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San Diego Outpatient Rehab
Types of Outpatient Treatment
Benefits of Outpatient Treatment
Intensive outpatient rehabs can be a regular standard to remain engaged and focused on recovery during this period. Clients are continuously learning effective coping mechanisms to achieve recovery. They have the opportunity to start applying these skills as they begin to function in their day-to-day lives.
When selecting the advantages of one treatment approach, the individual’s needs, resources, and the likelihood of success must be taken into consideration.
Benefits of Outpatient Treatment Include:
Why Choose Outpatient Rehab?
What to Expect?
Common types of group sessions for an IOP include:
The therapies used in IOP include:
The goal of drug tests is not necessarily to “catch” them in the act of using. More so to reassure that participants are adhering to the program’s rules. It is also important to protect other participating members from substance use. If someone is using, it could be a sign that the individual may need a higher level of treatment.
When is Inpatient Treatment Better?
People who will more likely benefit from an inpatient program are not mentally strong enough to resist negative influences. Additionally, an individual who does not have a reliable support system in their home environment would also be a good candidate. The choice ultimately comes down to the patient’s situation and should be a joint decision with an addiction specialist.
How Long Does Outpatient Rehab Last?
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Medically Reviewed By:
Dr. Sanjai Thankachen
Dr. Sanjai Thankachen graduated from Adichunchanagiri Institute of Medicine in 2000. He completed his residency in psychiatry in 2008 at Creedmoor Psychiatric Center in New York. Dr. Thankachen is currently working with Pacific Neuropsychiatric Specialists in an outpatient practice, as well as working at multiple in-patient psychiatric and medical units bringing his patients the most advanced healthcare treatment in psychiatry. Dr. Thankachen sees patients with an array of disorders, including depression, bipolar illness, schizophrenia, anxiety, and dementia-related problems.
Edited for Clinical Accuracy By:
Sean Leonard, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
Sean Leonard is a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner. He received his master’s degree in adult geriatric primary care nurse practitioner from Walden University and a second postmaster specialty in psychiatry mental health nurse practitioner from Rocky Mountain University. Sean has experience working in various diverse settings, including an outpatient clinic, inpatient detox and rehab, psychiatric emergency, and dual diagnosis programs. His specialty areas include substance abuse, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, PTSD, ADHD, and OCD.
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