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Different Types of Family Therapy

Different Types of Family Therapy

For substance use disorder (SUD) treatment, different types of therapies must be explored for each individual. This is because every person comes into treatment with different problems, disorders, and life experiences. Due to this, treatment must be individualized. One of the leading interventions for substance abuse is different types of family therapy. Each person comes … Read more

5 Benefits of Experiential Therapy

5 Benefits of Experiential Therapy

Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) define traumatic events, such as abuse, neglect, or early exposure to mental illness or substance abuse in childhood. Different therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), or experiential therapy, are used together or individually to help a person process through and heal ACEs. A Look Into Experiential Therapy  … Read more

7 Reasons Why You May Need to Consider Family Therapy

7 Reasons Why You May Need to Consider Family Therapy

Many recovering individuals face challenging family dynamics. To some, family crises of one kind or another may be the root cause of their addiction. During recovery, these unhealthy family dynamics may create stress and trigger a relapse. Recovery is a wake-up call that asks the entire family to pause, reflect, and modify their ways. Family … Read more

What Are the Pros and Cons of Individual vs. Group Therapy?

What Are the Pros and Cons of Individual vs. Group Therapy?

Residential rehab is a valuable time to use all the resources at a treatment center. These can include medically-assisted detox, mental health counseling, and group therapy. Many people consider various kinds of therapy, but how do you choose from the different types? For example, if you work one-on-one with a therapist, does it mean you … Read more

How Does Experiential Therapy Work?

How Does Experiential Therapy Work?

Have you heard of experiential therapy? This therapeutic modality is based on the premise that our perception shapes our behavior. What we experience in terms of thoughts, emotions, and even sensations may contribute to our mind-body connection and general well-being. We know that substance use affects not just the body, but the mind and behaviors. … Read more