Treatment Modalities

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) 

CBT focuses on identifying cognitive distortions. Awareness developed in CBT aids in changing skewed perceptions and behaviors. It helps improve emotional stability and creates coping strategies that target problem-solving. CBT is helpful for any individual struggling with ‘who & how’ they want to be in life. 

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT focuses on regulating emotions. This modality is most helpful for individuals struggling with mood or personality disorders. It can facilitate change in behavioral patterns such as self-harm and substance abuse. DBT is used to transform destructive behaviors into positive alternatives. 

Relapse Prevention Therapy (Psychoeducation)

Unlike process groups common in treatment centers, RPT is administered by clinicians specializing in psychoeducation. RPT aims to prevent relapses by helping the participant anticipate circumstances that provoke risk-taking behavior. RPT helps develop strategies to cope with personal moods and environmental triggers. 

Couples & Family Therapy

Every family has its own unique dynamic. Couples & family therapy is used to aid loved ones by improving communication and establishing healthy boundaries. This particular therapy teaches tools that can be utilized while resolving conflicts and creating a better functioning home environment. 

Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy

EMDR is used to alleviate traumatic memories. The processing of traumatic memories and life experiences facilitated during EMDR promotes healing. The goal is to relieve distress and reform negative beliefs. This therapy is also beneficial for reducing physiological arousal to triggering stimuli.