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At Pine Tree Recovery Center we believe that individual therapy is absolutely essential to long-term recovery. During individual therapy, our clients work closely with one of our licensed and highly experienced therapists in a safe and supportive one-on-one setting. The main goal of individual therapy is to help the client gain extensive insight as to the disease model of addiction while gaining a deep sense of self-awareness and self-knowledge. It is important that each client thoroughly understands how substance abuse and dependence develop, and understand that addiction is not an issue of weak moral standing or a lack of will-power, but rather a chronic and relapsing brain disease that must be treated accordingly. At Pine Tree Recovery Center, individual therapy is a collaborative process. One of our main priorities is to foster a supportive and non-judgmental environment in which the client and the therapist can work together to resolve deep-seated problems and facilitate healing.

At Pine Tree Recovery Center, our clients participate in at least one individual therapy session per week. Individual therapy is always coupled with group therapy – however, because more than one client can be seen in group therapy sessions, this facet of therapeutic care will occur on a daily basis. We have structured our program of individual therapeutic care to effectively meet the unique needs and requirements of each client, utilizing several proven methodologies. These include:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Motivational interviewing (MI)
  • Relapse prevention training

Our comprehensive curriculum of clinical care also addresses all underlying mental health disorders and unresolved trauma, as well as any other factors that might have contributed to the development of the substance abuse disorder. To learn more about our integrated recovery program, give us a call today at (888) 693-1751.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy, more commonly referred to as CBT, is a very effective method of therapeutic intervention that thoroughly addresses a multitude of behavioral issues. CBT is one of the most widely utilized therapeutic modalities, seeing as it is both effective in helping clients identify unhealthy thought and behavioral patterns and in helping them develop new ways of thinking and acting that serve them in their recovery. During CBT, the client and the therapist work together to identify the self-destructive thought patterns that lend themselves to unhealthy behaviors. For example, a therapist and client might discover that negative self-talk, internalizing thoughts like, “I am bad, I am a bad person,” or, “I am never going to be able to recover, I don’t deserve recovery,” consistently leads to relapse. Negative self-talk is identified and replaced with positive self-talk, like, “I deserve to recover, I am worthy. I am a good person.”

CBT is heard towards helping clients develop the healthy coping mechanisms they need in order to maintain sobriety long-term. They work towards putting an end to their negative thought cycles and ultimately preventing relapse. This specific therapeutic modality addresses a number of underlying conditions that tend to coincide with substance abuse and dependence, including:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Obsessive thinking and compulsive behavioral patterns
  • Anger and violence
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Unresolved childhood trauma

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical behavior therapy, also known as DBT, is geared towards helping clients manage uncomfortable emotions and high stress levels effectively, allowing them to focus on the development of healthy interpersonal skills and the achievement of personal goals. DBT is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy that is very beneficial for men and women who struggle with underlying mental health conditions like anxiety, depression and borderline personality disorder. One of the main goals of DBT is to facilitate self-acceptance, allowing the client to understand that he or she is not alone and that uncomfortable feelings can be successfully managed, ultimately reducing his or her desire to utilize drugs and alcohol as unhealthy coping mechanisms.

DBT typically involves a number of mindfulness exercises, which help clients stay present in the current moment by paying careful attention to their breathing patterns, their current environment and any emotions that might arise. These exercises are immensely beneficial in teaching clients to meet themselves exactly where they are without any self-judgement while gaining emotional balance and effectively managing self-destructive thoughts and behaviors.

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational interviewing, or MI, is a therapeutic method that is geared towards teaching clients that they already have all of the tools they need to successfully overcome substance abuse – it is just a matter of utilizing these tools whenever necessary. At Pine Tree Recovery Center, one of the main goals of our MI sessions is to ignite the client’s inherent desire to overcome addiction long-term while making positive changes to his or her own life. After all, if the client was not passionate about changing his or her way of life, professional treatment would not have been sought in the first place. We help clients understand how the actual benefits of recovery always outweigh the perceived benefits of substance use.

Clients work to build self-efficacy in MI sessions, eventually understanding that if they want to change some aspect of their lives it is up to them to do it. More often than not, clients enter addiction treatment feeling as if the world has wronged them; placing blame on everything and everyone and being unwilling to take an honest and searching look at self. In MI sessions, the individual therapist and the client work together to come up with viable personal goals.

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Relapse Prevention Training

It is absolutely essential that our clients leave treatment with the skills and tools they need to maintain sobriety even in the face of adversity. Early recovery presents a number of challenges, and without adequate relapse prevention tools in place clients are far more susceptible to returning to old behaviors. Our personalized relapse prevention training program helps clients address all underlying, contributing factors that play a role in substance abuse, while allowing them to identify relapse triggers and develop the skills they need to maintain sobriety in the outside world. In many cases, relapse prevention training sessions will continue once an individual has graduated from inpatient treatment and continues on to the aftercare phase of the addiction treatment process.

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Comprehensive Therapeutic Care

At Pine Tree Recovery Center we believe in providing each of our clients with the most comprehensive clinical care available. Upon admission, each client undergoes a personalized and in-depth clinical and medical assessment which helps our therapeutic team determine which subjects should be thoroughly addressed in individual therapy. Individual therapy allows clients to work through emotional issues, unresolved trauma and other contributing factors in a safe and supportive environment. While group therapy serves many clinical purposes, some do not feel as comfortable opening up in front of others as they feel opening up in front of one trusted, unbiased therapist. We believe that individual therapy is an integral component of every long-term recovery program, and we make following through with therapeutic care easier by providing personalized recommendations to each of our clients as they transition on to the next appropriate phase of addiction treatment. For more information on our unique recovery program or for more information on individual therapy, give us a call today. Our Treatment Advisors are standing by 24/7 to answer any additional question you may have.

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