What is Day Treatment?Day treatment is a great transition for individuals leaving residential treatment who have more work to do on their recovery journeys. Day treatment is a partial-hospitalization program for adults and teens suffering with addiction or mental disorders, and consists of 25 hours per week of groups and/or services each week. It is more intensive than an outpatient program, but unlike residential programs, those in recovery return to their homes each night. Our comprehensive day treatment program is personalized to meet the needs of each individual who entrusts us with their care. The goal of day treatment is to progress the client to an outpatient program and keep them moving forward with all the support they need.
If you or a loved one are seeking a day treatment center for mental health or addiction recovery, contact Pathways at (801) 895-3006 to Receive a Free Consultation.
Is Behavioral Health Day Treatment Right for You or Your Loved One?Each person’s needs will determine their treatment plan, but generally, day treatment will consist of the following:
- Medical Services: We can perform genetic testing to help you learn what medications work for you AND what precise dose based on your unique genetic makeup. This is an invaluable service for those in our day treatment program who are taking medication for their behavioral and mental health.
- Individual Therapy: One-on-one counseling with a therapist can help you manage thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a positive way. Our therapy sessions are designed to help you identify issues and equip you with strategies to change unwanted thoughts or behaviors.
- Group Therapy: Group therapy allows individuals to learn and gain insight from other people’s experiences and to practice productive communication skills with the guidance of a skilled counselor.
- Family Therapy: Family Therapy empowers the individual to see the effects that their behavior or condition is having on their loved ones. It also gives the family members insight into the struggle that the inflicted individual is going through, making it easier for them to understand and really help their loved one.
- Relapse Prevention: Towards the end of treatment, a trained addiction specialist will work with you to help you become aware of your own relapse triggers and create new relapse prevention skills.