Hours of Operation & Program Expectations

The Restore Recovery Program is an 7-12 week addiction recovery program from substance abuse and/or compulsive behavior. It will aid you in receiving the necessary support and education to interrupt the momentum of addiction and regain personal balance and dignity.

To receive the greatest benefit from our program, it is important to commit to engaging and understand the various and necessary aspects of the program which include:

Three (3) group sessions each week. This is the core of the Restore Recovery Program and will be provided each time you participate in treatment. Typically, each therapeutic group session will last 180 minutes. There will be six (6) group sessions offered each week at Restore Counseling & Recovery: a Morning Track of three (3) groups and an Evening Track as well. Each session will occur twice a day on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays in one of two time blocks for your convenience. You can choose to attend the group session that is right for you. The 9 hours of group therapy per week will occur as follows:

MONDAY: A Morning Track Group Process           An Evening Track Group Process
TUESDAY: A Morning Track Group Process           An Evening Track Group Process
THURSDAY:   A Morning Track Group Process           An Evening Track Group Process

The Hours of Operation will be:

  • From   9:00 AM to Noon        –   The Morning Track
  • From   6:00 PM to 9:00 PM   –   The Evening Track

One (1) session each week (1 Hour) of Individual, Couples or Family Therapeutic Consultation.
Therapy may focus on:

  • Warning signs that weaken personal resolve and promote relapse
  • Sabotaging thinking patterns that threaten recovery
  • Relational struggles that increase stress and are moving one to relapse
  • Feelings regarding one’s self-worth and self-control
  • Employment struggles and their impact on addiction

In each session, whether in the early unstable period of post-acute withdrawal [PAW] or in the later step-down period,you will receive resources (both written and verbal) to guide you through this difficult transition time. Our module booklets will aid you in setting personal, step-focused goals for you recovery. Our clinical staff and the relationships you will develop in the program will offer you the support, guidance and encouragement you need to change your life.

The Restore Recovery Program Syllabus

Module 1 – THE DISEASE AND LEARNED-PROCESS OF ADDICTION

  • Psychoeducation Session 1: Addiction: Nature & Definition, Negative Impact on the Brain
  • Psychoeducation Session 2: Addiction: A Bio-psycho-social-spiritual Illness
  • Psychoeducation Session 3: Cross Addiction: The Cycle of Addiction
  • Psychoeducation Session 4: Early Recovery & Recovery from Addiction
  • Psychoeducation Session 5: Addiction Is “Pleasure Unwoven”

Module 2 – POST ACUTE WITHDRAWAL [PAW]

  • Psychoeducation Session 1: Early Recovery & The Nature/Definition of PAW
  • Psychoeducation Session 2: PAW – It’s Onset and High Risk Lifestyles
  • Psychoeducation Session 3: PAW and Stress

Module 3 – MANAGING PAW

  • Psychoeducation Session 1: The Importance of Support Systems
  • Psychoeducation Session 2: Healthy Living: Nutrition and Exercise
  • Psychoeducation Session 3: Healthy Living: Stress Management, Relaxation, Breathing
  • Psychoeducation Session 4: The Inevitability of Personal & Spiritual Growth

Module 4 – UNDERSTANDING RELAPSE

  • Psychoeducation Session 1: Expanding the Concept of Relapsing
  • Psychoeducation Session 2: Mistaken Beliefs about Relapsing & Staying Sober
  • Psychoeducation Session 3: The Relapse Syndrome

Module 5 – WARNING SIGNS OF IMPENDING RELAPSE

  • Psychoeducation Session 1: Internal Warning Signs
  • Psychoeducation Session 2: External Warning Signs – A Living Testimony
  • Psychoeducation Session 3: Mindfulness & Recovery

Module 6 – RELAPSE PREVENTION PLANNING

  • Psychoeducation Session 1: Assessment and Stability by Constructing a Personal Program
  • Psychoeducation Session 2: Warning Sign Identification and Management – Chain Analysis
  • Psychoeducation Session 3: The Importance of Feedback & Involving Others (Accountability)

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