Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
This type of treatment examines relationships between thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The goal is to identify thought patterns that lead to self-destructive behavior and modify those patterns for healthier coping skills. Learn more Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Similar to cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy approach focuses more on validation or acceptance of uncomfortable thoughts and behaviors. The theory is that once they are identified and accepted, they become easier to change and transformation becomes reality over time.
Trauma Informed Approach
This modality recognizes trauma symptoms and the impact trauma can have on a person’s life. By realizing the effects of trauma, a client can work through those effects and move forward on the path to recovery.
Somatic experiencing is a psychobiological modality that focuses on symptoms of chronic stress and trauma that may be an obstacle in the client’s recovery. By resolving the issue related to the stress or trauma, the obstacle can be removed and recovery can move forward.
This treatment interacts directly with the central nervous system to “re-program” the brain, allowing it to recover from traumatic events. Neuroptimal neurofeedback sessions typically leave clients feeling calmer and more centered, while doubts and insecurities begin to take a backseat in the treatment process.
This modality features a specialized type of role playing that helps clients learn to cope with problems in life without turning to substance abuse.
While intrapersonal relationships are the focus of psychodrama, sociometry zeroes in on interpersonal relationships as they apply to recovery. This approach helps clients understand connections with others and group dynamics as a means of adopting a healthier lifestyle.
Music can often be used to express emotions and feelings more effectively than words. Music therapy uses different types of interactions with music to manage emotional and cognitive issues that are standing in the way of their recovery.
Mindfulness and Meditation
This holistic practice teaches clients to be “present in the moment” for the purpose of enhancing self-discovery. This practice gives clients an increased sense of control over thoughts, feelings and behaviors.
Yoga offers a number of benefits in the recovery process, including lowering stress levels, reducing anxiety and depression and creating a fertile environment for appropriate change to take place.
At West Coast Recovery Centers, we understand that treatment is not a one-size-fits-all proposition. Our team personalizes the treatment program of each client, taking into account the unique needs and issues involved in the recovery process. To learn more about your treatment options, contact West Coast Recovery Centers at 442-333-6199.