Individual and Group Therapy
Outpatient counseling – who is it for?
The Grove’s Outpatient Programs are available for adolescents and adults age 13 and above, with convenient scheduling and individualized treatment plans.
What kind of treatment can I expect to receive?
The Grove’s treatment programs encompass the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual dimensions of recovery by offering professional excellence in a safe, confidential environment. For those suffering from substance use disorders, our therapists follow the Twelve Step program.
What are the Twelve Steps?
The Twelve Steps are the principles of recovery used by Alcoholics Anonymous for over 75 years. They begin with admission that life has become unmanageable and that the user feels powerless against drugs or alcohol.
Who will lead me through my treatment plan at The Grove?
Our staff are masters-level and licensed therapists.
How do you know what kind of treatment is right for me?
We recognize that each individual who visits The Grove has unique needs. Treatment begins with a bio-psychosocial assessment to determine the treatment plan that will give you the best chance for success.
How will my family be involved?
A network of support is an important part of treatment. Family sessions are encouraged and incorporated into your treatment plan.
I think I need something more intensive, but I’m not interested in residential treatment. What do you have for me?
The three-month Intensive Outpatient Program is designed for adults and adolescents who are in need of more comprehensive counseling services.
Do you accept insurance?
The Grove accepts most private insurance and Medicaid.
What if I don’t have insurance?
We adjust our fees using a sliding scale based on income for those who qualify.
My primary language is Spanish. Can I get help at The Grove?
Yes, Spanish-speaking counseling services are available. The Grove Academy provides residential treatment for adolescents struggling with alcohol abuse and drug abuse.
Intensive Outpatient Program
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a 3-month treatment service and support program that primarily treats substance abuse. Treatment focuses on every aspect of an individual’s life, such as family and social relationships, anger and stress management, physical and mental health concerns, effective decision making skills, substance abuse education and relapse prevention, and skills to improve overall emotional well-being.
The program consists of weekly group counseling (3 hours each group), individual therapy (1 hour), and family therapy sessions as needed (1 hour). Groups consist of substance abuse and life skills education, which is discussed and processed with the counselor and other group members. Individual therapy focuses on how well the individual has been able to utilize new skills acquired in group, process their personal experiences, and monitor progress. Family therapy concentrates on how substance abuse affects the family, assisting with improving healthy boundaries, and monitoring progress of family relationships. Random urinalysis screenings are conducted throughout the treatment program.
To accommodate our patients, we offer our IOP program in the evening, so regular work and study patterns remain uninterrupted.