How Does Intensive Outpatient Treatment Work?
Like any treatment, IOPs will differ based on treatment approaches. However, however, at EagleCrest Recovery in Bentonville, AR, clients can expect these basic treatment modalities:
Intensive outpatient treatment recipients will often be given significant amounts of therapy. Said therapy will often be broken down into two separate subcategories, group and individual.
Group gatherings are said to boost the participant’s communication skills and a forum for individuals to interact with others dealing with similar circumstances.
The EagleCrest IOP is unique from other programs in that we use a progressive therapy model. We have the same therapist working through a 12 week course, the client will start courses at any week and work through the 12 progressively.
As well, if you are registered in our IOP, you are guaranteed a spot (many other programs run on a first-come-first-served basis).
This form of therapy is conducted between a counselor or therapist and the patient. Said entities work together to help the recovering individual identify what precipitated their addictive behavior and establish coping methods designed to prevent recidivism.
Therapy is only as good as the tools an individual has to engage with the world in a healthy manner after treatment. Skill work could include such focuses as preventative actions, interpersonal relationships, employment help, communication, anger and emotion management, and more.