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Virtual Therapy & Programs

Our APN Connection telehealth offerings exist to support you as you navigate mental health, recovery, and physical health from your own home and environment

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CONVENIENT, EXCEPTIONAL CARE WITH VIRTUAL THERAPY AND PROGRAMS

APN Connection allows our therapists to see clients in real-time in their real lives. We gain firsthand insight into what is happening on the home front so that you can navigate struggles with support. Additionally, APN Telehealth offers a smooth transition for existing clients as they move through our continuum of care and reintegrate into life. With individual sessions and virtual group meetings, you can find a balance of support and connection. Our goal is to lay a solid foundation so that you feel confident moving deeper into recovery.

APN Connection offers exceptional virtual care from the comfort of home. Wherever you are, we’re right there with you.

Convenient Location
Individualized Options

Work one-on-one with a provider or join therapy and support groups that fit your interests and needs.

Family Therapy
Community Support

Connect with other people with similar backgrounds, interests, circumstances, and goals. Stay connected anytime, and celebrate your wins together.

Evidence-Based
Trackable Outcomes

Our treatment works, and we have the data to prove it. We track your improvement with evidence-based metrics.

Quick Daily Sessions
Convenient Times & Access

Schedule individual sessions at convenient times for you, and join groups that are scheduled to fit in with your life.

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VIRTUAL THERAPY & ONLINE PROGRAMS

Whether you’re starting therapy for the first time or stepping down from a higher level of care, we’re right here with you. Our telehealth platform – APN Connection – allows us to support you in the real world. As new stressors come up, we can help you unpack and process in real time. You’ll be able to build a greater support network by participating in group therapy sessions with APN clients across the country. With peer support, you can get advice rooted in experience and hold space for others as you journey deeper into recovery together.

Everyone at All Points North wants to see you achieve your goals. With virtual therapy, we’re able to help you address underlying trauma, adjust to life in recovery, maintain your mental health, or just find your way forward.

MEET THE VIRTUAL TEAM

Lisa Orraca, MA, LMFT leads our team of APN Connection therapists and provides support to all of our virtual clients as the Clinical Director of Telehealth. She is highly experienced in trauma-focused therapy, addiction recovery, addiction within family systems, and relationship enhancement skills.

Lisa is committed to helping each client with a no-nonsense, direct, solutions-focused approach. Lisa shares that the most rewarding part of her job is helping clients who have struggled with their recovery or experienced relapse as they transition to life outside of a residential treatment program. She is honored to work with a dynamic, experienced team of clinicians and expand support for clients receiving services within our virtual program.

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FIND YOUR PERFECT LEVEL OF CARE

Within the telehealth program, we offer various levels of care to meet you where you are and guide you to the next step. After assessing your needs, we’ll work with you to develop a custom treatment protocol. Clients who start at a higher level of care can move step down in treatment as they make progress.

  • Subscription Packages
    • Bundle your virtual services to get more support
  • Outpatient Groups
    • Join 60-90 minute groups to process, learn, and grow
  • Intensive Outpatient Programs
    • Start an 8-week program with 10 hours of groups per week
  • Individual Therapy
    • Schedule a 1-on-1 therapy session with a licensed therapist
  • Psychiatry
    • Talk to a licensed psychiatry provider about health and meds
  • Family or Couples Therapy
    • Work with a family therapist on circumstances and dynamics

VIRTUAL FAMILY PROGRAMMING

We incorporate family therapy to support a balanced alliance with clients and their loved ones. APN’s family services program places the focus on the system as a whole to elicit change and growth, as research shows that this approach supports the strongest outcomes in treatment.

Our family system is typically where we learn how to handle conflict, develop our attachment style, and practice communication. When you address dysfunction within your family system, you’re able to form a more solid foundation for support. With family support, you are more likely to sustain long-lasting recovery.

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VIRTUAL INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAMS AVAILABLE NOW

The APN Intensive Outpatient Program is a virtual IOP-level program for individuals who have experienced substance dependence, mental health challenges, overwhelming stress, and emotional dysregulation. The intensive groups and individual therapy in this program are tailored to those who are able to participate in life but often find themselves in repetitive habits and thought patterns and dysfunctional habits.

Our licensed therapists and professional facilitators guide clients through identifying personal challenges and stressful events in their lives, identifying the lingering effects of these events, and finding their way forward into freedom from the past.

The result is an integrative program designed to guide clients through processing the past and learning how to move forward with tangible skills and tools.

Trauma-Informed Mental Health IOP

Through the Trauma-Informed Mental Health IOP, clients participate in three 3-hour groups per week to:

  • Gain an understanding of how past trauma and the resultant behaviors and reactions impact current relationships
  • Gain and utilize tools to recognize triggers and respond to them rather than react
  • Develop a practical understanding of mind-body interactions and their effects on daily living and relationships
  • Acquire and refine critical life skills in areas such as mindfulness practice, breathing protocols, purpose seeking, sleep hygiene, healthy relationship development, and more
  • Build and utilize a network of support – professional and peer
  • Establish healthy living practices such as internal and external boundary setting, self-esteem management, distress tolerance, and emotional regulation

Weekly one-on-one sessions and assessments are scheduled individually based on client and therapist availability.

  • Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Groups
  • 2:30-5:30 PM or 1:00-4:00 PM Mountain Time
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Substance Use Disorder & Co-Occurring Disorders IOP

Through the Substance Use Disorder & Co-Occurring Disorders IOP, clients participate in three 3-hour groups per week to:

  • Gain an understanding of mental health and addiction in a nonjudgmental, empathetic environment
  • Learn evidence-based skills and tools to manage stress, anxiety, and cravings
  • Gain and utilize tools to recognize triggers and respond to them rather than react
  • Establish healthy living practices such as internal and external boundary setting, self-esteem management, distress tolerance, and emotional regulation

Weekly one-on-one sessions and assessments are scheduled individually based on client and therapist availability.

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Groups
  • 4:00-7:00 PM Mountain Time
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Athlete IOP

Through the Athlete IOP, clients participate in three 3-hour groups per week to:

  • Develop a practical understanding of mind-body interactions and their effects on daily living and relationships
  • Acquire and refine critical life skills in areas such as mindfulness practice, breathing protocols, purpose seeking, sleep hygiene, healthy relationship development, and more
  • Build and utilize a network of support – professional and peer
  • Establish healthy living practices such as internal and external boundary setting, self-esteem management, distress tolerance, and emotional regulation

Weekly one-on-one sessions and assessments are scheduled individually based on client and therapist availability.

  • Monday, Thursday, Friday Groups
  • 10 AM-1:00 PM Mountain Time
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OUTPATIENT THERAPY GROUPS AVAILABLE NOW

Get support on a variety of topics in a group setting, connect with other clients in treatment with clinician guidance, and build on skills learned in individual sessions. Virtual groups are available in the APN Connection App, Monday through Friday.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

DBT Skills Training groups are for people who would like to cope more effectively with intense emotions, addictive behaviors, and/or relationship struggles. DBT assumes that clients are doing the best they can, AND they need to learn new behaviors in all relevant contexts. This group is designed around four specific skills:

  1. Mindfulness – The practice of being fully aware and present in this one moment
  2. Interpersonal Effectiveness – How to ask for what you want and say no while maintaining self-respect and relationships with others
  3. Distress Tolerance – How to tolerate pain in difficult situations, not change it
  4. Emotion Regulation – How to change emotions that you want to change

Tuesdays at 5:00-6:30 PM Mountain Time

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Trauma Bonds

Trauma bonds are emotional bonds with an individual, and sometimes, with a group. They arise from a recurring, cyclical pattern of abuse that is reinforced by rewards and punishments; the process is referred to as trauma bonding or traumatic bonding. A trauma bond usually involves a victim forming an emotional bond with the perpetrator.

In this group, you’ll learn more about trauma bonds and process your own experiences with guidance from a therapist and support from peers.

Tuesday at 2:30-4:00 PM Mountain Time

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Living Sober

Living Sober is an open process group for SUD primary clients to engage in support and weekly wellness goal-setting. This group provides a safe space to discuss common challenges and gain a deeper understanding of addictive patterns. Topics will vary based on the needs of the group, but in general, common topics include self-care, family dynamics, coping strategies, and overall wellness.

Thursdays at 5:00-6:30 PM Mountain Time

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Mindfulness

Cultivating Mindful Intention helps coupled and uncoupled individuals foster a greater understanding of mindfulness for themselves and their relationships. In this group, you’ll identify techniques to help you apply mindfulness concepts and skills into your daily life. The concepts presented are rooted in thousands of years of Buddhist tradition that have since been incorporated into theoretical models like DBT and ACT.

Wednesdays at 5:00-6:30 PM Mountain Time

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Resolving Codependency

Explore concepts of codependency, learn how it presents in your relationships, and develop tools to enhance relational wellbeing. Connect with other group members and help each other practice setting boundaries, build confidence relying on yourself, and develop a stronger sense of self-awareness.

Wednesdays at 6:00-7:00 PM Mountain Time

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Professionals

Get back to work in your chosen profession in a way that is safe for you and for others. Explore topic arears like Professional Impairment, Boundaries, Monitoring, Distressed Professional, Relapse Prevention, and Professional Health and Wellbeing to better understand yourself and how to move forward in your profession.

Tuesdays at 12:00-1:30 PM Mountain Time

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Multiple Pathways to Recovery

There are many paths toward recovery, and this group can help you find what works for you. In this group, you’ll participate in ongoing discussions focused on recovery supports including Buddhist approaches as well as secular programs like SMART Recovery, Refuge Recovery, Secular Organizations for Sobriety, and Life Ring Recovery.

You’ll learn recovery skills that support your overall wellness like meditation, finding a work/life balance, and how to support physical well-being. Get individualized support and personalized resources in a group setting with an abundance of peer support.

Mondays at 12:00 PM Mountain Time

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Healthy Relationships and Communication Skills

Strengthen your personal, professional, and family relationships by learning how to set boundaries, practice active listening, increase effective communication, recognize healthy conflict, and safely engage in conflict resolution. Connect and learn from peers who share similar life experiences as you deepen your communication skills.

Wednesdays at 4:00 PM Mountain Time

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Finding Balance in a Chaotic World

Process challenges to your sobriety with peer support and clinician guidance. In this group, you’ll learn techniques that help you deepen your emotional sobriety by getting in touch with your feelings, reconnecting with your body, and using mindfulness practices and the Mindfulness Workbook for Addiction. Find techniques that support your recovery from process addictions and develop relapse prevention techniques that work for your unique journey.

Tuesdays at 11 AM Mountain Time

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Healing from Childhood Dysfunction

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Thursdays at 11 AM Mountain Time

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Becoming an Emotion Coach

Learn to increase your emotional awareness, express your emotions, and give and receive support to your loved one dealing with a mental health or addiction episode. This group will help you build a framework for authentic therapeutic apologies to decrease conflict in relationships. Open to current clients, former clients, and their loved ones receiving support for mental health and addiction.

Tuesdays at 4:30 PM Mountain Time

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Conversations for Connection

In a safe space, clients will gain clinician insight and connect with other families who share similar experiences. You’ll learn how to explore your feelings, process experiences as individuals and as a family, and enhance the quality of your relationships.

Tuesdays at 5:00 PM Mountain Time

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ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS AVAILABLE NOW

LGBTQIA+ Support Group

This group offers social support, affirming resources, and an opportunity to connect with your peers and share similar experiences. You’ll have a safe container to process, explore, and learn how to navigate unique issues within your community.

Wednesdays at 5:30 PM Mountain Time

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Support Group for Chronic Pain

Details coming soon…

Wednesdays at 6:30 PM Mountain Time

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APN CONNECTION: YOUR VIRTUAL THERAPY APP

Virtual treatment is more seamless with a user-friendly app. APN has built its own private app for you to see your schedule, join sessions, track your progress, and get peer-to-peer support for your recovery journey. APN Connection is a secure hub for clients to join all remote groups and individual sessions with just a smartphone.

WHERE TO START

It’s easy to get started with All Points North. Just call, live chat, or send us a message to connect with a trusted member of our team. From there, we can listen to your story, assess your needs, answer initial questions, verify your insurance benefits, and discuss the next steps. We genuinely want you to get the best help, so if we think you would be better suited for a telehealth program with a different provider, we can let you know that too. Once you hop on the phone with us, our team will walk with you through each next step. These initial phone consultations are free, so there’s no risk to call. We are here for you.

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