Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia

Sleep disturbances, common among those in recovery, are not only a nuisance, but they can also derail new-found sobriety. When you’re sleep-deprived, you don’t function at your optimum level. There is a solution to the troubles of insomnia. Pennsylvania cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia is recommended as the first treatment option. Effects of Insomnia Even…

Individual Therapy at The Ranch

Our clients meet at a minimum weekly with their primary therapist for individual therapy at The Ranch. Our individual therapy sessions in Tennessee are designed to give each client the opportunity to explore painful issues; they may not yet be ready to work on in traditional group therapy. Specialized Individual Therapy at The Ranch In…

Working with Families While Patients are in Treatment

Addiction impacts the entire family system. The addict typically experiences feelings of despair, hopelessness, guilt, shame, loneliness, and worthlessness. The family also experiences similar feelings. Families may have increased anxiety, loss of their own identity, diminished work functioning, isolation, and an overall decrease in life satisfaction. Working with families while patients are in treatment is…

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy: The Magic of Horses

Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is one of the fastest-growing segments in the mental health field. EAP has proven to be an extremely effective form of therapy that can be implemented in tandem with other more traditional modes of therapy. Learn more about Equine Assisted Psychotherapy in Tennessee. Equine Assisted Psychotherapy Unlike traditional therapies, Equine Assisted…

For Lessons in Recovery, Take a Walk on the Wild Side

Therapists who treat addiction and co-occurring mental conditions have many weapons in their arsenal: psychotherapy, 12-step strategies, experiential exercises, education, medications and perhaps one more: Mother Nature. In a novel experiment, researchers at Stanford University in California randomly assigned 38 people to take a 90-minute walk in either a natural or urban setting, then assessed…