Benefits of Outpatient Therapy

Whether you're a high powered executive or you're just in need of help getting through your addiction, there's major benefits to intensive outpatient therapy. It's not always easy to go into a rehab facility for weeks or months at a time. Most people who are in the early stages of addiction have families to care for, jobs to go to, and lives that could help them get through the addiction. Here are a few of the benefits of intensive outpatient therapy that you may find helpful to make the decision on getting treatment.

Choice of Therapy

When you're using the outpatient intensive therapy you have options of either individual therapy sessions or group therapy sessions. In most cases, these are both utilized to help you through the recovery process.

Step Programs

You may find that your outpatient therapy program works best when you use the 12-step program options.

Rely on Your Spirituality

When using outpatient therapy, there are many choices of religious support groups to choose from. It may help you even more through the process to find one that utilizes your religious beliefs for support.

Access to Many Support Systems

When you're working in outpatient treatment you'll find a variety of support systems to help you. From church groups to group therapy sessions, the options are many. You can choose from groups that are only men or only women depending on your gender. You'll be able to benefits from groups that help to prevent relapse once you've completed the program. It will also cost less to utilize this type of therapy, rather than an inpatient program.

These are just a few of the benefits that you can gain from the intensive outpatient therapy options. You can overcome your addiction and get the support you need.

Reference
Staff. "The Benefits of Outpatient Rehab". CRCHealth. (Website).(2014)
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  • I think it's important for everyone to realise that the programs available ARE for everybody from all walks of life, and even though there does still appear to be some stigma with getting help with addiction, it's not something you should be ashamed of.

    If you think your in a position were you need help, then ask for it. You can't think we'll I'm not an addict because I've got money, a job, a family or anything like that because addiction can affect anybody, at anytime of their life, and the programs that are there, are for you, just as much as the next person.
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