Holistic & Traditional Behavioral Healthcare
Specializing in counseling for individuals, adolescents, children, couples and families
We are one of only a handful of centers nationally that has the comprehensive continuum of care from medicine, psychotherapy and mind‑body interventions
Our Unique Approach
Where the Art of Being Well Meets the Science of Wellbeing
Integrated Care Concepts and Consultation is a dynamic behavioral health practice that uses innovative treatment concepts to provide integrated care solutions for individuals, families, professionals, agencies, and communities.
Integrated Care Concepts and Consultation embraces the total body healing modalities found in both Western and Eastern philosophies. We believe that healing oneself is a partnership with one’s mind through traditional psychotherapy and with one’s body. Our team of therapists are trained, certified and experienced in the most sensitive fields of care that affect us as individuals, couples, families, children, teenagers and adults.
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Mind & Body Studio
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iREST® YOGA NIDRA
Based on the ancient teachings of meditation, iRest® is an evidence–based transformative practice that leads to psychological, physical, and spiritual healing and well–being. Its practice is integrative as it heals the various unresolved issues and traumas that are present in your body and mind, and restorative as it enables you to recognize your innate peace of mind that is always present amidst all changing circumstances of life.
LifeForce Yoga® is intentionally designed to work with and manage the mood. The practices support students in self–regulation and many of the yoga techniques can be done in a chair, in bed, and do not require a yoga mat. LifeForce Yoga interweaves the power of an ancient discipline with current scientific findings to help you release what’s no longer serving you—without a story attached!
Integrated At Work
Customized Corporate Mindfulness and Wellness Programs
Integrated at Work offers on–site mindfulness training that’s designed to reduce workplace stress & distraction, increase individual productivity and improve team dynamics.
Enhanced Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Services
Enrollment Is Now Open
In order to move beyond trauma and depression, a survivor must remember that her life has a purpose apart from suffering. The Enhanced DBT program at Integrated AfterCare is designed to honor the totality of the survivor – not just her pain, but also her joy, wisdom, and strength. The program is founded on compassionate, evidence–based care, combining traditional DBT techniques with clinical yoga and meditation practices.
Adolescent & Teen DBT Skills Group
Enrollment Now Open
The adolescent dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) program at Integrated AfterCare is designed to help teenagers and their families effectively cope with difficult emotions and behaviors. The program is founded on compassionate, evidence-based care,combining traditional DBT techniques with clinical yoga and meditation practices. We also offer weekly parent groups to help families in implementing skills to best support struggling teens. The adolescent DBT program addresses emotional and behavioral dysregulation in the context of five skills modules that target:
• Confusion about self • Impulsivity • Emotional instability
• Interpersonal problems • Parent-teen problems
Working with Larry is like having a seasoned Sherpa along as I wander through wild meadows of memories, switchback foothills steep with feelings and explore my deepest valleys. What I'm discovering with his gentle guidance is my clear path up, ascending ever closer to my authentic self, where the view is unclouded and restorative.
40 year old mother of 2
I was lost before I came here and now I am starting to find myself
I wouldn’t hesitate to refer anyone to this place.
Just coming here I feel more peaceful.
Mark, 22 years old
I’d never done yoga before visiting ICCC. I’m not especially flexible or “New Age,” but I’ve found the movements and the breathing techniques to be very calming. You go at your own pace, even if that pace is desperately slow! Just practicing the basics has helped me relieve stress, anger, and a tendency to get “lost in thought.” My mind is quieter now. I’m also a lot less distracted.
Alex, 40 year old male