At Ethan Crossing of Columbus, our team customizes treatment plans for each of the people in our care. No two people who have substance use disorders have had the same experiences, so one approach to addiction treatment won’t work for everyone. Whether the addiction is rooted in past trauma, mental health issues, or family conflict, our addiction specialists and therapists can help people address and overcome these obstacles.
If you are battling an addiction and are considering getting help, our addiction therapy programs can be the key for your long-lasting recovery. Learn more about the therapies we offer in our recovery center by contacting Ethan Crossing of Columbus at 855.476.0078 today.
The Connection Between Therapy and Recovery
Group and individual therapy sessions are the basis of your treatment plan, whether you are enrolled in detox, a residential treatment program, or outpatient treatment. Our Ethan Crossing of Columbus team believes that therapy is an integral component of successful recovery. Therapy is so vital because addiction often changes the brain’s chemistry.
Once the chemistry of the brain has been altered, the addiction has accelerated to the point where it is almost impossible to stop. Even after people complete a detox program, the brain still urges the person to continue the drug or alcohol use. Therapy’s role in addiction treatment is to explore the underlying causes of addiction and work through these issues. If these causes are treated under the supervision of a professional, a person is less likely to engage in their addiction.
Also, some people who use drugs or alcohol do so as a coping mechanism for mental health conditions like anxiety, depression, or PTSD. Counseling and therapy can help them learn how to manage these conditions without relapsing. Other triggers for relapse can include:
- Stress at work or at home
- Conflict in relationships
- Environmental factors, like seeing people who you used to drink with
In therapy, you’ll discover new ways to approach life. With the help of a therapist, you can unpack the emotional and mental aspects of recovery.
Our Therapy Programs
When you are pursuing treatment in our recovery center, you have the option of an array of evidence-based and holistic therapies. Our therapists approach addiction treatment from a trauma-informed perspective, which means that they take past trauma into account during sessions. It’s possible to have experienced trauma in the past and to not realize the impact it can have on your thoughts and behavior. Physical or emotional abuse, sexual assault, and even natural disasters can have lasting effects. Our therapists help our guests understand and work through trauma in a safe, supportive environment.
The addiction therapy programs that we offer at Ethan Crossing of Columbus include:
Individual therapy sessions allow you to have one-on-one counseling with a therapist to work through personal issues and develop healthy coping skills for the future. These therapy sessions might involve the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, or other therapies to give you the best chance at genuine recovery.
Ethan Crossing of Columbus offers both men’s rehab and women’s rehab group therapy programs. In your group, you’ll meet other recovery-focused individuals. You’ll support each other, work through challenges on the road to recovery, and can celebrate your successes.
Family therapy can help you and your loved ones rebuild trust and learn how to work through conflict in a healthy way. If addiction has damaged relationships with your family members, these sessions with an experienced therapist can help.
Reach Out to Ethan Crossing of Columbus Today
Our therapy programs can give you the inner motivation and external support you need to avoid relapse and transform your life. Begin your journey to recovery at Ethan Crossing of Columbus. We offer a full continuum of care in our recovery center:
- Detox programs
- Residential treatment
- Partial hospitalization program
- Intensive outpatient program
- Outpatient treatment program
No matter where you are on your journey to recovery, we can help. Contact us at 855.476.0078 or reach out online today to learn more.