Outpatient Counseling

Outpatient counseling is a level of care with the least amount of restriction.
It provides patients with more freedom of movement which allows them to maintain their regular daily commitments and activities.
The therapy can be individual or group based.
Outpatient counseling sessions are conducted by a counselor at the agency's office.
There are some occasions when a client may bring a partner or family member to a session, however, the focus will remain on the identified client.
The program empowers individuals to build skills needed to begin the recovery process.
Outpatient programs also focus on family support and involvement, and an immediately positive element of outpatient treatment is that patients can automatically apply the lessons learned from outpatient treatment programs to their daily experiences.