Brentwood, CA

Brentwood Co-Ed Residential Mental Health Program

Discovery Mood & Anxiety
795 Eden Plains Road
Brentwood, CA 94513

PROGRAM FEATURES
Residential
All Genders 11-17

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This Brentwood location includes 3 shared bedrooms and 1 private room along with 4 bathrooms and therapy rooms. It is a gender-inclusive facility serving adolescents with mental health issues. Our program focuses on supporting young clients in building their identities, learning how to manage their emotional struggles in healthy and appropriate ways, and learning skills to manage maladaptive behaviors.

We utilize cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), shame Discovery Mood and Anxiety , psychodynamic and behavioral modification, as well as experiential therapy through equine and other physical activities that may include playing in the large yard, gardening, art, or yoga, all of which support emotional regulation and awareness. Family participation is integrated through homework and weekly family sessions. Therapeutic passes for home visits on weekends include assigned tasks that support family growth and reconciliation.

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Devon Beshears, AMFT

Devon Beshears, AMFT

PRIMARY THERAPIST

Devon is the primary therapist for Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program. She is an AMFT and licensure ready. Devon graduated with her master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Saint Mary’s of California in 2014. Devon has been working as an AMFT since 2014. Devon’s educational and professional background has afforded her the experience of working with a vast array of patients and has allowed her to recognize the importance of flexibility and adaptability as a therapist. Devon has experience working with youth struggling with trauma, depression, PTSD, substance use and family conflict.

Alicia Jackson, AMFT

Alicia Jackson, AMFT

PRIMARY THERAPIST

Alicia Jackson has been working with Discovery Mood & Anxiety Program since 2020. Alicia is a marriage and family therapist associate with experience working with trauma, anxiety, depression, at-risk youth, TBS, spiritual counseling and substance abuse counseling. Alicia is skilled in TF-CBT, CBT, solution-focused therapy, family systems, grief therapy, forensic psychology and multi-cultural counseling. Alicia has worked with mentored and/or counseled youth as a detention officer (specializing in children with mental health needs); as a court-appointed special advocate (CASA); with services on the Youth Accountability Board (YAB); in school-based therapy; and working with Victims Witness Program of San Joaquin County.

Kristina Garcia

Kristina Garcia

REGISTERED DIETITIAN

Kristina earned her Bachelor of Science degree in nutrition science with an emphasis in community nutrition from California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA). Immediately after graduating Cum Laude, she began a combined Master of Science/dietetic internship program with CSULA where she completed dietetic rotations at the CSULA Student Health Center, West Covina School District and Corona Regional Medical Center. While completing her education, Kristina worked at a residential eating disorder treatment facility where she found a passion for working in mental health and eating disorders, supporting patients in meeting their nutritional needs and helping heal their relationship with food.

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BRENTWOOD CO-ED RESIDENTIAL MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM

This Brentwood location includes 3 shared bedrooms and 1 private room along with 4 bathrooms and therapy rooms. It is a gender-inclusive facility serving adolescents with mental health issues. Our program focuses on supporting young clients in building their identities, learning how to manage their emotional struggles in healthy and appropriate ways, and learning skills to manage maladaptive behaviors.

We utilize cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), shame Discovery Mood and Anxiety , psychodynamic and behavioral modification, as well as experiential therapy through equine and other physical activities that may include playing in the large yard, gardening, art, or yoga, all of which support emotional regulation and awareness. Family participation is integrated through homework and weekly family sessions. Therapeutic passes for home visits on weekends include assigned tasks that support family growth and reconciliation.

LEARN ABOUT OUR COVID CLEAN COMMITMENT

MEET THE TEAM

TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR

GET IN TOUCH / CALL 714.828.0808

Discovery Mood & Anxiety
795 Eden Plains Road
Brentwood, CA 94513

PROGRAM FEATURES
Residential
All Genders 11-17

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