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Frequently Asked Questions
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At Metamorphosis, all clients receive 2 individual psychotherapy sessions PER WEEK, administrated by a Master’s level registered therapist. Plus a one on one counseling session with an addictions counselor. What distinguishes their roles is the difference in education, training, experience and professional accountability. A therapist enables you to tackle deep trauma and unresolved issues that fuel your addiction. A counsellor helps you go through your work book and handle emotional distress during your recovery process with healthy habits on a daily/weekly basis. Besides individual therapy sessions, all clients have 24/7, unlimited access to registered Addiction Counsellors for support and mentoring
Our residential treatment is a minimum of 4 weeks
We also offer 6, 8 or 12 weeks treatment, if need be. Anything beyond that is based on the specific needs of the individual. These needs will be assessed by our clinical team and will be discussed with the client.
No, we are a private facility and therefore our program is fee-for-service. However, select insurance companies do recognize treatment at Metamorphosis Centre for change and provide coverage. Please contact us for details.
Most insurance companies do recognize treatment with us and provide coverage. However, insurance coverage is dependent on the company you deal with and your individual plan. Rest assured we will support you in providing your insurance company with the information required to submit a claim. Please contact us for details.
Metamorphosis Centre for change operates a 20,000sq ft facility. Located in Wasaga Beach, we can accommodate up to 26 clients at any given time. Our extra large and spacious size and setting enables us to provide maximum individual treatment and client care. While at the same time not making you feel like you are crammed in a 10,000 sq ft house with 20 plus strangers for 30 days
Yes, Of course you can. Rooms at our facilities are private or semiprivate accommodation. We encourage roommates to learn from each other, share experiences and establish bonds. Upon request, private rooms are available.
Metamorphosis Centre for change prides itself on the quality of food we provide. Our chefs are highly skilled at preparing meals that are healthy, well-balanced, and delicious. We are happy to accommodate clients with food allergies and other dietary needs or restrictions.
Clients are not allowed to leave the premises unless accompanied by staff during the first three weeks of their stay. During their final week of treatment, clients can apply for an outing on their own. (this has been suspended due to covid)
This outing is an opportunity for them to gain exposure to their environment and to assess how well they can apply the skills they have learned while in treatment. Twice weekly, clients have the option to leave the residence to attend community meetings. (this has been suspended due to covid)
Metamorphosis Centre for change’ team consists of Registered Social Workers and Registered Psychotherapists with a master’s level of education or higher. Most of our addiction counsellors are in recovery and have been for longer than 10 years, and in some cases up to 25 years.
Any deposit payment made is 90% refundable at any time prior to admission.
Day 1 – (first 24 hours) – 90% refund on paid admission price
Day 2 – (past 48 hours) – 60% refund on paid admission price
Day 3-(past 72 hour) – 0% refund on paid admission price
Metamorphosis Centre for Change has a zero-tolerance policy for three areas listed in the code of conduct. Violating any of the following, will result in immediate discharge without refund.
- Bringing in any contraband substances
- Performing any type of sexual misconduct
- Demonstrates any type of physical or verbal threats or aggression towards staff or other clients
If you have a specific question, we would like to answer it. You can always give us a call to ask your questions. We would be more than happy to help.
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