Group and Specialty Services
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The Heartwood Program provides, on an open enrollment basis, a variety of groups ranging from Process to general Support for middle and high school-aged students who would benefit from group therapy. This level of care, delivered weekday afternoons after school, provides a supportive and open environment for teens that fosters interpersonal growth.
The Heartwood Program is offering an open process group for young adults ages 20-30 who would benefit from weekly group therapy focused on examining unsatisfactory life patterns, forming healthier relationships, improving communication, becoming independent adults, and enhancing their social skills.
The Heartwood Program offers a variety of educational services to best fit the individual needs of each client. Our in-house specialists offer a wide range services that include college counseling, study groups, and tutoring opportunities.
The Heartwood Program offers services geared towards helping individuals thrive as they enter the workforce. Our vocational specialist works with teenagers and young adults to provide them with the tools needed to be successful at their job.
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The Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections (PANDAS) and Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS) Program at the Heartwood Program is dedicated to providing consultation services to children, adolescents, families, and clinicians to provide clarity and direction on the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of PANDAS/PANS.
Our multidisciplinary team of professionals, led by Dr. Susan Swedo, the founder of and worldwide expert on the topic of PANDAS and PANS, brings together a broad range of skills, knowledge, and sensitivity to provide evaluations, diagnostic clarity, and treatment recommendations for children and adolescents up to age 18. At the end of the visit, our team discusses the results of the evaluation with the patient and their family. The team then communicates the recommendations to the primary treating providers and remains available for ongoing consultation and guidance.