Addiction is a disease that requires comprehensive evidence-based therapy for addiction to ensure the successful completion of rehab. When you get the right treatment, you have a greater chance of sustaining your recovery long-term without a relapse. Recovery Ranch offers help from addiction through our evidence-based therapy program. The evidence-based therapy program in Nashville, TN, provides a structured environment where you can focus on your recovery without distraction. We offer numerous options for evidence-based therapy for addiction, including talk therapy and guided activities in one-on-one and group settings. To find out more about evidence-based therapy for addiction, contact our rehab center today. Types of Evidence-Based Treatment We Offer Our evidence-based therapy program is based on extensive scientific study and ongoing observation of clients. It allows us to see measured results based on specific techniques that we use every day. Treatment that we offer at Recovery Ranch includes: Motivational Interviewing You may be hesitant to get help for your addiction. Motivational interviewing programs focus on exploring and resolving your ambivalence toward rehabilitation. It is a collaborative process between you and your therapist, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an umbrella type of therapy that encompasses a multitude of techniques. CBT emphasizes problems associated with your thoughts, emotions, and feelings. Through cognitive behavioral therapy, we help you identify the connection between your thoughts and your behaviors. We then teach you to replace them with more positive and effective thoughts and emotions. Dialectical Behavior Therapy Dialectical behavior therapy incorporates mindfulness, stress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. Your therapist teaches you how to manage your reactions and emotions in a stressful situation. Through mindfulness, you become aware of your emotions as you improve your behavioral skills. Experiential Therapy Experiential therapy involves guided movement and activities outside of normal talk therapy sessions. It involves a wide range of techniques such as music, art, adventure, recreation, and equine therapy. Through experiential therapy, you learn to express your thoughts and emotions in a healthy manner outwardly. This form of treatment helps you to improve your self-esteem and take greater responsibility for our actions. Dual Diagnosis: The Core of Evidence-Based Treatment Dual diagnosis is an integral part of our evidence-based therapy program. When we can identify all aspects of your addiction, then we can provide care for both your addiction and your mental health disorder. For instance, you may have a substance abuse disorder with alcohol or drug and a mental disorder such as bipolar disorder, ADHD, PTSD, anxiety, or depression. We may discover that the two disorders are linked and trigger each other. Once we identify your condition, we can develop a treatment plan that addresses all aspects of your addiction \u2013 not just the addiction. Treating the underlying causes of substance abuse gives you a greater chance of a full recovery. Benefits of Evidence-Based Therapy Addiction is a psychological and physical disease. As such, it is important to approach treatment for addiction from a scientific and clinical standpoint. At Recovery Ranch, our evidence-based therapy program is at the center of our treatment plan for several reasons, such as: \tYou receive the highest level of care possible from licensed professionals \tEBT provides us with a more measurable assessment of your progress \tYou integrate techniques that are backed by science and extensive research \tYou can trust the methods and processes involved in your recovery \tEBT incorporates talk therapy in one-on-one and group settings \tThe approach promotes long-term recovery in all areas of your life Contact Us Today to Start Your Treatment To find out more about our evidence-based therapy program in Nashville, TX, contact Recovery Ranch at . We are here to help you get on the road to recovery.