Addiction and related behaviors can steal someone’s ability to chose the life they want. Our unique approach focuses on taking the time to get to the root of problem behaviors, and to help you create new and sustainable ways of responding to life’s problems. That’s one of the things that makes us different. And it’s one of the reasons our approach can be more successful than traditional treatment.
The majority of individuals with substance use problems will also struggle with their mental health. For example, 25-50% of men and women with substance use problems may also struggle with disordered eating. Conditions such as anxiety disorders, depression, trauma/PTSD and personality disorders also commonly coexist with substance use disorders.
To be successful in sustaining recovery, both problematic addictive behaviors and mental health disorders must be treated along with the underlying factors that contribute to the disorders. Treating only part of the equation in isolation typically causes a flare-up in the other problem areas. This can create a frustrating game of “whack-a-mole”.
At The Recovery Clinic, we have built our entire system of care on an integrative, long-term model. This system is called a Recovery Oriented System of Care, and it’s more effective in treating co-occurring disorders than other treatment approaches. All our clinicians are cross-trained/dual-licensed to treat addiction and mental health problems and our comprehensive assessment process allows us to create a customized care plan to get you on the road to recovery.
Let us know if any of these fit for you, and we will work to match you up with a therapist who will understand exactly where you are coming from.
“I struggled for 14 years with Anorexia and have been in recovery for 3 years, and the Recovery Clinic has played an integral part of my recovery. I would highly recommend the Recovery Clinic to anyone in any phase of treatment. The Recovery Clinic has been exceptionally helpful. The staff are personable and professional and have helped me sustain my recovery.”
The first step is the most difficult one. You are probably having mixed feelings about moving forward to get help. We call that ambivalence and it’s a natural part of the healing process.
You want to get help, or finally get past old behaviors, but the behaviors others call “self-destructive” behaviors have also served as a tool for you to cope with underlying issues. You may feel like you are stuck between a rock and a hard place. We can help.
If you are struggling, but are not sure you are ready to commit to a treatment program, contact us. We can help.
We offer a safe, therapeutic and non-judgmental place where you can begin to understand addiction and explore the relationship between your behavior and your life goals.
If you are ready to make a change and want to discuss treatment options, we are here for you as well.