Mental Health and Substance Abuse Adult Outpatient Treatment Services
Adult Services provides individual, family, and group counseling for persons ages ranging 18 and up suffering from negative symptomology due to a variety of diagnosable mental health disorders and alcohol and drug abuse.
We are committed to providing the following professional services:
Adult Services provides evidence-based treatment modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Hypnotherapy, Substance Abuse Treatment with Motivational Interviewing (MI), Telemental Health Counseling and the Gottman Method for couples therapy. Adult Services provides individual counseling, family counseling, couples counseling, and group therapy as a form of continued care.
Sessions will be provided for clients and their spouse/family to involve them in the recovery process and to begin healing from their mental health symptomology and rebuild relationships.
Our family program attempts to engage the family in the process of recovery from the beginning. The family program meets on a regular basis. Family members of all ages are invited to attend.
Evaluations / Assessments
Adult Services provides substance abuse and mental health evaluations, assessments, and treatments in Spanish and English. These evaluations/assessments are provided during the admission process at CETPA. The results of these evaluations may or may not involve continued utilization of services at CETPA. This decision is based on the results of the evaluation and other exams.
Adult Services provides evidence-based group therapy including Trauma Group with use of DBT, ACT, and yoga, Anxiety Group, Alcohol and Drug Group, and parenting classes. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Group, Depression Group with use of CBT and DBT
Alcohol and Drug Groups are a full hour and a half group sessions covering recovery skills and an introduction to the 12-Step philosophy. These groups are integrated into Level I or Level II SA programs.
Psychiatric and Nursing Services:
Our Adult Program requires an individualized nursing assessment, psychiatric assessment, and medication management if necessary to remedy psychiatric symptoms due to the individual’s particular mental health disorder as part of the admission process. Our adult clients will receive a physical assessment by a nurse. The nursing services include a physician’s assessment, laboratory analysis, tuberculosis (TB) testing, drug testing, and voluntary HIV/AIDS testing. Our adult clients will receive medications management services if deemed necessary by the attending psychiatrist. Our nurse can provide any testing necessary before a client is placed on psychotropic medications.