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Types of Treatment Services

When you or a loved one participates in an outpatient program, at Better Futures counseling center typically creates an individualized treatment plan tailored to meet your unique needs so your treatment goals can be met. Our Taylorsville treatment center provides a continuum of care that includes outpatient (OP) treatment, addiction assessment, co-occurring disorder treatment, family counseling . Our clients participate in a variety of traditional treatment programming that includes but not limited to:


  • Group Therapy

  • Individual Therapy

  • Mental Health Assessments

  • Basic Skills Training

  • DBT, CBT

Group therapy: Group therapy sessions are frequently the main type of treatment used in Better Futures’ intensive outpatient programs. The number and types of groups that meet vary from facility to facility based on the needs of the participants. Group therapy sessions are led by professionals who facilitate discussion topics that are relevant to the needs of the individuals who are taking part in the program. Sessions provide individuals with education on the specific disorders they are learning to manage and are a time for them to exchange support with peers who are also participating in the group. This peer interaction can help individuals understand they are not alone in the struggles that they are facing, which can often promote acceptance and healing.

Individual therapy: Individual therapy sessions are a time for individuals to meet one-on-one with a therapist in a confidential setting. Individuals can work with their therapist to process their experiences in treatment, address any concerns that might arise, ask any questions they might have, receive ongoing support, and celebrate successes as they happen.

Family therapy: In most cases, including an individual’s family members in their treatment process can be incredibly beneficial. Family members can learn about their loved one’s disorder, what their loved one has been going through, and ways they can support their loved one in their healing and recovery. The family can also work together to heal from any damage that might have resulted from the effects of the individual’s mental health, behavioral health, or addiction challenges. As with individual therapy, family therapy is typically held depending on the person’s individual needs.

Continuing care: At Better Futures we recognize that individuals must be provided with a full spectrum of care options in order to fully transition back into their everyday lives. For this reason, the staff members at our clinic begin working on discharge plans from the moment that an individual enters treatment. Better Futures’ counseling facility ensure everyone has a plan in place so that they can receive the ongoing support they need once they have finished their program.

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