Individual counseling is a face-to-face encounter between a client and a counselor. Its purpose is to assist clients in achieving treatment objectives through the exploration of their personal drug and alcohol issues and their ramifications. The individual counseling includes an examination of attitudes and feelings, consideration of alternative solutions, decision-making, and discussing educational material with regard to drug and alcohol-related problems. Individual counseling can involve family members, legal guardians, and significant others.
Group counseling is a face-to-face encounter between multiple clients and a counselor. In group counseling, clients’ treatment objectives are achieved through group discussions of attitudes and feelings, possible solutions, and sensible decision-making.
Family Counseling is a face-to-face encounter between a client, family members, and a counselor. The purpose of family counseling is to create an open, honest dialogue between the client and family members. After all, those with the support of family members are more likely to be successful in beating drug and alcohol addiction.
Case management is a service that aids clients in gaining access to needed medical, social, and educational resources. Case management services may involve family members and other professionals such as doctors and educators.
All treatment services are provided by licensed professionals, in compliance with OHMAS and Sojourner Recovery Services Standards of Care.