PATHOS – AN INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM
The Pathos program provides co-occurring intensive outpatient program services.
We have a team approach to therapy that utilizes highly skilled clinicians with a wide variety of expertise who provide 15 clinical hours of therapy per week to meet each client’s needs.
- Programming with intentionality
- Small by design groups
- Development of humility, integrity, and responsibility
- Restoration of honesty & rebuilding of trust
- Creation of supportive relationships with accountability
- Encouragement of service to others
Our services are divided into two client groups based on each client’s needs and stage of life.
YOUNG ADULT GROUP
This group serves young adults ranging in age from approximately 18 to 29 years. Our experience shows that this age group suffers from specific challenges related to this stage of life. To create sustained recovery, we address these age-specific concerns by tailoring their treatment to include one-to-one recovery support, vocational assessment, a high level of accountability and further help in developing their autonomy.
This group serves high-achieving adults who often suffer tremendous pressures that compound their work difficulties and interfere with successful personal relationships. With these professionals, we work to address the specific concerns they have in finding a balance between life and work, managing their health and well-being, and improving their personal lives.
We offer multiple levels of care that allow for our clients to step down their therapeutic support based on their individual needs.
Therapists work with clients to restore hope and develop meaningful and realistic goals along with a pathway towards those goals.
Clinicians help patients in a total transformation of the self by taking difficult experiences and transforming them into meaningful insight to propel life forward and advance life goals.
Once basic recovery from a clients’ presenting problems has occurred, therapists help integrate learnings in a longer-term process.