COPE strives to meet the therapy needs of all enrolled clients. COPE’s licensed professional therapists are dedicated to helping individuals and families reduce emotional and psychological distress and improve the quality of their lives and relationships. An array of general and specialized therapy services are available in group and/or individual settings.
COPE offers extended hours at some clinics in order to meet the needs of those whose schedules prevent them from receiving services during regular business hours.
- Grief and loss
- Major life changes
- Marital and family conflict
- Domestic violence
- Communication and boundaries
- Women’s issues
- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) issues
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and trauma
- Eating disorders
- Sex offenders
- Sex addiction
- Issues specific to military personnel and their families
- Personality disorders
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Substance Abuse Treatment
COPE’s Substance Abuse Treatment Program is designed to meet the needs of individuals and families that have been affected by substance abuse. COPE’s therapists meet with clients to assess the level of care that is most appropriate and to identify specific issues that need to be addressed while in treatment. Additional assessments may be conducted throughout the recovery process in order to ensure clients are making progress. Co-occurring disorders will also be addressed as a component of treatment.
COPE offers several levels of substance abuse treatment designed to meet the specific needs of each client including:
- Intensive outpatient services
- Substance abuse recovery
- Relapse prevention
- Seeking Safety
- SMART Recovery
For more information on therapy services, please call COPE’s Intake Department at 520.205.4732.
If you are an existing member, please contact your Case Manager.