One-On-One Therapy For Addiction

Individual, one-on-one therapy is the cornerstone of the Tranquility Woods program. Our individual program is unparalleled in the recovery community. Every patient we see is unique as are his or her problems and needs. Clients will benefit from a minimum of 4-5 hours of one on one individual therapy sessions weekly. This allows patients to express themselves privately and comfortably.

Individual therapy has proven to be by far, one of the most successful means of addiction recovery. As a fully integrated treatment program, we incorporate proven methods to serve the unique needs of our clients. The most recognized and utilized form of therapy for addiction counseling is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This solution based approach recognizes drug addictions as learned behaviors that can be unlearned.

According to the National Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapists (NACBT), CBT is a form of psychotherapy that emphasizes the important role of thinking about how we feel and what we do. It is considered a mode of therapy that gives clients an insightful, structured direction for achieving and maintaining lifelong abstinence from drugs. They explain that cognitive-behavioral therapy is focused on “getting better” rather than “feeling better”.

Helping clients understand the underlying causes of their emotional anguish, and replacing destructive thinking with positive, productive thinking gives you or your loved one the greatest chance of achieving sustainable recovery.

We strongly support this viewpoint, and work to help individuals get to the core of their own issues, CBT is an effective foundation for our program that supports and compliments all of our treatment therapies.

In addition to one-on-one counseling, Tranquility Woods includes over 35 hours of group and holistic therapy per week. Depending on a client’s therapeutic preferences, expressing themselves with others in a group setting may be more agreeable. Many people respond positively to the instant feedback the group environment can provide. Discussing deeply personal, and painful experiences in a supportive and caring environment can lead to dramatic breakthroughs.