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Treatment & Services

How do people get referred to the KeyStone Center ECU?

Individuals or therapists interested in the program are encouraged to contact the unit and speak to our staff.

Referrals come from:

  • Therapists
  • Physicians
  • Professional Licensing Agencies
  • Unions
  • Employee Assistance Programs
  • Primary Care Treatment Centers
  • Self-referrals
  • Internet
  • Alumni

The program begins with a multi-disciplinary assessment, which includes:

  1. Drug and alcohol use
  2. Family systems
  3. Legal history and concerns
  4. Psychiatric needs
  5. Psychosexual functioning
  6. Sexual compulsivity and addictive behaviors
  7. Social relationships
  8. Spirituality
  9. Trauma history

The Extended Care Unit is a milieu or context based program that focuses upon healthy relationships as a path to intimacy and healing. Much of the therapeutic work occurs in the context of group.

  • Addiction and Trauma
  • Grief and Loss
  • Here and Now
  • Offending Behaviors
  • Psychodrama
  • Psycho-education and Core Labs
  • Spirituality
  • Stress and Anger Management
  • Therapeutic Art
  • Career Impact Counseling
  • Couples Counseling
  • Family Education and Therapy
  • Individual Counseling
  • Medical Evaluation
  • Psychiatric Care
  • Psychological Assessment and Testing
  • Sexual Health Assessment
  • Twelve-Step Participation
  • Individuals who re-enact their physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse in sexually compulsive behaviors
  • Persons who have relapsed after treatment, established recovery or who are unable to respond to treatment on an outpatient basis
  • Co-addicted or love addicted persons
  • Individuals with high risk and/or illegal sexual acting out behaviors that threaten themselves and others
  • Individuals who re-enact their physical, sexual and/or emotional abuse in sexually compulsive behaviors
  • Persons who have relapsed after treatment, established recovery or who are unable to respond to treatment on an outpatient basis
  • Co-addicted or love addicted persons
  • Individuals with high risk and/or illegal sexual acting out behaviors that threaten themselves and others
  • General population
  • Physicians, Dentists, Pharmacist, Nurses, and other Health Care Providers
  • Attorneys, Judges, Police Officers, and Firefighters
  • Pilots and Airline Personnel
  • Executives
  • Clergy

The KeyStone Center Extended Care Unit is a competency-based program that utilizes patients’ strengths in order to promote recovery from sexually compulsive behavior and trauma. Our staff consists of a multidisciplinary team who incorporates the twelve-steps, a family systems perspective, education, and a trauma-based focus.

Our program at the KeyStone treatment center is group focused. Our schedule consists of a variety of different types of group psychotherapy as well as individual psychotherapy and psychiatric consultation. Two co-therapists who work together to foster a safe environment for healing facilitate the majority of our groups.