Three Months Out of Rehab: Is Intensive Therapy Right For You?

Intensive therapy refers to a different delivery method for psychological treatment, instead of a single specific form of therapy. The term ‘intense’ is used here because the techniques being used during these sessions tend to be very intense and powerful in nature. Such a session can last as much as three hours and may be conducted several times a week. There are however, no generally accepted standards for what constitutes such an intensive therapy session, since it doesn’t refer to any single type of therapy or to any common duration and schedule of sessions. So what is an intensive therapy? View here for full information on the same.

Theoretically, intense therapy can be considered to be any session lasting longer than three hours that focuses on the process of identifying and then eliminating patterns of dysfunctional behavior. It usually involves at least one individual session focused on assessing the strengths and weaknesses of one’s social and emotional functioning. In addition to that, intensive therapy programs may also include other types of exercises as part of their overall approach. Such activities may serve to enhance communication between partners, improve working and interpersonal skills, address sleep disorders (such as insomnia), work on reducing negative emotions, develop motor and communication skills, improve physical functioning, explore self-esteem, explore sexuality, or deal with other areas of personal distress.

During intensive therapy, a trained therapist will analyze your personal situation, talk to you about it, and help you explore how your thoughts, feelings and behaviors are affecting your life. You will then be put on a cognitive behavioral therapy treatment regimen where you will have to confront your issues one at a time. During this process, you will also be asked to create new and healthier habits, work on avoiding dangerous situations, learn new ways of coping, and get educated about your mental health conditions (which will likely be discussed). As you progress through the treatment process, you will be exposed to therapies and practices that may supplement what you are receiving in the treatment room.

Another option is a muscle tone and stretch treatment plan. Muscle tone treatment is often recommended for individuals who have become inactive due to chronic illnesses or who have an injury that limits their movements. Muscle tone and stretch (also known as strength and flexibility) are an important component of an intensive therapy program. This type of therapeutic treatment will allow for the rapid return of physical motion and promotes optimal joint health. An example of a muscle tone treatment may include a massage and manual lymph drainage.

After the patient has completed an intensive therapy retreat program of at least eight weeks, the patient may be referred to an inpatient rehabilitation facility. Most people who complete this recovery program go on to complete a longer residential treatment program, sometimes including intensive outpatient services. The length of time in which someone needs to complete an inpatient rehabilitation program is dependent on the circumstances surrounding their illness, as well as their ability to commit to long-term care. In many cases, individuals who complete an inpatient rehab program choose to continue their lifestyle of active engagement in wellness activities following their recovery, and many opt to work towards certification or continuing education so they can resume their lives as healthy and fit adults.

Most insurance plans cover part of the costs of inpatient care, but if you’re interested in finding out whether or not your insurance policy covers intensive therapy, your insurance agent or broker should be able to provide information on plans offered by different providers. If you’re considering a lengthy stay in an inpatient facility, it’s important to ask your doctor what his recommendation is for a one or three month period of rehabilitation following a traumatic injury. Because rehabilitation is much more expensive than outpatient care, it may be a good idea to consider a shorter duration of rehabilitation, even up to six weeks, so that you can use your time wisely. As always, talk to your doctor before beginning any treatment regimen. Check out this post with general information about therapy:

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