Individual and Family Therapy

One of the Flight program’s therapists can work with youth, young adults, and families on a variety of issues that include, but are not limited to:

·   Trauma
·   Anger
·   Self-Harm
·   Adoption/ foster care
·   AODA
·   Attachment
·   Unhealthy relationships
·   Depression
·   Anxiety
·   Suicidal Ideation
·   LGBTQ issues
·   Strained family communication and relationships
·   Extreme emotions

They can also teach:

·      New coping skills
·      Distress tolerance
·      Anger management
·      Emotional regulation
·      Interpersonal effectiveness
·      Mindfulness
·      Maintaining healthy relationships
·      Personal responsibility
·      Healthy communication
·      Restorative justice principles and tools

Our therapeutic approaches include, but are not limited to:

·      Somatic Trauma Therapy
·      Strengths-Based Approaches
·      Restorative Justice principles
·      Movement Therapy
·      Guided Imagery
·      Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT)
·      Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
·      Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
·      Experiential based learning and treatment

The Flight program’s therapy services can take place in our office, the client’s home, or offsite at a location decided by both the therapist and participant.

To make a referral or have general questions about the Flight program, please call FLYY’s Clinical Director, Jordan Rozeske at 608-512-6109 or email her at jordan@flyy.org.