Psychotherapy and treatment groups are formed as we receive calls. We will arrange a 60-minute intake interview. If group therapy is an appropriate option for you, you’ll join a small group of up to seven people. If an alcohol or drug treatment group is an appropriate option, you’ll join a group of up to 12 people.
The first Monday evening of each month this group is open to anyone seeking information about mental health and chemical dependency issues. The goal of this group is is to provide information about treatment and counseling options for all members of the family. You can ask about family counseling, alcohol and drug treatment, mental health counseling, trauma counseling, etc.
Led by Laura J. Halford, our founder, a reservation is required to help us prepare for you. Please call our front desk between 9:00am and 2:00pm to let us know you will be attending.
Primary alcohol and drug treatment; phase one is approximately twelve weeks long with two groups and one individual counseling session each week.
Alcohol and drug treatment with a mental health component; phase one is twelve weeks long with three groups each week. Additional mental health focused therapy session added as needed.
Primary alcohol and drug treatment; lower intensity and frequency than intensive outpatient with one group weekly. This group is perfect for those who are phasing out of intensive outpatient treatment or leaving inpatient and seeking continuing care treatment at a lesser intensity than IOP.
This group is for professionals who are under supervision with their employer. The group is for those who are highly motivated in their recovery and seek to be with other professionals who have resolved the issues related to getting and staying abstinent. These professionals seek a high quality therapeutic environment to pursue the next level in their recovery.
This is a psychotherapy group for men with a minimum of one year of sobriety. After stablizing, the underlying issues that led to increased substance use begin to emerge leaving many men feeling rudderless and unsure of what they want out of their lives. Reasons men find their way to this group include decreased fulfillment in AA or lack of support, increasing sense of alienation in their primary relationship and poor communication and coping skills. The facilitated element creates structure and direction towards deep discussions that provide clarity and support. This group provides a venue for inquiry, discussion and feedback to explore one’s life history that preceded substance abuse leading to greater personal insight and increased competency in relationships.
This group is designed for family members seeking group therapy and support with other family members. An informative treatment guide is followed in a supportive environment that encourages personal exploration regarding recovery from the effects of active addiction in a loved one.