VQ focuses on using FFT to fix issues at their source, preventing future problems rather than waiting to respond to them.
The FFT model seeks to solve the problem at the heart of most youth delinquency: the home. A majority of troubled youth come from troubled homes leading to issues ranging from delinquency to substance abuse to violence. The treatment strategies implemented by FFT have received international recognition for their success in dealing with these issues and they have been shown to help reduce crime and victimization in the areas that they are implemented. Ultimately, however, FFT helps bring families back together.
VQ therapists help families develop stronger communication strategies and move onto happier and healthier lives. FFT is inherently a short-term therapy, and while we try to offer as much help as we can during the sessions spent with these families, we also provide them with the tools and resources necessary to continue on the road to improvement once they leave the program. Additionally, we offer booster sessions following completion of the normal sessions to help families that may need some support getting back on the path to improvement. Once they are finished with the program, families have a greater understanding of the issues they have already overcome and the challenges that they may face in the future and they are equipped to deal with them.