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JADE Wellness Center offers intensive outpatient treatment services designed to meet your recovery needs with flexibility and compassion. Our programs provide a range of group session times to accommodate your schedule, ensuring you can access the care you need while maintaining your commitments.Contact Us today to get started
Treatment Tailored to You
We go beyond group therapy by offering individual and family therapy services, recognizing that healing often extends to those closest to you.
At JADE, we take an eclectic approach to care, drawing from evidence-based modalities such as:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Person-centered techniques.
This means we tailor our treatment to address your specific challenges, empowering you to build resilience and sustainable recovery.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a widely used and evidence-based psychotherapeutic approach that focuses on helping individuals identify and change negative thought patterns and behaviors. It is based on the premise that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interconnected, and by altering one aspect, we can positively influence the others.
- Helps individuals recognize and challenge irrational or unhelpful thought patterns. By identifying and modifying negative or distorted thinking, people can reduce emotional distress and improve their mental well-being.
- Incorporates strategies to modify problematic behaviors. It encourages individuals to set specific, achievable goals and develop new, healthier habits or responses to situations that trigger distress.
- Has a strong empirical basis, with numerous studies demonstrating its effectiveness in treating various conditions and is highly adaptable allowing application to a wide range of issues, making it a versatile approach.
Overall, CBT is a solution-focused and practical therapy that empowers individuals to better understand and manage their thoughts and behaviors, leading to improved mental health and well-being.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a specialized form of cognitive-behavioral therapy developed to help individuals who struggle with intense emotions, self-destructive behaviors, and difficulties in regulating their emotional responses. This therapeutic approach combines elements of cognitive behavioral techniques with principles of acceptance and mindfulness.
- Incorporates a dialectical perspective, meaning it seeks to balance opposing concepts like acceptance and change. This approach encourages individuals to accept themselves as they are while also working towards positive change.
- Equips individuals with skills to identify, understand, and manage their intense emotions. These skills help people gain greater emotional control and avoid impulsive or self-destructive behaviors. Mindfulness techniques are an integral part of DBT. They help individuals stay present in the moment, improve self-awareness, and reduce emotional reactivity.
- Teaches individuals how to tolerate distressing situations without resorting to harmful coping mechanisms. This helps in avoiding impulsive and destructive behavior during times of crisis.
- Often involves a combination of individual therapy and group skills training. Group sessions provide opportunities for learning and practicing DBT skills in a supportive environment.
- Is supported by a growing body of research demonstrating its effectiveness in treating a range of conditions, including substance abuse, and mood disorders.
By offering a holistic approach to emotional regulation and interpersonal effectiveness, DBT can be a valuable tool for individuals seeking to improve their mental health and well-being. It provides practical skills and strategies to cope with life’s challenges and create positive changes in one’s life.
Person-Centered Therapy or client-centered therapy, is a humanistic approach to counseling that can be highly beneficial in a drug and alcohol treatment center. This therapy places a strong emphasis on building a supportive and non-judgmental therapeutic relationship between the therapist and the individual seeking help.
Therapists offer genuine empathy, acceptance, and non-judgment to individuals struggling with addiction. This creates a safe and empathetic space for clients to express themselves honestly. Therapists actively listen to clients, seeking to understand their unique experiences, feelings, and perspectives. This empathetic understanding fosters trust and encourages clients to open up about their struggles with addiction. Person-Centered Therapy respects the individual’s right to make choices about their own recovery. It empowers clients to take an active role in their treatment and recovery process.
The therapist provides a non-directive environment, allowing clients to set their own treatment goals and work through their concerns at their own pace.
Person-Centered Therapy can be particularly effective in drug and alcohol treatment services because it respects the individual’s autonomy and acknowledges that they are experts on their own experiences. By creating a nurturing and empathetic space, this therapy approach can help clients explore the root causes of their addiction, build self-awareness, and develop healthier coping mechanisms.
It is essential for individuals with substance abuse issues to feel understood and supported in their recovery journey, and Person-Centered Therapy provides a valuable framework for achieving these goals within the context of a drug and alcohol treatment center.
Benefits of IOP
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) is a crucial level of care in drug and alcohol treatment centers, offering several benefits, including flexibility of schedule and the ability to maintain employment.
- IOP offers a high level of support and accountability without requiring clients to be on-site 24/7. Participants benefit from therapy, group counseling, and education while still living in their home environment.
- Clients in IOP maintain a connection to their local community, which can be valuable in building a sober support network. This can include participating in self-help or other local recovery groups.
- IOP programs often focus on life skills, helping clients learn how to cope with stress, triggers, and cravings while managing their daily lives. This education is directly applicable to maintaining employment and preventing relapse.
- IOP facilitates a gradual reintegration into daily life and work, which can help individuals ease back into their responsibilities while maintaining a focus on recovery.
- IOP can be adapted to meet the specific needs of each client, offering individualized treatment plans that address the unique challenges and triggers related to their substance use.
- Even when the structured IOP program ends, clients typically have access to ongoing support and aftercare services to help them maintain their recovery over the long term.
JADE Wellness Center offers morning, afternoon, and evening intensive outpatient schedules. Intensive outpatient at JADE Wellness Center consists of 3-hour groups, 3 days per week. Individuals are assigned a primary therapist to meet with regularly in to develop treatment plan goals and participate in 1 on 1 therapy.
We are committed to your recovery.
At JADE Wellness Center, we are committed to supporting your journey to a healthier, happier life with our intensive outpatient services, offering both flexibility and a diverse array of therapeutic methods to ensure your success.contact us today