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Outpatient Rehab in Atlanta

Outpatient Rehab in Atlanta

When people who struggle with drug and/or alcohol addiction seek treatment, they may have responsibilities that might stop them from getting treatment. Despite a common concern they might have in living in a facility with many rules and restrictions, our outpatient rehab in Atlanta can help someone wherever they call home. 

Outpatient Rehab Atlanta offers a fresh start.

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At Empowered Recovery, we offer outpatient rehab in Atlanta for those who wish to get the valuable care they need while still enjoying the convenience of living in their own home. Learn more about how we can help someone overcome addiction today. 

What is an Outpatient Rehab?

There are two types of patient programs for those wanting addiction treatment: inpatient and outpatient programs. Inpatient rehab requires someone to live at the facility they are getting treatment from. This may be for those who are not yet ready to confidently live their own life without substances.

Outpatient programs on the other hand allow the patient the freedom to live in their own house while getting treatment. This is a flexible type of treatment that grants the patient the freedom to still go to work, attend school, or take care of their children, for example.

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Outpatient treatment ranges from person to person depending on their level of addiction. Usually, it can take around one to seven days a week and from a few hours to several for treatment times. It should be noted that outpatient rehab is not for everyone. However, inpatient care may be best for someone who has great difficulties with drug or alcohol addiction and does not live in a stable supportive household. 

Someone should consider outpatient programs after finishing treatments and completing an inpatient program. Outpatient programs ease someone into the life they want to live after going through the necessary initial treatments. This way, they can get the help they need to live a better and sober life. Our outpatient rehab in Atlanta offers them beneficial services while they maintain a healthy life of sobriety at home.

What is Outpatient Rehab in Atlanta Like?

Our outpatient rehab provides someone with all the necessary treatment without living at a treatment facility. This sort of treatment is not as intense as inpatient programs either. So, it won’t disrupt their daily life when they receive treatment. 

During outpatient rehab, people will be able to meet with therapists or counselors to conduct weekly appointments. We offer a wide variety of therapies to help people manage their addiction and decrease the risk of possible relapsing.

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As a patient completes treatment, they will have less appointments. Our goal is to improve their quality of life through our program. If there is proven success in a person’s progress, soon there will no longer be a need for treatments. That’s what our outpatient programs strive to do for our patients. 

Maintaining sobriety is difficult to do alone, even if someone thinks they can go back to living their regular life. If someone has concerns about possible relapse, need help with any present co-occurring disorders, or for general assistance, outpatient rehab in Atlanta may be best.

What Happens at Outpatient Rehab?

During outpatient rehab, our patients will have a chance to go through the many therapies we provide. These treatments can help patients understand the root of their addiction. As well, they can help them find better ways to communicate, cope with stress and build healthier relationships.

Below are the services we offer, including: 

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

CBT aims to change any harmful behaviors the patients still have. It focuses on how their beliefs and behaviors influence their actions. They will work with their counselor to find the best approach to resisting any negative ideas that might cause a relapse. 

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

DBT is similar to CBT. The difference is that CBT focuses to help the patient cope with and manage their stress levels and anxieties. Through this type of therapy, a person will be able to regulate emotions that might surface from withdrawal, and improve relationships with friends and family.

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Group Therapy

In group therapy, someone is encouraged to explore and share emotions together rather than as an individual. Group therapy usually consists of six to eight people per group. In this space, everyone can learn from their peers. Anything discussed in the group strictly stays within the group. This will give patients a greater understanding that they are not alone in their struggles. 

Family Therapy

Family therapy allows family members to talk to one another in a safe space. This will help with any issues that might have developed because of substance abuse. As well, it can help with anything else that needs to be discussed and resolved. If there seems to be recurring conflict, the desire to communicate needs, or someone craves family support, family therapy is a great way to start. 

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is the most common type of therapy to explore solutions and coping mechanisms for addiction and mental health disorders. Patients will go through a one-on-one session with a therapist or counselor to discuss their behaviors, thoughts, and emotions. Individual therapy alleviates a range of different problems that come with addiction.

Trauma Therapy

For some people, traumatic experiences are closely linked to their reason for substance abuse. After any sort of traumatic event, that person is most likely to develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The National Library of Medicine states 40% of Americans who have PTSD develop substance use disorders. When these difficulties take control over one’s life, it’s hard to live a life of sobriety. Trauma therapy is meant to cope with these lingering pains from the past.

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Many people think addiction treatment only takes place in facilities, but that is not true. Our outpatient rehab in Atlanta offers a very flexible approach to treatment for those who have already undergone treatments before. At Empowered Recovery, we provide the best services for you as you live your life to the fullest. You can choose from any of our therapies and services we offer to get the most out of your treatments.

If you think you or a loved one will benefit from our program, don’t hesitate to contact us or visit our admissions page today. 



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