Licensed, certified or masters-level therapists work with clients over the age of thirty in groups and individual sessions. This facilitates therapy with the different life experience and consequences that more mature clients have faced. Group sessions focus on the concerns of experiences adults with addictive disorders, which include parenting, divorce, family dynamics, career issues, and the effects of addiction in marriage and relationships. Individual therapy is provided to help navigate the difficulties of adult life and the impact of alcohol and drugs on family, career and health. Meditation is also available on a weekly basis. Sessions are held in our over thirty suite: a peaceful, focused environment, which includes a meditation sanctuary.
Young adults struggling with addictive disorders are often delayed in their social and emotional development. Our licensed, certified or masters-level therapists in our Young Adult Program work with this population in our specially designed therapy and psycho-educational groups to address the issues that young adults face including individuation, education or work stress, peer pressure and sober living in young adulthood. Our Young Adult Program unfolds in a separate therapy suite away from the other groups to allow for a private area in which to share and recover.
Religion and fath can offer support in avoiding relapse and staying sober. Licensed, certified or masters-level Christian therapists weave religious principles into the sessions, with activities such as Celebrate Recovery, baptisms and church services. This program offers tools in re-establish a relationship with God that may have been neglected during addiction.
A specialized treatment program that helps first responders address their addictions – identifying the specialized experiences and trauma of these men and women. It is designed to treat co-occurring diagnoses including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), anxiety disorders and depression. Those interested in this program are first placed in the Mature Adult or Young Adult Program, then provided with the unique services specific to the needs of first responders. Participants may choose a 12-step traditional program or a 12-step Christian program.
The Veterans Recovery Program is tailored to meet the needs of military Veterans and their families. These brave men and women were subjected to a level of physical, emotional and mental stress unlike most civilians. Veterans receive additional, specialized counseling from experienced veteran therapists and have access to PTSD interventions including EMDR.
Expressing emotions through music allows clients to learn more about themselves, helps them understand the reasons for their addictions and provides an activity to engage their mind and support recovery. Creating music, spoken word poetry, writing and recording songs as well as performing are all activities that can be engaged in at our on-site music studio.