All Kinds of News for June 10, 2020
Like many residential programs, Fulshear Treatment to Transition recently had to cancel their quarterly family program due to Covid-19. Generally, families in the program are invited out quarterly to participate in a two day workshop, where clients and families choose from a total of 32 offered groups. Because of travel restrictions and safety measures, a new plan was formulated.
Although nothing can replace the connection that Fulshear feels with its families and the work that is accomplished through their family program and in-person family sessions, Fulshear knew that the program had to provide families with something that would help them continue to move forward in the program. To that end, the idea of FulshearCast was born! FulshearCast is Fulshear’s very own podcast series found on SoundCloud.
For this family program, the clinical department took on the challenge to create 15 different podcasts, including Fulshear’s very own Integrated Adult Attachment model, plus recovery, trauma and adoption and other relevant discussions. The benefit of this modality is that it allows all families an opportunity to learn and then apply this information from the comfort of their own home, on their way to work, or while exercising.
FulshearCast isn’t just a format for family program, but something that Fulshear clinical and education departments will continue to build into a larger library of topics. The stated goal is to assist young adult women and their families in overcoming obstacles related to mental health, addictions and life transitions. Join the Fulshear clinical department on FushearCast at https://soundcloud.com/fulsheartransition.
About Fulshear Treatment to Transition
Fulshear Treatment to Transition, founded in 2003 and accredited by the Joint Commission, is located right outside of Houston in Needville, TX and Stafford, TX. Fulshear works with young women ages 18-24 struggling with mental health issues along with accompanying co-occurring disorders, and is known for its development of the Fulshear Adult Attachment Model.