All of Kolpia Counseling services are provided with a high degree of confidentiality in a compassionate learning environment. Kolpia offers a welcoming and personalized approach to treatment services.
Kolpia Counseling offers an Outpatient Program that includes three levels of care, a Alcohol and Drug Education, Standard Outpatient (OP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP). Our certified alcohol and drug counselors work with you to complete a comprehensive assessment based on the guidelines set by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and DSMV Criteria that will help determine your appropriate level of care. If your needs exceed Kolpia’s available level of care provided, our counselors work with you to facilitate access to necessary and available services.
Outpatient Program (OP): The OP includes individual, group counseling and family counseling. Our groups include the following topics: alcohol and drug education, mindfulness, emotional sobriety, recovery strategies, relapse prevention and expressive art groups.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): Our IOP program provides four days of group treatment that includes an array of group offerings. Therapeutic, process, education, life skills development and expressive art groups are utilized. Our curriculum is developed with evidenced based practices such as cognitive therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness, and process oriented groups.
Expressive Modalities (formerly Integrated Recovery Groups) : At Kolpia we respect there are many ways to healing. Drawing upon the growing research behind methods that help heal mind, emotions, body and spirit, we include expressive art modalities such as Mind&Body Movement, Art Therapy, Native American Perspectives/Drumming. Each of these are co-facilitated by qualified instructors and certified alcohol and drug counselors.
DUII Services: Individuals seeking completion of mandated treatment due to a DUII will be provided an assessment and service planning consistent with treatment recommendations. Services include an education class, individual and group services, urine drug screens including random drug screens. Successful completion of treatment for a DUII requires a mandatory minimum of 90 days of abstinence from substances, verified by drug screens.
All levels of care include routine and random urine drug screens.
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