Group therapy is a very important component of long term recovery: Connection with others is grounding and vital for survival. Healthy, honest, and genuine relationships form a safety net that fortifies against relapse AND enhance our experiences of life. By learning how to trust others, we also learn to trust ourselves, which often deepens trust spiritually.
Group therapy is a robust part of treatment that builds resiliency. Group therapy is evidence-based for recovery from addiction and/or traumatic life experiences. Often, trauma is a pivotal therapeutic concern that has given rise to addiction and/or caused trust in the connection with others and ourselves to deteriorate.
Our therapy groups emphasize the essential skills for forming and maintaining genuine connection. We offer both gender-specific and co-gender groups.
Introspection is an important conduit for garnering perspective and personal growth. As we allow ourselves time to delve into our depths, we are able to clear out that which has not served us well. We are then positioned to create space for grace and new growth as we explore and find the truth of who we have always been meant to be.
Our therapy services are designed to assist with reflective exploration that expedites the insight, healing, and resolution. We understand how critical this process is for long-term recovery and health.
Our therapists are highly trained in multiple therapeutic modalities that are evidence-based and aligned with long-term recovery, trauma-resolution, and resiliency development. Their expertise is bolstered by keen understanding of attachment theory and trauma-informed practices.
Art Therapy is an integrative and skilled approach to treatment that can enrich the therapeutic process.
This discipline applies developmental & psychological theories and overlays the individual's experience within a psychotherapeutic relationship.
Through integrative methods, art therapy engages the mind, body, and spirit through kinesthetic, sensory, perceptual, and symbolic processing.
Art therapy supports treatment goals by cultivating emotional resilience and reducing distress. Additional benefits include improvement of cognitive and sensory-motor functions, fostering self-esteem and awareness, and promoting pro-social skills.