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Mental Health Counseling
At the core of every great addiction rehab program is counseling. Often times the behaviors such as drug, alcohol, food, sex/love, gambling abuse are only vehicles used , There is usually an underlying issue that needs to be addressed. When an individual takes part in drug addiction counseling, he or she is addressing the psychological component of their dependence. This is the process that keeps people from relapsing in the days, months and years following the original addiction treatment program. Counseling provides lessons in better decision-making, coping skills and generally enhances the life of the individual in mind and spirit. While medical detoxification addresses an individual's physical addiction, there is still the sizable psychological addiction that must be explored. This is handled through counseling. Addiction counseling is all about gaining an understanding of why individuals initially establish these behaviors and eventually become addicted. Sessions address the “triggers” for an individual -and help find more positive and productive ways to react to these life situations
Individual counseling. One-on-one private counseling is your core program IN YOUR HOME. These sessions are a chance for the therapist and patient to explore the root causes of that individual's addiction and discover solutions to help keep them clean. Your mental health professionals have treated many patients in similar situations. They are empathic and committed to you and your progress. The relationship you establish with them can last for as long as you want or need their help.
Family counseling. Family counseling is a chance to rebuild trust and re-establish bonds between family members that existed before drug addiction entered their lives. Family counseling programs can take place during or after the rehab process -and always involve a chance for parents, siblings and children to speak their minds. This may be the first time that family members have addressed the individual directly about their addiction (and its fallout) -and can really help open the lines of communication. In addition, some sessions may take place without the addicted individual present. These sessions are a chance for counselor to instruct the family on the best, most productive ways to help their loved one make a smooth transition back into normal life following treatment. Your family counselors have been in practice for many years and are experienced in all phases of family dynamics and healing. They can counsel you and your family from the time of original treatment for as long as you and your family needs them.
Treatment modalities. Not only will you have frequent individual and family sessions, but you will have access to other cutting technologies like neurotherapeutics, hypnosis, EDMR and other methods for treating addictions and trauma.