Calvary's Therapeutic Intervention Program (T.I.P.) is structured to help youth learn how to accept responsibility for their behavior. This family centered program will help the individual and the family understand the process of changing negative behavior, while learning techniques of how to avoid and manage negative influences in their life.
Our Cognitive Behavior Change Curriculum recognizes and contains the principles which embrace the philosophy that thought processes affect one’s behavior. T.I.P. is equipped to offer juveniles and their parents/legal guardians; a comprehensive cognitive base instructor led program. This instructor led program is conducted by facilitators with degrees in the field of human service degrees.
Calvary Counseling Center is now offering intervention programs for adolescents who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Learn more about our Deaf or Hard of Hearing Services.
Classes held on Saturdays.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the difference between T.I.P. and the Yes Program?
A: We offer an instructor led program. The program includes a one hour Intake Session for the participant and the parent(s) or guardian(s).
Q: How many participants are in a one day session?
A: The one day group session will accommodates 10 participants.
Q: What is the cost of the program?
A: One Day Saturday Program
We accept Cash, Money Orders and Bank Drafted Cashiers Checks. We do not accept personal checks or credit cards.
If you have additional questions, please call (703) 530-9800.
The following forms must be filled out prior to your first session:
- Child and Adolescent Intake
- Behavioral Checklist
- Release of Information Form - Calvary Counseling will only contact the Court Officer upon the signing the Release of Information Form. We agree to keep all information provided confidential.
- Notice of Privacy Practices