Our intensive outpatient program teaches relapse preventions skills, improves communication skills, helps to heal family relationships strained by the effects of substance abuse and develops a practical skill set to deal with cravings and triggers. IOP provides up to 15 hours per week of individual, group and family therapy. After completing an intensive outpatient program, clients often move to our outpatient program.
Our outpatient program is ideal for clients who are transitioning from IOP to a lower level of care and for those with an established period of sobriety who are seeking to fortify an existing recovery plan to maintain abstinence. This program expands clients’ coping skills and cultivates interpersonal relationships while improving self-awareness, psychological growth and emotional well-being. OP includes up to seven hours each week of individual, group and family therapy.
Young Professional Program
Our Young Professional Program offers treatment services to young adults who require outpatient treatment during evening hours. This program is ideal for working young-adults and full-time students who are coping with addiction and related conditions that are negatively affecting their sense of well-being and overall ability to function. The Young Professional program provides individual sessions: twice weekly group support and psychiatric services.
Assessment and Prevention Program
This unique 10-week program evaluates any indication of substance and associated mental health disorders and motivates clients to seek and embrace sobriety. Clients learn to recognize and manage behavior related to substance use and develop support systems to help them meet their long-term goals. This program offers individual therapy, drug testing, sober support activities and participation in group substance education. Parents play an integral role in our assessment and prevention program. Family members attend weekly skill groups and family therapy consultations, learning how to support each other on their recovery journey. After completing this program, clients are encouraged to seek New York Center for Life’s outpatient services. Patient Referral Process
Continuing Care Program
Designed to help clients understand and prevent relapse, this program works to identify each person’s unique triggers and help them develop the skills to combat cravings and control their response to triggers. This program lasts 12 weeks.
Addiction is a family disease; what affects one affects all members. This program is designed for parents who do not have a child enrolled at the Center. Weekly individual sessions with the family therapist are available, as well as a monthly workshop providing tips for how to influence your child’s behavior, improve your family’s communication and heal the family system overall. Parents learn about the basics of substance abuse, acquire prevention tools and attend group and individual support sessions.
Group therapy gives clients the opportunity to see that they are not alone in battling substance abuse. Interactive group sessions allow clients to learn from the successes and setbacks of others and build a peer support network to strengthen their own sobriet
One-on-one time with our therapists and psychiatrist will get to the root of the substance abuse, uncovering and addressing the motivation behind the initial substance use.
Intensive Family Workshops
Individual Family Therapy
Multifamily Group Therapy
Led by our resident family therapist and senior clinician, these sessions invite clients and parents to discuss familial challenges faced in early recovery. Group members learn and grow from each other’s experiences
Yoga and Mindfulness
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