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Individual Therapy Sessions
Attend weekly therapy sessions at one of our outpatient facilities with your assigned therapist during phase one, and then on an as-needed basis.
Individual Recovery Counseling Sessions
Attend weekly counseling sessions with a certified counselor, to keep the focus on your recovery as you assimilate into life back within your home or academic environment.
Experiential Therapies & Groups
Participate in a variety of experiential therapies including (but not limited to) music therapy, yoga, and meditation, that awaken your sense of experience and connection to nature, others and self.
This weekly group brings together all outpatient families to focus on issues such as effective communication, healthy boundaries, conflict resolution, family dynamics, and parenting skills.
Parent Support Group
This weekly group gives parents a forum to gather in a supportive environment, without their children, to discuss various issues.
Family Therapy Sessions
Outpatient participants and family members have weekly or bimonthly sessions with their assigned family therapist, designed to encourage positive communication and increased awareness of self and others.
Positive Parenting Education Series
Our clinicians present a monthly Positive Parenting education series, featuring experts speaking on relevant topics that parents need to know about.
Prepare for college or the start of your career with our 100% personalized and professional academic and life skills program developed by clinical and educational experts.
As you reach your goals, our treatment team works directly with your support
network outside Newport Institute to ensure that your relapse prevention plan
allows you to seamlessly transition into the next stage of life as you move
toward fulfillment and success.
Is Outpatient Treatment
Right for Me?
Our Outpatient Treatment Program treats young adults who are experiencing psychological, behavioral, or substance abuse issues, through comprehensive, evidence-based plans tailored to each individual. At Newport Institute, outpatient treatment is crucial for moments of development in a young person’s life, such as
- Stepping down from residential care
- Finding challenges acclimating to life at college
- Starting on the path of a rewarding career
- Balancing personal treatment and recovery
- Strengthening family relationships
Full Continuum of Care
Upon entering the Outpatient Treatment Program, each client receives a personalized plan with a multi-phase system established by our expert treatment team. The plan builds upon what has been achieved in prior treatment, and encompasses the following:
- Tailored treatment for each individual’s goals and creative passions
- A phase system that provides incentive for progress
- Supported reflection along the way
- Focus on fostering self-awareness
- An attachment-based therapeutic approach that strengthens family relationships
- Balance of personal treatment and recovery groups
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
Which Newport Institute program is right for me?
Whether to seek treatment is one of the most difficult decisions that you or a loved one may face. It is not a decision you should have to make on your own. We offer confidential, 24/7 support with a dedicated team to discuss the options and next steps to help you achieve your goals.
Can I continue my experiential therapy?
Yes, all experiential elements of care from residential programs can be continued alongside outpatient care, including (but not limited to) animal-assisted therapy, music therapy, and guided meditation.
How many hours a day is PHP?
The Newport Institute Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is typically six to eight hours per day, five days a week. Each day of programming includes 4+ hours of clinical and experiential therapy and an academic/life skills component.
What sets the Newport Institute outpatient treatment program apart?
Newport Institute’s team includes some of the country’s leading experts in clinical, medical, and experiential therapy. Our programs emphasize mindfulness-based relapse prevention. Our outpatient rehabilitation programs are specifically tailored to the individual, based on evidence and experience, to help achieve the best possible outcome. Our focus is not only on immediate recovery, but also on achieving sustainable results that rebuild family relationships and lead to success in life.
All of Newport Institute’s family therapists are trained in Attachment-Based Family Therapy and recognize how important it is for the family to be involved in the recovery process. We also offer family education services, including weekly and monthly parent support groups. These sessions can be an invaluable resource to help parents understand how best to navigate the treatment journey, with the guidance of others who have gone through the process and achieved success.
Do I have to be in residential treatment first?
Not necessarily. Newport Institute’s healthcare advisors can help you assess your options and determine the best path forward. Our staff is available 24/7 to discuss your needs and help you decide which program is right for your family.
What does IOP stand for in mental health treatment?
IOP stands for Intensive Outpatient Program. IOP outpatient progams are appropriate for clients who are able to remain at home and are doing well in the school environment, but need additional therapeutic support. This type of outpatient treatment program for young adults is typically delivered three to five days a week for up to three hours per day.