People struggling with substance use disorders often share numerous symptoms, experiences, and behaviors. However, the contributing causes of drug or alcohol dependency can be quite different between clients. At The Raleigh House, we understand your unique challenges. We offer specialized therapy programs designed to make every client feel seen, heard, and respected regardless of lifestyle, past actions, and level of dependency.
Breaking the cycle of addictive behaviors involves dedicated, intensive treatment plans that address unique circumstances and triggers. Specialized therapeutic interventions give the individualized help necessary to achieve long-term sobriety. The multi-disciplinary specialists at The Raleigh House provide clients with the tools and resources they need to both understand the core causes of their substance dependency and continue their recovery outside of the rehabilitation center. The road will be long, but we’ll help you find your path.
Specialized therapy gives clients a structured environment to recognize and address the coexisting mental health conditions and contexts contributing to their substance misuse. The programs target specific areas and provide a safe space to explore the underlying emotions and responses that might arise as a result.
We provide the following programs:
Animal-human interaction has a long history of use as a mechanism for physical and emotional healing. The Raleigh House offers equine-assisted psychotherapy as a support strategy for building confidence, achieving greater self-awareness, and facilitating empathetic relationships. Equine-assisted psychotherapy is used successfully in conjunction with other treatments, most notably cognitive-behavioral therapy.
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is an intensive therapeutic intervention that can yield positive outcomes in as few as five sessions. It can effectively reprogram the way the brain processes traumatic memories, helping clients address past traumas quickly and successfully without re-traumatization.
Art therapy is a supplementary treatment option for clients who might not be comfortable articulating their challenges directly in either a group or one-on-one setting. This treatment protocol supports self-expression through non-verbal communication (creating either visual art or music) and discussing and interpreting different works of art in therapist-guided sessions.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is an approach that helps clients adjust their thoughts and feelings by addressing and eventually changing their thoughts and behaviors. Because feelings and behaviors are interlocked, this discipline helps clients increase their awareness of how their thoughts and feelings influence their actions.
Dual diagnosis is the coexistence of a substance dependency and mental health disorder. Dual diagnosis treatment involves targeted addiction intervention with therapies that identify and address the co-occurring disorder or disorders.
Experiential therapies are categories of nontraditional treatments that incorporate structured recreational activities into recovery. These activities might include yoga, art therapy, rock climbing, and animal-assisted therapy. These are designed to allow clients to process difficult emotions productively.
Allowing families to participate in treatment helps them understand the nature of addiction and how it affects relationships. Moreover, family systems therapy offers support sessions that give loved ones a safe space to articulate their feelings about addiction. During family education sessions, family therapy, and marital therapy sessions, family members learn how to facilitate their loved one’s healing while protecting their wellbeing.
Along with counseling and behavioral therapies, The Raleigh House incorporates medication assisted treatment (MAT) that includes the use of medications to treat substance use disorders. MAT has been shown to successfully treat people struggling with addiction, sustain recovery, and prevent or reduce overdose.
Not everyone with a substance dependency recognizes the debilitating effects of their addiction on either their own lives or the lives of their families. Motivational interviewing is a tool to help ambivalent or reluctant clients see the connection between their substance use and their diminished physical and emotional health. This approach encourages clients to seek further treatment and gives them the support and resources to make informed choices about addressing their substance use.
Rock climbing therapy is a nontraditional, experiential therapy that integrates coordinated physical exertion into targeted, evidence-based treatment. It allows clients to learn a new skill, challenge themselves, and improve their cardiovascular and muscular strength. Moreover, rock climbing therapy — also called bouldering psychotherapy — has demonstrated effectiveness in treating symptoms of depression.
There is a substantial body of evidence suggesting that practicing yoga can be an effective tool for managing various addiction disorders. Yoga and mindful meditation help facilitate relaxation and stress reduction, reducing the urge to reuse and providing practical strategies for managing emotional triggers.
The 12-step program model has been a recognized substance use disorder treatment for decades. This offers clients the opportunity to connect with other people struggling with dependency, build support networks that help them address triggers, and provide intervention after substance reuse. We also offer alternatives to the 12-step model, including Dharma therapy, group therapy sessions in inpatient and outpatient settings, experiential therapy, and much more.
If you struggle with addiction and co-occurring mental health challenges, the specialists at The Raleigh House can offer you the support, structure, and evidence-based treatment strategies that can help you along your journey to sobriety. If you need help, please don’t hesitate to contact our helpful representatives today.
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