October 2nd 2015

Get to Know: Anthony Meek

Case Manager Anthony Meek is one of those people that you’re bound to like immediately the very first time you meet him. His kind, cerebral personality is sure to put you at ease. Anthony is one of our newest members of staff and we hope that he’ll be with us for a long, long time […]

October 1st 2015

Lifetime Treatment

Today, Futures of Palm Beach celebrates its third anniversary and we have seen tremendous growth in multiple areas.  This year has been especially fruitful for the integration of our clinical and aftercare programs.  In January, 2015, we implemented the practice of Coining In® our clients, a stark contrast from the traditional coining out or graduation […]

September 25th 2015

DBT Decoded: Build Mastery

The myth about DBT is that it’s complicated. The reality is that the word “dialectical” sounds complicated, but it really just means that there are oppositional forces at play. In the realm of psychology, it basically means that we have opposite sides of the brain delivering thoughts – one side delivers emotional thoughts and the […]

September 23rd 2015

Get to Know: Kylie Pelton

As the youngest member of the Futures of Palm Beach clinical staff, Case Manager Kylie Pelton holds a unique advantage in connecting with younger clients assigned to her case load. While Kylie’s mature nature and experience assures that they’re being guided by a highly capable professional, her Millennial Generation affiliation infers insight about the availability […]

September 16th 2015

DBT Decoded: GIVE a little bit

A good practice in decoding Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is to look at a skillset with an understanding of where it falls within the four quadrants of practice. Here’s a quick recap of each division. Mindfulness skills are those that helps us focus on the present moment, observe our thoughts and realize that we have […]

September 11th 2015

What I’ve Learned: Matt Romano, Resident Assistant

At Futures of Palm Beach, Resident Assistants (RAs) play a significant role in delivering the type of service one would expect from an upscale addiction treatment center. In addition to helping clients acclimate to the residential facility and treatment program, RAs are also expected to be attentive to the needs and concerns of our clients. With […]

September 9th 2015

DBT Decoded: Willingness vs. Willfulness

Examining the DBT concept of Willingness versus Willfulness, we see how Dialectical Behavior Therapy once again presents us with a pair of opposite forces at play within the mind. Remember that the central concept of dialectical thinking is that we often hold opposing viewpoints simultaneously – and the presence of these thoughts holds potential for […]

September 1st 2015

Get to Know: Eric Biggs, Admissions Team Lead

Before a client walks through the front door of Futures for the first time, they or a family member has been in contact with at least one member of our Admissions department. Whoever they contact has the potential to leave a positive, perhaps indelible, impact – and help an individual take the steps required to initiate […]

August 26th 2015

An Owner’s Guide to the Wise Mind

How do we make a good decision when we’re conflicted; unsure of what’s really best for us? Sometimes we don’t have enough information, experience or insight to make the best choice. And sometimes, we freeze up – for fear of making the wrong choice – and we abstain from making a decision, which is a […]

August 20th 2015

DBT Decoded: Nonjudgmental Stance

Sometimes a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) mindfulness concept can sound so common, so ordinary, that you say, “Well of course that’s a good thing, so what’s the big deal?” It’s actually not a big deal, until one day it’s full significance hits you – you have an aha moment – and then it is a […]

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The Accreditation Process — CARF conducts an on-site survey to evaluate the business and service standards of a facility. Then a facility must submit a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) to address areas of improvement.

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