Individual Therapy Maps the Details of Your Journey
“The single most important ingredient in the recipe for success is transparency because transparency builds trust.”
Looking Back Helps You Realize How Far You’ve Come
After you or your loved one has gone through drug or alcohol detox, the mind and the spirit are clearer. Despite the dawn of this new reality, confusion and fear can often take hold. Although it’s important to focus on your future path, looking back on the life decisions made, incidences of trauma, and other environmental factors that led you to addictive behaviors can shed light on your personal cycle of addiction. It takes a willingness to learn without judgment and own personal history.
Through deep, thought-provoking conversations with a dedicated primary therapist, patients receive the ongoing opportunity to share their innermost feelings in a trusted, safe environment. Through self-discovery with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), we identify the people, places, and trigger points that escalate negative emotions, often the precursor to self-defeating decisions and substance use.
Once patients understand their journey of the past, they can move forward with a stronger emotional skill set to conquer life’s challenges, without chemical codependency, by implementing healthy lifestyle practices.
While individualized therapy is conducted one-on-one with a primary therapist, you’re never alone during the process of addiction recovery here. You are part of a collective community of like-minded individuals who know where you’ve been and are here to support you today and tomorrow.