An Initial clinical assessment will be conducted for your family to determine your needs and strengths followed by the development of a treatment plan specific to your own family. Clinical interventions are highly individualized and targeted to you own family's unique needs.

  

Several evidence-based practices are used depending on your family's needs such as Attachment-Based Family Therapy (ABFT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and the Nurtured Heart Approach. Clinical services for each family are guided by a Whatever Is Needed (WIN) philosophy. 

A home-based, highly effective treatment approach for children and teens.

   

Family-centered, flexible, strength-based, and highly collaborative services  are core components of IIFT. Dr. Sunseri acts as the case manager to coordinate your child's clinical services with other ancillary treatment providers (e.g., the child's psychiatrist, school, insurance company, and so on) to reduce confusion and ensure smooth service delivery.

  

Innovative in-home virtual technology and communication allows Dr. Sunseri and his team to work with you and your child directly in the home to improve family interactions, communication, limit setting, and use of behavioral change techniques.  Virtual technology allows for services to be provided anywhere in the United States with no geographic limitations.

Treatment Plan

A WIN Approach

In-Home Virtual Technology

 Collaborative Services