The women we treat receive clinical work that provides real-time relief from their trauma symptoms and teaches effective skills and strategies that our clients can utilize independently.
The effects of trauma and addiction intersect in insidious and subtle ways that affect three major areas – mind, body, and spirit. The curriculum at Emerge Recovery is centered around these areas and comprehensively addresses the aggregate of a woman.
The clinical framework from our curriculum is rooted in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), which provides the best with the model of healing and enables our clients to “emerge” as the best version of themselves.
Trauma and addiction build and maintain their strength through a perpetual cycle of avoidance. Acceptance empowers women to overcome fear and face the issues they are running from. Anyone who has effectively recovered from trauma and/or addiction knows that a “commitment” to change was the foundation to their recovery.
We teach our clients how to regain control over their mind, body and spirit from the grips of trauma and addiction so they may live presently.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)
Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) is a structured trauma and substance abuse disorder treatment program that last 3-hours a day, three days per week. IOP allows clients to continue with their normal, day-to-day lives in a way that residential treatment programs do.
Outpatient Program (OP)
Outpatient (OP) is a structured therapeutic group and process group which takes place once a week, over 2 hours. OP allows clients to continue developing therapeutic skills and processes as they continue to build a life of long-term recovery.