This type of educational treatment is generally for the "abuser" the classes teach what abuse and addiction are and their differences, it has been shown to be lifesaving in and of itself. This Educational treatment end up giving the abuser a chance to see how simple drug/alcohol abuse can quickly turn into full blown addiction, for whom the chances are greater. Individual and group counseling Treatment is a maximum of 90 days. Clients will participate in the following therapeutic interventions:
Individual counseling is a one-on-one discussion between the counselor and the client. Focusing on the individual’s immediate or near future concerns, is key to blending the ideas, thoughts, goals, and plans for the client’s recovery. The two form an alliance, or bond that enables trust and personal growth. Our professional, caring, supportive Counselors can help. These sessions are used to give the client an opportunity to speak privately with the counselor in a private and safe environment. In these sessions the client and counselor will develop client’s treatment plan and set long-term and short-term achievable goals toward recovery and personal success.
Group counseling is counseling with multiple individuals facing a similar concern. The strength in group counseling is that if you have 3, 5 or 10 people together all facing the same issue or similar issues, they can work together. The individuals in the group act as a source of insight and support for each other, while reinforcing the idea that everyone is not the only one experiencing these problems.
1. What is the “substance” in substance abuse? 2. What is “tolerance?” 3. What’s the difference between “abuse” and “dependence”? 4. What is “addiction”? 5. Where does “alcoholism” fit in? 6. What happens in the brain when substance enters? 7. How substance affect feelings, emotions and behaviors. 8. When abuse is turned into an addiction. 9. Denial Management.
Advantages: Clients learn from each other. Clients can practice new interpersonal skills in group. Clients hear a range of perspectives from the group members. Clients learn problem-solving skills through giving and receiving feedback, Clients give and receive peer support. Clients can come out of their isolation. Clients have an opportunity for validation.
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