The Transitional Outpatient Program From Total Health Concepts

The Transitional Outpatient Program From Total Health Concepts

At Total Health Concepts, LLC, we offer support for individuals and families suffering from eating disorders, addictions, and trauma. An outpatient program is your way of making sure all the hard work you put into your recovery process isn’t jeapordized when you leave to go back to the “real” world.

The path to recovery is different for every person. What is not different is the need for continued outpatient therapy in order to address core underlying issues and to help transition back to daily life, healthy behaviors, and supportive relationships.

At Total Health Concepts, we specialize in the transition as an essential step in the recovery process. Contact us to learn more about our Individualized Transitional Outpatient Program and how it can help you.

Total Health Concepts: Transitional Outpatient Program

The Total Health Concepts TOP (Transitional Outpatient Program) is a comprehensive, intensive program, individualized for each client and his or her family’s healing and recovery needs.

As part of the work we do, we transition clients from Residential, PHP or IOP treatment programs. We help them learn to live healthily, function independently in their environment, and grow to the next level of recovery by forming healthy relationships and healing and restoring families.

Our focus includes building self-esteem, confidence, and competency. We teach skills to cope with change, anxiety, life pressures, and significant life events. We foster self-worth, identity, and resiliency.

Our program includes:

 

  • Identity/Self Discovery

    Explore the true self; identify self-worth, self-esteem, core beliefs and values, and develop an internal sense of control.

 

  • Functional Independence Skills

    Learn to cope with the normal processes of daily life (hygiene, cleaning, cooking, job, school, etc). Build competencies in important areas of life, and develop the confidence to cope with daily stress. Become independent and launch from the family system. 
  • Emotion-Focused Therapy

    Utilize Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT) and Psychodynamic Therapy to identify and address feelings, barriers and deeper core issues and wounds that sabotage recovery and could cause relapses. 
  • Therapeutic Skills Training

    Utilize CBT and DBT to address negative thinking, poor body image, and self-harming behaviors. Develop tools to cope with life and learn skills for self-care, coping, healing and recovery. 
  • Nutrition Therapy and Meal Support

    Exposure to fears and irrational beliefs around foods, weight and body image; challenging eating rituals, providing supportive meal time assistance to reconnect to body cues; and changing relationships with foods. 
  • Family/Relationship Therapy

    Utilize family systems approach to address family symptoms and enhance dynamics, roles, and communication. Supporting the client and healing the family and home environment. 
  • Experiential /Exposure Therapy

    Challenge anxiety, negative beliefs, perceptions, and overcome barriers and fears. Slowly reintroducing life activities, socialization, job, school, and daily functioning and accountability. Challenging rigid, compulsive behaviors and addictions, and helping clients live a full and healthy life. 
  • Expressive Therapy

    Help clients connect to their feelings, find their voice, and discover their own way of expressing themselves. Utilizing journaling, gentle yoga and movement, breath-meditation, drawing, and artwork.

Outpatient Transitioning With Total Health Concepts

Recovery is a challenging process. The goal of our Transitional Outpatient Program is to help clients practice learned coping skills and to challenge deep-seated sabotaging behaviors in a safe setting.

Clients learn that when these challenges inevitably come up,  they have the ability and skills they need to succeed and continue on their journey.

Contact Total Health Concepts to discover your true self and learn the coping skills and tools for long-term recovery and relapse prevention.

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