IOP provides concentrated daily support in an outpatient setting to help those struggling with addiction work towards lasting recovery
Most patients who suffer from a substance use disorder assume that residential or inpatient treatment is the only option. While this may be true for some patients, there are multiple levels of care that blend the needs of the patient with the most effective treatment to nurture long-term recovery.
At Epiphany Wellness, a drug and alcohol treatment center, we believe intensive outpatient therapy is one of the most effective programs to promote both focused treatment without requiring overnight residence.
Intensive Outpatient Therapy in New Jersey is a concentrated level of support that offers access and accountability to daily care and treatment with enough personal freedom to develop a strong sense of autonomy.
Under the care of our medical and clinical staff, patients will learn to challenge negative thoughts, emotions, and patterns. You will be taught mindfulness and how to reinforce coping skills and habit-breaking techniques to practice new, healthier practices.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) provides a detailed list of medical and mental criteria to aid in diagnosing the severity of each patient’s substance use disorder.
Diagnoses range from mild and moderate to severe. Depending on the results, a treatment plan is prescribed. If your diagnosis is determined to be mild or moderate, an IOP program would be the first step to beginning recovery.
If the severity is more serious, a higher level of care, such as PHP or inpatient programs, may be required.
IOP is also the recommended course of action for anyone suffering from co-occurring conditions, such as anxiety or depression, a serious health complication, in addition to substance use disorder.
As an intensive outpatient program in NJ, we use many different successful and unique addiction treatment models.
Epiphany Wellness modalities include:
Throughout the course of treatment, patients will be required to participate in both 1:1 and group therapy sessions and will also have the opportunity to participate in 12-step peer support programs.
Getting help is the first step. You’re nearly there. Detoxing isn’t an enjoyable experience, but the results are: A clean future. A clear head. A fresh start.
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