Programs

All programs are completely individualized. Our recommendations are based on an in-office assessment of a client’s history, current stressors, and needs. When available, we work diligently with outside providers—such as therapists, psychiatrists, interventionists, and appropriate family members—to make sure our program recommendations are in line with client history and current presentation. Our clinical team takes this feedback into account when developing each customized program. As such, there are no pre-determined, “one-size-fits-all” schedules at One to One Treatment. Programs do, however, fall into one of two categories.

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Intensive Outpatient

Our highest level of care providing a residential rehab level of structure, clinical attention, and curriculum in a non-residential setting. An intensive program is commonly 9+ hours a week and is customized to meet the client’s direct and immediate needs.

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Customizable Outpatient

A lower level of care that is an ideal aftercare option for clients graduating from a residential facility or clients who are functioning well enough in their everyday life to succeed at the outpatient level. This is also ideal for clients who have previous treatment experience and have recently relapsed or are struggling. A customizable program is commonly 6+ hours a week.

Chemical Dependency & Dual Diagnosis

A didactic and engaging curriculum that treats those suffering from substance abuse and other mental health diagnoses. Substances addressed may include, but are not limited to, alcohol, marijuana, opiates, stimulants, amphetamines, hallucinogens, prescription medication, and synthetic or designer drugs. Common mental health diagnoses include, but are not limited to, depression, anxiety, OCD, acute stress disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, and personality disorders.

The Chemical Dependency & Dual Diagnosis programs may include the following interventions:

Developmental Trauma

A focused, longer-term therapy approach to treating and resolving symptoms triggered by childhood trauma, attachment issues, personality disorders, and compulsive behaviors.

The Developmental Trauma program may include the following interventions:

Acute Trauma

A one-of-a-kind program designed to treat and resolve symptoms triggered by a concise, one-time, traumatic experience.

The Acute Trauma program may include the following interventions:

Relationships & Codependency

A structured curriculum based on the work of Pia Mellody and Post-Induction Therapy. Designed to address developmental immaturity resulting from childhood trauma.

The Relationships & Codependency program may include the following interventions:

Family

Recovery is for everyone, including those affected by a chemically dependent or struggling loved one. Families who live locally are invited to participate in treatment with their loved ones when appropriate. One to One Treatment also offers programs to families who do not necessarily have a loved one in treatment with us. Families who have loved ones in other treatment environments (such as inpatient residential, a hospital, a sober living, a third party case manager, or an outpatient program) or who have been unsuccessful in the intervention of a loved one can also benefit from the One to One approach. Our highly experienced treatment team will develop a customized treatment plan specifically for the family affected by a loved one suffering from dual diagnosis, trauma, or other mental health diagnoses. Often times the family is left with wreckage, mistrust, and hopelessness. The One to One Family Systems Program is designed to make sure the family is also in recovery, receiving a strong systemic curriculum that will aid in minimizing anxiety, resentment, and control while increasing hope, faith, and trust in the process. One to One works closely with outside treatment providers to make sure treatment goals are consistent throughout the entire family system. Each family will receive their own “recovery advocate” that will assure that everyone is on the road to recovery.

Family Curriculum may include: