Individual Therapy

Find out how our individual therapy program can help you achieve your recovery goals.

Psychotherapy And Drug Addiction (Individual Counseling)

The best drug and alcohol rehab centers focus on quality. At our Florida rehabilitation center for addiction, we believe individual therapy is an integral part of the healing process. Individual therapy sessions touch on various aspects of such issues like trauma and addiction and mental health.

Furthermore, psychotherapy in our alcohol rehab center focuses on developing new coping skills and overcoming cravings for drinking after treatment.

Individual counseling can also center around life skill development and family counseling.

There are a variety of evidence-based therapeutic modalities therapists use depending on individual needs.

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Types of Addiction Treatment Therapies

Motivational Interviewing (MI)

Motivational Interviewing is a popular philosophy of addiction treatment. Generally, the therapist partners with the patient and encourages them to remain on the path to recovery on their terms.

Motivational Interviewing, in particular, uses a positive and nonjudgmental stance on drug and alcohol addiction. As a result, MI addresses addiction as a disease and not a moral failing.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, CBT, is a modern form of evidence-based treatment in drug rehabilitation centers. Generally, therapists use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help the patient change their destructive behaviors through identification.

Additionally, addiction counselors help to correct irrational thought patterns. CBT therapy is ideal for individuals suffering from co-occurring disorders, such as anxiety or depression.

Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, DBT, is a common form of evidence-based treatment in alcohol rehabilitation centers. Initially, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy helped suicidal patients find meaning and purpose in life.

In DBT Therapy, therapists generally assist patients by developing four skill sets: mindfulness, emotional regulation, interpersonal effectiveness, and distress tolerance.

DBT therapy helps decrease feelings of anxiety or depression; thus, it is ideal for dual diagnosis patients.

Relapse Prevention Training

Relapse prevention, in particular, is a critical goal of addiction treatment. By increasing awareness of high-risk situations, understanding triggers, and developing skills to cope with cravings, individual counseling can help reduce relapse after rehab. Therapists also develop a plan following rehabilitation to minimize risks of drinking or relapsing on drugs.

Relapse prevention encompasses a significant portion of an individual’s journey through their addiction to recovery. Thus, individual therapy focusing on relapse prevention after drug rehab provides additional support and encouragement in the recovery process.

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How Does Individual Therapy Work During Drug Rehab?

At Lighthouse Recovery Institute, the treatment process is a collaborative journey between the patient and the drug rehab center’s treatment team. In individual therapy, patients work alongside their therapists to acquire self-knowledge of underlying issues and gain insight into their addiction.

The therapist assists the patient through the many recovery stages and empowers the patient to make positive changes.

With a wide range of therapists, we strategically match each patient with the therapist to best fit their needs for recovery. During inpatient or outpatient rehab, individuals meet with their primary therapist weekly. The duration of individual therapy is generally for 60 minutes. Patients will also interact with all the drug rehab center’s treatment team during their stay.

 

Who Performs Individual Therapy in Addiction Treatment?

Each drug and alcohol rehab center varies in its approach to treating addiction and mental health issues. At our rehabilitation center, we understand that treating addiction requires significant education and experience. As a result, our treatment center staff holds one or more of the following professional titles: Medical Doctor, Certified Addiction Professionals, or Certified Addiction Counselor. Also, our licensed addiction staff includes Mental Health Counselors and Clinical Social Workers.

Processing the mental health, employment, and family issues that substance abuse creates are critical aspects of addiction treatment. The variety of therapeutic modalities we use, along with our attention to detail, has our treatment center on track to be one of the nation’s best.

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