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Achieving sobriety through Outpatient Treatment for recovery from addiction
Healthcare has made great advances. Mental Health and Behavioral Health treatment is improving constantly. Today there are many Treatment Modalities available to treat addiction. At New Life Recovery in our outpatient program we primarily work with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing for our clients in recovery. These are evidence based modalities, meaning they are the result of extensive field work in addiction treatment and research with proven results for long term recovery.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a type of psychological treatment that can significantly improve one’s life. Both in research and in clinical practice, major advances have been made in the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for addiction treatment and recovery. It has been shown to help with not only with alcohol and drug addiction but ,eating disorders, anxiety disorders, depression and mental illness as well.
The basis of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy are a few core principles. People dealing with psychological problems in part have; unhelpful self defeating ways of thinking, learned patterns of harmful behavior. The good news is that new and better ways of dealing with psychological problems now exist through addiction education. Clients learn strategies to become more effective in daily life helping them succeed on their road of recovery. For example; recognizing distorted thinking and realistically re-evaluating, achieving a better understanding of how other people are motivated and behave, learning problem solving skills increasing confidence and having the tools to deal with difficult situations.
Outpatient recovery treatment for addiction employing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy also involves learning strategies. For example: working to overcome fears, the use of role playing to decrease the stress of given future interactions with others, techniques to calm the body and mind.
Motivational Interviewing is very helpful in the treatment of addiction in the outpatient setting. A broad way to describe Motivational Interviewing is a collaboration between the counselor and the client. The goal is to listen and empower change by strengthening personal motivation. This is achieved by a respectful and curious discussion drawing out of the client their own meanings and understanding for the importance or change. Seeing addiction from a new perspective and committing to recovery.
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