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Thrive is an intensive outpatient treatment program that uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based interventions. It helps people diagnosed with cancer and co-occurring mental health concerns. Clients learn to increase functioning, foster well-being and improve quality of life while enhancing relationships with providers and compliance with treatment routines.
Each day incorporates one session of cognitive-behavioral skills training, one session of self-monitoring and behavioral activation, and one session of therapy and problem-solving to generalize skills and improve functioning.
Individual therapy at MHS or with another therapist is a required component of the program, as is regular care coordination with medical, mental health, and other care providers. Our teams work effectively with all providers to establish the highest quality services and care coordination.
To schedule an intake call 952-835-2002. For questions or additional information call Amy at 952-460-9035 or visit www.mhs-dbt.com
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