How Daylight’s Partial Hospitalization Programs Workshop
In the simplest terms, you can think of Daylight’s Partial Hospitalization Program as a more comprehensive version of our Intensive Outpatient Programs. The process begins with a detailed assessment of the PHP client’s background, substance history, and unique emotional needs. Once this is accomplished, we work with the client to come up with a custom made treatment plan, one that we will modify as needed as treatment continues.
PHP clients usually report to our facility five days a week, for total of approximately thirty hours of various treatments. While enrolled in a partial hospitalization program, clients typically live in a collaborative housing setting and continue to work and contribute to the care of their family. PHP thus offers some of the same opportunities for real life application of recovery principles that IOP does.
The treatment sessions consist of both individual and group therapy work. The individual sessions are typically reserved for some of the more private difficulties that contribute to addiction. These may include trauma therapy, CBT sessions, and various other modes that are deemed appropriate to an individual client’s recovery.
The content of the groups sessions are highly variable, but usually include things like relapse prevention, peer support, and acclimation to 12-step or other long term support programs. They also provide clients with the opportunity to become integrated into the larger recovery community that has helped provide thousands of addicts and alcoholics true long term relief.
Like everything else we do at Daylight Detox and Recovery Center, our PHP is committed to a single and unified purpose– to provide our long suffering clients with a strong foundation for permanent recovery.