Ongoing Treatment and Support
Olympia House Outpatient Therapy Groups are for residents who complete our residential treatment program and for non-residents interested in less intensive outpatient treatment. The program runs three days a week and includes random drug and alcohol testing.
Our outpatient therapy groups provide individuals with ongoing structure, treatment, group support, and a safe space to process daily struggles related to life and addiction.
We also provide many other peer support groups at Olympia House.
Groups meet 3 days a week: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 3:30-5:00 pm
Outpatient Group Therapies include:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is an evidence-based treatment that assists people in changing their behaviors by reframing their thoughts. It helps people struggling with addiction to manage impulsive self-destructive behaviors, overwhelming emotions, and negative, distorted thought patterns.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
DBT is a form of therapy that assists people in letting go of extreme thoughts and emotions and solving problems more effectively. The word “dialectical” refers to the concept that two ideas can be true at the same time.
Mindfulness is a meditative practice that involves paying careful attention to the present moment without judgment.
Learning and practicing life skills helps people develop the self-control and personal discipline needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle free of drugs and alcohol.