• Our Mission

    Dedicated in strengthening our community one family at a time. Offering adolescents, young adults, and families a safe, therapeutic, and supportive environment to learn, grow, and make positive changes. Providing support to community mental health and emphasizing the importance of how it takes a community to raise a child.

    Be The Change.

  • Accreditation

    We strive for results.

    The Gold Seal of Approval by The Joint Commission

    for Change Therapy Center, LLC

    “By achieving this certification, we have demonstrated our commitment to quality and safety consistent with The Joint Commission’s national, consensus-based standards of care. It is a mark of distinction that shows we are operating within an established framework to better meet the needs of the people we serve."

  • What We Do

    We are here for you and your family.

    Intensive Out-Patient (IOP)

    Tailoring therapy to meet patient's precise needs.

    Adolescents and young adults; ages 12-23. Upon admission, each patient will go through an extensive intake assessment and past history with a licensed/ masters prepared mental health clinician. The patient will receive a standardized diagnostic personality test (MMPI(A)) to determine specific target areas, develop an individualized treatment plan, and help in the therapeutic assessment process.

     

    Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

    Offering expansive treatment methods.

    Using an evidenced-based approach, we educate adolescents, young adults, and their families’, skills to address self-destructive, maladaptive behaviors. We offer a 10-12 week program where patients and their families will focus on behavioral skills including: mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and the middle path. Other treatment modalities incorporated include; 12-step model, hands on activities, specialty groups, and experiential therapies such as art and yoga.

    Interactive Group Therapy

    Providing specialized group therapy.

    Both patients and their families benefit from a group approach and positive social support. Parents also participate in varied groups, which have been developed to provide parent education and coaching, skills training, and parental support. Each parent works on gaining an understanding and acceptance of their own family dynamics. Our clinicians are dedicated to working with families and the patient to promote change.

    • DBT Skills Groups
    • Process Groups
    • Multi-family Groups
    • Relationship Groups
    • Anger Management
    • Body Image Groups
    • Experiential Groups
    • Cognitive Behavioral
    • Psychoeducation
    • Trauma Groups
    • Dual Diagnosis
    • Relapse Prevention
    • Weekend Planning
  • Admission

    Learn more about our program.

    What to Expect

    Upon admission, the patient will be evaluated and placed in one, or more (based on highest level of severity first), of our treatment paths. This allows us to comprehensively address patients with dual disorders and accommodate their care based on their present needs. Parent/guardian and family involvement are requirements for admission.  

    Testimonials

    "We've had a great experience at Change Therapy. You've all been very supportive in and outside the group. We appreciate all the help you've given our child and us!" - Anonymous Parents of Patient

     

    "Thank you guys for all the help and support. It made a difference." - Anonymous Patient

    IOP Program Schedule

    Monday; 5p-8p: Multi-Family Night (parents/guardian with their adolescent/young adults)

    Tuesday; 5p-8p: Peer Night (adolescents/young adults only)

    Wednesday: Closed

    Thursday: Closed

    Friday; 5p-8p: Peer Night (adolescents/young adults only)

    Saturday, Sunday: Closed

  • Contact Us

    Let us help.

    954 Eastport Centre Dr, Suite B
    Valparaiso, Indiana 46383
    Monday-Friday | 9am-8pm CST
    Saturday, Sunday | Closed
    (o): 219.286.6482 (f): 219.286.7367
  • Who We Are

    We are people who care.

    Mona

    Chief Snuggle Officer

    Mona has been helping since she joined the staff as an official member of CTC. She improves communication among group therapy sessions. She is also a pretty great listener for solo interactions too!