Integrated intervention combines several types of therapies:
When necessary, doctors and clinicians can provide medications that help mitigate symptoms of withdrawal and co-occurring disorders.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
One-on-one sessions with a psychologist, psychiatrist or nutritionist help you modify your attitudes and behaviors related to substance abuse. Cognitive behavioral health therapy also teaches coping tactics for continued recovery.
Building bonds between peers who are undergoing the same struggle can create valuable support during recovery. Group therapy sessions help members hear different perspectives and learn new strategies and realize that they aren’t alone in their struggle.