A Guide for Professional/Case Workers
What to Expect
We are excited to work with you and want to make sure you have all the information you’ll need before recommending our program for your clients. Below, you’ll find a checklist for getting your student applied for Rebalance and a few things you can expect while they complete the program.
- Connect with Program Director, Megan Packard
Get in touch with Megan, our Program Director, on what class would be best for your student, as well as to answer any questions you may have about the program.
- Connect Program Director to Youth’s Parents
Establish a working connection between Rebalance, you, and the youth’s parents.
- Provide 12-week contract for student
Sign a contract outlining the student’s participation in the Rebalance program.
- Receive weekly reports about each class
Every week, you’ll receive a report from our coaches on what your student learned in class, any techniques & tactics that were used, and other coaches’ notes on how your student is doing. See an example weekly report here.
- Receive monthly reports via contract
Similar to weekly reports, you’ll receive a monthy reports via the student’s signed contract documentation – regarding their involvement in class, next steps, and other notes on how the student is doing.
- Receive information about more techniques
As your student makes their way through the Rebalance curriculum, we want to send you techniques and methods that you can recommend for use at home, too. This can include different approaches to dealing with their emotions, useful videos and tools for Trust-Based Relational Intervention, and much more.
More questions? See our Contact Information button down below. We look forward to talking with you and sharing more about our program!
“In all honesty, this program is keeping my client interested. He attends this much more than his theraphy group. He has fun. He’s learning. I think it’s a great fit!”