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Moonview Sanctuary Releases First Case Study of Client Treated Using Unique Moonview Model
Date:5/29/2008

Model, 10 therapists are selected from a roster of more than 70 treatment professionals, representing over 25 different modalities, to create a team wholly engaged in treating one individual. The program begins with a comprehensive assessment from multiple therapeutic perspectives to develop a positively-framed treatment plan that is not based solely on DSM-IV categories. During the treatments, the client experiences three to five individual therapies daily. A team leader oversees the continuity of each successive treatment and relays relevant information about each session to the next practitioner.

"This approach was established for a number of reasons," said Moonview Sanctuary Clinical Director Dr. Stephen I. Sideroff. "First, we believe that multiple perspectives result in a more thorough assessment and allow us to understand the patient in all his or her dimensions. Further, the approach allows the patient to feel fully understood, in turn creating a sense of safety and trust that facilitates the process going much deeper than would otherwise be possible."

The study authors state that the Moonview Model is designed to be ultimately flexible and adaptive. Each modality is carefully selected to address the specific needs of the individual client and the sequence of treatments is deliberate, designed to maximize the inherent benefits of approach. The effectiveness of the individualized treatment plan is evaluated daily in team consultation and continually adjusted to match the client's progress or creatively overcome resistance or emotional blocks.

"The true power of this approach is its responsiveness to the client's therapeutic breakthroughs," stated Moonview Sanctuary Medical Director Dr. Terry Eagan. "By integrating the approaches of many different therapists and changing treatments in response to progress, the client benefits from the synergistic effects of each modality and achieves much greater results. The Moonview Model is one of the m
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