Our Clinical Approach
Our clinical approach to drug and alcohol treatment and medical detox is simple; we listen and then meet you where you are. Every individual presents with a different story that’s unique to him or her. From the first contact to individual, group, or family sessions we work with you to develop a personalized plan that addresses your needs.
Clinical and Therapeutic Treatment Modalities
We pride ourselves on continuously discovering and making use of new methods, research, and activities. Successful treatment and lasting recovery involve more than just addressing one’s presenting symptoms. This is why we have a variety of resources, treatments, and group options that are available. Some of our clinical offerings include cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness-based therapies. We also include holistic activities such as yoga, meditation, and nature hikes to provide a more comprehensive approach to recovery.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is an empirically-based set of psychological interventions that utilize mindfulness skills to develop psychological ﬂexibility, and helps clarify and direct value-guided behavior.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the most effective treatments for reducing stress and anxiety. It helps to identify negative patterns in thinking and behavior, develops strategies to change unhealthy patterns, and reduces symptoms of stress and anxiety. CBT is a non-invasive form of therapy which can be done individually or as part of a group in rehab.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a comprehensive, evidenced based practice that focuses on the two fundamental principles of acceptance and change. The goal of DBT is to aid patients in learning to identify, articulate, pursue and maintain goals. In doing so, DBT skills increase the person’s ability to successfully manage daily life stressors and to build a life of recovery and wellness.
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
A goal-oriented and person-centered approach that seeks to engage individuals, increase internal motivation and bring about behavioral change. Treatment options are discussed openly with clients who contribute their own ideas and solutions regarding their care. Open dialogue is used to explore ambivalence towards treatment or recovery and support belief in oneself.
Eye Movement Desensitization And Reprocessing (EMDR)
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy unique form of psychotherapy that seeks to provide relief from the symptom and emotional distress related to traumatic experiences.
A combination of various types of therapeutic interventions (psychodrama, adventure therapy, expressive therapy, etc.) designed to bring the subconscious into one’s personal awareness.
A form of psychotherapy that addresses the addiction in the context of the entire family and works to restore the health of both the individual, as well as those closest to them. Depending on the desired level of involvement individual, group and family sessions are offered.
Additional Treatment Offerings
Biosound Therapy System
Utilizing an integration of biofeedback, therapeutic music, sound healing massage, and guided imagery this system has been shown to assist in the management of post-acute withdrawals overall health and wellness.
Drum Circle Leadership For Recovery
Using rhythm to promote healing and self-expression, drumming has been found to decrease anxiety, increase physical healing, boost the immune system, increase connectedness to self and others and encourage mindfulness.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
When clinically appropriate, an on-site psychiatric nurse practitioner safely evaluates each client and prescribes medications as a part of our evidence-based MAT treatment program.
Nada Ear Acupuncture
A client centered approach that helps individuals focus on the present, here and now. Clients are encouraged to take risks and challenge themselves in order to gain a further understanding for how their behaviors in the conscious or unconscious impact their connections with others.
Stand Up For Recovery
Through the art of stand-up comedy, clients are provided the opportunity to strengthen conﬁdence, engage with an audience, and empower one’s self in recovery.
Alternating between psycho-education and hands on application, patients learn the facts and skills to add to their overall health and wellness.
Neuro Emotional Technique (NET)
A mind body practice to help clients process and release stress related issues associated with unresolved events.
Footprints to Recovery's Clinical Team
Our clinical team is comprised of experienced addiction treatment professionals who understand the challenges associated with substance abuse and are dedicated to helping those in need. Our goal is to guide you through the recovery process so that you can lead a life that’s free of substance abuse.
We believe that healing should be a collaborative process between the client and staff, so we strive to create an environment of mutual respect. Our team is here to provide you with the support and resources necessary to help you reach your goals.