EVIDENCE BASED RECOVERY
At Orange County Recovery, we help clients find real change that lasts. Your best life is waiting for you.
Licensed, trained, compassionate professionals in the heart of Huntington Beach. Orange Country Recovery connects people with solutions through evidence-based, trauma-informed treatment for substance abuse, dual diagnoses, and mood disorders. We meet our clients where they are, and offer individualized outpatient, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs. At OCR, we believe that hope and healing are available to anyone whose life has been devastated by addiction and behavioral health issues. Here we understand that healing is a lifelong process – we empower our clients to uncover the underlying issues that have been holding them back and give them the resources to thrive beyond treatment. After all, your best life is waiting for you.
FAMILY CARE PROGRAM
Orange County Recovery encourages family involvement and nurtures a crucial support system for loved ones and clients alike.
We offer extended family services to offer support and community while growing understanding of addiction and its impact. At OCR, we create opportunities for families to learn valuable skills and engage in the treatment process. Family involvement is encouraged here—clients with healthy support systems have a higher likelihood of sustained, happy sobriety.
CBT: Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a practical approach used to examine the influence of underlying thoughts and belief patterns. Our trained staff helps clients assess current issues by examining outmoded beliefs, ideas, and patterns in order to move forward. CBT allows clients to develop more effective coping mechanisms to positively affect their behavior.
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How Does CBT Work?
CBT is a practical technique that allows people to change their behavior by changing their conditioned thought patterns.
- CBT therapy can reduce stress, and help people cope with relationship difficulties, grief, and other life issues.
- CBT is based on the idea that our thoughts and perceptions about events affect how we behave, react, and feel. Cognitive therapy helps through repeatedly showing us where our thinking leads us astray, and offering better alternatives.
- CBT is a situation-specific, goal-oriented approach that focuses on a client’s current challenges, thoughts, and behaviors, rather than past experience.
- CBT is a collaborative modality, requiring a concerted effort between a client and counselor. CBT programs are structured and systematic, giving people regular “practice” at thinking and acting in healthy ways. Similar to a physical fitness program, this regular exposure leads to improved outcomes.
Is CBT Effective?
- Research has shown that CBT can improve certain behavioral health issues where other treatments are unsuccessful
- CBT has been useful in treating panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, insomnia, depression, anger issues, relational conflicts, substance abuse and addiction, borderline personality and eating disorders.
- Studies have shown that CBT is useful in many situations. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), once versed in the technique, a client can eventually learn to become their own therapist.
DBT: Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is designed for those with difficulty managing their emotions who instead turn to self-destructive behaviors. This therapy teaches methods for regulating emotions and becoming more present in daily life. DBT can help individuals see both sides of a situation, think in less extreme ways, and validate themselves and others.
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How Does DBT Work?
DBT can offer people new methods for managing difficult emotions and ultimately lead to decreased conflict in personal relationships. DBT emphasizes four specific focus areas:
- Mindfulness – gives practitioners the ability to be present in the moment, while paying detached attention to thoughts and feelings.
- Distress tolerance – aids clients in learning to tolerate difficult emotions, rather than seeking escape.
- Emotion regulation – includes strategies for managing and shifting intense emotions that can lead to destructive behaviors.
- Interpersonal effectiveness – techniques to communicate more effectively with others while maintaining self-respect, being clear, and strengthening relationships.
Is DBT Effective?
Although DBT was pioneered as a treatment for people with borderline personality disorder, it has been found to be effective for a wide range of conditions. Research indicates that DBT can help with issues of substance use, depression, anxiety, bipolar, PTSD, and eating disorders.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy) – EMDR is a unique, nontraditional form of therapy designed to diminish negative feelings associated with memories of traumatic events. Unlike most forms of talk therapy, EMDR focuses less on the traumatic event itself and more on the disturbing emotions and symptoms that result from the event.
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How Does EMDR Work?
Is EMDR Effective?
EMDR is sometimes perceived as a controversial intervention, because it is unclear exactly how it works, but several studies have demonstrated that EMDR is effective for treating certain mental health conditions.
Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) – Orange County Recovery uses the FIT approach to empower our clients. Receiving ongoing formal feedback from our clients allows us to demonstrate the effectiveness of treatment by measuring our clients’ wellbeing and the effectiveness of individual sessions.
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How Does FIT Work?
Is FIT Effective?
Trauma-Informed Care is a style of counseling that gives individuals personal safety training using empowerment activities. These exercises give clients the ability to voice feelings and thoughts and enhance positive choice-making skills.
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PROGRAMS TO MEET INDIVIDUAL LEVELS OF CARE
Our Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) offers the same intensive clinical services as our Partial Hospitalization program but is best suited to those who are unable to be absent from family, work, or other obligations. IOP services are offered 3 hours per day, five days per week. This level of care is ideal for those who are transitioning from Partial Hospitalization; it allows clients to continue working on their treatment goals and remain actively engaged in the practices of a PHP program (therapy, group therapy, case management).
OCR’s Outpatient Program (OP) is a less intensive, flexible option that offers services that can be scheduled during various times throughout the week. We offer both day and evening Outpatient programs that are tailored to individuals that have completed a more intensive level of care. OP is offered 90 minutes per day, five days per week. Generally, those at this level of care attend treatment 1–2 times per week. In this setting, you will be offered counseling, education, and support while you continue to cement your recovery.
ISN’T IT TIME YOU FOUND A WAY OUT?
If you are tired of self-defeating behaviors and ready for a fresh start, reach out today.
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