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Group Addiction Therapy | Outpatient Treatment Center

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Benefits of Group Addiction Therapy

Group Therapy - 1At The Treatment Center Outpatient Services, our group addiction therapy sessions help patients find healing among peers who can relate to what they are going through in a comfortable setting.

The groups are facilitated by a licensed therapist or a group facilitator who guides patients toward healing in an interactive, collaborative setting.

For more information about our intensive outpatient program, call us now.

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Our admissions counselors are available 24/7.

Benefits of Group Addiction Therapy

Addiction is a complex disease that affects each person differently. A “one-size-fits-all” approach to addiction therapy is ineffective. At The Treatment Center Outpatient Services, our licensed therapists develop an individualized treatment plan for each patient. Group therapy is often included in our patients’ treatment plans.

One of the primary benefits of group addiction therapy is that patients are surrounded by people who are going through the same struggles. By listening to another group member’s problems, patients can gain a different perspective on how to deal with their issues. In these group counseling sessions, members will often cheer each other on and help one another achieve their goals. Group therapy can be a therapeutic and rewarding experience for our patients.

In addition to group therapy, our therapists may incorporate the following services into an individual’s treatment plan:

To speak with our admissions counselors about addiction therapy, call us immediately at 561-318-4000.

Start a Sober Life Today

Group therapy sessionAt The Treatment Center Outpatient Services, we offer comprehensive outpatient drug and alcohol treatment. Addiction is a disease that affects the whole person; our treatment plans address the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of addiction.

If you’re looking for extended care, our experienced and compassionate counselors can help you. We are dedicated to supporting you as you overcome your battle with addiction.

Contact us today, and start on the path to recovery.

Call us at (844) 211-7944

Phone: (561) 318-4000


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