What do we treat?

Substance abuse
Anxiety
Depression
Executive functioning disorders
Trauma
Grief and loss
Bipolar disorder
Co-occurring disorders

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What makes our treatment model unique?

We use the latest science and research to guide our treatment program. This includes evidence-based therapies like CBT, DBT, nutritional therapy and culinary wellness. Our methods also include activities such as educational and vocational workshops, group programs, exercise, and recreation to help stimulate and promote a healthier lifestyle beyond the program. We also use deidentified patient progress monitoring data to drive our internal research and the development of treatment methods.

What is CBT?

Cognitave Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a treatment which uses goal-oriented, short-term techniques to address the patient’s problems by changing their thoughts, behaviors, and feelings. CBT include mindfulness, distress tolerance, and emotional regulation/anger management. We implement CBT with structured guidance to ensure patients are able to take the coping methods and skills they learn beyond our program. 

How do we use food as medicine?

Recovery takes a lot of hard work, time and dedication. But it’s imperative not to overlook the piece that fuels recovery at its core — food. We take the latest findings from food science and integrate it into our daily nutrition. Patients will be provided with a food regimen that is specially designed to fuel the brain and other cores often depleted by addiction and mental disorders.

What additional resources do we provide?

We provide additional therapeutic services to improve the quality of life and long-term health of all our patients. Some examples include exercise, nutrition, mindfulness, and relaxation training through yoga, float tanks, art therapy, and more. Patients will have the opportunity to participate in vocational training to better prepare themselves for life after treatment.

We also provide complimentary aftercare resources and planning, along with relapse prevention strategies to help patients maintain a healthy and productive life after completing the program.

Treatment Techniques