Our therapists use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to teach you coping strategies to prevent
future relapses and how to anticipate scenarios that may trigger your addictive behavior.
During relapse prevention treatment, you will learn skills to cope with internal and external
triggers and identify contributing factors that make a relapse more likely to occur. Designing a
relapse prevention plan with your therapist to is fundamental during aftercare, therefore it is
important that communication exists between the recovering person and a aftercare counselor.