CBT focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
It helps people to identify unhealthy thought patterns, and how these may be contributing to destructive behaviors and beliefs.
If you’re joining treatment due to struggles with substance use, mental health, or co-occurring conditions, you will participate in many different forms of therapy sessions, like individual, experiential, group, and family therapy.
The one-on-one therapy sessions that you will participate in are led by highly credentialed clinicians and are essential for you to grow, build trust, and find the root cause of your substance use or mental health condition.
Individual therapy gives you the opportunity to work on yourself, develop healthy coping skills, and practice what you’ve learned in a safe and judgment free environment. Every type of therapy is important, helps build self-awareness, and has its own place in your unique treatment plan.
When creating your treatment program, our clinicians use many evidence-based therapy, which can be broadly categorized under cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT.
There are a variety of therapies that fit under this general umbrella, including Rational Behavior Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, and Cognitive Therapy.
There is a significant body of research supporting the efficacy of cognitive behavioral therapy in addressing a variety of mental health challenges, including substance use, depression, anxiety, and schizophrenia.
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Our evidence-based treatments and proven programming create a positive space for the development of healthy habits.
While our programs vary based on the level of care, we strive to create an environment that best supports the needs of adults with substance use disorders and dual diagnoses.
We understand taking the first step is difficult. There is no shame or guilt in asking for help or more information. We are here to support you in any way we can.