ETHOS is expanding in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
We also offer Telehealth.
Teens 13-18 enter programs specifically designed for them.
through our Intensive Outpatient Programs
The best clinicians want to join our clinician-led team.
Has a mental health or substance use issue changed the way you feel, think and act? ETHOS will help you get your life back. Our unique combination of individual counseling, small group and family therapy in an Intensive Outpatient Program maximizes the potential for long-term, sustainable recovery.
Start your journey to recovery now by calling ETHOS at 267.669.0300
Clinicians Focus 100% on You!
Helping People Help People means we free our clinicians to spend all their time caring for clients while businesspeople run the office. Clinicians love this model, enabling us to attract the best talent.
SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER
Intensive Outpatient Program
COMPETENCIES YOU WILL ACQUIRE:
- Accept Accountability
- Identify Your Triggers
- Connect with Community Resources
- Use Coping Strategies To Meet Challenges
- Develop Recovery Capital
- Become Relapse Resistant
- Sustain Sobriety
- Begin Repair of Family Relationships
Intensive Outpatient Program
AMONG THE CONDITIONS
- Clinical Depression (Major Depressive Disorder)
- Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Panic Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Mood Regulation Issues
- Other Mental Health Issues
Intensive Outpatient Programs
We are constantly striving to stay in tune with the needs of the community. Tailored programs are developed as needs are identified.
- Gambling Addiction
- Men’s Trauma Group
- First Responders Group
- Primary Alcohol Group
- Women’s Trauma Group
The ETHOS mission is to provide optimum intensive therapeutic interventions to overcome the barriers that individuals face to achieve long-term recovery. Through consistent support in a multifaceted treatment approach, ETHOS strives to provide a therapeutic setting for individuals to find their authentic selves free from mental health issues and substance use disorders.
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