Our integrated outpatient treatment programs aim to treat you or your loved one as a whole person rather than addressing only one aspect of your life. To help you to achieve your best life, we have an integrated model to help you learn to heal you mind, body, and soul. To this end, we have many different options for you to consider.
This is an eight-week outpatient treatment program which consists of group, individual and family counseling and is followed by four weeks of outpatient treatment services. The group meets three times a week for three hours each session. There are designated family groups that help clients identify people in their life who are supportive of their recovery process and help teach these supportive people how they can help the client on their journey to recovery.
Families are unique and the people you chose to include in your recovery process do not need to be relatives. It is your personal choice who you invite to be a part of your journey and can be anyone who is supportive of your recovery. While going to a group for counseling might seem awkward or frightening, many people find it helpful to talk to other people who are experiencing similar struggles. It can help you feel like you are not alone.
If there is something you are not comfortable sharing in a group, you do not have to share it. Clients also have weekly hour-long individual counseling sessions to complement the group counseling and where they can tackle any concerns that clients chose not to share in the group setting. Family members or other supportive people may be invited to attend these individual settings if the client and the counseling think it would be helpful.
This outpatient treatment program can be joined at any time and is designed to be the intensive support some clients need to support them through their early recovery. The curriculum is the evidence-based Matrix Model from SAMHSA. It focuses on helping clients identify the triggers behind their use and develop a personalized sobriety action plan to address their specific barriers to living a sober life.
The OP program is the next step down in intensity from the IOP program. It consists of weekly 60-minute individual sessions and a minimum of weekly two-hour group sessions. Family sessions are incorporated based on client needs and may include participation in group or individual sessions. It can last as long as 12 weeks and focuses on supporting clients as they continue their journey to recovery with an emphasis on relapse prevention. This is also a time to focus on re-engaging in living a healthy life.
Clients are encouraged to address all areas of their life and create goals for exercise, socialization without substances, and rediscovering the hobbies that bring them joy in this outpatient treatment program.
In addition to the individual counseling that is a part of the IOP and OP groups, we have clinicians available for individual counseling to address both substance use and mental health diagnoses. All of our clinicians use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This model of treatment focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
For those who have a busy schedule, teletherapy allows the patient to receive individual counseling services in their home or office through the use of their own computer. For those who need discreet, confidential services, teletherapy eliminates the need to visit a substance abuse treatment clinic. This also may be helpful for people who do not live in Las Vegas but are still in need of support.
Our integrated care model is designed to help you address barriers to your recovery. It’s hard to focus on your recovery when you are trying to manage a physical illness, a financial stress, or any of the other things that complicate our lives. Our primary care team and our qualified mental health associates are ready to help you address your needs so you can focus on your recovery.