Outpatient Treatment

Intensive Outpatient Treatment

The disease of addiction is ongoing and chronic, and is typically marked by worsening symptoms and relapses.

Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs) are one of the ways that addicts can participate in continued support and treatment after leaving residential treatment. While most clients involved in Intensive Outpatient Programs are coming directly from inpatient treatment, there are some individuals who enter IOP without residential treatment. ‘

Each individual is different and requires varying level of care. IOPs may be for someone leaving residential treatment, or someone who is participating in the program addressing a more mild diagnosis. It’s best to work with professionals to determine the right path for you.

Reflections Recovery Center believes in a comprehensive and careful approach to intensive outpatient therapy and applies several key elements to ensure the success of addicts in recovery.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is one of the most effective ways for individuals to practice real-world skills in a safe and secure environment. It is hard to perfectly replicate situations that happen during everyday life, but group therapy gives clients the most realistic setting to practice elements of therapy, coping, life, and social skills.

A licensed therapist, social worker, case manager, or psychologist facilitates each session to ensure that clients are guided and counseled toward healthy thinking and behavior.

There are several aspects of group therapy that are beneficial to those who are in early addiction recovery. The first is that they get to witness other addicts in different stages of progress. For example, people who have just left residential treatment will be working alongside clients who have left residential treatment months ago. Seeing other people who are thriving in recovery can instill a great deal of hope in someone who is just beginning their journey.

Secondly, group therapy is powerful because it creates long-lasting, healthy relationships during recovery. While we encourage clients to maintain healthy, professional boundaries, it is important that they develop relationships built on sobriety, honesty, and trust.

Group therapy is also a place where clients are challenged by therapists and their co-clients. This process isn’t meant to intimidate or shame anyone. It is meant to help individuals reach outside of their comfort zone and engage in conversations about some of the things they may be struggling with.

There is no one who is going to understand an addict like another addict. And while we encourage addicts to break away from old ways of thinking, it is very beneficial for them to share stories, experiences, struggles and insights with people who understand exactly what they may be experiencing.

Weekly Counseling Sessions

Addiction is a broad and far-reaching disease but it also has its very personal and unique circumstances that accompany every addict. We want to address every aspect of the disease, but this can only happen if clients are able to build a relationship of trust with one therapist who understands the entire picture of their life.

That is why Reflections provides individual, one-on-one therapy for clients to participate in.

Clients are matched with a therapist who specializes in their individual struggles. These therapists can provide a connection between individual therapy and group therapy — ensuring that the client is getting exposed to the most comprehensive care.

Random Drug Screenings

Clients are required to participate in random drug screenings. This isn’t meant to intimidate, judge, or embarrass anyone. — it is only to monitor each client’s recovery and provide support.  One of the symptoms of the disease of addiction is relapse. Random drug screenings allow us to provide immediate support if one of the clients relapses.

Drug screenings also help us monitor the safety of the group. It would be extremely unhelpful to have participants in group therapy who are high or intoxicated. It could trigger other clients and prompt relapses in others. These are conducted to ensure the quality, safety, and integrity of the program.

12 Step Meeting Participation

We hope that our clients enter into a lifelong program of recovery. Long after their program ends, we want everyone to have a community of support. This is why we highly encourage and hold clients accountable for attendance in 12 Step Meetings. This can include anything from Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and many others.

Clients are encouraged to find a group that they identify with and associate with for the sole purpose of providing long-term support and accountability.

Start Your Journey to Recovery

If you have any questions about which treatment program is right for you, please call us at 801-784-9455.


Treatment Programs

Reflections Recovery Center is a residential drug treatment program located in beautiful Utah valley. Our programs vary from to 30-90 days, depending on each client’s particular needs.


Insurance & Coverage

At Reflections we understand that determining how the cost of treatment for you or a loved one will be covered can be a daunting and confusing task.