Newport Institute offers 2 residential homes for females and 1 residential home for males (ages 18-27) in Southern California.
About Newport Institute, Southern California
The Newport Institute offers gender-specific treatment for young adults ages 18 to 27 who struggle with mental health issues like depression and PTSD and co-occurring disorders including addiction and eating disorders. Each resident’s treatment plan includes clinical, experiential, vocational, and educational dimensions, for long-lasting effectiveness. The Newport Institute provides individual and group therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), nutrition education, body image group, and Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT). Founder Jamison Monroe created Newport Institute to help specifically young adults have fulfilling, happy lives as they are the generation with the most dramatic rise in mental health issues in the United States.
Both the youth male and female programs are located in Southern California, with two residential homes for females and one for males. Aside from their evidence-based approaches, Newport Institute also incorporates some experiential practices into their patient’s schedules. These include yoga, equine-assisted therapy, cooking classes, and martial arts. They strive to provide a well-rounded program, so they also have life skills programs, like career counseling, and spiritual programs, like mindfulness.
Who We Treat
Men and Women
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
What We Treat
Follow-up Sessions (online)
Healthy Meals are provided
Young Adults Program
Access to Nature
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