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We treat the whole person; mind, body and spirit and put an end to the typical cycle of: detox, rehab, relapse, and repeat.
Along with individual therapy, family therapy, and supplementation, group therapy is an indispensable element of effective substance abuse and mental health treatment. Group therapy is a broad term for any type of therapy aimed at creating symptom reduction and recovery in two or more people.
Enter into a place that is without shame, guilt or judgment. Recognize and resolve the root causes of your addiction when your life is touched by the Holy Spirit. Experience the love that comes from a relationship with Jesus Christ.
Music is a universal language that most can relate and find impacts their person. Talent and experience is not required, as music therapy is about connecting to musical sound and not performing according to anyone else’s standards. Most patients find music therapy in addiction recovery something they look forward to and enjoy. For music making, only the will to participate is required. Participation is always judgment-free. Group music making may involve a multitude of instruments or sounds, such as a drum circle used to help expand self-expression and the ability to cooperate with others toward a common goal.
Art therapy can be a great way for a person to work through the experiences, emotions, and issues that have led to and worsened addictions. It offers a safe place to communicate ideas and feelings without using standard conversational methods. It is often a refreshing change for someone who is looking for something different than standard talk-focused therapy. When asked how it helps, a patient replied: “Art Therapy allows me to relax while being focused.”
Group Therapy Can Help People in Several Ways
- Being able to interact with other individuals who are learning how to cope with and overcome a drug or alcohol addiction can be quite helpful for those who are beginning the process.
- This type of setting also helps members realize that they are not alone and allows them to share information and experiences with one another, which can help boost confidence and self-esteem. Overall, sharing experiences and feelings has been shown to reduce stress, guilt and, pain among group therapy members.
- Group therapy becomes a setting in which members can learn how to avoid engaging in destructive behaviors such as actively seeking out drugs, and instead begin to practice new, healthy behaviors.
- The therapist provides a structured platform that controls the discussions and also offers feedback and additional advice that helps each member gain a better understanding of themselves as well as ways to make continuous progress.
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If all you gain from a review of our website is a moment of silence in your room in private where you call upon Jesus to help you, ask for forgiveness from your sins and ask Him to be your Lord and Savior, then praise God for your healing has started.
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