Symetria Recovery® pioneered a specific and proven treatment protocol to address the unique effects of opioid and heroin addiction. Known as The Symetria Method®, we combine Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) with behavioral counseling in an outpatient setting. Our unique approach results in recovery success rates that are four times greater than the industry average.
The Symetria Method® focuses on achieving four distinct goals:
- Reducing cravings and withdrawal
- Building positive coping skills
- Preventing relapse
- Supporting a lifestyle of recovery
Like any serious illness, addiction requires evidence-based treatment with effective medications. Medications for opioid addiction immediately work to eliminate withdrawal and reduce cravings, freeing patients to focus on treatment and recovery. At Symetria Recovery, we don’t prescribe medication; we dispense directly to patients along with a full-continuum of medical and counseling support.
Patients who participate in IOP can choose between several group therapy options without disrupting their everyday life at home, work, or school. These programs include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), relapse prevention therapy, mindfulness-based sobriety, and therapy sessions.
Our Day Treatment program is designed to help those who are caught somewhere in the middle of the treatment process. If you have completed inpatient or residential treatment, or your dependence on drugs or alcohol does not warrant long-term residential treatment, Day Treatment provides the appropriate balance between structured treatment and independent living.
Addiction often accompanies co-occurring conditions such as depression and anxiety. In keeping with our model to treat the whole person under “one roof,” Symetria Recovery provides psychiatric services including assessment, diagnosis and psychotropic medication management.
At Symetria Recovery, we understand the critical role family and loved ones play in our patients’ treatment and recovery journeys. We offer both family counseling and a number of support groups that help patients and their loved ones better understand what it takes to be successful in recovery.
Relapsing is a major risk for individuals who receive addiction treatment. Many patients come to us with stories about quitting in the past, but resuming their use after leaving a rehab center. By creating a customized continuing care program, including aftercare groups, meetings, and ongoing medication support, we can help you reduce this risk and achieve long-term recovery.
Get Help Fighting Opioid Addiction Today
If you’ve been worried about a loved one, or if you’re concerned about the way you use your pain medication, we urge you to contact us as soon as possible for help. To take the first step, contact us online or call (888) 782-6966 right away.