What is Outpatient Treatment?
Outpatient treatment stands for treatment without hospitalization. We offer individual therapy, group therapy, day treatment, family support and eHealth modules on. The outpatient treatment is based on a unique combination of the 12-step method and evidence-based treatment, such as, among others Cognitive behavioral therapy.
For example, you go to a treatment location one or more times a week or participate in the treatment at home via online video calling and eHealth modules. This way you always have access to the care you need.
We offer outpatient treatment if you need help with addiction problems, but also with a double diagnosis. Our experienced practitioners are specialized in treating addiction problems and underlying problems. Depending on your complaints, our directing practitioner will advise during your intake basic mental healthcare or specialist mental healthcare.
The individual therapy consists of weekly conversations with your own practitioner. If necessary, several interviews can take place per week. This can also be offered in a combined form by means of face-to-face and online.
We also offer group treatment, specialized in trauma processing, self-image, and emotion regulation. We also offer support groups and evening groups.
Sometimes admission to a clinic is not immediately necessary, not possible or not indicated. But if weekly conversations aren't enough either, you can participate in the day treatment.
Support for family
Addiction is a psychosocial disorder that affects not only the life of the patient, but also the immediate environment, such as family members. We therefore also pay attention to the direct environment of the patient, in order to assist them in the recovery process.
During the treatment, the family is invited for a joint meeting. Check out our page for this family therapy to read more about the forms of support.
We will work with you to determine which treatment is appropriate. Do you want to take the first step? Contact us for an intake interview.