Mind Therapy Clinic offers Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP), which is an intensive behavioral health treatment program that offers a personalized, customized and multidisciplinary approach to treating psychiatric, dual-diagnosis and addictive disorders. It is designed specifically for those who are working toward recovery from drug abuse and addictive behaviors that interfere with day-to-day function.
Mind Therapy Clinic’s Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) assists clients with primary psychiatric diagnosis that requires intensive support and structure without 24-hour supervision. For some, PHP offers an alternative or the next step from hospital or residential programs. For those requiring housing during the program, we collaborate with skilled housing providers.
Our Medication-Assisted Program for Addiction include Suboxone® and Vivitrol® Treatments for men and women in a safe environment, respecting the client and their personal treatment needs, and utilizing current addiction and mental health protocols. Suboxone® and Vivitrol® are treatments in which prescription medications are used, in combination with behavioral therapies, to provide a whole-patient approach to the treatment of substance use disorders. With counseling, psychosocial support, and guidance of a Mind Therapy Clinic medical doctor or nurse practitioner who is waivered to treat opioid dependence, medication-assisted treatments may help manage opioid dependence. The treatment is initiated under the supervision of doctors and nurse practitioners, and incorporate initial assessment, medical support, client-centered treatment planning, individual counseling, family and group therapy, and random drug testing .
Suboxone is effective new treatment options for addiction to heroin and prescription narcotic painkillers such as Oxycontin and Vicodinare. Suboxone is a "partial opiate," meaning that it gives the brain something like what it is used to without the dangers associated with "full opiates" such as Heroin, Vicodin, or Methadone. It provides longer-lasting relief and reduce the reliance on daily medication dosages
Another new treatment option for addiction to heroin, morphine and opiate painkillers that was recently approved by the FDA consists of monthly injections of a drug called Vivitrol. This drug, known generically as naltrexone, works on the body differently than methadone or buprenorphine. It actually blocks the effects of opioid drugs and reduces the craving to take them.
Addiction Treatment Group Therapy
Stress and Addiction Group for Adults
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)/STAIR Skills Training
Mens' Psychotherapy Group
Women's Psychotherapy Group
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Group
Experiential Psychotherapy Group
Interpersonal Skills Group
Emotions and Compulsions
Post Traumatic Growth
Self-Compassion Around Trauma