Outpatient Therapy, Psychiatry, & More
Discover high desert healing for your mental, behavioral, and physical health concerns in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. At Thrive Reno, you’ll be enveloped by compassionate care with the down-to-earth nature that the Biggest Little City is known for.
Eating disorders can take different forms, including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, orthorexia, and avoidant-restrictive food intake disorder. Often, eating disorders are accompanied by other mental health struggles, including anxiety, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). At Thrive, you will receive comprehensive care that encompasses medical, mental, and behavioral health as well as general well-being support from our specialists.
Perinatal Mental Health
Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) are the most common complication of pregnancy and can interfere with parents’ ability to live life fully. Additionally, nursing can naturally be challenging for some birthing parents. We support new parents and their families by providing them with care that reinforces their overall wellness — because caregivers should be cared for too.
Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Mood disorders include different types of depression and bipolar disorders, while there is an array of anxiety disorders which range from generalized anxiety disorder to panic disorder. If you’re struggling to process your experiences and regulate your emotions, our therapists can help you heal your pain, develop healthy coping skills, and discover joy again.
Life Transitions | Grief and Loss
Life transitions and loss can be challenging, overwhelming, and even devastating. Our therapists will help you process your emotions, heal from your grief, and adapt to the shifts in your life in a healthy way.
During individual therapy, your therapist supports you in healing your past experiences and honing your personal strengths, so you can grow into the person you strive to be. Our providers are trained in many different therapy modalities, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP), psychodynamic psychotherapy, mindful self-compassion, interpersonal psychotherapy, wilderness therapy, cinema therapy, and positive psychotherapy.
Couples therapy can nurture healthy, loving relationships and heal deeply-rooted issues within struggling relationships. During sessions, couples discuss their relationship complications, improve their communication skills, and develop a deeper understanding of each other. As couples work with their therapist, they’ll heal their relationship and discover strategies to strengthen their bonds.
Family therapy analyzes behaviors and patterns within your family system, as well as the situation and experience of each family member. From there, your therapist implements a treatment plan to help your family meet its goals.
Group therapy can be integrated into a larger treatment program or used on its own to help foster a sense of community among members. The modality unites members who are experiencing similar obstacles and provides a cathartic experience as the individuals share and listen to each other's lived experiences.
Through the casual, open means of play, children can access and express their thoughts and emotions in their natural language of play. They may use play to communicate their experiences, cultivate solutions to problems, soothe any distress, and act out their fears or worries. Play therapy can bridge the communication gap between adults and children and while the intervention is most commonly used with children ages two to 12, all ages, from infants to elderly adults, can benefit from play therapy.
Psychiatry and Medication Management
During assessment or at any time during treatment, medication may be presented as an option to encourage your healing or help you better manage life with a mental or behavioral condition. Our psychiatrists can help you determine what you are most comfortable with and then monitor your medications while remaining in close communication with your therapist to make sure your treatment is as impactful as possible.
Treatment Modalities and Interventions
Thrive’s mental and behavioral health therapists and specialists are trained and experienced in a variety of treatment modalities and interventions such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), exposure and response therapy (ERT), emotion-focused family therapy (EFFT), and many more. Your provider will work hand-in-hand with you to determine the approaches that are most comfortable and effective for you.
Nutrition Support Services
In world filled with confusing and conflicting dietary information, it can be challenging to cut through the clutter and uncover what is actually essential and authentic when it comes to nutrition. With individualized nutritional support, you can discover how to fuel your body, mind, and soul in ways that are founded in facts and feel true to you.
Certain illnesses, injuries, and disabilities can limit an individual’s capacity to engage in everyday activities and live their life to the fullest. Occupational therapy helps individuals adapt to health limitations and perform daily activities that are essential and meaningful to them. At Thrive Reno, we offer outpatient occupational therapy for those struggling with avoidant restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) as well as those living with chronic pain.
Case Management for IEP/504 Plan Advocacy
Our educational wellness specialists can advocate to schools on your family’s behalf in order to secure what your child needs to succeed in treatment and in school. We offer support for the following:
IEP — A legal document for a K-12 child with a developmental delay or disability that they need special services for such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, or counseling.
504 Plans — Formal plans that schools develop to provide students who have physical or emotional impairments with the support they need. 504 plans include accommodations involving their class environment and curriculum presentation.
The first step is scheduling an assessment. During the assessment, the client (and family, if desired) will meet with our clinical team to discuss present conditions so an appropriate course of care can be curated. An individualized treatment plan will be recommended following the assessment and our team will work with you to coordinate and schedule your care.
During your first session, your therapist will ask you about your needs and goals for treatment. Most of the session will center around gathering more information about you, your current concerns, your history, and your desired outcomes. Towards the end of the first session, your therapist will share their recommendations about what they believe would be most effective for you, including types of therapy and how often you would benefit from therapy.
True to Thrive’s values, your provider may also recommend other services that would complement your treatment. They may refer you to other Thrive team members or potentially to other local health care professionals as appropriate.
At Thrive Wellness, our psychiatrists work closely with our clients, therapists, and clinicians to recommend, prescribe, and monitor medications as fit for each individual.
Virtual services are available when clinically warranted.
Many of Thrive’s individual providers are in-network with major insurance plans.Because there are many variables that can impact the costs of services, our staff will verify the network status and benefit level of your insurance carrier and plan. This allows you to be informed of any out-of-pocket costs you might incur while receiving services from Thrive.
If you have any additional questions or would like to seek support with Thrive Waco, please reach out to us.
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