EHN Online – Powered by Wagon

Therapeutic Programs for Mental Health and Addiction

From the Comfort of Your Own Home

What Is EHN Online?

EHN Online is an intensive virtual mental health and addiction solution for those who need more support. Our intensive outpatient programs provide barrier-free and easily accessible support to those who need it.

Who Is EHN Online for?

Our services are for those seeking mental health and/or addiction treatment. If any of the following points describe your current situation, we can help!

  • You are a busy parent or professional who can’t leave your home/career to receive support
  • You have tried counselling apps, conventional therapy/counselling but need more structure
  • You are tired of re-explaining your situation to numerous professionals and would prefer a more cohesive recovery experience
  • You are considering taking medication for your worsening symptoms
  • You are looking for more than just therapy
  • You are in recovery and are looking for a refresher course
  • You don’t feel ready for an inpatient rehab program but want to continue your recovery process
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What We Treat

Alcohol and Drug Addiction

Mood (Depression) and Anxiety

Workplace Trauma

Sex and Love Addiction

Intensive Outpatient Programs

Effective Treatment Designed With Life in Mind

For clients who need more intensive treatment and structure than individual or group therapy alone, Intensive Outpatient Programs are virtual mental health and addiction treatment programs that can help clients get back to family, work and life quickly. Develop and practice important skills for recovery in real-time, and track progress on our corresponding Wagon app. This flexible teletherapy program lets you achieve recovery on your own terms, with a team of trained clinicians supporting you every step of the way.

Is Online Therapy Effective?

EHN Canada partnered with Wagon to conduct a four month pilot study to understand effectiveness for improving patient outcomes.

Happiness Increased

64% of participants reported an increase in happiness while using Wagon.

Supported a Recovery Plan

86% of participants reported that Wagon helped them follow their recovery plan.

EHN Online Testimonials

Tim C.

Ontario

“EHN Online provides me with a daily recap of my recovery efforts. Especially useful during hectic periods, it requires a daily inventory of not only my material efforts, but also my spiritual and emotional accounting. EHN Online’s best feature might be the ability to allow my counsellor access to my efforts, spotting trends that I might not have noticed and offering guidance as needed. It takes a village…”

Chris F.

Alberta

“My introduction and subsequent use of EHN Online was exactly what I needed in early recovery. From the daily sobriety counter to the daily, weekly, and monthly task checklists. The accountability was a welcome addition in my life.”

Shelbi Snodgrass

B.A. Psychology, Alberta

“EHN Online is improving the quality of life of my clients. It’s an excellent tool to build accountability, awareness, and overall personal balance. EHN Online allows clients to work closely with a counsellor, and piece together for themselves the holistic aspects of recovery while they discover triggers, and practice appropriate coping mechanisms. I’ve personally experienced the fluid therapeutic relationship EHN Online promotes, and have seen this translate into deeper levels of vulnerability in group sessions with peers.”

Michael P.

Ontario

“EHN Online gives me the ability to track and monitor the most important elements of my recovery. Although I have several years of sobriety, I have never had the ability to see what parts of my program are being neglected the way I do with EHN Online. In an instant, I can assess where I have been slipping over the previous week and get back on track. If I have been having a bad day or two the answer is usually waiting for me when I get back ‘on the Wagon’.”

Frequently Asked Questions

What is online counselling?

Online counselling, telehealth, or teletherapy, is like in-person counselling, but with added benefits such as reduced cost and increased flexibility. EHN Online’s intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are eight week virtual programs that consists of nine hours of individual and group therapy per week.These remote therapy sessions take place over video chat and use a holistic approach to help develop understanding and recovery techniques such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectic Behavioural Therapy. Following the intensive therapy, participants will have access to ten months of aftercare in which they can follow their relapse prevention plan and maintain connections and best practices in weekly support groups. All of our addiction and mental health counsellors are trained in online counselling to ensure that our program participants have the best possible care.

What is an IOP?

EHN Online’s intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) are online addiction and/or mental health treatment programs designed to provide more structure and intensive treatment than standard solutions such as individual therapy or support groups on their own. By accessing your mental health or addiction treatment via teletherapy, you can practice new coping skills in real-time, without uprooting yourself from your life.

What is online CBT?

Online Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a form of talk therapy that can be conducted virtually as teletherapy. CBT helps to reconstruct the way we think so that it is easier to manage our mental health or addiction symptoms and related behaviours. Rather than focussing on the cause and effect of your experienced problem, cognitive behavioural therapy focuses on the present moment, and what you can do to alter your thoughts, and in turn, your actions.

How much does therapy cost online?

The cost of therapy ranges across healthcare providers. The average cost of therapy ranges between approximately $60 to $200 per hour. Virtual therapy, teletherapy or e therapy costs range between $75-$150 per hour session. EHN Online’s intensive outpatient programs average $38/hr for a total of 173+ hours of treatment. To view our pricing breakdown, visit our financing page.

Does online rehab work for drug addictions?

Yes, with the right online treatment, you can recover from a drug addiction. With individual counselling and online addiction recovery support groups, EHN Online’s intensive outpatient programs can help you reach and maintain sobriety. We are prepared to support recovery from stimulants (e.g. cocaine), depressants (e.g. alcohol), opioids (e.g. heroin) and hallucinogens (e.g. LSD).

How does an outpatient rehab program work?

EHN Online’s substance use IOP is an eight week virtual program that consists of nine hours of individual and group therapy per week.These remote therapy sessions (or teletherapy sessions) take place over video chat and use a holistic approach to help develop understanding and addiction recovery techniques such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Dialectic Behavioural Therapy. Following the intensive therapy, participants will have access to ten months of aftercare in which they can follow their relapse prevention plan and maintain connections and best practices in weekly support groups. All of our addiction counsellors are trained in online counselling to ensure that our program participants have the best possible care.

Is EHN Online a 12-step recovery program?

EHN Online is a non 12 step treatment centre. Our approach is holistic and secular, however, for those who are interested in a 12 step program for addiction, our addiction counsellors are prepared to accommodate your needs.

Am I an alcoholic?

If you are concerned about your alcohol or drug intake, you are in the right place. Virtual rehab is beneficial to anyone who would like to reduce or gain control of their consumption of drugs or alcohol. To get a better understanding of your addiction or alcoholism, take our drug and alcohol assessment test, or call us at 866-639-4612 to speak to an admissions counsellor.

What are signs of an addiction?

While no two experiences are the same, there are some common signs of addiction that you can look out for.

  • Physical
    Examples include experiencing withdrawal symptoms, increasing dosage to achieve desired effects, or engaging in riskier behaviour.
  • Social
    Examples include decreased interest in socializing, abandoning commitments, or a drastic change in social groups, likely transitioning to spend time with people who use substances similarly.
  • Mental
    Examples include lack of control or ability to stay away from the addictive substance, and drastic changes in personality.

If you recognize these symptoms in yourself or a loved one, you can get online drug and alcohol addiction help with virtual rehab programs such as our intensive outpatient program for substance use disorder.

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