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Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is designed to fit in conjunction with your daily
schedule and career to prevent a period of absence from your occupation. This will allow
you to live at home instead of residing in-patient at a facility. Intensive Outpatient
Programs typically require three hours, three or four days a week. Treatment programs
are flexible with morning, afternoon or evening sessions to accommodate your work,
family, and other obligations while working to actively support your recovery.

Outpatient Program –  The biggest distinction between the Intensive Outpatient and
Outpatient Program (OP) is the amount of time spent in group therapy. Outpatient
Programs consist of three hours of therapy only once or twice a week. Typically, the
Outpatient Program is for clients who have demonstrated motivation to stay clean,
developed a good support system and an atmosphere that supports their sobriety. Many
times this program is suitable for people who have just finished an inpatient program or
an Intensive Outpatient Program.

Interventions
Is your loved one in denial about having an addiction? Or does he/she minimize the
negative effects of his/her dependency? These are both major symptoms of alcoholism,
chemical dependency, and other compulsive disorders like gambling. A family
intervention is an orchestrated effort designed to influence a person’s decision to seek
treatment.
Family intervention is a way for the family and friends to confront the one they care for
with kindness and respect and direct honesty. This will help pierce any defensiveness
from the addicted loved one and also help them see the damage caused by their
behavior.  Because family intervention is done by a group of family and friends, it’s
impact is far more powerful than an individual could ever create on their own.
The benefits and goals of family interventions are:
 Removes any secrecy around the addiction
 Create a shift to make way for positive change
 Minimize the denial of the person needing help
 Start the journey toward recovery and a new life
 Help the family begin to heal and move forward

At LSR, we realize that not every individual readily recognizes the effect that their drug and
alcohol use has had on their lives and the lives of their families.  At LSR, our certified
interventionists help bridge this gap, by developing a supportive and compassionate plan of
intervention for your loved one. Our highly skilled and certified interventionists are trained to
help you deal with your loved one, their problem, and to gain an understanding of the
uniqueness of your situation.

One of the main benefits of bringing an expert in intervention into the process is that person is
not part of the current family dynamic – they have not been compromised by years of
manipulation and maneuvering on the part of the addict.  The interventionist is able to filter out
manipulative behaviors and bring the full picture of the addiction into the light. No longer can the
addict hide within the chaos he or she has created – everyone is completely informed and a
consensus has been reached.

LSR’s addiction interventionists also serve as case managers. There can be a lot of benefits in
having a neutral third-party facilitate the process of admission to treatment, discharge planning,
and after-care therapy and recovery support. Family members are often seen as critical and
distrustful – and for good reason – it’s hard not to be critical and mistrustful when your loved one
has been abusing alcohol or drugs for many years. The interventionist can be a sounding board
not only for the addict, but for loved ones who might be struggling with the major changes to the
family dynamic before, during, and after treatment.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Outpatient Program

Interventions

Treatment Methods: In order to treat the scope of issues facing today’s addict, LSR utilizes a multi-modal approach.
The treatment components are made up of:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Small Group Therapy
  • Psychoeducation
  • Family Counseling
  • Life Skills Education
  • Case Management
  • Vocational / Employment Support
  • Recovery and Empowerment Coaching
  • Peer Support Groups
  • 12 – Step Education
  • SMART Recovery
  • Health Education
  • Nutrition/Wellness Education
  • Relapse Prevention Education
  • Individual Aftercare Planning

LSR clinical staff is committed to providing trauma-informed care while utilizing evidence-based
treatment models such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy
(REBT), Development Model of Recovery (DMR), Relapse Prevention Model (PR), Life-Skills,
Vocational and Educational Skills, Stages of Change, and Motivational Interviewing (MI). Co-
occurring issues, such as depression and anxiety, will be addressed professionally either in-
house or through care referrals as needed.

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