Offered at Addington drug & alcohol Addiction Treatment Center:
- Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy
- Specialized Needs
- Third Transitional Month
- Art Therapy
- Music Therapy
- Women's Group
- Two-Year Aftercare
- Family Group
- Visiting Day at Addington House
- Fellowship Sponsor Visits
- Family Counseling
- Marriage Counseling
- Fellowship Affiliations
Group counseling is a process oriented group designed to allow the exploration and expression of thoughts and feelings which might have been hidden or denied until initiation of the recovery process. Such groups allow the resident to begin to know themselves as a sober person striving to build a healthy lifestyle.
- Identify current feelings and the reasons behind them.
- Exploration of the reasons for depression/chemical dependency.
- Learn behavioral skills to address unhealthy behavior.
- Assist residents to identify current problems and model/teach problem solving skills.
- Present therapeutic projects and explore issues and feelings as they surface.
- Specialized groups to work on problem solving and self-esteem building.
- Explore issues identified in the treatment plan.
- Increase self-esteem through a supportive/directive process.
- Provide a safe environment to explore feelings.
- Explore strengths, identify and model positive coping skills while experimenting with new social skills.
- Provide both professional and peer feedback to each resident.
Provides each resident/client with the fundamental information relative to developing skills to help state an individuals needs in a non-aggressive manner. This workshop is one hour in length and is goal and task oriented. Each resident will demonstrate knowledge in the following areas:
- Communication skills
- Asking for what you want
- Role playing
- Identifying unhealthy communications
- Role reversal
- Broken record method
- Identifying unhealthy roles
- Stating your needs
- Non-aggressive stance
Provides each resident/client with the fundamental information relative to awareness of alternative, preventative and nutritional data which supports individuals in the class that abuse alcohol/drugs. This workshop is one hour in length and is goal and task oriented. Each resident will demonstrate knowledge in the following areas:
- Nutritional factors
- Emotional stress awareness
- Healthy sleep patterns
- Body/mind connection
- Spiritual health as it affects physical health including visualization & meditation
- Exercise to reach a better state of mind
- Balance in diet and exercise
- Dangerous extremes
- Slowing down
Provides each resident/client with information and techniques that will serve to help build confidence and self-esteem. This workshop is one hour in length and is goal and task oriented. Each resident will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the areas outlined:
- Goal setting
- Self-Esteem builders
- Interpersonal skills
- Role playing
- Team playing
- Use of positive affirmations
- List making
- Elimination of negative self talk
- Team building
- Meditation techniques/study
Drug & Alcohol Education
Provides each resident/client with information relative to the twelve step recovery program. This workshop is one hour in length and is goal and task oriented. Each resident will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the areas outlined.
- Knowledge of the book Alcoholics Anonymous.
- Effects of prolonged alcohol and drug abuse.
- Importance of spiritual principles.
- Disease concept of addiction.
- Basic principles and purpose of the twelve steps.
- Recognizing destructive patterns.
- Family involvement in disease and recovery.
Provides each resident/client with information relative to relapse factors and practical guidelines to assist in the prevention of relapses. This workshop is one hour in length and is goal and task oriented. Each resident will demonstrate knowledge and skill in the areas outlined:
- Recognizing patterns.
- Self esteem builders.
- Goal setting.
- Healthy sleep patterns.
- Balance in diet and exercise.
- Post acute withdrawal awareness.
- Emotional stress awareness.
- Dangerous extremes.
- Slowing down.
- Spirituality as it affects physical health.
- Anger management.
- Role of spirituality in prevention.
If you need drug or alcohol treatment for yourself OR you know someone who does and want immediate answers to your questions, you can call 1-877-483-3869 now (no matter what time of day or night).
Please note that all information you provide is kept strictly confidential. Our stellar reputation is based on our high standards and steadfast ethics, allowing us to earn the trust of our clients and the health care community since 1990.