Outpatient Therapy Program
That Fits Your Schedule
Whether you’re looking for in-person counseling, Christian addiction support over the phone, or online help, Hope Counseling in Corinth, Mississippi, has the right outpatient program for you. As part of Teen Challenge, we offer therapy for men, women, and teens dealing with life challenges. Check out our services below to find what suits you best:
One-on-One Counseling: Talk to a professional counselor online in Corinth, Mississippi, or at our Hope Counseling offices in Columbus, GA.
Couples Therapy: Join a Christian addiction counseling session online or in person with your partner to work through challenges together.
Group Counseling: We provide family and relationship therapy for groups of three or more.
Hope Counseling is here to support you on your journey to healing and growth.
What is Outpatient Therapy Treatment?
Outpatient treatment is a smart choice if you want help for life challenges but can’t take time off work or school or leave your responsibilities in Corinth, Mississippi, for inpatient rehab. At Hope Counseling, we create a personalized plan for Christian addiction counseling. We offer different levels of outpatient therapy, so you can gradually move from more intensive treatment to less as you become more confident in managing your recovery in Corinth, Mississippi, with less support.
Bringing Support to You: Telehealth Services Across the Southeast
Hope Counseling is excited to introduce Christian addiction counseling and support services through a secure online platform. With our telehealth counseling, those in the outpatient rehabilitation program in Corinth, Mississippi, can now receive group or individual treatment without needing to come in person.
Supporting Your Loved Ones in Corinth, Mississippi
At Teen Challenge Southeast Hope Counseling, we understand the importance of effective therapy. Our Group Therapy sessions, available in Columbus, Georgia, provide a safe space for recovery. Families want their loved ones to receive personalized Christian addiction counseling in a monitored environment. Whether struggles arise from trauma, foster care, adoption, or family history, our Individual and Group Therapy can help heal emotional and mental challenges. To make support more accessible, we now offer virtual Individual & Group Therapy sessions online for Corinth, Mississippi clients and in-person sessions in Columbus, GA.
Exploring Group Therapy
Group therapy brings people together with one or more therapists guiding the sessions. It’s like a team where everyone helps each other. This can be part of Christian addiction counseling along with individual therapy and medication.
In group therapy, the way things happen can be different. Sometimes people talk freely, and other times the therapist guides the discussion. This can even be done online. People in the group learn from each other and see they’re not alone if they’re dealing with similar issues in Corinth, Mississippi.
The group becomes like a support club. People encourage each other, and those who make progress inspire others. As someone gets better, they can also help others, which feels really good.
Group therapy can be affordable, and now it can happen on a computer too. Instead of just focusing on one person from Corinth, Mississippi, the therapist helps many people in the group. It’s a safe space to practice and learn.
The therapist also watches how everyone interacts. This helps them give useful advice to each person, making their journey at Teen Challenge Southeast Hope Counseling better.
For further details on both in-person and telehealth options available in Corinth, Mississippi, as part of the Teen Challenge Southeast and Hope Counseling outpatient rehabilitation program catering to men, women, and teens, feel free to reach out to us at 855-266-2163. Your journey toward healing and growth awaits.
"NO WARRANTY" LEGAL NOTICE: While independent outcomes studies have shown very high recovery rates for indiviuals in our programs, we cannot guarantee recovery for any particular individual. Recovery and future abstinence from addicting substances and the effects that such substances may have on the individual or their life, actions, or their future are entirely dependent on the individual and how well they apply the principles we have taught them. We are an educational institution, and how the individual in our program learns from what they are taught and modeled here, is totally up to them. Individuals who stay the full term (until graduation) have much better long-term recovery from addicitons than those who do not.