Our clients participate in multiple forms of therapy throughout process addiction treatment, including individual therapy, process groups, and family therapy to help them better understand and manage their disorder. Clients meet one-on-one with their primary therapist at least once a week to get the individual attention they need to recover.
Our inpatient process addiction treatment program gives clients the chance to step away from the pressures and stressors of daily life and focus on recovery. While in treatment, they’ll learn about different types of process addictions, the underlying factors behind their addiction, and how to begin the healing process in a safe and supportive environment.
Our outpatient program helps clients manage the transition from treatment back to their lives while still receiving the support of their recovery community and treatment team. By continuing treatment, clients can better integrate back into their jobs, families and lives while getting the support they need to avoid relapsing into their process addictions.
Recovery from process addictions is a lifelong process. Following treatment, clients are highly encouraged to continue participating in their recovery from process addictions through our continued recovery program, which offers continuing therapies, including group, family and individual, to help them on their recovery journey. This continued support is extremely important in helping clients avoid triggers and relapse into old behaviors. It also helps them build a strong foundation for their recovery post-treatment.
Therapies Commonly Used
Compulsive Gambling Help
Therapy sessions with a psychiatric nurse practitioner who is a certified gambling and substance abuse counselor.
Meet regularly with an individual therapist to address underlying behavioral and emotional issues
Fitness and Wellness
Promote self-care and physical and emotional healing with fitness classes, ropes course activities, hikes and sports.
Bond with the horses and learn valuable lessons about respect, empathy and communication.
Discover different sensations while being guided by a trained therapist to begin releasing stored emotions.
Sit in a sacred space to sing, pray, chant and express feelings. Performed by therapeutic staff with extensive training in the Lakota Sweat Lodge Tradition.