NW Family Recovery Solutions
710 Bay Street, Port Orchard, Washington, 98366
At NW Family Recovery Solutions we have developed an evidence-based, continuum of care model for those suffering from co-occurring mental health (MH) and substance use (SU) challenges – from intensive outpatient (IOP) individual and group treatment, to acute residential treatment, as well as inpatient treatment at our Yellowstone retreat facility. Our licensed MH/SU providers are dedicated to help you and your loved ones work the steps toward recovery while keeping mental health symptoms at bay for now and the long run. We are excited to partner with you and your loved ones in this lifechanging journey ahead.
- Continuum of Care Model
Cognitive Behavioral TreatmentClients enrolled in our IOP, acute residential, and/or inpatient treatment at Yellowstone receive evidence-based counseling rooted in cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) and motivational interviewing (MI). Both evidence-based treatment approaches have been studied extensively in co-occurring populations and when utilized correctly by licensed mental health (MH)/ substance use (SU) providers, the treatment gains begin to unfold. Once the co-occurring comprehensive assessment and education phase of treatment has been completed, clients begin their journey into CBT with motivational interviewing. In this capacity, our clients at NW Family Recovery Solutions understand which stage of change represents their current motivation and confidence for recovery. This is helpful for determining what needs to shift to walk the steps of recovery. In addition, clients will receive evidence-based CBT with our mental health (MH)/ substance use (SU) counselors. In this capacity, three levels are illuminated to help each client learn how their MH symptoms have impacted alcohol and drug use, and vice versa. Level 1 involves learning about the A-B-C process whereby a real-time awareness of antecedents or triggers (e.g., relationship stress) and consequences (e.g., drug use, depression) develop. However, sandwiched between the A and C are dysfunctional and twisted thoughts that are often just below our level of awareness (subconscious) that are illuminated during treatment. Level 2 involves learning about your core beliefs (e.g., I don’t matter, I am worthless, I am inferior, etc.) that have developed across your development that support the dysfunctional thoughts and harmful substance use (SU) behaviors to continue. Level 2 often involves input from family members that have played a primary role in shaping these core beliefs during childhood, as well as taking risks in counseling to dive deep and uncover those core beliefs with your mental health (MH)/SU individual and group counselors. Level 3 focuses on the conditional “If-Then, Because-Then” rules that you have maintained in life that have often fueled the cycle of mental health (MH) illness and substance use (SU) behaviors. These conditional rules (e.g., Because I work hard then I deserve to get high, If she leaves me then it’s all over and it doesn’t matter anymore”) also serve to link and fuel the core beliefs with the dysfunctional thoughts and behaviors. In essence, by understanding all 3 levels you become your own CBT scientist and determine which thoughts, conditional rules, and core beliefs are valid and useful for your recovery and mental health (MH) stabilization, as well as which ones to challenge with your CBT skill set. Once you have this in-the-moment awareness or mindfulness, we will teach you the skills to identify and alter: dysfunctional and twisted thinking conditional rules dysfunctional core beliefs.
Co-Occurring AssessmentAt NW Family Recovery Solutions, we begin with a comprehensive co-occurring assessment. This step is essential to understand how you arrived at the place you are struggling now, with respect to substance abuse, as well as mental illness. Understanding the predisposing, precipitating, and perpetuating factors are critical for this understanding and how to conceptually break the cycle and reach your full potential. We call this phase of the process the “3 P’s” and includes a comprehensive mental health (MH) and substance use (SU) assessment and analysis. The empirically supported testing batteries (e.g.,MMPI-2, PAI, BAM, etc.) are administered by a licensed psychologist at program enrollment, as well as graduation (pre and post) across IOP, acute residential, and/or inpatient treatment. This is essential to help our providers target the SU and MH issues that have contributed the most to your addiction (predisposing, precipitating, and perpetuating) and which LEVELS to target during your treatment. At graduation, a second co-occurring assessment occurs to track what has changed and identify the areas for future support.
Co-Occurring EducationOnce the co-occurring assessment and 3 P’s have been completed and visually illuminated at intake, our mental health (MH) and substance use (SU) providers work with each client individually, as each path to MH and SU recovery is unique and YOUR own. One of the educational components of NW Family Recovery Solutions is understanding the tipping point of how and when your volitional control (i.e., your choice to use alcohol and drugs) shifted to a raw physical and primitive state whereby your body and brain now make decisions WITHOUT your consent. It is during this stage of addiction that is most dangerous as the brain BELIEVES these substances are needed for survival. In addition, our co-occurring educational component breaks down the 3 P’s (predisposing, precipitating, and perpetuating) down to the minutia to create your own CHAIN ANALYSIS for substance use (SU) and mental health (MH) symptoms. This work is essential for: understanding how you landed here the impact on your health and loved ones how to transfer automatic control BACK to the driver’s seat.
Co-Occurring Group SupportThe healing power of the GROUP can not be emphasized more. At NW Family Recovery Solutions, you will become intimately familiar with your peers – whether it’s in IOP, sober living/acute residential, or inpatient treatment at our Yellowstone retreat centre. The GROUP is critical for providing you with genuine feedback on your strengths and vulnerabilities that others see. Even more powerful is when we apply the Johari Window in group which helps you determine YOUR 4 quadrants of self-awareness: OPEN BLIND HIDDEN UNKNOWN These levels of self-awareness is yet another factor that has impacted YOUR relationships, as well as mental health (MH) and substance use (SU) history. Ultimately, our shared goal in group is to illuminate each quadrant of the Johari Window and shift your “self” as close as possible to OPEN, particularly when it pertains to MH and CD issues. Further, we have a peer-to-peer support and accountability model during treatment and following graduation.
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Meet the Staff
- Kylie Stern - MA LMFT LMHC SUDPClinical Director - IOPKylie Stern, MA, LMFT, LMHC, SUDP is the clinical director at NW Family Recovery Solutions, intensive outpatient services. Kylie is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; Licensed Mental Health Counselor; and licensed Substance Use Disorder Professional. With three professional licenses, Kylie is very passionate in working with individuals, couples, and family members struggling with co-occurring disorders (substance abuse and mental health challenges). Kyie is a compassionate and energetic clinician who has had the privilege of working with diverse populations and experience living abroad to understand the unique needs and skills needed to help a wide range of individuals/families going through these transitions and struggles. Kylie strongly believes that addiction effects not only the individual, but the entire family and does not discriminate. The path to recovery is different for each individual based on their past situation, unique challenges and personal needs. The key to making “peace” from within instead of engaging in the “battle” is become aware of the root causes of our struggles and then use the right skills to break these chains. Kylie’s group and individual counseling style draws upon evidence-based (e.g., motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral treatment) and strength-based approaches. This process helps others reach their full potential. Her core treatment modalities approach is a blend of Family Systems; Cognitive Behavioral; and Solution Focused disciplines in supporting you and your loved ones toward the journey to recovery, empowerment, and freedom. Kylie co-leads IOP groups, conducts individual sessions, and directs the clinical operations at NW Family Recovery Solutions. Kylie is currently accepting new clients at our Port Orchard IOP location and has flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends.
- Glyn Deputy - M Ed LMHCClinical Director - Acute ResidentialGlyn Deputy, M.Ed, LMHC, brings a keen awareness of both the necessities and subtleties of surviving our human condition and reaching one’s full potential when individuals are plagued by co-occurring conditions, such as depression and alcohol abuse, anxiety and opioid abuse, etc. Glyn has worked with individuals struggling with these conditions across outpatient and inpatient settings over the past decade and is now the clinical director of NW Family Recovery Solutions – Inpatient, at our 9-bed facility. In this capacity, Glyn overseas the clinical operations and delivery of care to clients admitted to our 28-day inpatient program. Given the complexities and relapse concerns with this population, Glyn understands the need to incorporate substance use treatment (e.g., 12 Steps) with evidenced-based therapeutic interventions (e.g., cognitive behavioral treatment, motivational interviewing, mindfulness) across a whole health model (e.g., lean and green diet, aerobic exercise, etc.). Glyn is now accepting new client referrals for our inpatient facility – Bremerton (admitting 05/2001), as well as Yellowstone (admitting 03/2001).
- Steve Tutty MA PhDExecutive & Clinical Director - YellowstoneDr. Tutty, MA, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist. He has particular expertise in evaluating both youth and adults over the past 20 years – both in a private and forensic capacity. Many of clients he has evaluated over the years struggle with co-occurring disorders – mental illness and substance use – and how difficult these co-occurring conditions can make it for individuals to achieve and maintain their sobriety over time. Dr. Tutty now works closely with the NW Family Recovery team, from IOP and acute residential treatment at our Washington facilities, as well as inpatient treatment at our Yellowstone retreat. Dr. Tutty is a strong believer in providing comprehensive assessments, pre and post treatment, to provide each client (and their loved ones) with a road map of how they arrived at this juncture in life, as well as how best to tap into their potential. In addition, he provides clients with evidence based skills (cognitive behavioral, mindfulness, motivational interviewing) to help clients treated at NW Family Recovery Solutions let go of the grip of mental illness and substance abuse – now and for the long run. Dr. Tutty has also presented nationally and is published in peer reviewed journals (e.g., JAMA) in the areas of depression and ADHD. He understands the interface of mental illness and drug use, and routinely works with the juvenile and adult courts, attorneys, and agencies when mental health, DUI, and drug assessments are recommended. When not in the office, Dr. Tutty enjoys skiing, hiking, and outdoor grilling.
- Jeff Anderson DNP PMHNP BCPsychiatric Nurse PractionerDr. Anderson is a psychiatric board-certified nurse practitioner. His role at NW Family Recovery Solutions involves providing a comprehensive evaluation of our clients enrolled in our inpatient facility at Yellowstone. In this capacity, Dr. Anderson will perform medical evaluations pre and post, as well as assist in medication management, as necessary. As a doctorate level psychiatric nurse practitioner, Dr. Anderson has evaluated and treated individuals across the lifespan, and a wide variety of mental health conditions. He utilizes traditional psychiatric medications as well as evidence based new technology and interventions. In addition, Dr. Anderson believes strongly in treating individuals in a holistic manner – that is to evaluate and treat the person, rather then the diagnosis. He also provides clients with comprehensive education and is especially adept at helping individuals understand the dynamic of co-occurring disorder (mental health and substance use disorders) and the evidence based recommendations for achieving and maintaining sobriety.Dr. Anderson has over 25 years of evaluation and treatment experiences and is especially drawn to the Eastern Idaho and Yellowstone regions.