Indiana residents can now participate in an in-person intensive outpatient program at Anabranch Recovery Center. Anabranch’s in-person intensive outpatient rehab therapy services are available to individuals who need more care than is available in traditional outpatient rehab.
Anabranch’s in-person intensive outpatient program (in-person IOP) provides a comprehensive and integrative treatment approach including group therapies, individual counseling, psychoeducation (educating individuals on their condition and how to effectively manage it), medication management, and psychiatric care. Participate in day therapy and spend your nights in the comfort of your own home.
The in-person IOP is held at 4001 Wabash Ave #4 Terre Haute, IN 47803 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. The IOP is 6-12 weeks depending on the patient’s readiness. The treatment program will include:
Relapse Prevention: Relapse prevention is a critical component of the treatment and recovery process for individuals dealing with substance use disorders or other addictive behaviors. The goal of relapse prevention is to help individuals identify and manage triggers, develop coping strategies, and build a strong support system to reduce the risk of returning to unhealthy patterns of substance use.
Addiction Education: Addiction education refers to the process of providing individuals, communities, and healthcare professionals with information and knowledge about addiction, its causes, consequences, and available treatment options. Education plays a crucial role in raising awareness, reducing stigma, and promoting understanding of addiction as a complex health issue.
CBT: Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a widely used therapeutic approach that focuses on the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. CBT is often delivered in a structured and time-limited format, with a focus on practical strategies and skill-building. It can be used in individual therapy, group therapy, or even self-help formats.
ACT: ACT, also known as, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, is a therapeutic approach that falls under the umbrella of cognitive-behavioral therapies. It focuses on fostering psychological flexibility—the ability to be open, adapt, and act by one’s values, even in the presence of difficult thoughts and emotions. ACT emphasizes living a meaningful life in the face of challenges and encourages individuals to move toward their values while accepting the inevitable difficulties that come with being human.
DBT: Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a therapeutic approach. DBT is often delivered in individual therapy sessions, skills training groups, and phone coaching. The comprehensive nature of DBT makes it well-suited for individuals dealing with chronic and complex emotional dysregulation. It provides a structured and skill-based approach to help individuals build a life worth living and improve their emotional well-being.
REBT: Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). REBT is based on the premise that individuals can change their emotional and behavioral responses by identifying and challenging irrational beliefs and replacing them with rational and adaptive thoughts. REBT is a structured and directive form of therapy that aims to help individuals become more aware of their irrational beliefs, challenge them, and replace them with rational alternatives. By doing so, individuals can experience more positive emotions and engage in healthier behaviors.
Mindfulness in Addiction Recovery: Mindfulness is a practice that involves cultivating awareness of the present moment without judgment. It has proven to be a valuable tool in addiction recovery, helping individuals develop coping skills, manage cravings, and build a foundation for long-term sobriety.
Meditation in Addiction Recovery: Meditation is a valuable and widely used practice in addiction recovery, providing individuals with tools to enhance self-awareness, manage stress, and support long-term sobriety. Various forms of meditation, including mindfulness meditation, transcendental meditation, and loving-kindness meditation, can be incorporated into addiction recovery programs.
Yoga in Addiction Recovery: Yoga is increasingly recognized as a beneficial and holistic practice in addiction recovery. It combines physical postures, breath control, meditation, and mindfulness to promote overall well-being and support individuals in their journey to sobriety.
Life Skills in Addiction Recovery: Life skills play a crucial role in addiction recovery by helping individuals develop the practical tools and abilities needed to navigate the challenges of daily life without turning to substances. These skills contribute to a well-rounded and sustainable recovery by addressing various aspects of personal and interpersonal functioning. Life skills are often integrated into addiction treatment programs, where individuals receive guidance and support in developing and applying these skills in real-life situations. These skills contribute to a comprehensive and sustainable recovery by empowering individuals to face life’s challenges with resilience and adaptability.
Please contact us at (888) 909-2415 for more information.