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In many cases, family members, friends, and other loved ones are involved in an individual’s choice to begin a treatment program after staging some sort of an intervention. Keeping those who care as part of the recovery process is important for full rehabilitation.
At Tranquility Woods, we offer weekly Family Education, as well as Family Visitation. It’s crucial that family members become knowledgeable about addiction and learn how to support rather than hamper an addict’s recovery.
In addition, we work privately, through one-on–one therapy, to rebuild honest communication and allow for trust to return to broken relationships.
During individual and family counseling, addicts will discover and recognize the negative and false beliefs that have brought them to their current dependency. Family counseling is paramount to a healthy sustainable recovery. During counseling:
Family counseling is combined with individual counseling in order to work on the foundational and most important relationships an addict is a part of. Internal healing is one aspect of addiction recovery, but external relationships with family and close loved ones also need to be healed and rebuilt. This is fundamental not only to start recovery, but also to support and sustain abstinence from drugs or alcohol once the program at Tranquility Woods has ended.
While many of the difficulties faced by each family are unique in their own way, the goals of family counseling are to resolve any past or existing conflicts, learn to relate to one another in new ways, let go of expectations, rebuild trust and open up the lines of communication between all family members so that a healthier and better future is possible.
Sometimes family members behave in ways that enable an addict. That’s not to say an addict’s behavior is your fault or you are to blame. However, because family members love and care for the one who is struggling with addiction so much, they can actually enable the addict’s negative behaviors, even when their hearts are in the right place.
During family counseling for addiction, we identify enabling behaviors. For example, cleaning up a mess the addict has made while they’re using or intoxicated or covering for their absence at work. When there are no consequences to their addiction, there’s no discomfort or reason for them to commit to change.