Individualized Treatment Matters
Our mission at ERPHealth is to save and transform lives through individualizing behavioral healthcare.
Individualized Treatment Plan
An individualized treatment plan considers all of the parts that need to be worked through for lasting recovery. The road to recovery has many components, with each one tailored to the individual’s needs and goals. Creating a plan with counselors and addiction professionals is essential for the health of the individual and their recovery, as well as their loved ones who want to support their healing.
Benefits to Treatment Plans
People who need individualized treatment plans need to understand the benefits they offer. It may be hard for some people to commit to the process, but it is one that helps if they want to move forward in recovery. Some of the benefits they may experience include:
- Seeing the problem of substance use disorder as more significant than themselves and realizing the value in getting appropriate treatment.
- Managing the mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual sides of substance use disorder.
- Multiple therapy options are available to accommodate everyone in recovery.
- Anybody who accesses substance use disorder therapy will find what works for them.
- Testing and treating their health issues is vital during the process of trial and error.
- Secure social networks are built around sobriety and recovery rather than substance use disorder.
When a person understands the benefits of an individualized treatment plan, it helps them make an informed decision. It is also essential to understand the pattern most recovery methods take. Substance use disorder recovery takes time and work. It is about trial and error, along with navigating the challenges people have along the way that makes the difference. Being honest and vulnerable helps to ensure the best treatment actions are taken to make the way back to sobriety a rewarding and empowering process.
How can an ITP help?
The behavioral health space is missing an opportunity to truly individualize and track, in real time, patients’ progress and outcomes. Our gold standard assessments now enable practitioners to adjust clinical care based on what their clients need… now, when it matters most.
ERP Health brings the change clinicians need using industry-standard assessments stored in HIPAA-compliant software. The time a patient spends in a treatment setting is now used optimally, ensuring that they are providing tailored-specific treatment based on what the individual’s needs are.
Drug and alcohol abuse are symptoms of a deeper issue. For sustainable recovery to occur, it is vital to get to the root of what is driving the patient’s behaviors utilizing a holistic approach. (i.e Trauma, Family Dynamics, etc.)
Patients are given a personal life assessment to determine which specific areas need the most attention (i.e. Family, Finances, Career, etc.), and then assisted by their therapist and coach to develop self-directed solutions.
The ERP clinical assessment tool utilizes an adverse childhood experiences assessment to identify and address a patient’s unresolved childhood trauma through appropriate placement in individual and group therapy.
The ERP Model utilizes a strength-based approach, spotlighting the patient’s inherent strengths and goals for the future. We focus less on pathology and more on potential.
ERP provides tools that are designed to empower patients. Through self-directed learning, the patient develops self-efficacy, and begins to correlate positive feeling with personal initiative.
Based on the neuroscience principle, “Neurons that fire together, wire together,” ERP’s RECOVER Daily checklist utilizes the brain’s ability to rewire itself through neuroplasticity, while cementing new positive behaviors in the implicit/procedural memory systems.
Assessment is an ongoing process. The ERP technology is designed to monitor the patient’s progress throughout the continuum of care as well as when they reintegrate back into the schedules of their daily lives.
We provide treatment partners with the ability to measure the efficacy of clinical treatments (ie: DBT, CBT) within specific demographics, allowing for clinical recommendations based on outcomes and evidence of previous success.