O’Connor Professional Group (OPG) offers a continuum of services to guide individuals and families through the behavioral health industry by providing concierge services to identify suitable treatment and aftercare options, and assist in creating and implementing sustainable recovery plans. We help address the needs of those struggling with behavioral health issues that include substance use disorders, mental health issues, eating disorders, and mood and personality disorders. OPG also supports individuals on the autism spectrum and young adults lacking clinical diagnoses, who are struggling with transitions to independence.

Our Services

OPG’s offerings include services such as planning Interventions, assigning Case Management, implementing Monitoring Services, and providing Therapeutic Coaching. Our goal is to help facilitate long-term behavioral change as a complement to clinical treatment.

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Why OPG?

Our mission at O’Connor Professional Group is to help individuals and families thrive in recovery. We help clients and families navigate the behavioral health industry to create, implement, and ensure a sustainable recovery path.

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Upcoming Conferences Featuring OPG

On Thursday, January 17th, 2019 OPG CEO and Founder Arden O’Connor will be speaking at the 53rd Annual Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning in Orlando, FL.

Topic: Greasing the Squeaky Wheel – Methods for Managing Difficult Beneficiaries

On Thursday, December 6th, 2018 OPG CEO and Founder Arden O’Connor will be taking part in a panel discussion at the Barron’s Women Summit.

Topic: Three Legs of the Stool – Know Who to Call for Client Healthcare Needs