#2: Clinical Module
This module focuses on intensive therapy work. Clients participate in group, individual and family therapy. Our groups in this module are often split into men’s groups and women’s groups in order to target gender-specific issues and create environments conducive to healing.
Our professional therapists are highly experienced and trained in a variety of therapeutic methods including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, trauma therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Combined these therapeutic tools give clients a wide range of coping mechanisms for dealing with the root causes and subsequent consequences of addiction. These skills help regulate emotions, decrease impulsivity, improve relationships, reduce stress and heal old wounds.
In this module we also address co-occurring mental health disorders. Mental health disorders, such as depression, anxiety and bi-polar disorder, commonly co-occur with addiction. Addiction worsens symptoms of mental health disorders; and mental health disorders often lead to self-medication and substance abuse. Both need to be addressed if a person stands the best chance at achieving long-term recovery.
#3: Health & Wellness Module
Our health and wellness module focuses on the eight domains of wellness. The eight domains of wellness include occupational, emotional, spiritual, environmental, financial, physical, social, and intellectual wellness. The goal of this module is to seek the highest level of wellness in all eight areas of an individual’s life. If any one area is particularly challenging, it can deeply affect a person’s overall wellness. We teach the life skills necessary for improving wellness in all areas. In this module we also utilize holistic therapies including guided breathwork, yoga, reiki (energy healing), mindfulness and meditation.