Survivor treatment plans are individualized based on their needs.
Triple T Haven is a place to…
Participants explore ways to find safety and ultimately themselves through our offered therapeutic modalities, which include Equine Therapy, EMDR, Art Therapy, Mindfulness and DBT, Diagnostic assessment and Pharmacological management.
The natural environment at Triple T Haven combined with the therapies available allow clients to have the experience of safe connections which create external and internal memories of safety and calm. Significant healing can occur when the environment and relationships are all safe.
Participants can experience a decrease in isolation, loneliness and develop a sense of belonging.
Survivors will have opportunities to develop stronger feelings of self compassion and to realize their dreams and goals.
In addition to Equine-based EAGALA , other therapeutic modalities are:
EMDR – Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapeutic approach guided by the adaptive information processing (AIP) model. The AIP model asserts that traumatic memories are stored in a way that prevents individuals from accessing coping skills, which are based on other memories the person has stored. Reprocessing allows people to unfreeze their traumatic memories and then all memories can be combined. Both sides of the brain are stimulated in order for reprocessing to occur. The AIP model focuses on memories the client decides to work on. This is theoretically similar to the EAGALA model and basic humanistic therapy, which both hold that it is important to follow the client’s lead.
Art Therapy – Art therapy incorporates the creative process of making art to improve a person’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Mindfulness and DBT – Dialectic Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a cognitive behavioral treatment where people learn and use new skills and strategies. This may include mindfulness, distress tolerance and interpersonal effectiveness.
Diagnostic Assessment and Pharmacological Management – Survivors will receive and individual psychological assessment. Medication management is available if needed.