About Our Program
When you come to Discover Recovery’s residential treatment facility, you will have a dedicated team working with you on your behalf. You will know all of our names, and we will know yours. That is one of the first differences that you’ll find at our unique residential treatment facility in Long Beach WA. We also provide an extremely high degree of individual care so that each individual’s needs are met.
Discover Recovery treats addiction from a “whole person” perspective. Our residential program focuses not only on the individual, but the family system as well. We not only treat your addiction, but we also address any underlying emotional concerns that may escalate the manifestation of your symptoms. Addiction appears to stem from underlying emotional pain, and one of the primary objectives is to address these sources of pain.
We believe that recovery from addiction coupled with stabilization of emotional well-being are key components to successfully maintaining one’s sobriety.
To achieve this goal, we offer:
Drug addiction and substance abuse is a problem that a lot of people face on a daily basis. Everyday, millions of people all over the world fall prey to this chronic disease. However, we are fighting back. With a number of treatment facilities and rehabilitation centers available for patients all over the country, there’s still a chance for people with substance abuse issues.
Pscyho Educational Groups
While group therapies and process therapies are kinda lose and non-specific groupings of people suffering from substance abuse, we offer specific groups for people who are also suffering from another type of disorder aside from drug/alcohol addiction.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is an individualized treatment plan (or one-on-one therapy plan) wherein a client talks to a trained professional to identify any negative behaviors or thoughts they might have that contributes to their condition. The aim of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is to identify the problem, find a solution, and to improve their quality of life.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Dialectal Behavior Therapy or DBT is another form of therapy offered here in Discovery Recovery. This method was developed in the 1980’s by a psychologist named Marsha Linehan. Dialectical Behavior Therapy, unlike Cognitive Behavior Therapy, is primarily used for clients who have self-injuring tendencies and suicidal behavior. This type of treatment involves four major parts; group skills dynamics, one-on-one psychotherapy, phone support/coaching, and ongoing support from therapists.
Discovery Recovery understands the importance of family in a person’s life and we see your loved ones as the ones who can help you get through the bad times. However, there are cases where clients get engulfed with substance abuse due to family. This is why we always have family counseling and therapy in our treatment facility. We have designed it in a way that we help clients and their families develop open channels of communication, solve old issues and trauma, and move towards the road of recovery together.
Holistic and Experiential Activities
Not all therapies in Discovery Recovery require you to sit on a chair for hours inside a boring room. We also have a number of non-traditional therapies available for clients who have issues that are far from traditional.
Healthy Living Practices
A client’s stay in Discovery Recovery’s treatment facility can last only a couple of months but recovery is more of a lifelong effort. No matter how good the treatment is, if a client does not follow through after their stay they will still find it hard to stay on course towards sobriety. This is the reason why we always make sure to impart healthy living practices to our clients so that they will have a better chance of making it through life without relapsing.
12 Step Facilitation
The 12-step method was originally created by the founders of Alcoholics Anonymous and is now used by various organizations and treatment centers to help out people with substance abuse issues. The original 12-step program heavily focused on spirituality but even non-religious groups have found success in using the program.
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