So we have a more collaborative, autonomous approach for our clients here because this is a midlife program. And so typically clients have some flexibility and freedom in the morning and then we have, this treatment day, is structured very similar to a work day and that’s intentional. And so that clients can develop the capacity to plan their days at home or they go to work and then they still have room for self-care and sort of relaxation and reflection that so many of our clients that say don’t have when they first come to treatment. And so it’s not a perfect science but the first half of the day is usually focused on intensive psychotherapy through more academic kind of intellectual psycho-educational groups, emotionally intensive psychotherapeutic process groups, individual therapy and family therapy, and we also have second half of the day which is focused on experiential modalities and holistic modalities. So throughout the week the clients engage in horticultural therapy equine therapy, trauma-sensitive yoga, mindfulness meditation, eco therapy, and the combination of those left brain and right brain approaches gives the brain an opportunity to be activated all throughout the day all throughout the week and allows clients to have the most comprehensive treatment possible and we know that that’s especially important for midlife adults.