Sessions available by appointment to discuss issues in a quiet, private and confidential setting. An individual session is 50 minutes in length.
Chemical Dependency Evaluation:
The assessment is a comprehensive process that evaluates a person's chemical use history. The assessment is the means by which a professional diagnosis is achieved. A dependency diagnosis is never assumed. If substance abuse or dependence has been determined then appropriate recommendations for various levels of care are given.
This assessment meets all Nebraska and Iowa Legal System requirements.
Outpatient Group Treatment:
Outpatient treatment services provide quality and cutting- edge group therapy for those who are clinically appropriate for that level of care. A prescreening interview will help determine if treatment is the proper course of action.
Individuals who meet criteria for treatment are admitted based on stability in mental and physical health. A stable job and supportive home life is also important. No prior treatment experience is required.
Day and evening groups are available that will meet most work schedules. All will benefit from an individualized treatment plan which includes educational lectures, group therapy and peer interaction.
Individuals and families who suffer the effects of a loved one who is chemically dependent. Adult children of alcoholic (ACOA) issues are explored in group and individual sessions.
Specialized group and individual counseling sessions focusing on enhancing recovery and relapse prevention skills. The sessions are designed for indviduals who are transitioning from treatment environment back to normal life, or are desiring to learn more tools for recovery.
A service offering an opportunity to meet Don in the office and discuss counseling options at no cost or obligation.
All fees are due at time of service unless other arrangements have been made.
Blue Cross / Blue Shield of Nebraska participant.
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