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Residential Treatment Program
Co-Occurring Disorders Education Group
Substance Use Disorders are diagnosis based on criteria outlined in the American Psychiatric Association (APA) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. This is for Mental Disorders (DSM-V) letter F and substance- code indicates a diagnosis. Moreover, The co-occurring disorders education group educates client on their Substance Use Disorders and Mental Health Disorders diagnosis. Clientele learn about the bio-psychosocial disorder; education on the causes, symptoms and stages of addiction have shown to increase insight, emotional regulation, and decrease relapse. Residential Treatment Program introduce clientele to the educational aspect of Substance Use Disorders to include neuroscience to increase the insight of brain functioning. Additionally, the role of trauma and mental health in the addiction cycle—our program centers around education, prevention, and awareness. Eventually, Clients who are being treated for root addiction disease causes such as depression, anxiety, bi-polar, borderline trauma, and PTSD increases the chance of addiction recovery by 100%.
Our Psychotherapy Group sessions
offer a chance to practice vulnerability and social connection to decrease the symptom of isolation associated with later stages of Addiction. Additionally, Mallard Lake’s addiction therapist guide the group to facilitate open dialogue on recovery related dilemmas or reflections.
Our Psychoeducation groups sessions
Residential Treatment Program offer education on core addiction topics. In our group session, clientele learn how to communicate effectively, role play, and gain adaptive cognitive coping skills to foster healthy relationships. So, The group program includes therapy groups, gender groups, relapse prevention recovery planning, yoga, and mindfulness groups with self-discovery and self-challenge.
Our Cognitive Restructuring and Reframing
sessions offer skills and training on CBT techniques that help identify, challenge, and alter automatic or negative thought patterns and beliefs. However, The goal of CBT is to replace unhelpful and self-defeating thoughts with more productive ones. Consequently, We are replacing instant gratification with delayed gratification.
focus on individual barriers to recovery and other deep-seated issues that will enhance recovery. Furthermore, These sessions tie together the various themes of our program. Besides, our therapist works intensively with our clientele to understand how past and current experiences affect their choices and behavior. Along with helping them integrate new and positive habits.
Mallard Lake 12-step rehab program for those seeking recovery. Eventually, Our 12 Step Track program follows the standard guidelines outlined in NA and AA. Finally, it promotes healing from within while working through 12 steps to recovery.