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INDIVIDUALIZED TREATMENT

Our outpatient treatment and individual substance abuse counseling has many distinctive advantages. First, there’s the important issue of privacy. If you don’t want to share your story with a group or are afraid that you could lose your job or family in the process, then individual treatment will likely prove beneficial. Individual substance abuse treatment sessions also mean that your counselor has more time to work with you one-on-one. Also, because group sessions are more likely to lead people to put on masks and pretend, face-to-face and private sessions with a substance abuse therapist can often mean you get to dig down deeper into the issues and reasons that result in your escape to chemical dependency. Additionally, if you feel too overwhelmed with your own problems to listen to others go on and on about their issues, individual therapy may offer greater results. Finally, at Spark of Hope, depending on your level of care, we can arrange individual treatment around your calendar instead of adjusting your schedule in order to attend group sessions.

At our outpatient treatment center you’ll have your own therapist that will meet with you one-on-one in supplement to your daily group sessions. Our therapists specialize in individual counseling to resolve issues that put clients at risk for relapse. Our therapists specialize in trauma therapy, mood disorders, and lifestyle management. Lifelong recovery often goes past just staying away from drugs and our therapists help clients rehabilitate their lives through community programs, job placement efforts, and other personalized programs to help each client succeed once they are released from treatment. Spark of Hope participates in community programs that help recovering addicts and alcoholics from outaptient treatment centers to engage in healthy activities and build a support network of other people in recovery.

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, call 1-844-398-9204 today to speak with an admissions specialist who can open the door to your new life in recovery. All calls are strictly confidential.

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