Intensive Outpatient Addiction Recovery Program
There are many times in life where the pressure and stress become too heavy to bear. Whether it is the stress of a job, the loss of someone you love, a significant life transition, or just the general overwhelm that life brings – it is natural to feel like you are carrying almost more than you can handle. This is where individual counseling comes in.
Here are some of the common reasons why people come to therapy:
- Experiencing chronic stress and feeling overwhelmed.
- Feeling drained from relationships or work.
- Significant life transitions or struggles.
- Intake/Evaluation Session (in person or via Zoom).
- 3 Weekly In-Person Group Therapy Sessions.
- Weekly Individual Counselling Session (In person or via Zoom).
Maintain Your Personal Responsibilities
Whether you’re struggling with everyday life, dealing with painful loss, or encountering more severe mental health issues, therapy can provide you with genuine support and reflection. Seeking out therapy can be a challenging process, but the act itself demonstrates your desire to access support in a meaningful way. The pace and goals of therapy are determined by the client, and the confidential nature of therapy allows many people to feel comfortable sharing deep-rooted concerns or anxietie
Apply the Recovery Skills You’re Learning in Real-Life
Long-term recovery happens in real-life situations – those everyday situations that can trigger thoughts and urges leading to substance use or problem gambling. Recovery Foundations provides you the opportunity to develop and practice recovery skills in real-life scenarios, with the support of an experienced addiction counsellor.
Is this Right for Me?
Recovery Foundations is ideal for individuals 18 years of age or older who require more than weekly or monthly outpatient support and do not require immediate withdrawal management.
Recovery Foundations provides evidence-based Cognitive-Behavioral treatment.
No Fixed-Length Program
Our main focus is on your personal recovery. Fixed-length programs often overlook the fact that recovery is a unique process for each individual. Some people may progress faster, while others may need more time to develop the necessary skills.
No Wait List
If you don’t require medical detox there’s no wait to start the program. If you do need medical detox, you can begin as soon as it is completed.