Treatment Modalities

Our team of clinicians and mental health experts specialize in the leading evidence-based and holistic areas of care to hyper-personalize your care plan.

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Art & Music Therapy

Uses artistic mediums to help people express themselves non-verbally.

Attachment Based Family Therapy

Helps families resolve conflict, improve communication, and more.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT)

Helps teens and young adults combat negative self-talk and boost self-esteem.

Dance & Movement Therapy

Uses movement and dance as a way to access, understand, and change emotions.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills

Focuses on teaching individuals how to effectively manage their emotions.

Drama Therapy

Uses theater and play to help people resolve conflicts and process traumatic events.

Experiential Therapy

Teaches interactive activities that help people explore their thoughts, feelings, and emotions.

Exposure Therapy

Exposure therapy is a form of therapy that helps individuals overcome their fears and anxieties.

Family Support Groups

Supplemental spaces for loved ones of someone struggling with their mental health.

Motivational Interviewing

Helps people identify and shift their negative feelings and thoughts through structured interviews.

Relational Therapy

Relational therapy focuses on the connections and interactions between individuals in their relationships.

Yoga, Mindfulness, and Meditation

Incorporates physical and mental wellness practices to improve overall mental health.

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Dr. Caroline Fenkel, DSW, LCSW

Chief Clinical Officer & Co-Founder

“Our clinical program is reimagining the delivery of evidence-based, trauma-informed mental health treatment.

We’re able to provide young people and families with an appropriate level of care for their needs, dramatically reducing rates of emergency room visits and admissions to inpatient care facilities.”

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FAQs for Treatment Modalities

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How do I know if IOP is an appropriate treatment for me or my loved one?

Our primary program offering—virtual intensive outpatient care (IOP)—is an appropriate level of care for teens and young adults who need more than weekly therapeutic support. Many of our clients have either recently discharged from a higher level of care (i.e. a residential treatment facility or emergency department admission) or are seeking more support than traditional weekly talk therapy.

Can I use my insurance for Charlie Health services?

We accept major insurance providers and Medicaid. Your financial circumstances should never be a barrier to receiving care.

Is virtual mental healthcare effective?

Absolutely! We’ve found that creating a virtual program results in a more customized experience, along with higher rates of attendance and family participation. Our attendance rate is over 80%, well above the industry average for similar programs.

What if I am taking medications or need to meet with a psychiatrist?

Psychiatrists are available as needed for medication management, dependent on which state you are located in, via an affiliated medical provider. Psychiatry services are provided by psychiatrists and other clinicians employed by independently owned and operated professional practices and not by Charlie Health, Inc. or its subsidiaries.

I am a provider looking to learn more about Charlie Health. How should I get in touch?

We are eager to connect and share our program with other providers and potential partners. Our outreach teams across the country are committed to connecting their communities with accessible, evidence-based, and compassionate mental healthcare. To get in touch, learn more, or make a referral, please visit our general referral page.

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