"I recently attended the “Finding You” Intensive Workshop at Evoke Therapy Programs, and could not be more pleased with my experience. In a welcoming, safe, and confidential environment, I was able to disconnect from the demands of my everyday life, and focus on me. With the help of Evoke’s top-notch therapists and staff, I explored my relationship dynamics and was able to identify what works and what doesn’t. I came away with some amazing tools to better my communication with those in my life, and create realistic strategies to reach specific personal goals. I don’t know anyone who couldn’t benefit from this experience. And, the accommodations were stellar, the food was healthy and yummy, and I connected with other amazing individuals who will be friends for life. Thank you, Evoke, for providing such an life-changing program!" -Kristen Johnson
Intensives for Individuals, Parents & Families
Evoke Therapy Programs understands the necessity of supporting the entire family and offers programs for individuals, parents, couples and families. In all our intensives, participants will come to understand themselves and their relationships better, providing them with greater optimism and peace.While these programs are independent of our wilderness therapy programs, they can also be coordinated while a teen or young adult is enrolled at Evoke to help the family develop communications skills, boundaries, support, and prepare for transition.
Finding You is for individuals looking for a therapeutic accelerator to create dynamic changes in their lives. Participants looking to find balance or confront current dilemmas will come away with a greater feeling of peace and clarity. This is a 4-day program with education, group counseling, psychodrama, and mindfulness activities for the following issues:
- Conflict in relationships
- Communication skills training
- Understanding cycles of depression and anxiety
- Struggles with important life decisions
- Developing clarity and identity
- Healing trauma
- Parenting and couple’s challenges
- Healing self-medicating behaviors
- Healing childhood wounds
- Grief and loss issues
- Building skills for greater intimacy in relationships
- Forgiveness for self and others
Finding Family is for families looking to create connections and confront difficult family dynamics.
Scheduled intensives are hosted in beautiful Park City, Utah at Summit Lodge. Experiential activities, classroom instruction, and group work will focus on expanding insights about each individual and provide them with tools and an ongoing plan for continued growth. The intensives also use the following activities to create a powerful
- Psychodrama and role playing
- Daily meditation and mindfulness experiences
- Walking meditation
- Hiking and outdoor activities
- Group therapy
- Therapeutic games and initiatives
- Treatment planning session
Custom and private intensives are also available.
Upcoming Intensives Dates:
May 2-6 (Closed)
Contact our Admissions Team for more details at 866.411.6600 or email email@example.com.
Click here to read a letter from a parent about their intensive experience.
Quotes From Participants of the Intensives:
"The Evoke Family Intensive Weekend was a life-changing event. For four days we (husband, wife and son) worked on our personal issues, delved into family of origin connections with behavior, learned communication skills and knocked down the walls we used to hide our deepest selves. The end result was better family communication and a depth of self-knowledge that brought us closer together. We left feeling exhausted and exhilarated. The three of us salute Brad for facilitating this remarkable weekend." - Intensive Participant
"I did the Finding You intensive in October. Not a day goes by that I do not think about the experience or reference some 'truth' that I discovered about myself. If anyone is thinking, 'that would be nice, but maybe not for me'.... it is for you. It is like getting six plus months (or more) of therapy in a few days. Intense, yes, hard at times, yes, but fun too! You won't regret it!" - Denise Russell Carter