Thrive at ICRC
The Thrive program offered at ICRC uses cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to reduce depressive symptoms and improve quality of life for seniors. CBT is an evidenced based approach which enables older adults to create long-term changes allowing for a more active and rewarding life in an effort to Thrive.
Is Thrive right for you?
Do you have little interest or pleasure in doing things?
Do you feel down, sad, or hopeless?
If you experience one or both of these, you may qualify for Thrive at ICRC.
“When you feel better, you do better. If you can commit to Thrive, we will work together to not just survive but Thrive!”
– Jennifer Lopez, Thrive Clinical Supervisor
To learn more about Thrive, download our brochure or contact our office.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Later-Life Depression program
Thrive at ICRC is a community-based early intervention program that uses talk therapy to:
- Decrease levels of sadness, stress, and or anxiousness
- Increase positive thoughts, feelings, and actions
- Enhance coping skills when faced with challenges
Thrive at ICRC consists of 16 to 20 sessions that take place in the client’s home or in a community setting. Currently, Thrive at ICRC screenings are being offered virtually by phone and video.
Thrive at ICRC is free and confidential, and serves older adults (ages 60 and older) who live in Riverside County. Thrive at ICRC is funded by Riverside University Health System Behavioral Health through the Mental Health Services Act – Prevention and Early Intervention.