Mountainview Recovery Addiction Treatment Services.

Besides specific treatment program tracks, we offer a number of unique services for individuals recovering from drug or alcohol addiction. While treatment is great, ongoing care and specialized addiction services do their part in helping individuals gain true and lasting healing. Here at Mountainview Recovery, we offer alcohol and drug addiction services supervised by our compassionate staff so that each individual in our care understands they are always in a supportive environment dedicated to recovery success. We want to give every individual who comes into our care the opportunities to gradually utilize what they’ve learned in treatment so they can succeed with sobriety efforts. And, leave our care with the knowledge and skills to effectively prevent relapse.

Individual Therapy.

Individualized Therapy for addiction consists of one-on-one counseling sessions between an individual in treatment and an addiction therapist. While different people may respond better to varying treatment strategies, individualized therapy is utilized throughout the entirety of the treatment process at Mountainview Recovery.

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Group Therapy.

When paired with other beneficial components of addiction treatment, group therapy for addiction is extremely effective and helpful. Group therapy is a therapy setting in which there is one therapist who leads a discussion of specific topics for a group of individuals.

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Here at Mountainview Recovery, we work to offer patients effective, evidence-driven therapy opportunities. This is why we implement cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) into each of our addiction treatment program outlines. With this model of therapy, individuals can work to address the underlying causes of addiction as they relate to developed behavioral patterns.

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.

Dialectical behavioral therapy, or DBT, is a method of therapy that was first developed to help individuals diagnosed with severe or several mental disorders. Since a vast majority of individuals diagnosed with substance use disorder have concurring mental health issues, DBT is an essential tool in dual diagnosis techniques.

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Motivational Interviewing.

Motivational interviewing is an evidence-based therapeutic technique that addiction treatment programs may offer. It involves interviewing between client and therapist to encourage motivation to establish healthy lifestyles and healing. Far too often, individuals who get help for addiction aren’t motivated to remain sober or continue with recovery once treatment ends. With this technique, addiction therapists can work to identify aspects which may hinder an individual’s recovery. And, help to establish coping skills, so these aspects don’t interfere with sobriety efforts.

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Trauma Resolution.

There are many things that can contribute to an addictive lifestyle. However, one of the most commonly recognized underlying cause of addiction is self-medication. People may self-medicate for a number of reasons. But, it’s usually done to numb psychological or emotional pain rather than physical.

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Seeking Safety Model.

The causes of addiction are many. It’s important to address the underlying causes of addiction during treatment, so the cycle of addiction does not continue once treatment concludes. Those who have developed a lifestyle of addiction due to self-medicating symptoms of trauma can benefit from a Seeking Safety Model of treatment.

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12-Step Facilitation.

When one thinks of addiction treatment, they most likely imagine the 12-step meeting. Basically, 12-step programs are group sessions where people in treatment can come together to share addiction experiences. It’s an opportunity to celebrate achievements and build an important network of sober support.

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Aftercare.

Recovery isn’t treatment. It’s the life which incorporates what is learned throughout time in treatment and practices sobriety. So, your recovery journey is not over once treatment concludes. While treatment is effective in helping people stop using drugs or alcohol and gaining the knowledge needed to remain sober, the risk of relapse is still very real once treatment ends.

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