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Drug and alcohol psychoeducation is synonym of empowerment. It promotes recovery and gives our patients knowledge. It also makes them aware of the risks and consequences of using illicit drugs and continuing to engage in repetitive, maladaptive behaviors. Psychoeducational material is presented within a structured framework via lectures, videos, reading, or audio recordings.

Alcohol and Drug Education

We use a variety of methods to help you achieve sobriety, reinforce your efforts to stay sober, or learn healthy ways to manage your substance use. One of those approaches combines teaching and cognitive behavioral therapy to create awareness and instill motivation to seek treatment or find support if you are change. Psychoeducation is an essential treatment ingredient that often leads to meaningful conversations and long-lasting positive changes. We are passionate about engaging you in lectures that you can apply to your recovery.
Insightful Conversations

Our therapists often start conversation on specific topics that create self-awareness and help you identify your strengths and potential resources. As you explore alternatives for growth and change, this conversation may become the beginning of your recovery process. It may encourage action and commitment inside of you and inspire your need to initiate transformations you had only dreamed of until that moment. Your therapist may even invite you to think about the need to communicate your plan to family members who may offer you support in the process and invite them to join you in future sessions so that they can also learn about and understand your recovery. This experience can be an invaluable tool for your new journey.

Receiving instructional support during the early stages of your recovery serves to promote the process. You will learn about the nature of your thoughts, feelings and actions, what treatment options exist out there that can help you execute your recovery plan, what coping strategies and skills may be more appropriate to begin that process, and what historical events in your substance use have been the most challenging you have faced since you became dependent on the substance or substances you are using.
We Meet You Where You Are.

Do you mean at my location? Well, yes and no. We do not go to your place, but we believe that it is important for your recovery that you develop a treatment plan with your therapist that is based on realistic and attainable expectations. Our treatment method can provide immediate solutions or just be another failed attempt to achieve the life you want to achieve. We want you to see how using the substance(s) you use impacts your life and is getting in the middle between you and your future goals.

Simple language + Open discussions = De-stigmatization
After your initial assessment, which determines the most appropriate level of care you must be placed on (Level 0.5,) we schedule structured therapy sessions and encourage you to participate in self-help or mutual support groups (e.g., AA, Smart Recovery, etc.). We may also conduct random drug screens to help you develop accountability.