Treatment is holistic, individualized, and nurturing. Our integrated treatment programs prepare women and their families to move forward to a new, productive phase of their lives. Timberline Knolls' treatment philosophy is to help each woman take ownership of her own lifelong recovery journey by addressing the unique realities of her disease and by learning to respond to emotional adversity with healthy thoughts and actions. We champion the life inside of every resident -- in her strengths and weaknesses, with her skills and deficits, and ultimately in the power of her recovery from disease.
Every woman at Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center follows a treatment plan developed just for her. A woman's treatment team considers all the available knowledge about her history. They consider her relationships with her friends and family, as well as her desires and wishes for the future. Together, the resident and the treatment team design an individualized therapeutic program to help the resident help herself. This collaborative process gives residents a sense of investment, empowerment and ownership of her recovery process. We use a variety of holistic and empirically-based treatment techniques, including expressive therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), family therapy, individual therapy sessions, 12-step programs, trauma awareness and recovery groups, dietary support and consultation, educational services, and 24/7 medical care.
As Timberline Knolls is a holistic treatment center, we offer a wide array of experiential treatment options to treat the whole woman - mind, body, and spirit. These may include:
- Art therapy in a historical art studio that supports painting, sculpture and other medias
- Equine therapy (equine assisted psychotherapy)
- Pet therapy (animal assisted psychotherapy)
- Dance/movement therapy
- Empowerment group (experiential trauma recovery)
- Self-defense in our on-site fitness facility
- Outdoor recreation such as volleyball, basketball, soccer, badminton or gardening on our 43 acre campus
- A.A. and N.A. meetings