Stick With Recovery at The Carter Treatment Center
To remain successful in your recovery process, you may need a high level of support, especially at first. That’s why The Carter Treatment Center offers partial hospitalization programs (PHPs) in Suwanee, Georgia. With 6 hours of therapeutic programming, 5 days a week, you will be introduced to the fundamentals of recovery and learn how to navigate the ups and downs of life – without substances.
Recovery is a possibility, and we can help you achieve it with our partial hospitalization programs at The Carter Treatment Center.
Call us at (678) 737-4430 to get started.
"I love The Carter Treatment Center so much because for the first time in my existence I came out with peace, self love and most of all confidence that I will make it much further this time."C.M.
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Partial hospitalization is a type of intensive outpatient care in which clients spend their weekdays at a recovery center and go home in the evening and on the weekends. Partial hospitalization is a step down from the around-the-clock care you would get at an inpatient program, and many clients come to us after spending time in inpatient care.
On the continuum of care for addiction treatment, PHPs are a Level II service. Some clients graduate to this level after inpatient programs (Levels III and IV) and others start with Level II because it allows them to keep outside commitments.
At The Carter Treatment Center, we help people who are struggling with addiction find the light at the end of the tunnel. We do so with several tools, including individual and group therapy, education, self-care, and planning.
When you participate in our PHP, you will have access to the following groups and courses:
- Stress Management: learn and practice skills to reduce stress and the effects of stress on your emotions and relationships.
- Emotion Navigation: learn to identify and experience emotion. You will experience four basic emotions via experiential identification processes and explore/tolerate them through natural progression. We want you to be able to navigate and tolerate basic and complex emotions without feeling the need to utilize maladaptive behaviors or substances
- Recovery 101: learn about the science behind addiction and recovery. You will explore the physiological and psychological changes that you experience through the disease of addiction, as well as in recovery.
- Recovery Resilience: learn skills and strategies to strengthen your recovery by increasing your knowledge of coping skills and seemingly irrelevant decisions and behaviors; identifying high-risk situations, and planning for continued recovery.
- Coping Skills: learn and practice specific skills to employ in high-risk situations. You will learn a range of skills, from participating in mindfulness and meditations strategies to participating in physical activities, that strengthen your recovery by building your self-efficacy.
- Resilience and Identity Development: participate in groups designed to help you identify the recovering person that you are developing into through the process of your treatment. You will build self-esteem, self-efficacy, and self-awareness to strengthen your recovery.
- Special Recovery Topics: participate in psychotherapeutic groups about family dynamics, trauma, interpersonal relationships, and topics specifically designed to bring up issues that are typical hurdles for people in early recovery. We believe that if you tackle these issues in an intentional therapeutic setting, you are better able to navigate them when they arise in recovery.
- Grief and Loss: participate in groups designed to help you heal from the grief and losses experienced through the disease of addiction and in the recovery process.
- Self-Care in Recovery: learn, identify, and practice self-care strategies and skills. You will learn the importance of taking time to care for yourself in recovery.
- Perspective: practice looking at your substance-use disorder and recovery from differing perspectives to learn cognitive and emotional skills and understand your unique recovery process.
- Emotion Regulation: practice specific emotion regulation skills from DBT, ACT, and other modalities to decrease the effects of extreme emotions.
- Client Presentation Group: bring inspirational articles, music, meditations, videos, etc., to present to the group, allowing participants to inform one another’s recovery.
- Timeline/History/Progression: explore your life history and the progression of your disease to increase your understanding and perspective of recovery.
- Conflict Resolution: identify and practice resolution skills, resulting in less conflict-avoidance and more self-efficacy and awareness.
- Values: identify personal, family, societal, etc., values to utilize to strengthen your recovery.
- Process: participate in group-led processing to explore emotions, challenge thoughts, and hold one another accountable.
- Recovery Skills: identify and practice specific skills that strengthen recovery: support group attendance, spirituality, self-disclosure, appropriate challenging, etc.
- CBT/DBT Skills: practice cognitive and dialectical behavior therapies to practice skills that increase recovery behaviors.
- Recovery Maintenance: identify and practice relapse prevention skills and identify recovery maintenance plans for the weekend and long-term recovery.
- Boundaries: learn to identify what boundaries are and when boundaries are missing, need to be set, and how to lovingly enforce boundaries with loved ones, coworkers, and yourself. You will also learn to respect other’s boundaries.
- Commitment: explore the concept of commitment. Recovery requires multiple commitments that need to be highlighted and honored.
- Weekend Recovery Maintenance: practice planning for the weekend in order to thoughtfully strengthen your short-term recovery goals.
As you can see, our PHP addresses recovery from every angle. When you explore all these tools, you are bound to find a few that work well for you.
Additionally, all the time you spend learning is time away from substances and temptation.
If you still have questions about what to expect, you can always give us a call or check out our FAQ.