EVENING OUTPATIENT TREATMENT
HOW DOES SPRC OUTPATIENT TREATMENT WORK?
Intensive outpatient program (IOP): Clients will spend 3 to 5 days a week in group and individual counseling. Psychiatric evaluation and medication management is included. Depending on the client’s treatment plan, they may attend:
9am -12pm – Monday through Friday, three to five days per week
1pm – 4pm – Monday through Friday, three to five days per week
5:30pm – 8:30pm – Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday evenings
Standard Outpatient (OP): The client participates in individual and/or group counseling for 4 to 6 hours a week. This type of treatment program enables people to receive the care they need while they work and meet their day-to-day responsibilities.
How long does outpatient treatment last?
What happens when I enter outpatient treatment at Scottsdale Providence?
Using these assessments, our multidisciplinary treatment team will coordinate to build your individual treatment plan and select which groups are most appropriate for you based on your clinical needs.
What kind of counseling will I receive?
The core curriculum of Scottsdale Providence Recovery Center is interactive journaling. Interactive Journaling is an innovative experiential modality that puts the client at the center of their change process. This evidence-based methodology is described by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration as a “goal-directed, client-centered model that aims to reduce substance abuse and substance-related behaviors … through a process of written self-reflection.”
Clients will receive individual therapy and participate in group counseling. Scottsdale Providence has a variety of groups that focus on:
- Substance abuse
- Self management and mental health
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Gender-specific process groups
- Dialectical behavioral therapy
- Self-Worth & body image
- Coping skills
- Occupational therapy
- Sex and love
- Codependency and relationships
- Independent living skills
- Yoga and acupuncture