• Modalities

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    Treatment varies depending on the type of drug (including alcohol) and the characteristics of the client. The best treatments provide a combination of therapies and other services.

    This includes behavioral therapies, (e.g., Reality/Choice Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-CBT, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy-DBT, Motivational Interviewing-MI,) and may include Medication Assisted Therapy-MAT.


    CBT-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    CBT is a system of psychotherapy that attempts to reduce excessive emotional reactions and self-defeating behavior by modifying faulty or erroneous thinking and maladaptive beliefs that underlie reactions.

    CBT is effective for a range of problems including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and drug use problems, and process addictions.

    Reality Therapy / Choice Therapy

    Reality Therapy is a client-centered form of cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy that focuses on improving present relationships and circumstances, while avoiding focusing on the past. Reality therapy is solutions oriented. The goal of reality therapy is to help clients take control of improving their own lives by learning to make better choices. Clients learn to behave their way to a healthier lifestyle.

    DBT-Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

    DBT is a type of psychotherapy—or talk therapy—that uses a cognitive-behavioral approach with an emphasis on psychosocial aspects of treatment. DBT is support-oriented, cognitive based and collaborative. The four components are :

    1. Mindfulness
    2. Interpersonal Effectiveness
    3. Distress Tolerance
    4. Emotional Regulation


    • Individual and family counseling sessions.
    • Crisis management in person, video and phone support.
    • Alcohol and drug use assessments, evaluations, information and referral.