isn’t easy…
guide you.

Group Counseling

kp counseling offers a number of group counseling services for a good reason – group counseling provides a multitude of benefits for individuals. One of the primary advantages to group therapy is it helps you meet others whose struggles are similar to your own. Although each individual’s issues are unique, many find it comforting to learn from and share with others whose experiences are similar to theirs. In addition, group counseling allows you the opportunity to be your “real” self in a safe space where you can try new things and receive helpful, encouraging, supportive feedback from other members.

Group counseling often focuses on helping members try out new ways of relating to others, practice social skills, learn new coping methods, and develop new approaches to life stressors. Some groups have a specific topic they focus on or a theme, whereas other groups have a general focus but the content is open to the group’s decision. Typically, prior to starting a group counseling experience you will need to meet with or talk to the group’s facilitator to ensure the group will be able to meet your needs.

Addiction Groups for Both Outpatient and IOP

Adult Outpatient
Our outpatient treatment program provides patients with a comprehensive range of services 5 days per week, without room or board. Patients will be provided with the tools to address both substance abuse and any parallel psychiatric disorders that may be paired with addiction. We pride ourselves on the in-depth services we provide adults with this treatment, especially in the individualization of treatments. We use a medical model to treat these addictive disorders, but it is very much tailored to the needs of each patient. Each of our patients receives a specific plan to follow each day during treatment.

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) involves engaging heavily in group therapy sessions, typically in small groups that support an intimate and safe environment. All patients continue to see a personal therapist at least once weekly, but part of this step of treatment is learning about recovery from a group perspective, learning and growing with peers.

On July 30th, our current electronic health system will transition to a new and advanced system to better serve you: Athena. Prior to the transition date, you will be sent a registration link to create a new patient account in Athena. If you have any immediate questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your therapist, or call our office to speak to a staff member.