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VIEW Services

Virtual Intensive Engagement and Wraparound

Are you ready to take the first step with VIEW?

What is VIEW?

Wellness Done Digitally

The VIEW (Virtual Intensive Engagement and Wraparound) Program is an all-virtual therapy option (including video game-assisted, play, and talk therapies) to support young people navigating behavioral, mental, and emotional health challenges.

This innovative program, facilitated through phone or Microsoft Teams, provides accessible virtual play-therapy options for youth and families across Washington state with Molina insurance.

Who is on
your team?

Participants of the VIEW program have a mental health therapist, family peer, youth peer, and care navigator.

Youth enrolled in our program are offered weekly mental health therapy, weekly individual youth/family peer meetings, and the care navigator who supports access to resources and transition planning to ensure ongoing care.

Every enrolled client is offered medication management and substance use support if needed. Our psychiatric ARNP is also COE-certified for diagnosing autism.

VIEW providers have training in several evidence-based practices (see below) and adapting these evidenced-based practices to use video game-assisted treatment.

How does
VIEW work?

Current Evidence-Based Practices Used in VIEW

VIEW providers have training in several evidence-based practices (see below) and adapting these evidenced-based practices through use of video game-assisted treatment for individual and group treatment (see below).

CBT+: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT+ (for trauma, depression, anxiety, and behavior) is designed to use coping skills and work to identify how thoughts, behaviors, and feelings affect each other and how to help when overwhelmed.
Learn more about CBT+

PCIT: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

PCIT coaches caregivers exactly what to say and why to help children grow strong relationships with caregivers and improve behavior.
Learn more about PCIT

EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

EMDR works to explore past stressful memories while using relaxation and whole brain activation to feel better by connecting healing to old memories.
Learn more about EMDR

RUBI: Research Units in Behavioral Intervention

RUBI uses caregiver coaching to help kids with autism by finding why behaviors are happening and creating a structure that helps change behaviors.
Learn more about RUBI

DBT: Dialectal Behavioral Therapy

DBT teaches helpful skills to be okay even when overwhelmed by connecting parts that are apposite (Part of me wants to be dead and part of me wants to be alive) to develop hope and meaning.
Learn more about DBT

COS-P: Circle of Security Parenting

COS-P works with caregivers to see what a child is doing as communication and gives tools to know what to do with that communication and how to develop strong relationships for all ages.
Learn more about COS-P

ACT: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

ACT explores the affect thoughts have on emotions, relationships, the body, and behaviors to calm upsetting thoughts and make good choices.
Learn more about ACT

TF-CBT: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

TF-CBT seeks to explore a stressful event and find healing and coping through creation of a healing story and focusing on calming the body.
Learn more about TF-CBT

Revolutionizing Pediatric Mental Health: VIEW’s Innovative Treatment Options

Play Therapy

Play Therapy is based on the belief that play is the language of children and toys are their words. Play therapy allows evidence-based practices, designed as talk therapy, to be used by “talking” through play. VIEW providers are supervised by a Registered Play Therapy Supervisor (RPT-S).
Learn more about Play Therapy

Video Game Therapy

Uses play therapy techniques to create a virtual play therapy experience by choosing games that allows children and teens to engage in treatment without the need to talk by communicating through play in an environment with unlimited potential.
Learn more about Video Game Assisted Treatment

Role Playing Therapy

Role playing with a Certified Therapeutic Dungeon Master to allow for use of ACT techniques and narrative therapy in an adventurous setting.
Learn more about Role Playing Therapy

Ready to Take the First Step?

We typically respond within 24 business hours of receiving a referral and schedule an intake as soon as you are available. If you have questions, please email us at [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions

Does VIEW serve all counties in WA state?

Yes! Every inch of WA state.

What do I need to qualify for VIEW?

You need four things:

  1. Molina insurance.
  2. You are 0-20 years old.
  3. You live in WA state.
  4. You could use a lot of support. (VIEW is designed to work with people who have big needs and could use the help from a support team)

How do I start?

Get a referral using this form: VIEW referral link. Or you can email us at [email protected].

What if I just want some of the services VIEW offers, but not all? Is that a problem?

No problem. We work to create treatment options that fit your needs. We offer many fantastic service opportunities. You can choose which ones make sense to you.

Can I change providers?

Yes. We assign who we think will be the best fit for you, but if we’re wrong, let us know. We’ll be happy to find you a better fit.

Does VIEW provide care for Autism?

We offer Center of Excellence (COE) evaluation and evidence-based practices, including RUBI (research units in behavioral intervention) to provide caregiver support and care for diagnosing and treatment. Additionally, we work to connect youth and families to other services that can provide long term support!

Can I play video games during therapy?

Probably yes! We offer video game-assisted treatment under the direct supervision of a registered play therapist supervisor. In many cases, supervised video game play is one of the best ways we can provide therapy care to youth struggling with emotional, mental or behavioral challenges.