Adult Day Treatment
Adult Day Treatment (DT), available at our St. Cloud and Buffalo sites, serves adults with a primary diagnosis of serious or serious and persistent mental illness. Recipients may also have co-occurring chemical use diagnoses and/or brain injury. Treatment is provided by a multi-disciplinary team of mental health professionals and practitioners under the guidance of a qualified clinical supervisor. The goals of Day Treatment are to reduce or relieve the effects of mental illness and provide training to enable recipients to live in the community with improved functioning at work and at school as well as in social relationships. Day Treatment uses therapeutic interventions which include:
~Mind and body integration strategies
~Illness management and recovery
~Integrated co-occurring diagnoses strategies
~Social skills education and practice
~Individualized treatment planning
Weekend Windup (WWU)
WWU is a social recreational program hosted by the St. Cloud Adult Day Treatment Program which provides fun opportunities to build and practice social skills both on-site and in the community. WWU is intended for current or past DT individuals or who have a CMMHC provider who refers them.
Always Mindful of Recovery (AMORE)
Offered by our DT staff, AMORE is outpatient group therapy for people who are phasing out of the Adult Day Treatment Program. AMORE is also for people who may not have been in DT but might benefit from a group format along with individual therapy.
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Meet Our Providers
Theresa Solarz- MS, LP
Theresa is the Program and Clinical Supervisor of Adult Day Treatment – St. Cloud site. She has a BA in Social Studies, Coaching and Secondary Education from The College of St Benedict and received her Master’s Degree in Community and High School Counseling from St Cloud State University. She has been with CMMHC since 1990 and is a Minnesota Board of Behavioral Health and Therapy approved clinical supervisor. Theresa specializes in group and individual treatment for persons with SPMI/SMI and holds a Level 4 certification in Spring Forest Qigong.
Brandon Stavish- MS, NCC
Brandon is currently a National Certified Counselor and is a Clinical Trainee on track as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. Brandon completed his undergraduate studies at Minnesota State University – Mankato with a major in Psychology and a minor in Alcohol & Drug Studies. He completed his graduate studies at St. Cloud State University in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Brandon’s areas of specialties include substance use disorders and serious and persistent mental illness. He worked in inpatient mental health prior to working in Adult Day Treatment.
Ashley Becker- MS, LPCC, CRC
Ashley is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in the St. Cloud Adult Day Treatment program. She obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology as well as her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from St. Cloud State University. In addition, she holds her Certification in Rehabilitation Counseling. Ashley is also lead therapist for the Monday AMORE group, a therapy group designed for adults with SPMI/SMI to continue in their recovery once they complete or outgrow Day Treatment. Prior to accepting her position in Day Treatment in 2012, Ashley worked at the St. Cloud Hospital in the Adult Behavioral Health Unit.
Kayla Levtzow – MS, LPCC, LADC
Kayla has a Bachelor’s Degree in Justice Administration with a minor in Criminal Justice from Southwest Minnesota State University, and a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling with a certification in Chemical Dependency from St. Cloud State University. She specializes in Chemical Dependency and experience with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI). Kayla uses an eclectic approach to therapy including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy using a client-centered and solution-focused approach.