Because no two families are alike, Lifeline’s therapists are trained in a variety of treatment modalities to help tailor-fit a treatment specific to your needs.
Here are some examples of the modalities used at Lifeline.
- Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®)
Therapeutic model that is attachment-based and trauma-informed, designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children. It is used in orphanages, courts, residential treatment facilities, group homes, foster and adoptive homes, churches, and schools.
- Filial Therapy
- Corrective Attachment Therapy
- PREPARE/ENRICH Assessment
A dyadic child and family therapy developed more than 50 years ago that focuses on structure, engagement, nurture, and challenge within a parent-child relationship.
- Marshak Interaction Method
Structured technique used to observe and assess the overall quality and nature of the relationship between caregiver and child.
- Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP)
Psychotherapeutic treatment method for families with children who have been adopted or fostered and have experienced neglect and abuse in their birth families and suffer from significant developmental trauma.
- Play Therapy
Structured, theoretically-based approach to therapy that builds on normal communicative and learning processes of children, using play to help children express their troubles.
- Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)
Psychotherapy treatment designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories.
- Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Evidence-based treatment for children impacted by trauma, especially sensitive to the unique challenges of post-traumatic stress disorder and mood disorders resulting from abuse, violence, or grief.
- Safe and Sound Protocol
Auditory intervention designed to reduce stress and auditory sensitivity while enhancing social engagement and resilience.