The Rose offers a high-quality partial hospitalization program specifically created for women in Newport Beach, CA. To best serve our clients, The Rose provides rehabilitation tailored for adult women to deliver successful recovery.
Understanding partial hospitalization treatment at The Rose in Newport Beach, CA
In a beautiful beachside community in Orange County, California, The Rose of Newport Beach offers life-changing treatment for adult women who have been dealing with substance abuse, chemical dependency, and many co-occurring disorders. Women who choose to heal at The Rose benefit both from our clinically superior care and also from our warm and supportive atmosphere. At The Rose, each woman is honored, respected, and treated with the utmost dignity.
Designed by women for women, The Rose is dedicated not only to alleviating the distressing symptoms of addiction and co-occurring disorders, but also to addressing each woman’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs. The result is that by the time they have completed their stays with us, women are empowered to make the real and lasting changes that will enable them to overcome their dependence on illicit chemicals and end their self-defeating behavioral patterns.
A key feature of treatment at The Rose is that we provide women with the opportunity to receive primary, partial hospitalization (PHP), and intensive outpatient (IOP) levels of care within one self-contained three-phase treatment experience. With seamless transitions from phase to phase and an integrated overall approach that helps to ensure that women meet their personal objectives, The Rose provides a continuum of care that is unmatched in terms of both quality and consistency.
Therapies used in our partial hospitalization program for women
At the PHP level of care, women who heal at The Rose will work with experienced professionals whose skills are surpassed only by their dedication and compassion. Depending upon their specific needs, women who are receiving treatment at the PHP level may work closely with drug and alcohol counselors, nurses, a psychiatrist, physician assistants, a licensed marriage and family therapist, and marriage and family therapist trainees and registered interns. PHP clients may also benefit from the skills and services of professionals who have received specialized training in a wide range of fields, including dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), couples and family counseling, trauma, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), hypnotherapy, nutrition, and massage therapy.
Treatment modalities that are employed at the PHP level of care include acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).These modalities are incorporated into a variety of activities, including the following:
- Art therapy
- Group therapy
- Individual therapy
- Experiential therapies
- Family systems approach
- Co-dependency workshops
- Trauma resolution
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Transitioning from PHP to IOP at The Rose in Newport Beach, CA
The seamless transition into the PHP level of care at The Rose also ensures that women who are in early recovery can continue their progress through the 12-Step recovery model. The 12 steps are a fundamental element of treatment at The Rose, and PHP provides an excellent opportunity for women to increase their understanding and strengthen their commitment to this life-affirming process.
Women who have already completed residential recovery at another center also have the opportunity to benefit from our PHP services through The Rose II, an innovative two-phase program that provides women in early recovery with PHP and IOP care. As is also the case with women who begin primary care with us, those who enroll in The Rose II receive comprehensive PHP services that have been customized according to their unique strengths, needs, and objectives.
In both primary care and The Rose II, our PHP services are designed both to enhance the skills and abilities that were initially developed during primary residential care and to offer transitional support as women prepare for the next phases of their treatment and recovery. As part of a comprehensive continuum of care, PHP can be a vital step on a woman’s path toward a healthier drug-free future.