The 12-step format helps people recover from addictions and other mental health issues while being surrounded by mentors and friends in the process.
Acceptance and commitment therapy, or ACT, teaches individuals how to relate to their thoughts and feelings in a healthier way.
Acupuncture is a type of traditional Chinese medicine that serves as a complementary therapy for addictions and mental health disorders.
Anger management therapy gives you an opportunity to release your feelings in a safe place, and to examine the sources of your anger.
Our animal therapists teach important lessons in trust, accountability and a healthy lifestyle.
For people looking to discover the root causes of their self-destructive behavior, art therapy opens doors that might otherwise remain closed.
If you overanalyze events or have a pervasive negative outlook, cognitive behavioral therapy can help you change your way of thinking.
Couples counseling can help partners rebuild trust and learn to communicate more effectively.
Craniosacral therapy is a form of hands-on healing that relies on gentle manipulation of your skeleton and connective tissues.
DBT has proven to be a powerful tool for people with depression, PTSD, addictions and other mental health disorders.
This trauma-focused therapy helps people reprocess painful memories and negative self-beliefs.
Equine-assisted psychotherapy is a popular and effective form of animal-assisted therapy.
For some people, incorporating spiritual beliefs and practices into treatment is the most effective way to recover from addictions and other mental health disorders.
Family therapy draws on the inherent strengths of families in order to improve communication and support one another's recovery.
Four guiding principles developed by acclaimed author Don Miguel Ruiz can help you achieve greater freedom and happiness.
Grief counseling can be helpful after experiencing any kind of loss, such as death, divorce, loss of a job or even giving up drugs or alcohol.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy in which several patients meet regularly to share their struggles with one another with guidance from a therapist.
One-on-one therapy allows people to explore and resolve sensitive personal issues with a mental health professional.
Massage therapy can relieve pain, reduce stress, and reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety.
The medicine wheel is a Native American symbol used to bring health and healing.
Mindfulness meditation is the practice of being present in the moment and in tune with your body and surroundings while also relaxing, calming and centering your mind.
Motivational interviewing helps people tap into their own motivations, strengthen their commitment to change and set achievable goals.
Music therapy is a fun and creative way to express difficult feelings and build awareness.
A few sensors are placed on your scalp in order to read your brain waves in a process that is simple and can be done anywhere.
Treating chronic pain can be particularly complex for people recovering from substance abuse.
Psychodrama helps people process memories and emotions in a unique and hands-on way.
Psychodynamic therapy is a type of talk therapy that helps draw out memories or feelings from the subconscious in order to resolve them.
Relapse prevention planning gives you the tools to recognize and address relapse before you get derailed.
Ropes course therapy is a form of adventure therapy that teaches coping and communication skills.
Somatic Experiencing uses body sensations to process memories and heal trauma.
Stress management therapy teaches people how to reduce the stress in their lives and better cope with the stress that is unavoidable.
Sweat lodge is a powerful Native American healing tradition that brings mental clarity and spiritual growth.
The Daring Way™ shame resilience curriculum teaches people to embrace vulnerability and live more authentically.
Therapeutic recreation is a way for people with addictions and other mental health concerns to cope with stress and build a support network.
Yoga melds the mind, body and spirit to help people feel more balanced and resilient.
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