Advertisers are offering a level of transparency (on the website) that customers and referring professionals will hold them to, not every treatment provider is interested in being compared side-by-side with its competition.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) March 01, 2016
All Kinds of Therapy (allkindsoftherapy.com), the first independent comprehensive online directory, celebrates our first year of operation. In one year, the website has added 100 partners, a monthly newsletter, contracted and with the University of Utah Kem Gardner Center, begun the first economic impact study for the state of Utah for the private pay treatment and wilderness therapy treatment industry.
The 100 partners to the website include a full range of interventions from treatment and support in the home to out-of-home treatments for families with troubled teens and young adults who are in varying levels of crisis. Additional partners to the website are Therapeutic Experts. These include professionals who have different expertise, the people who usher families through the process, like interventionists, education consultants who make therapeutic placement recommendations, and transport companies who provide safe passage from home to a treatment setting are listed on the site and call out what they specialize. These program and individual partners represent the treatment field’s best practices interventions, therapeutic assessment and treatment, family and academic support; each of their accounts on AllKindsofTherapy.com provide extensive information about their success, by describing the facilities, models, staffing and ratios, schedules and more, to families in urgent need for details.
A family in crisis is struggling to parse out the facts about a program because they are desperate to save their child’s life. The differences between residential treatment centers (including therapeutic boarding schools), dual diagnosis treatment centers, substance abuse treatment programs, and wilderness therapy treatment and how the length of stay or student-to-therapist ratio plays into the type of treatment or level of clinical oversight. Therapeutic Experts are professionals who have different expertise, the people who usher families through the process, like interventionists, education consultants who make therapeutic placement recommendations, and transport companies who provide safe passage from home to a treatment setting are listed on the site and call out what they specialize.
“When a partner program or professional signs on with All Kinds of Therapy, they are offering a level of transparency that customers and referring professionals will hold them to,” said Wilder, “not every treatment provider is interested in being compared side-by-side with its competition.”
Along with the growing partnerships, the All Kinds of News monthly newsletter launched in November and has an average of 20 announcements per issue about professional presentations for the industry, new providers and professional collaborations, updates to programming, job listings and everything else in between.
This spring the website will be sharing the first economic impact to the state of Utah for private treatment programs. The survey was created and executed through the Kem Gardner Policy Institute at the University of Utah. The National Association of Therapeutic Schools and Programs (NATSAP) was a partner for the study. The study also included many programs that are not members of NATSAP. There are 48 different treatment centers that have answered the study at this point. “This is an exciting time to find out the true economic impact that private pay treatment brings into Utah. “The study’s analysis will provide real data to Utah’s legislature and provide invaluable insight to other regions that have hubs of treatment providers, because Utah hosts 40% of this industry,” stated Wilder.
About All Kinds of Therapy
All Kinds of Therapy is located in downtown Salt Lake City, UT. It is surrounded by cutting edge private pay, behavioral health and substance abuse treatment programs for troubled teens and young adults. The website provides the only independent, comprehensive online directory available with the ability to search and compare the vast options available to families in search of residential treatment options like Wilderness Therapy programs, psychiatric assessment and treatment facilities, and Therapeutic Experts. All Kinds of Therapy will donate 1% of its net income to nonprofits that they believe encompass all types of education, all types of learning, and all types of therapy.