Hope: These groups often include people who are at different stages of the treatment process. People who are hoping to recover will benefit from seeing those who are having success in their journey because it serves as inspiration.
Education: People in the same situation will be given the chance to talk to one another and inform each other of the recovery process.
Community: Being part of a group of people who are going through similar situations helps people see that what they are going through is a universal experience and not something they must endure alone.
Many people mistakenly believe that recovering from addiction only involves detoxification from it. However, successful detox from drugs or alcohol is only the first step in a long process. For most people, recovery is a life-long journey, and one of the many steps necessary to take during recovery is participating in an individual therapy program.
Individual therapy is a type of therapy in which a person receives help on a one-on-one basis with a licensed therapist. It’s the most common type of therapy, and the most popular treatment styles are psychoanalysis and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. This type of therapy allows the therapist and client to focus on one another, leading to a rapport. Because this style of therapy requires intimacy, it typically enables a patient to feel comfortable sharing all of their problems, which is essential in the recovery process, since addiction and mental health are closely related.
Case managers are generally responsible for organizing the delivery of healthcare, such as substance abuse treatment modalities. Since drug and alcohol addiction cases are mostly complex, these managers can help patients coordinate across the mental and behavioral health spectrum. Some of the most common treatment plans include:
At Ardu Recovery Center, we’ve guided people from all walks of life struggling with a myriad of drug and alcohol addictions. We understand that staying at a residential treatment center full time isn’t an option for everyone, which is why we want to provide our patients with the most comprehensive Day Treatment program possible. We also know that transitioning from Residential Treatment to life outside of rehab isn’t easy, so our Day Treatment program is the perfect bridge for this phase. Our participants typically spend 20 hours or more a week in our program, which lasts between 2-6 weeks.
Using a combination of group therapy, individual therapy, and personalized case management plans, along with other tried and tested treatment modalities will ensure that you leave our facility feeling successful and confident. We’re here for you or a loved one, regardless of the addiction or mental health condition you’re struggling with. We’ve been serving residents of Provo, Utah, and the surrounding cities for years, and we’d love to talk to you and come up with the best treatment plan possible. Please reach out to us with any questions you may have.