CATCH Recovery Outpatient Programme
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CATCH Recovery’s outpatient programme is designed for those who require daily therapy sessions but do not need 24-hour supervision or medical care. This 28-day programme can be beneficial for those who have completed a residential programme and need additional support as they transition back to their daily lives. It is also ideal for anyone who can’t commit to a residential stay due to work, family, or other obligations.
Our Approach to Personalised Outpatient Programme
We provide a wide range of services from assessment to aftercare, with flexible scheduling. Our personalised outpatient programme model is researched and reviewed to ensure the best evidence-based approach.
Our programme is aligned with the 12 step philosophy and our therapists also harness other effective addiction treatments such as cognitive behavioural therapy. It is flexible and personalised based on your needs, with the goal of helping you develop the skills and tools you need to manage your addiction and maintain long-term sobriety.
Our Outpatient Programme Overview:
- 20 sessions of one-to-one recovery coaching (five times a week for four weeks)
- 8 sessions of one-to-one psychotherapy (twice a week for four weeks)
- 12 sessions of group therapy (online, one evening per week for 12 weeks)
- Personalised therapy planning and goal setting
- Case management check-ins (every two weeks for 12 weeks).
Location: Treatment takes place online or at our West London therapy centre.
You will continue living at home, working, and going about your days as you normally would, while receiving daily support from an addiction specialist.
|Therapy||8 sessions||2 x p/ week|
|Recovery Coaching||20 sessions||5 x p/ week|
|Online Group Therapy||12 sessions||1 x p/week|
During the first 60-minute session with your therapist, you will be asked questions about your history and what you would like to achieve in therapy.
During your time with CATCH Recovery, you will be assigned one therapist who will work with you for the duration of the programme. Our multidisciplinary team of consultant psychiatrists, specialist psychologists and addiction psychotherapists use a range of proven therapies that help treat addiction. Programmes are designed based on each client’s needs, and we may use a combination of 12 Step therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT).
Telephone check-ins are conducted to help our clients achieve effective, lasting recovery and to monitor progress. Client case management ensures care is responsive, personalised and collaborative for each person.
Recovery coaching is a key part of our outpatient programme and involves the practical implementation of recovery actions. Whereas therapy is focused on the past and identifying underlying issues that may have contributed to addiction, recovery coaching is a type of goal-orientated professional peer support. Our recovery coaches regularly check in on how clients are doing and point them to support groups.
Find Out if Outpatient Therapy Is Right for You
Group therapy at CATCH Recovery includes weekly online group therapy sessions. The purpose of group therapy is to help you develop an insight into addiction; an understanding of the changes needed to prevent relapse; awareness of attitudes and behaviours that prevent recovery; recognition of situational and emotional problems that have contributed to the illness and the tools and skills to resolve these problems. These sessions accommodate a maximum of 10 people and currently take place on Mondays.
We provide you with useful literature and hand-outs during group therapy sessions, which include information on anxiety, fear, and anger as well as many other topics.
Psychoeducation is an evidence-based therapeutic intervention aimed at helping you understand your addiction and where it comes from. Rather than trying to directly address the symptoms of addiction, psychoeducation aims to help you develop tools to maintain a life of sobriety.
This approach is based on the principles of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and encourages people to take responsibility for their addiction and seek support from others who are also in recovery.
12 Step Therapy
There are many benefits to 12 Step therapy:
- Provides a sense of community
- Offers a structured approach
- Emphasises personal responsibility
- Encourages spiritual growth
- Provides ongoing support
The 12-step model can be a powerful recovery tool, but we recognise that it may not be the ideal fit for everyone and, as such, we also offer cognitive behavioural therapy.