Our Clinical Approach to Mental Health Treatment

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Comprehensive and Personalized Mental Health Treatment

At Corner Canyon Health Centers, our highly skilled clinicians utilize a wide range of empirically researched treatment modalities to address our clients’ mental health concerns. Our comprehensive assessment process is designed to identify the underlying causes of the client’s condition, providing a solid foundation for the development of an individualized treatment plan. This may include evidence-based therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety and depression, attachment therapy for core wounds pertaining to abandonment, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) for borderline personality disorder, and EMDR or Accelerated Resolution therapy for complex trauma and PTSD. We recognize that every client is unique and may require a personalized approach to treatment. Our clinicians take a holistic approach, addressing all aspects of mind, body, and spirit, while creating a safe and supportive environment. Our tailored treatment plans may include experiential therapies such as equine therapy, recreational therapy, and mindfulness-based practices. We also focus on developing coping skills and addressing any co-occurring disorders, ensuring our clients have the tools necessary to achieve long-lasting positive change.

Trauma focused treatment

Trauma-focused treatment is a specialized approach that targets trauma-related symptoms resulting from past traumatic experiences. At Corner Canyon Health Centers, we recognize the impact that trauma can have on an individual’s mental and emotional wellbeing, and our skilled clinicians are equipped with evidence-based tools and techniques to address these issues. Our trauma-focused treatment options may include individual therapy, group therapy, or a combination of both, with the utilization of empirically validated therapies such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) or Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART). We also offer complementary interventions such as mindfulness practices, music therapy, and other experiential therapies to promote relaxation, self-expression, and emotional regulation. Our safe and supportive environment allows individuals to explore and process their trauma in a compassionate and non-judgmental setting, tailored to meet their unique needs.

Evidence Based Treatment Modalities

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EDMR

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a proven therapeutic approach that helps individuals process past traumas and distressing experiences to promote healing and emotional well-being.

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Family Therapy

Family Therapy enhances communication, resolves conflicts, and nurtures understanding among family members through guided sessions.

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Accelerated REsolution Therapy

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is an innovative therapeutic technique designed to quickly and effectively address trauma, anxiety, and other emotional challenges by utilizing a combination of relaxation techniques, eye movements, and imagery.

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Cognitive Processing Therapy

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) reframes traumatic events by addressing distorted thoughts through collaborative sessions, aiming to reduce distress and foster healthier perspectives.

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Equine Therapy

Equine Therapy utilizes horses to facilitate emotional growth and self-awareness through interactions and activities, fostering valuable life skills and enhancing communication in a calming and empowering environment.

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Internal Family Systems

Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy identifies and harmonizes an individual’s inner thoughts and emotions, fostering self-awareness and psychological healing.

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Recreational Therapy

Recreational Therapy employs leisure activities and creative experiences to enhance individuals’ physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Through tailored interventions, individuals engage in enjoyable pursuits that promote healing, stress reduction, and improved overall quality of life

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a goal-oriented therapeutic approach that helps individuals change negative patterns of thinking and behavior. By identifying and challenging these patterns, CBT fosters healthier thought processes and more adaptive behaviors.

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Brainspotting

Brainspotting is a newer therapy based on EMDR, and is used to identify trauma trapped in the subcortical brain, the area of the brain responsible for motion, consciousness, emotions, and learning. One of the reported benefits of Brainspotting therapy over EMDR is that an individual does not need to “relive” or re- experience the trauma in order to release it from the body, because processing occurs mostly in the deeper parts of the brain. Healing may happen with less talking than in traditional therapy. It’s not unusual for clients to experience relief of symptoms, as well a profound sense of wholeness and well-being and deep insights after brainspotting.

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DBT

Dialectical Behavior Therapy is an evidence-based psychotherapy that was developed to treat personality disorders and interpersonal conflicts. Evidence indicates that DBT can be useful in treating mood disorders and suicidal ideation, as well as for changing behavioral patterns such as self-harm and substance use. Corner Canyon Health Centers considers DBT one of the foundations of basic effective treatment, and our personnel are trained and supported in using these skills.

GETTING THE HELP YOU NEED AT CORNER CANYON

We do not accept Medicare or Medicaid.

We are a private pay program, and are out of network with most insurance companies, however we are in network with Tricare. We do have success securing single case agreements with many companies, however, the rate of payment on those varies with the insurance company and we cannot guarantee what they might pay. We will run a Verification of Benefits (VOB) when we receive your insurance information so you have a general idea of what your insurance policy may reimburse, however, that is an estimate based on what all people insured by your company have received from your insurance, not a guarantee of what they will pay in your case.

On average, Corner Canyon’s clients receive a portion of insurance reimbursement 85-90% of the time, but the amount varies from minimal repayment to full reimbursement. We have a team of insurance advocates who are invested in helping families secure as much reimbursement as possible.

Fill out our Online Application here or call us at 877-226-0317 and you will receive a return call, text, or email quickly, depending on what you specify. We want you to have the best experience possible with us from start to finish, and responsive communication is part of that.

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Liz Lund, MPA

Liz is originally from lush green Washington State. She is a life enthusiast and a huge fan of people. Liz has always loved learning why people are the way they are. She moved to UT in 2013 and completed her bachelors degree in Psychology in 2016. After college Liz worked at a residential treatment center and found that she was not only passionate about people, but also administration. Liz is recently finished her MPA in April 2022. Liz loves serving people and is excited and looking forward to learning about; and from our clients here at Corner Canyon.
When Liz is not busy working she love being outdoors, eating ice cream, taking naps, and spending time with her precious baby girl and sweet husband.