South Florida Intensive Outpatient for Addiction
Our South Florida intensive outpatient (IOP) for addiction is generally a 6-8-week program which can be extended dependent upon each client’s progress. This outpatient program provides 9 hours per week of addiction treatment. Our South Florida IOP program permits clients to live in our supervised sober living, work at a job, and travel to our addiction treatment center to participate in treatment.
What to Expect in a Florida IOP
Florida intensive outpatient programs for addiction gives clients the opportunity to continue living in a safe, structured, sober environment and work in the nearby area. Clients can practice implementing real-life changes under moderate supervision. It is a step-down program that begins to set a foundation for long-term sobriety. Clients typically reside in Simple Path Recovery's sober living which supports the IOP program. In this way, clients learn to integrate their sobriety into a manageable daily routine.
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Types of Florida Intensive Outpatient Therapies
During group, individual and family therapy sessions facilitated by our Florida addiction treatment staff, clients are shown a variety of evidence-based therapy techniques, including:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Trauma Informed Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
Additionally, clients are exposed to a variety of support groups, including:
Clients will receive the essential tools to improve upon their progress they made during Partial Hospitalization (PHP) Addiction Treatment.
Individual therapy, or psychotherapy, is the most common form of behavioral therapy. Clients meet in private therapy sessions with one of our highly-skill therapists who can help them both identify and accurately speak to the things that impacted the start of substance abuse. The relationship that can be nurtured between the client and our Pompano Beach therapists that allows the client to open the deepest aspects of their addiction disease. Moreover, our therapists do this so that hidden issues can be brought out into the open, resolved, and managed on an ongoing basis.
Group Therapy for Intensive Outpatient
Group therapy offers a diverse atmosphere for clients, as it brings all Simple Path Recovery clients at our IOP in Florida together for regular sessions. One or more therapists will lead each group therapy session, which will focus on a number of various topics that are likely shared among all clients. By contributing to the conversation about a topic, engaging in a group activity, or even just listening, clients can start to mend their addiction struggles as well as supporting others in the group.
Client-Focused Addiction Treatment Team
During their Florida intensive outpatient program, each client maintains a treatment team that includes a physician, nurse, primary counselor, case manager, and nutritionist. This team is responsible for assessing and working with each client to continue both an individualized plan of care and next level addiction care recommendations.
At Simple Path Recovery, we believe that everyone choosing recovery over addiction has taken the biggest step of their life. Although recovery isn’t easy, most will tell you it’s absolutely worth it! Substance abuse take its toll on you mentally and physically. Addicts routinely express feeling exhausted and hopeless. The first step is to be honest with yourself and ask for help. Seeking assistance is a sign of strength and commitment in improving yourself. We urge you to be honest with us, as well about your history of substance use so we can best help tailor a comprehensive addiction treatment program with you. Specifically, we offer a range of therapies that are pointed to root problems of drug abuse and alcoholism.
Who Should Go to a Florida Intensive Outpatient Treatment?
Our IOP program is the next logical step after a client completes the PHP level of care. Simple Path Recovery offers a full-continuum of addiction treatment, in which clients step down from a higher, more intensive level PHP level of care to lower levels of care (IOP, OP). This way, clients can progressively decrease their behavioral health treatment and increase their freedom and independence. Intensive outpatient rehab allows a patient to work, and reside on their own while undergoing substance abuse treatment.
Upon completion of treatment, clients will have a better understanding of the disease of addiction. Additionally, they will recognize the importance and need for 12-Step programs and continuing care in their long-term recovery.