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How Learning Can Be Part of Healing: A Q&A on Newport’s Educational Model

At Newport Healthcare, academic and life skills education is an integral part of the treatment experience. Our whole-person approach recognizes that learning, like every other aspect of a young person’s experience, is inextricably intertwined with their self-esteem, well-being, and sense of empowerment. As teens and young adults progress in treatment, we see their engagement and joy in…

The Importance of Cultural Competence in Mental Healthcare

A Q&A with Najah Dail, LPC, LCPC, Director of Outpatient Services, Newport Healthcare By 2044, people from racial minority communities will represent more than half of the US population, according to census data. Yet currently only 17 percent of psychologists in the country are from minority groups, and many practicing clinicians lack the skills and…

The Role of Research in Behavioral Healthcare

A Q&A with Michael Roeske, PsyD, Senior Director of Newport Healthcare’s Center for Research and Innovation As a child, Michael Roeske was passionate about math. “I felt that there were patterns to be found everywhere, that everything could be measured and worked through equations, and therefore it was vitally important to study, understand, and apply…

Newport Healthcare Center for Research and Innovation

The Center for Research and Innovation aims to bring science out of the lab and into the treatment room—merging academic research with a forward-thinking clinical environment. What We Do: Ongoing Work and New Initiatives The Center’s overall goals are to continually expand our understanding of our patient population and their needs, improve patient outcomes, support…

Helping Young People in Minnesota Get the Care They Need

Far too many struggling teens and young adults in Minnesota are not getting the treatment they need for major depression and other mental health conditions. According to Mental Health America (MHA)’s 2022 report tracking the 50 states and the District of Columbia, nearly 60 percent of young people in the state are receiving no care…