Treatment in which the first intensive phase of the Group Intervention in Addictions Programme is carried out, of approximately one month in duration.
The psychiatrist responsible for the case will evaluate the possibility of making detoxification treatment compatible with Day Hospital care and the nurse team's testing.
Treatment starts immediately, with medical and psychological visits with the therapy staff, followed by individual sessions with each person's psychiatrist and toxicological tests.
Treatment centers on addiction disorders while also addressing diagnostics and dual pathologies, these being comorbid psychiatric disorders.
Those who require treatment for intensive detoxification but without 24-hour care are candidates for the Day Hospital.
According to the Admissions Process, an interview is done with a psychiatrist, who evaluates the patient's psychopathological situation, his/her history and social and family environment, in order to decide if he/she can be helped and which is the most appropriate service.
The intensive phase of the treatment program for addiction disorders is carried out in the Day Hospital. Candidates for this program are therefore those suffering from this kind of disorder.
Methods of treatment
Each patient receives multidisciplinary treatment according to the objectives and methods agreed upon by the therapeutic team, based on an individualized therapeutic plan (PTI) designed for each case and integrated into a group program:
Patients who follow the outpatient program receive the following parallel external sessions:
Approximate Duration and Frequency
The first phase is of daily sessions, from 9:00 to 14:00 for one month.
The second phase starts with two sessions a week and then one a week, along with a regimen of toxicological tests until the two-year treatment regime is completed.
Made up by a psychiatric coordinator, three psychologists and a nurse.