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; all while increasing the ability to successfully manage daily life stressors and to build a life of recovery and wellness.
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, individuals are asked to 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.
is an empirically-based set of psychological interventions that utilize mindfulness skills to develop psychological ﬂexibility, and helps clarify and direct value-guided behavior.
A valuable 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.
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