Experiential therapy: More than just fun and games

Experiential therapy has grown in popularity over the years and research suggests a variety of positive benefits, particularly in relation to those experiencing substance use and mental health disorders. However, experiential therapy doesn’t lend itself to measurable qualities as easily as other treatment options. For that reason, many still see these modalities as flashy, unscientific, … Continued

Home is where your story begins

On a quiet October afternoon, Rosecrance Marlowe House taught life skills to teenagers in subtle ways. Girls chatted with staff about school in the kitchen while snacking on fruit. Laughter emitted from two girls in the living room listening to stand-up comedy on a digital music player. One girl wrote in a journal and another shared the dining room table using … Continued

Rosecrance’s Reach FY2011 Annual Report Edition published

Download a PDF version of the complete issue here (20 mb). Read this edition’s cover story “Rosecrance embraces behavioral health” here. Read Rosecrance President/CEO’s Phil Eaton’s column on behavioral health “Rosecrance embraces behavioral health” here. Rosecrance’s Reach FY2011 Annual Report Edition has published this week. Interested in receiving Reach in the mail? Click here. About … Continued

Rosecrance CEO: Respect roots, embrace future

Rosecrance leads the way in behavioral health Note: This article appears in the FY2011 Annual Report edition of Reach, which publishes later this week. Download a PDF version of this article by clicking here (1 mb). We measure everything we do against the yardstick of Rosecrance’s almost-100 year history. Not that we’re opposed to change … Continued