Connect Through Group Therapy
Group therapies are known to reduce isolation and increase success. We are living examples of the benefits of the AA lifestyle. Eight hours of clinical work is provided per day once you enter Residential treatment, including psychoeducational and 12-Step groups to support your sobriety through building relationships while you are here.
Our process groups provide a unique opportunity for our clients to enhance their level of self-awareness and to actively improve their interpersonal skills. By receiving additional perspective and support from peers, our clients benefit from a safe environment in which they can express themselves through new behaviors.
“Why didn’t they teach THIS in school?”
Through our life skills groups, we make sure you have a grasp on the practical skills necessary to live your best life. Educational and vocational skills are the most requested topics, however, we tailor classes to what you want to know, so you are prepared to handle the things that sober adulthood throws at you.
Skills workshops include:
- Vocational skills
- Nutritional counselling
- Family communication
We believe experiential therapy pushes boundaries and opens horizons to a new way to live. By organizing fun activities, we provide opportunities for you to experience things that you might not otherwise try. We offer a variety of field trips and unique experiences to keep your recovery worth it.
Experiences include but are not limited to:
- Museum field trips
- Float tanks
- Outdoor adventures
- Exploring downtown Los Angeles
- Professional sports games
- Aerial skills classes
- Ropes courses
- Zip lining
- Equine therapy
- Beach trips
By making sobriety enjoyable, you can take your experience home for a lasting motivation to integrate into your life.
Be Brave. Get Help.
We know that picking up the phone can be scary. Reaching out for help takes courage – you can do it. We are here to support you.
We know what it’s like to have a new chance at life. We want you to feel that, too.
A core component of our program confronts the thoughts and behavioral patterns associated with addiction. We believe, and studies continue to prove, that the skills learned through psychotherapy significantly improve your ability to enjoy a lifetime of addiction recovery.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
We utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, commonly referred to as CBT, to help our clients apply logic and reason to their lives, and to see how your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors influence each other. CBT is effective in treating depression, anxiety, and PTSD in addition to substance use disorders.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or DBT, is a type of CBT that focuses on mindfulness and gaining control over patterns of behavior. This form of therapy is most helpful to those who experience intense emotional reaction or impulsive behaviors. Those suffering from borderline personality disorder or sexual trauma find DBT to be particularly beneficial.
This type of psychotherapy revolves around the themes of freedom and responsibility. Many who suffer from addiction struggle with ideas of meaninglessness, suffering, and loneliness. The more we learn about taking responsibility for the decisions we make, the more freedom we feel to pursue a life of fulfillment.