Counseling may take place in an individual or group setting. This foundational treatment method offers unconditional support and tools to help people overcome addiction.
Intensive And Caring Individual And Group Therapy.
A critical part of the long-term recovery process, addiction counseling provides the environment to identify and address the issues, behaviors and environmental factors that have contributed to substance abuse, and equip those struggling with addiction with the tools they need for successful recovery. At Addiction Campuses, we believe that each individual deserves healing and that their treatment must fit their particular challenges, not the other way around.
Individual Addiction Counseling
Part of our therapy program includes individual addiction counseling sessions. These sessions allow clients a safe, private environment where they can say and feel anything they want. Our individual counseling sessions are designed to comfort the client while addressing the specific pains and struggles they are experiencing. This allows us to teach coping skills, relationship building strategies, rebuild self-confidence and begin to change negative behaviors into positive outcomes. Individual counseling also helps those struggling with substance abuse addictions to how to build trust again. Trust is an integral part of our addiction treatment counseling program, and we work tirelessly to be trustworthy and to help our clients how to gain back the trust they’ve lost along the way.
Group Addiction Counseling
Often just called, “group,” group addiction counseling is a very powerful therapeutic method wherein clients are exposed to others that are struggling with similar challenges. Group therapy reinforces the notion that a client is not alone or the only one with these problems. Because clients tend to view their past transgressions negatively, they are often the last to forgive themselves for a life gone awry. Group therapy helps them discover that they can forgive others who are very similar to them, more easily than they can forgive themselves. Group therapy helps them make that connection to being free to forgive one’s self and is another piece in the foundation of healing from addiction.
Addiction Counseling Helps Clients:
- Understand the root of their addiction
- Re-learn how to trust
- Learn how to regain the trust of loved ones
- Understand forgiveness
- Identify co-occurring mental illness
- Teach life skills and responsibility
- Inspire permanent life changes
- Encourage permanent positive habits
- Begin an authentic relationship with God
- Restore confidence based on positive self-esteem and image
- Achieve freedom from negative habits
There are many more benefits to individual and group addiction counseling. Doesn’t that list look like something you or your loved one could use help with? Give us a call today so we can get you started on the right road to recovery.