At Midwest Detox Center, we understand that addiction is different for everyone. No matter how you enter into the cycle of addiction, deciding to quit is the first step. Seeking the help of professional individual therapy for addiction will dramatically increase your chances of overcoming your addiction and entering a life of recovery. We use evidence-based addiction treatment therapies that have helped people struggling with addiction for years.
If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, our detox program and residential treatment program offers multiple addiction treatment therapies to ensure each client has the skills to maintain sobriety throughout their life.
A Focus On the Individual, Therapy, and Long Term Recovery
Addiction is a powerful disease. Addiction is more than just physical dependence on drugs or alcohol. The first step of the recovery process usually involves detoxification when the body purges itself of the addictive substances. With no more drugs or alcohol being put into the body, an individual often experiences withdrawal symptoms. When a person is dependent on a substance, it actually rewires the biochemistry and neurochemistry of the body. The body becomes dependent on drugs or alcohol to function normally. Once physical dependence has been overcome, there may still be a high risk of relapse because the withdrawal symptoms are often uncomfortable with certain substances can potentially be fatal. Many people have the urge to begin their addiction cycle again simply to alleviate the withdrawal symptoms.
Medically-assisted treatment (MAT) during detox can help manage withdrawal symptoms. Under the supervision of trained medical personnel, medical detox for drugs or alcohol is often a necessary first step in the recovery process. However, the road to recovery does not end there.
Other than withdrawal symptoms, many people have triggers that lead them to relapse after detoxification. By participating in addiction therapy after detox, the risk of relapse is significantly reduced.
Addiction therapy at Midwest Detox Center consists of multiple therapeutic modalities that teach our clients the skills needed to maintain lasting sobriety. We teach our clients how to navigate life’s challenging situations without turning to drugs or alcohol.
Our effective, evidence-based addiction therapy methods can give our clients the ability to manage drug or alcohol cravings successfully. By utilizing these skills each day, clients can make better decisions leading to happier and healthier lives.
Types of Addiction Therapy Methods at Midwest Detox Center
We do not approach addiction treatment with a “one size fits all” philosophy. At Midwest Detox Center, we know that each person’s life experience is unique. Your therapy plan will be individualized for you, consisting of therapeutic modalities that address your unique needs. Throughout your recovery, you will be surrounded by individuals with similar problems who face the same challenges and seek the same opportunities for change.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT helps you become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking so you can view challenging situations more clearly and respond to them in a more effective way.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
DBT is a psychotherapy technique that focuses on mindfulness and living in the moment to confront stress and difficult emotional conditions.
The goal of Family Therapy is to foster understanding and validate the experiences of all family members affected by a loved-ones addiction.
Group Therapy is a cornerstone of addiction treatment. Groups can support individuals in times of need, and they can help people grow in ways that are healthy and creative.
Motivational Interviewing is a therapeutic modality that encourages the examination of how an individual can take steps towards positive change.
Re-discover the world and take a break from the more intense aspects of therapy during outings to local areas and attractions with your peers in recovery.
Contact Midwest Detox Center in Ohio for Proven Addiction Therapy Methods
If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, don’t wait to get the help you need. Call us at 833.647.0392 or get help now by completing our online form. Regardless of your addiction, we offer multiple levels of care designed to minimize withdrawal symptoms and transition you into personalized treatment that will guide you towards a life of sobriety.