Meet Brian Murphy, Clinical Director of The Treatment Center Outpatient Services. As Clinical Director, Brian guides the Outpatient Services team as they help patients transition from the early stages of recovery into a healthy and secure sober lifestyle. Along with his team of therapists and case managers, Brian strives to give patients the best treatment, carrying out The Treatment Center’s mission of providing the highest standard of patient care.
Brian and his team at Outpatient Services understand that recovery is a continuous, lifelong journey. After participating in a 30-day inpatient program, patients often need assistance transitioning into a sober lifestyle outside of treatment. With the help of programs such as individual and group therapy, anger management, family workshops, relapse prevention and more, patients in Outpatient Services are able to reinforce their foundation as they step back into life outside treatment.
In this video, Brian explains his vision and goals for Outpatient Services and how he and his staff work hard to accomplish them and help patients transform their lives:
“Restoring hope is so important because we see so many folks come without any hope, and that’s what we help you focus on. How can you rebuild your life, not going back but moving forward? How can we help you let go of the past so that you can embrace your destiny?
Hi, my name is Brian Murphy, Clinical Director of The Treatment Center Outpatient Services. As Clinical Director of the Outpatient Services program, what I strive to accomplish is leading my team of therapists and case managers to provide the best care that they can, which is what we do on a daily basis.
My main goal is to continue the vision and philosophy of The Treatment Center, which is to provide excellent evidence-based treatment and recovery options as well as a personal, caring environment for every single one of our patients.
At Outpatient Services what we do as folks transfer from inpatient, we can provide all that structure support therapy that’s going to help them bridge that gap from early recovery to a maintenance stage and moving on into a lifelong experience of growth, recovery and healing. We have programs like relapse prevention, an experiential workshop, hypnotherapy, family therapy, as well as provide a supportive, caring, loving environment with all of our staff and professionals that deal with the issues that you’re facing.
Our patients work through triggering emotions, thoughts and events that have crippled them in the past. Rather than using substances, what they do is begin to practice and use new skills that are functional in their life. They also learn how to love themselves and be loved by others.
I know as a family member, addiction and alcoholism is very confusing. That’s why we’re here to help you help them to be able to break the chains of the past, and create a new future for your loved one and your family.
If you think that your loved one is struggling with these issues, please give us a call.”