Rehab Programs for Addiction Disease
There are several phases of treatment for substance abuse. We assist each client in finding the correct recovery program.
At Compassion Behavioral Health we understand that drug and alcohol addiction, coupled with possible mental health issues, are serious problems within our community, and society as a whole. Our clinical team not only believes in the education of addiction as a disease but also exploring the probability of mental health concerns that may need to be diagnosed. Every client here at Compassion Behavioral Health is truly treated as an individual and provided with a treatment program specific to their needs so they may have success in achieving long term sobriety. We also provide interactive groups on building and developing life skills to increase responsibility and productivity in occupations, relationships, and careers. Our goal is to deliver a powerful and engaging message of hope to anyone suffering from addiction or mental health issues.
CBH rehab offers a collaborative therapeutic experience with the supervision and guidance of well-trained therapists or group facilitators. Our extensive therapy sessions help individuals focus on interpersonal relationships and address concerns shared by others, and In this setting, therapists can address a range of matters related to substance abuse, relapse prevention, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and discuss critical issues surrounding addiction and mental health disease. Compassion Behavioral Health engages in group therapy five (5) hours a day to reach therapeutic goals.
What are the benefits of group therapy?
- Individuals share similar problems and struggles
- Get support from others, and give support to others
- Bond with individuals in a group to grow and learn
- Incorporate various points of view from individuals
- Share personal experiences without judgment
- Develop greater self-awareness by listening to others
- Learn from successful behaviors of other individuals
Individual Therapy or psychotherapy is a one-on-one collaborative experience with the therapist and client to produce change and improve quality of life. In a caring, safe and confidential environment, the clinical team at Compassion Behavioral Health implements a variety of therapy to help individuals confront and challenge barriers that interfere with physical health and mental well being. Our treatment philosophy aims to provide compassionate individual therapy and personalized care to each client at CBH rehab center.
What are the benefits of individual therapy?
- Confidentiality of client issues
- One-on-one attention from the therapist
- Comprehensive analysis and intensity of treatment
- The pace of recovery is tailored to each client
- Strong therapeutic alliance with therapist and client
- Development of self-awareness
- Improved communication skills
Compassion Behavioral Health implements a cognitive-behavioral approach to relapse that is vital for each client’s long-term recovery. CBH rehab provides individualized and comprehensive plans that identify high-risk situations and emotional triggers, to adopt positive coping mechanisms and tools for early relapse prevention.
What are the benefits of relapse prevention therapy?
- Identify specific high-risk situations
- Learn skills for coping
- Increase confidence in the recovery
- Eliminate misconceptions on the effects of alcohol and drugs
- Change perception of the relapse process
When a loved one returns home from treatment, mixed emotions of happiness and anxiety about the future exist for both the family and the recovering addict. To support long-term sobriety, our clients receive an individualized aftercare plan that includes recommendations for maintaining sobriety and access to ongoing support that help prevent relapse. We recommend that families also continue support through counseling, family therapy, and Al-Anon groups.
Do you have a loved one in need of treatment for a substance use disorder? Call Compassion Behavioral Health 1-844-660-0084 to learn more about our Family Program and how we can help your family overcome the cycle of addiction — together.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving with short term and goal oriented psychotherapy treatment. Compassion Behavioral Health works with individuals to change attitude and negative self thinking that creates unwanted behavior, mood disorders and personal difficulties. Our CBT therapy focuses on the thoughts, images, beliefs and attitudes that are held (a person’s cognitive processes) and how these processes relate to individual behavior as a way of dealing with emotional problems. We teach individuals to understand and learn self-rational and self-counseling skills.
What are the benefits of CBT therapy:
- Focus on client’s specific goals
- Change patterns of thinking or behavior
- Emphasizes getting better, rather than feeling better
- Defined goals with defined techniques to correct problems
- Treats a wide range of issues from sleep difficulties, relationship problems, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, or anxiety and depression
Addiction is a disease that can adversely affect and permanently change a family. We provide not only treatment plans for individuals, but we strive to put families back together! Family therapy helps clients to identify family patterns that contribute to a behavior disorder or mental health illness. Therapists at CBH invite the client’s closest support system into their healing and recovery process, with the understanding that this support network will be an essential safety net post-rehab.
What are the benefits of family therapy:
- Loved ones stay engaged during treatment, motivates client
- Address family concerns and questions about addiction
- Understand treatment and expectations
- Provide high level of support for client after rehab
- Ease feelings of fear, anger, stress and confusion
- Identify any mental health issues within the family
- Develop plan to help a loved one stay on the path to recovery
- Improve family communication skills
When a person abuses drugs and alcohol, the effects of this abuse are not isolated. The family therapeutic dimension is critical to restore family relationships, define healthy boundaries, understand differences, and heal past wounds.
Compassion Behavioral Health encourages consistent family sessions with our clinical team, whether over the phone or in-person at our rehab facility in Hollywood, Florida. Do you have a loved one who needs help? Call us at 1-844-660-0084 today.
DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) treatment is a cognitive-behavioral approach that emphasizes the psychosocial aspects of treatment. Used to treat a variety of mental health concerns, DBT focuses on four key principles. These concepts include mindfulness, distress tolerance, interpersonal effectiveness, and emotion regulation. All areas of DBT aim to strengthen relationships, to identify and tolerate pain, to stimulate awareness, and to recognize feeling. People who are sometimes diagnosed with borderline personality disorder experience extreme swings in their emotions, see the world in black-and-white shades, and seem to always be jumping from one crisis to another. Because few people understand such reactions — most of all their own family and a childhood that emphasized invalidation — they don’t have any methods for coping with these sudden, intense surges of emotion. DBT is a method for teaching skills that will help in this task.
Neurotherapy, also known as neurofeedback, is a cutting edge method to detect the root cause of addictive behavior and health imbalances using technology backed by science. Neurotherapy is open to all clients at our rehab facility. This type of treatment that exercises the brain has positive outcomes for individuals that suffer from anxiety, depression, PTSD, insomnia, substance abuse and other mental health disorders. Neurotherapy uses the power of the brain to help clients regain health and well-being.
Neurofeedback is safe, effective and drug-free. It aims to target the “broken” parts of the brain that cause irrational behaviors. These parts of the brain are believed to be connected to impulsivity, connectivity and arousal, driving the desire to use drugs and alcohol in times of stress. Retraining the brain to better respond to stressful situations, the outcome is to help reduce the desire to use drugs and alcohol.
What are the benefits of Neurotherapy?
- Studies show that when brain training is included in a recovery plan, 85% of people are treated effectively
- Key in preventing relapse, which is particularly high in the first year of recovery
- Neurotherapy is a cumulative tool that supports long-term recovery
- It’s a non-invasive therapy and does not send electricity to the brain
- Teaches the brain effective ways to calm and soothe itself to make rational decisions in times of stress
Neurotherapy is a drug-free treatment most effective alongside other treatments, such as medication, support groups and individual counseling. Most individuals do not experience any major side effects although some have reported feeling some mental fatigue.
To learn more about Compassion Behavioral Health neurotherapy program, please call us at 1-844-660-0084.