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Treatment Models

At Crittenton, we’re dedicated to offering cutting-edge therapies that go beyond traditional approaches to healing and empowerment. We believe in staying at the forefront of mental health and well-being practices to ensure lasting and positive results for our clients.

Our Commitment to Evidence-Based Therapies

When we say “evidence-based,” we mean therapies that have not only been rigorously tested but have also proven their effectiveness. We don’t just follow trends; we rely on science and research to guide our treatment models.

Our Updated Treatment Models

Here’s a glimpse into our updated treatment models, designed to provide the best care and support:

Attachment, Self-Regulation, & Competency Framework

This innovative framework is a promising practice that adapts to address complex trauma in individuals and their support systems. We understand that each person’s journey is unique, and our approach reflects this flexibility.

Trauma Recovery & Empowerment Model

This evidence-based, group-based intervention is dedicated to facilitating trauma recovery for women who have faced sexual/physical abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, and substance abuse. We’re here to help survivors regain their strength and confidence.

Motivational Interviewing

This counseling approach employs helps individuals resolve their feelings and find the motivation to make positive changes in their lives. Whether it’s addiction or managing health issues, we’re here to support your journey.


Nurturing Parenting Programs

These trauma-informed, family-based programs are designed not only to treat but also to prevent child abuse and neglect. We teach nurturing skills that promote positive family dynamics and lasting bonds.

Seeking Safety

We’re proud to offer the Seeking Safety therapeutic model, specifically tailored for women dually diagnosed with PTSD and Substance Use Disorder. Seeking Safety is an evidence-based counseling model designed to help individuals find safety from trauma and substance abuse.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

 Our approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, a well-established intervention that focuses on improving mental health. CBT helps individuals challenge and change unhelpful thought patterns, improve emotional regulation, and develop effective coping strategies for addressing current problems.