Recovery Now: Intensive Outpatient Therapy in Clarksville
If you are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction and are looking for help, you are not alone. The Recovery Now Intensive Outpatient Therapy program in Clarksville is here to help. Our program is designed to provide clients with a supportive and empowering environment in which to recover from substance abuse disorders.
What is Intensive Outpatient Therapy?
Intensive Outpatient Therapy (IOP) is a treatment program that offers clients a flexible alternative to inpatient treatment. At Recovery Now, our IOP program utilizes several theoretical approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, and relapse prevention. Our full IOP program consists of 120 group therapy hours (ASAM level 2.1) or 72 hours (ASAM level 1.0).
Who Benefits the Most from an IOP?
IOP is designed for clients who are struggling with substance abuse disorders but do not require the level of care provided by an inpatient program. If you have already completed inpatient treatment or do not require the level of care provided by inpatient treatment, IOP may be the right choice for you.
Our IOP program is ideal for clients who:
- Have completed an inpatient or residential rehab program and are seeking further support
- Have work, family, or school commitments that make inpatient treatment impractical
- Don’t require the 24-hour supervision and support provided by inpatient treatment
Why Choose Recovery Now?
Recovery Now’s IOP program is designed to support clients as they work towards recovery. Here are a few reasons why you should choose our program:
Comprehensive Treatment Approach
At Recovery Now, our IOP program utilizes a range of therapeutic approaches, including CBT, DBT, motivational interviewing, and relapse prevention. We believe in an individual approach to treatment, tailoring each client’s care plan to their specific needs and circumstances.
Our staff consists of experienced professionals who are dedicated to helping clients achieve lasting recovery. Our therapists, doctors, and counselors have years of experience working with clients who are struggling with addiction.
Recovery Now provides a supportive, non-judgmental environment in which clients can work to overcome their addictions. We believe in building a strong community of support, including peers and family members, to help clients stay on track towards recovery. If you are seeking intensive outpatient therapy in Clarksville, we welcome your phone and look forward to answering your questions.
How We Help Patients Recovery from Addiction
Our IOP program utilizes a range of therapeutic approaches to help clients recover from addiction. Here are a few of the approaches we use:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
The CBT approach focuses on teaching clients skills that help them recognize and reduce relapse risks, maintain abstinence, and enhance self-efficacy. Clients learn to identify personal “cues” or “triggers”-the people, situations, or feelings that may lead to drinking or drug use. Clients then are taught new coping and problem-solving skills and strategies for effectively counteracting urges to drink or use drugs.
Motivational Interviewing techniques acknowledge that drugs of abuse have rewarding properties that can disguise, at least temporarily, their hazards and negative long-term effects. Through empathic listening and skillful interviewing, the counselor encourages the client to identify discrepancies between significant life goals and the consequences of substance abuse.
If you are struggling with addiction and are seeking help in Clarksville, Recovery Now’s IOP program may be the right choice for you. Our program provides a supportive and non-judgmental environment in which to recover from substance abuse disorders. We believe in an individualized approach to treatment, tailoring each client’s care plan to their specific needs and circumstances. At Recovery Now, we are committed to helping clients achieve lasting recovery and reclaim their lives from addiction.