The Healing Process
We aim to assist our families with developing the skills necessary to create healthy and rewarding relationships. To ensure our families receive consistent and effective treatment we incorporate the Core Practice Model (CPM), Five Protective Factors Model and include their Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Score which helps better inform our clinical treatment. We believe these models embody the treatment values of Wings of The Future and is the key to positive long-term results for our families.
Families learn how to minimize attachment trauma or heal trauma as well as effectively cope with grief and loss, mental illness or other family stress. Families also learn to set and maintain healthy boundaries, grow and develop inter-personally and psychologically through the therapeutic process. In Individual, couples, and group psychotherapy, participates come to appreciate the uniqueness of their families and discover new ways to develop their family’s full potential. We have seen individuals and families make progress such as have their children returned, DCFS cases closed, or receive more time with their children including 50/50 custody.