Substance use disorders are incredibly common and have far ranging consequences for the individuals, families, and communities. About 10% of the population has a significant substance use disorder and countless more struggle with using substances in a way that negatively impacts their health and relationships in some way. These substance use disorders also often co-occur with other addictions (sex, food) and mental health issues (depression, anxiety).
We partner with clients to assess the extent of the substance use or addictive behavior and create a treatment plan that’s tailored to the individual needs of each person. At times, we may make a recommendation for a higher level of care (residential treatment, intensive outpatient) or additional supports (group work, medication), which we help clients navigate.
We use a combination of science-based models to help decrease the symptoms of addiction and support people in their recovery, including Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, AEDP, and mindfulness-based techniques. We also track progress over the course of treatment to ensure that we are meeting the needs of our clients.