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Stressed? Struggling with substance use? Dealing with winter blues? Questions and Answers about Recovering Hope Treatment Services Q: What does a typical EMDR (Eye Movement De-sensitization and Reprocessing) therapy session include? Q: What services does your outpatient clinic provide? A: Recovering Hope Outpatient Clinic provides substance use and mental health services. These services include: Mental Health Diagnostic Assessments, Substance Use Assessments, Medication Management, Couples/Family Therapy, Co-Occurring Intensive Outpatient Groups, and Individual Mental Health Therapy (Ages 12+). Within Individual Therapy, therapists have been trained to provide the following services: Trauma Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Animal-Assisted Therapy. Q: Who would benefit from these services? A: Anyone can benefit from the services provided at Recovering Hope Treatment Center. Therapy does not have to be taboo or stigma ridden. Therapy is a healthy way to manage stress and the events life throws your way. The services at Recovering Hope Treatment Center provide a casual and professional setting to seek compassionate care. Some of the benefits of therapy can be to help you handle emotions from stressors even if they are life altering or traumatic. Therapists can help hold you accountable for your goals and work with you to help find purpose. Therapists often times can help you find solutions to life's problems and be a support for you during the next chapter of your life. A: EMDR sessions can look different for each individual. The process of EMDR starts with providing information regarding psychoeducation of trauma and EMDR, including the costs and benefits of this specific type of therapy. The client and counselor then engage in history taking and identifying need for EMDR therapy. Clients will continue to reprocess during multiple sessions until symptoms have decreased and/or have been eliminated. After this has been achieved, clients will identify and develop the next steps in reprocessing. Q: What is a session of Animal-Assisted therapy usually like? A: Animal-Assisted Therapy includes the use of a certified therapy dog with a licensed therapist. Research suggests many positive outcomes for therapeutic goals using Animal-Assisted Therapy. At Recovering Hope, our certified therapy dog is a Shih-Tzu named Marvel. Q: What happens during an average day of co-occurring Intensive Outpatient group? A: Co-occurring Intensive Outpatient groups occur three days per week. Co-occurring means group members talk about strategies for recovery from both a mental health and substance use perspective. You can choose from the morning option or evening option. Groups are for both men and women, and we offer transportation to and from the group if needed. Groups typically begin with a check-in, meditation, and time to process what's going on in your life. Education on skills and topics to support your recovery from mental health and/or substance use problems are provided. Groups can help you to develop the support, accountability and self-awareness to recover. Q: Who can I reach to schedule an appointment or receive more information? A: You can reach our scheduling department at 1-844-314-HOPE or view our website at recoveringhope.life Q: What is an individual therapy session usually like? A: When you arrive for your individual therapy session, you will be able to get to know your therapist's style and therapeutic approach. You will be provided with an opportunity to discuss your goals for therapy with guidance from your therapist. The offices are a calm and open place to discuss life's challenges. 2031 Rowland Road |Mora, MN To schedule an appointment or for more information, Recovering HOPE please call 844-314-HOPE (4673) Treatment Center" The Strength to Change. The Spirit to Live. Stressed? Struggling with substance use? Dealing with winter blues? Questions and Answers about Recovering Hope Treatment Services Q: What does a typical EMDR (Eye Movement De-sensitization and Reprocessing) therapy session include? Q: What services does your outpatient clinic provide? A: Recovering Hope Outpatient Clinic provides substance use and mental health services. These services include: Mental Health Diagnostic Assessments, Substance Use Assessments, Medication Management, Couples/Family Therapy, Co-Occurring Intensive Outpatient Groups, and Individual Mental Health Therapy (Ages 12+). Within Individual Therapy, therapists have been trained to provide the following services: Trauma Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Animal-Assisted Therapy. Q: Who would benefit from these services? A: Anyone can benefit from the services provided at Recovering Hope Treatment Center. Therapy does not have to be taboo or stigma ridden. Therapy is a healthy way to manage stress and the events life throws your way. The services at Recovering Hope Treatment Center provide a casual and professional setting to seek compassionate care. Some of the benefits of therapy can be to help you handle emotions from stressors even if they are life altering or traumatic. Therapists can help hold you accountable for your goals and work with you to help find purpose. Therapists often times can help you find solutions to life's problems and be a support for you during the next chapter of your life. A: EMDR sessions can look different for each individual. The process of EMDR starts with providing information regarding psychoeducation of trauma and EMDR, including the costs and benefits of this specific type of therapy. The client and counselor then engage in history taking and identifying need for EMDR therapy. Clients will continue to reprocess during multiple sessions until symptoms have decreased and/or have been eliminated. After this has been achieved, clients will identify and develop the next steps in reprocessing. Q: What is a session of Animal-Assisted therapy usually like? A: Animal-Assisted Therapy includes the use of a certified therapy dog with a licensed therapist. Research suggests many positive outcomes for therapeutic goals using Animal-Assisted Therapy. At Recovering Hope, our certified therapy dog is a Shih-Tzu named Marvel. Q: What happens during an average day of co-occurring Intensive Outpatient group? A: Co-occurring Intensive Outpatient groups occur three days per week. Co-occurring means group members talk about strategies for recovery from both a mental health and substance use perspective. You can choose from the morning option or evening option. Groups are for both men and women, and we offer transportation to and from the group if needed. Groups typically begin with a check-in, meditation, and time to process what's going on in your life. Education on skills and topics to support your recovery from mental health and/or substance use problems are provided. Groups can help you to develop the support, accountability and self-awareness to recover. Q: Who can I reach to schedule an appointment or receive more information? A: You can reach our scheduling department at 1-844-314-HOPE or view our website at recoveringhope.life Q: What is an individual therapy session usually like? A: When you arrive for your individual therapy session, you will be able to get to know your therapist's style and therapeutic approach. You will be provided with an opportunity to discuss your goals for therapy with guidance from your therapist. The offices are a calm and open place to discuss life's challenges. 2031 Rowland Road |Mora, MN To schedule an appointment or for more information, Recovering HOPE please call 844-314-HOPE (4673) Treatment Center" The Strength to Change. The Spirit to Live.