Therapists and group facilitators utilized Evidenced-Based- Practices which include:
Behavioral Therapy/Behavioral Modification: It is a therapeutic approach designed to change a particular undesirable negative behavior. By using a system of positive or negative consequences, an individual learns the correct set of responses for any given stimulus.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy: (DBT) is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy. Its main goals are to teach people how to live in the moment, cope healthily with stress, regulate emotions, and improve relationships with others
Interactive Journaling: Interactive journaling is a form of written self-reflection that gives clients the ability to think about their substance abuse and how it relates to their current situation. Journaling is also a great tool for guiding change, modifying behaviors, and developing plans and goals for continued progress.
Motivational Enhancement Therapy: – This approach involves using motivational interviewing strategies and interventions that are based on a “stages of change model”
Motivational Interviewing: This type of therapy helps clients sort through and resolve contradictory ideas about their substance abuse, behaviors, and attitudes. It utilizes a number of evidence-based treatment methods and specialized therapies to provide an individualized long-term rehab program that addresses the specific needs of each client.
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapist): CBT is a type of talk therapy that helps individuals address negative thoughts and behaviors and modify them. Many therapists at drug and alcohol rehab centers use it to help clients learn how to manage stressful situations, emotions, and cope with loss, grief, or other traumatic life experiences
Relapse Prevention Therapy: In Relapse Prevention Therapy, individuals learn to identify and correct problematic behaviors. RPT encompasses several cognitive-behavioral strategies that facilitate abstinence as well as provide help for people who experience a relapse.
Trauma Affect Regulation: It is a manualized, trauma-focused psychotherapy for both female and male adolescents (and also adults) suffering from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). … It provides a framework for understanding and managing trauma memories and affecting dysregulation.
EMDR: EMDR is a type of psychotherapy that is designed to help clients manage trauma-related depression, anxiety, and stress. Sessions involve repetitive eye and movement exercises led by an EMDR therapist. These exercises are designed to help clients process traumatic memories and maintain a positive sense of self even when faced with the memory of a traumatic incident.
Sand Tray Trauma Therapy: Sand tray therapy is increasingly recognized as an effective therapeutic tool in trauma and grief counseling. The tactile, nonverbal experience promotes awareness of deeply personal emotional issues within a safe, therapeutic environment
12- Step Facilitation Therapy: This type of therapy involves a series of individual or group sessions. The content of each session is based on the concepts of the 12-step program and helps individuals in recovery accept their disease of addiction and surrender to a willingness to engage in treatment and maintain their sobriety
Experiential Therapy: It is a technique that uses expressive tools and activities, such as role-playing or acting, props, arts and crafts, music, animal care, guided imagery, or various forms of recreation to re-enact and re-experience emotional situations from past and recent relationships.