Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our intensive outpatient program consists of groups that run four days per week, 3 hours per day, and also includes individual counseling sessions as well. Our curriculum is developed with evidenced-based practices such as cognitive therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and process-oriented groups.

Substance Use Services

Our substance use services begin with a comprehensive substance use assessment and recommended level of care utilizing the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) standards and Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM-V) criteria. Counselors will discuss with clients the assessment and recommended level of care prior to development of an agreed upon service plan. The level of… Read More

Mental Health Services

Kolpia provides full mental health assessments utilizing Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM-V), service planning, individual and group counseling services by a licensed clinical social worker. Kolpia provides a collaborative approach to treatment for those clients who need both mental health and substance use services.

Process Group

The process groups are designed to start with a brief mindfulness/relaxation exercise and provide invitation for reflection and discussion of current issues that support and/or challenge their sobriety. Participants evaluate their progress and goals in context to what they have learned within their treatment groups.

Seeking Safety Group

Seeking Safety-SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs to assist people in attaining safety from trauma and/or substance use. The treatment is based on five central ideas: Safety as the priority Integrated treatment of PTSD and substance abuse A focus on ideals Content areas of behavioral, interpersonal, and case management Attention to the therapist process. The… Read More

Mindfulness Group

Mindfulness Process group is a technique drawn from Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR); a treatment created by Jon Kabat Zinn in 1979. It is an awareness that arises through paying attention to thoughts and emotions, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally. Specifically, with individuals struggling with substance use, Mindfulness can be helpful to address… Read More

Emotional Sobriety Group

Anger Management and Emotional Sobriety is an Evidenced Based Addiction Recovery Treatment technique to address the complex transformation a recovering addict makes beyond attaining physical sobriety. Achieving emotional sobriety is developing an ability to feel and cope with emotions, particularly those attached to drug and alcohol use. Those struggling with addiction often ignore their feelings… Read More

Guilt, Shame, and Recovery Group

Utilizing the “Connections” Curriculum which has been revised and expanded by MSW, Brene Brown, to help clients recognize and understand shame and shame resilience. This group is designed to address underlying guilt and shame and to assist clients in exploring how the deep rooted shame have impacted them across behavioral, cognitive, and emotional functions. The… Read More

Relapse Prevention Group

The focus and curriculum of the Relapse Prevention Group is based on cognitive behavioral therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and the Franklin Reality Model, along with group processing. General topics of the day focus on understanding beliefs and patterns of thought and begin to understand how these affect behavior. Efforts will be made to look… Read More

Outpatient Family Program Group

Educating, creating awareness, providing emotional recognition and support to family members/significant others in dealing with the pain and difficulties of substance addiction within families can be instrumental in helping individuals in recovery. Kolpia encourages all clients, family members and supporters to attend. The purpose of the Family Program is to help those in treatment, and… Read More

Alcohol and Drug Education Group

This group educates individuals about substance abuse and teaches them what they need to learn to identify, avoid and eventually master regarding the specific internal states and external circumstances associated with substance abuse. Educational groups include information on drugs and alcohol, the dynamics of dependency and addiction, addiction and tolerance, physiological effects of drugs, disease… Read More