Treatment Team

At Invictus Health Group, we strive to help patients recover from the clutches of substance abuse and any co-occurring disorders and at the same time, help the families understand that proper care and treatment will ensure that their loved ones enjoy lasting recovery. For this, we have partnered with teams who are highly skilled and experienced mental health and substance abuse treatment professionals who design comprehensive and customized treatment plans for complete recovery of the patients.

The team we work with are comprised of a multidisciplinary group of medical and non-medical professionals. They are experts in dealing with mental illnesses, substance abuse issues, and co-occurring disorders. The treatment team is highly educated, trained and certified, in their respective fields, yet compassionate and sensitive to the patient’s requirements. This enables them to build a loving and nurturing bond with the patient and provide a safe and secure environment for them to recover and heal in.

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Treatment Team

Treatment Team

All the addiction and mental health services are administered by a skilled team, and each team is designed keeping in mind the different treatment requirements of the patients.

Team for substance abuse treatment services

Invictus Health group partners with skilled and passionate addiction health specialists who provide holistic substance abuse treatment programs. These specialists excel in addiction medicine and can provide a comprehensive medical exam and diagnosis, prescribe medications, offer brief counseling, and oversee the successful implementation of a drug addiction treatment plan.

The addiction treatment team is comprised of the following experts:

  • Medical doctors: Each and every doctor is a board-certified physician who works in close collaboration with the psychiatrists in prescribing appropriate medications for the well-being of the patient.
  • Psychiatrists: All psychiatrists specialize in addiction medicine. They prescribe medications by working closely with the medical doctors. They are readily available during crisis intervention.
  • Licensed nurses: The nursing staff is licensed and it helps obtain laboratory samples, administers prescribed medications, inserts intravenous catheters, and communicates with the patients directly. The nurses monitor the patients’ vital signs and withdrawal symptoms throughout the detoxification process.
  • Psychologists: The team of licensed psychologists work one-on-one with patients to ensure accurate diagnosis of all conditions including co-occurring disorders. They ensure that each patient’s needs and goals are met through the treatment cycle.
  • Psychotherapists: Psychotherapists work with individuals, couples, groups, and families to understand their emotional upheavals. The psychotherapists guide the patients throughout the duration of the treatment to effectively address their specific conditions and circumstances.
  • Counselors: The licensed team of substance abuse and mental health counselors help the patients in understanding the exact nature of their addiction or mental illness and how to cope with these conditions successfully.
  • Case managers: The case managers ease communication between the team members and patients, ensuring quality and continuity of care during the treatment cycle.
  • Patient advocates: Patient advocates assist patients in communicating with their health care providers so that they can make informed decisions about their health. They also help communicate patients’ wishes and needs and handle their critical issues so that the patients can focus on getting well.
  • Registered dietitians: The registered dietitians take into consideration the patient’s history, current medical conditions, lifestyles, medications, and food preferences to devise diet plans for them. These diet plans ensure that the nutritional requirements of the patients are met. They also help in faster recovery. They work in close association with the on-board chef to ensure that meals are prepared in accordance with the needs of the patient.
  • House managers: The house managers supervise patients during their residential stay. House managers coordinate transportation, individual mental health and substance abuse treatment schedules, meals, and communicates directly with the treatment team and the members.
  • Ancillary staff: The ancillary staff provides different types of supportive services to our patients and their families.

Team for mental health treatment services

Mental illness is a prominent and pertinent problem for many Americans today. At Invictus Health Group, the team of experts whom we have partnered with do whatever they can to help our patients live full, healthy, happy, and productive lives. They offer numerous inpatient mental health treatment modalities including individual therapy, group therapy, mindfulness meditation, and so much more. Their unique cognitive remediation program provides insight into how to achieve healthy living on a daily basis.

The mental health treatment team typically includes:

  • Psychiatrists: The psychiatrists help thoroughly evaluate the mental health of the patient. After reaching a diagnosis, they prescribe the required medications to the patients to ensure that their symptoms of the mental disorder are managed successfully.
  • Primary therapists: The primary therapist is responsible for the entire treatment cycle of the patient. They look after the patient and coordinate with all the specialists involved in the treatment process.
  • Group counselors: These professionals are responsible for conducting and mediating group counselling sessions. Such sessions allow the patient to share their experiences with other people who have had similar experiences.
  • Clinical concierge: The experienced and skilled clinical concierge connect with the patients on a personal basis. They work with the patient to teach them effective ways to identify and express their feelings. These are also responsible for guiding the patient through their stressors and teaching them constructive and applicable coping mechanisms.
  • Intake coordinators: These are probably the first people a patient meets on their entry into the behavioral health center. These team members help the patient complete the admission formalities, including insurance verification, consent forms, and other relevant paperwork.

In addition to the above, the mental health team also includes:

  • Case managers
  • Patient advocates

Team for dual-diagnosis treatment services

Dual-diagnosis treatment is provided by a multidisciplinary team of experienced professionals. They offer expert, compassionate care to our dual-diagnosis patients.

We realize that each patient is a unique individual requiring a treatment approach tailored to their specific needs. The medical and nonmedical professionals, whom Invictus Health Group has partnered with, coordinate their services in order to provide each patient with the best, most effective treatment experience.

Our dual-diagnosis treatment team members include:

  • Medical doctors
  • Psychiatrists
  • Licensed nurses
  • Psychologists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Counselors
  • Case managers
  • Patient advocates
  • Registered dieticians
  • House managers

Team for detox treatment services

The detox treatment is provided by a team of highly trained professionals whom offer expert, compassionate care to patients dealing with substance abuse and dual-diagnosis conditions.

Detoxification is the first step in a drug addiction treatment program. However, it presents a range of challenges. Treatment teams are made up of diverse specialists each of whom brings a unique set of skills to the table that helps ease the patient through the detoxification process. The composition of the team is based on the specific needs of each individual and comprises the following:

  • Medical doctors
  • Psychiatrists
  • Licensed nurses
  • Psychologists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Counselors
  • Case managers
  • Patient advocates
  • Registered dieticians
  • House managers
  • Ancillary staff

Reach out to us

At Invictus Health Group, our team works tirelessly to provide each and every patient with the necessary physical and emotional tools required to a lead a disease and addiction-free life. We accept male and female adult patients as well as adolescents aged between 12 to 17 for treating substance abuse and co-occurring conditions.

For more information about our addiction treatment plans or any specialized programs, call our 24/7 mental health and substance abuse treatment helpline (866)-548-0190. You can also chat online with our representatives for further assistance.

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  • Aetna
  • APS
  • Multiplan
  • Compsych
  • IBH
  • Anthem
  • Cigna
  • Healthsmart
  • Holman
  • Lifesynch
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