The In-Patient Programme is an individually tailored 6-week residential treatment program that provides treatment for the problem drinker/alcoholic or drug user away from their usual work or family environment. In our safe and supportive recovery community, the individual has the opportunity to regain their physical and psychological health through participating in individual and group cognitive behavioral therapy sessions.
Our In-Patient treatment model is 12-step based and includes a variety of evidence based treatment modalities, including medically monitored detoxification.
This 9 week programme is designed for individuals who need treatment but do not require the additional support and safety that the residential treatment provides. In this programme the client is allowed to gradually modify their behaviors within the ongoing context of their daily life with the support provided by their counselor and social support groups.
Family members and significant others become very much part of the recovery process. It is important that family members learn to understand the disease of addiction and how to give priority to fulfilling their own needs and to detach from their desire to control the patient.
One-to-one counselling sessions, conjoint meetings and an open Family Recovery meeting in the evenings are part of the Program at Nairobi Place.
Unlike the Out-Patient programme that is run on a part time basis (three sessions per week). The Intensive Out-Patient programme is run on a full time basis and the treatment plan is designed to meet the specific client’s needs.
The primary care giver in this programme is the addictions counselor who works with the client to assess the needs of the client and together come up with a treatment plan than addresses the specific issues confronting the client. Because the programme is completely personalized to the client, the time frame of the treatment is open ended and will terminate when both the client and counselor determine that the client has accomplished the goals they had set out to achieve through the treatment.