Designed to build on fundamental recovery skills, this ten-week program focuses on repairing the damage caused by addiction, rebuilding trust, developing healthy relationships, and establishing a sober network. Group therapy plays an important role in treatment. As part of our OP programming, you have the opportunity to choose from and participate in the following clinical groups. All groups meet once a week, for 10 weeks.
Reinforces your recovery by helping you better understand your triggers, develop coping skills, and practice relapse prevention.
This group utilizes Motivational Interviewing (MI),Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Solution-Focused Therapy (SFT).
Women in Recovery
Focuses on how addiction impacts women by addressing issues such as self-esteem, honesty and authenticity, body image, balancing self-care and coping skills, anger and resentment, communication, and overcoming stigma.
This group utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI).
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Co-Occurring Disorders
Explores the connection between mental health and addiction while helping you tackle fear and anxiety, sadness and depression, anger, guilt and shame, emotional reasoning, self-blame, and catastrophizing.
This group utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).
Remembrance and Mourning
Provides a better understanding of the different stages of grief, enabling you to accept the reality of your loss, work through the pain, learn how to live without your loved one, remain connected, and embark on a new life.
This group implements Narrative Therapy, Somatic Psychology, and Grief Therapy Model: Worden’s Four Tasks of Grieving.
Emphasizes the importance of the mind-body connection through a range of educational wellness practices, allowing you to create deeper bonds with yourself and others.
This group implements Somatic Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy.
Designed to educate and prepare teens on maintaining sobriety in everyday situations and provide them with the tools necessary to handle peer pressure, resolve internal conflicts, and manage their academic demands.
This group implements IPNB, 7 Challenges, and Psychoeducation on addiction as a disease model.