" Modern" Alcohol and Drug Outpatient Treatment
TLC Treatment Program Information
& Stabilization - Intensive Phase I - During
this initial intensive outpatient phase of treatment, clients
will be identifying issues directly related to their chemical dependency
thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The primary focus of this treatment
is to help clients develop an awareness of the complex problems and issues
related to their chemical use/or addiction and to stabilize them. This
program is designed to help clients manage craving, stabilize their lifestyle,
disrupt denial patterns, develop awareness of post-acute withdrawal and
it's symptoms, engage with nutritional interventions and set a foundation
for the clients understanding of the level of personal motivation needed
for them to recover. As they begin to facilitate the development of a
sober support network, clients are typically encouraged to attend two
Alcoholic Anonymous and/or Narcotic Anonymous meetings or other sober
social community support groups each week. While in treatment, clients
will be attending the intensive TMS® group at TLC
three times a week, with an individual session scheduled as needed, for
a period determined by their ability to demonstrate an understanding and
integration of the information presented, typically for 8-12 weeks.
Relapse Prevention Counseling - Intensive Phase II
- During this second intensive outpatient
phase of treatment, clients will continue to identify and address issues
directly related to their chemical dependency thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
The primary focus of this phase of treatment is to help clients develop
an awareness of the complex symptoms and personal issues related to their
chemical use/or addiction, and to foster and engage with the management
skills needed to alleviate these problems. Learning to manage the complex
issues surrounding High Risk Situation management is the theme for this
phase. Clients continue their development of a sober support network,
and are encouraged to attend AA, NA meetings or other sober social community
support groups each week. While in this phase of treatment, clients will
be attending the intensive RPC® group at TLC
two times a week, with individual sessions scheduled as needed , for a
period determined by their ability to demonstrate an understanding and
integration of the information presented, typically for 8 - 12 weeks.
Relapse Prevention Therapy - Outpatient Phase III -
This outpatient phase is designed to further address the issues
identified during the initial phases of treatment and enhance the clients
ability to integrate the establishment of the healthy lifestyle changes
they need to support their ongoing abstinence and recovery. The primary
focus of this phase is helping clients engage with a personal understanding
of the Relapse Warning Signs. Weekly group counseling services, as well
as individual counseling, are provided on an "individually customized"
basis and are typically designed to support the continuing needs that
clients identified in their earlier phases of recovery. Additionally,
with the establishment of ongoing sobriety, specialty services are available
to further meet their individual needs, as warranted. To continue the
ongoing development of a sober support network, clients are encouraged
to attend AA, NA meetings or other sober social community support groups
each week. Court and/or Department of Licensing requirements are to followed
as applicable. During this Outpatient Phase II clients will be attending
the outpatient RPT® group at TLC
one day per week, with individual sessions scheduled as needed. Completion
of this phase of treatment is directly determined by the individual clients
ability to demonstrate an understanding and integration of the information
presented, typically for 16-36 weeks.
Alcohol/Drug & DUI Assessments Comprehensive Bio/Psycho/Social individualized interviews and testing using personalized interviewing and the nationally recognized computerized SASSI.
IND - Individual Counseling Services - TLC provides quality individual counseling and consultation services to individuals, families and community businesses, schools and organizations.
EDU - Alcohol and Drug Education and Prevention Classes - This series of educational classes is designed for the individual and/or family member who needs more information about the disease of Chemical Dependency and Addiction and its associated symptoms and problems. These classes are delivered on an "as needed" basis.
Co-Addict Recovery Counseling and Therapy - Counseling and Therapy for the Co-Addict/Family Member - This program of treatment programs is designed to support the the family and significant others of recovering persons. The intensity of the treatment recommendations for this program are specific to meet the individual needs of the Co-Addict involved. Attendees are encouraged to attend two Al-Anon/ACA meetings per week. Typically these programs last for 8-26 weeks.
MHP Dual Diagnosis Counseling and Therapy - Co-occurring Disorder Treatment and Psychiatric Consultation & Referral - TLC has a coordinated link to programs and professionals that provide assessment and screening, monitoring and stabilization for possible co-existing Axis I diagnoses. Lifeskills training and case management services are available for clients who need them.
All treatment plans and patient treatment placement are clinically developed and supported using The American Society of Addictions Medicine Patient Placement Criteria. Our graduation criteria are published, and available upon request or available for inspection at our site.
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