The individual therapy program at the Addiction Recovery Institute of America is designed with the individual in mind. Each person has an opportunity to take advantage of a wide range of therapies and treatments that promote long-term recovery in a safe and friendly environment. Our licensed therapists are here to help you through each step of treatment so that you can get clean and stay clean for life.
Our program includes residential treatment and outpatient treatment, as well as evidence-based and holistic treatment designed to help you with all aspects of your addiction or disorder. To find out more about our individual therapy program in Florida, contact the Addiction Recovery Institute of America today. We are here to give you a fuller, happier life.
What Is Individual Therapy?
As the name suggests, individual therapy aims to provide more time, energy, and resources that focus on treating addiction in a more intimate and private setting. By giving the individual more focused, one-on-time, we can explore their addiction more closely and find solutions that help them meet their goals.
Lifelong recovery is more likely to occur when a person gets the attention they need to identify their problems and overcome them. Individual therapy programs often last 30, 60, or 90-days in both inpatient and outpatient settings.
Our individual therapy program offers the highest level of care possible through evidence-based treatment (EBT) options. This science-driven approach allows us to utilize methods that are time-tested and peer-approved. Treatment at our substance abuse treatment center may include:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Experiential therapy
- Trauma-informed care
- Acceptance and commitment therapy
- Motivational interviewing
With the right treatment, you can recover with a lower chance of relapse.
In addition, our individual therapy program in FL also includes holistic treatment, which is an effective supplement to (EBT). Holistic therapy allows you to improve other areas of your life that EBT may not address. When you improve in other areas of your life, you become stronger and more capable of sustaining long-term recovery.