Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Program
The Florida House Experience Partial Hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs are designed to prepare our recovering clients for a healthy transition into the community and society. The goal of our programs is for you to be able to manage day-to-day challenges and stresses without drugs or alcohol, integrate into the community, and apply learned recovery skills to real life settings. As a PHP, you will be attending treatment for the course of the full day and return home or to our sober living in the evening. In intensive outpatient, you have the ability to work or attend school during the day, continue therapy sessions in the evenings, and still return to our sober living housing at night. These phases allows you more independence in your pursuit of long lasting sobriety as you seek employment and transition to a healthy work-life balance, while continuing to reside on our sober living campus.
Among the clinical services offered during the partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient phase are:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Self-Help Groups
- Recovery Support Workshops
- Life Skills
- Relapse Prevention
Depending on client’s history and severity of conditions, they may qualify for one or more of our specialized treatment programs. The Florida House Experience is distinct in that we offer, which includes a variety of specialized treatment tracks and programs for those with special needs in order to better serve addicts from all walks of life.
Below is a summary of each of the programs we offer here at The Florida House Experience. If you are unsure as to what treatment program at is best suited for you, one of our admission specialists will be happy to help you throughout the process.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is used primarily to treat trauma related to addiction rehabilitation and reduces symptoms of emotional distress, which can play a huge role in addiction. EMDR works to help patients activate their brains natural healing process and to address situations that have been ignored for too long.
DBT is a cognitive-behavioral therapy that was originally developed to treat borderline personality disorder, and has since been used to treat a wide variety of mental and mood disorders, including addiction. DBT focuses on social factors in a person’s life and an individual’s thoughts and behaviors.
Trauma resolution therapy and addiction treatment go hand-in-hand because addiction is often the result of traumatic experience or multiple traumatic events. Trauma can happen as a result of something that occurred during childhood and is widely recognized to be a huge contributing factor to addiction. At the Florida House Experience, we treat each patient on a case-by-case basis and individual treatment plans are created for each person who comes through our doors, especially those dealing with trauma.
Neurofeedback is a type of Biofeedback, which is a method of monitoring normally automatic body functions like temperature, pulse, blood pressure, brain waves, and eye movement. With The Florida House Experience’s Neurofeedback program, patients can essentially learn how to regulate their body to help them control emotional distress. Neurofeedback provides information and insight into how a person’s brain works.
We have found that 37% of First Responders suffer from behavioral health problems, such as Addiction and PTSD. The rate of attempted suicide among First Responders is steadily increasing to more than 10 times the rate of the general population. This population includes, but is not limited to, Police Officers, Fire Fighters, Correctional Officers, EMT’s, and 9/11 Dispatchers. Not only are our First Responder’s dealing with these issues, but they find it difficult to ask for help due to the reason that they are called upon to help everyone else – they are not the ones who should need help. Often, the self-care and addiction status of first responders can go unnoticed for a long time. Few other professions deal with as much trauma, grief, and high-intensity work as first responders do, and this line of work can take a monumental toll. The Florida House Experience’s addiction treatment program, specifically designed for first responders, is available to all emergency personnel, regardless of active duty or status.