How We Treat

Ways We Aid in Recovery

How We Treat

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Intensive Outpatient
Mental Health Counseling
Substance Use Disorder Counseling
Individual Counseling
Group Counseling

Need Help?

Call or Message Us

(614) 710-1496

Open Hours

Monday – Wednesday:

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Sunday – Closed

Individual Counseling

What to Expect from Individual Counseling

What good is something if you only get half of what you need? Is it worth it to buy a pair of glasses to improve your eyesight, but not buy the prescription lenses for the frames? Or to have a surgery without being stitched back up?

Recovery from addiction works the same way. To be truly successful, it often requires two parts: medication-assisted treatment such as buprenorphine or naltrexone, and ongoing addiction counseling.

According to the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (“SAMHSA”), “medications such as buprenorphine, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, provide a whole-patient approach to the treatment of opioid dependency.”

Here’s what else you can expect

Once you begin, you will probably see your doctor at least once every two weeks. At those appointments, you will also be attending individual counseling sessions that will last approximately 30 minutes. These sessions will take place at your physician’s office for your convenience and ease of care coordination.

At the individual counseling session, our goal is to not only help you work through the emotional stress of the detoxification process, but to also help you identify and change the behaviors that caused the addiction to begin with. While every addiction counselor may have their own method of organizing the sessions, he or she will talk with you and ask questions to gather as much of an understanding as possible, especially during the first few appointments.  This will be done with respect and compassion for you.

Over time, the addiction counselors will develop a strategy and work with you to set treatment goals. Many times these goals involve learning coping skills, managing emotions without turning to drugs, and enhancing social supports. At each appointment, you and your addiction counselor will work together to identify the pieces holding you back – things like damaging thoughts and beliefs, self-concepts, and behaviors and triggers.

Your addiction counselors may even assign you “homework”, such as keeping a journal. This can be extremely eye-opening for not only the counselor, but for you.

Overall, you can expect your individual counseling sessions to be judgment free, and our hope is that you will grow more and more comfortable and open with your addiction counselor over time. We are here to be your cheerleader as someone who supports you and is cheering you towards the finish line of addiction recovery.

We can do this. You can do this.

Learn more about our addiction services, including group counseling, today.

Book an Appointment

How We Treat

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)
Intensive Outpatient
Mental Health Counseling
Substance Use Disorder Counseling
Individual Counseling
Group Counseling

Individual Counseling

What to Expect from Individual Counseling

What good is something if you only get half of what you need? Is it worth it to buy a pair of glasses to improve your eyesight, but not buy the prescription lenses for the frames? Or to have a surgery without being stitched back up?

Recovery from addiction works the same way. To be truly successful, it often requires two parts: medication-assisted treatment such as buprenorphine or naltrexone, and ongoing addiction counseling.

According to the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (“SAMHSA”), “medications such as buprenorphine, in combination with counseling and behavioral therapies, provide a whole-patient approach to the treatment of opioid dependency.”

Here’s what else you can expect from individual sessions

Once you begin, you will probably see your doctor at least once every two weeks. At those appointments, you will also be attending individual counseling sessions that will last approximately 30 minutes. These sessions will take place at your physician’s office for your convenience and ease of care coordination.

At the individual counseling session, our goal is to not only help you work through the emotional stress of the detoxification process, but to also help you identify and change the behaviors that caused the addiction to begin with. While every addiction counselor may have their own method of organizing the sessions, he or she will talk with you and ask questions to gather as much of an understanding as possible, especially during the first few appointments.  This will be done with respect and compassion for you.

Over time, the addiction counselors will develop a strategy and work with you to set treatment goals. Many times these goals involve learning coping skills, managing emotions without turning to drugs, and enhancing social supports. At each appointment, you and your addiction counselor will work together to identify the pieces holding you back – things like damaging thoughts and beliefs, self-concepts, and behaviors and triggers.

Your addiction counselors may even assign you “homework”, such as keeping a journal. This can be extremely eye-opening for not only the counselor, but for you.

Overall, you can expect your individual counseling sessions to be judgment free, and our hope is that you will grow more and more comfortable and open with your addiction counselor over time. We are here to be your cheerleader as someone who supports you and is cheering you towards the finish line of addiction recovery.

We can do this. You can do this.

Learn more about our addiction services, including group counseling, today.

Book an Appointment

Need Help?

Call or Message Us

(614) 710-1496

Open Hours

Monday – Friday:

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday

10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Sunday – Closed