EMDR stands for – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Scottsdale Providence offers EMDR therapy to clients suffering from a post-traumatic stress disorder and other trauma-related distress. As trauma is common among those struggling with addiction and mental health disorders, this type of therapy is a natural fit for inclusion in a comprehensive treatment program.
Scottsdale Providence Recovery Center is proud to offer our clients neurofeedback therapy as part of our comprehensive treatment program for substance abuse and mental health issues. Administered by Dr. Carl Schwartz, Ph.D. and J.D., neurofeedback therapy enables clients to tap into their brain’s innate ability to regulate and optimize itself.
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COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy treatment that offers a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. We at Scottsdale Providence Recovery Center believe that our thoughts and beliefs shape our behaviors, and by using cognitive behavioral therapy techniques, we can change false beliefs and errors in thinking to positively affect behavior.
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DIALECTICAL BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a specialized branch of cognitive behavioral therapy that emphasizes regulation of emotions and healthier coping skills. Clients at Scottsdale Providence Recovery Center are realizing tremendous benefits by participating in this type of treatment.
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ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) – ACT is a form of psychotherapy aimed at helping patients use acceptance as a tool for growth. Instead of avoiding distressing or uncomfortable thoughts and feelings, ACT helps people realize that suppressing, managing or denying difficult emotions usually just creates added pain and difficulty. Instead, ACT therapy encourages clients to meet challenging situations with mindfulness and acceptance, enabling them to find healthy and successful ways to move forward.
Also known as MI, Motivational Interviewing is a therapeutic technique that focuses on empowering patients to be a part of their own recovery. This therapy can be useful in treating addiction and alcoholism as it gives clear motivation towards helpful behavioral changes even when patient’s are struggling with internal resistance and cravings.
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Solution-focused therapy, also known as solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), is an approach that empowers clients to use their innate ability to find solutions to their own problems. Instead of focusing on the origins and history of an issue, this modality takes a goal-oriented approach to problem solving. Instead of diving into the how and why of an issue, SFBT focuses on the present, and finding solutions available in the here and now.
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Narrative Therapy is a counseling modality used to help people gain new perspectives on past life events and issues. It aims to give people distance from the stories they have constructed or “narrated” in response to these events, in order to “rewrite” a new narrative that better reflects their identity, goals and ideals. This technique helps clients discover how their internalized reactions may have shaped their identity, take accountability for them and find more empowering narratives in order to move forward positively.
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NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) is a cutting-edge modality for treating attachment, relational and developmental trauma, by working with the attachment patterns that cause life-long physical and mental symptoms and ongoing difficulties in relationships. Most people who struggle with alcohol and drug addiction have a long-history of attachment or developmental trauma. Treating this directly provides the best chance for a patient to thrive in sobriety.
Grief often plays a significant role in the lives of our patients and their loved ones. It is the natural response to a change in routine. Although many associate grief with significant life events such as a death or divorce, grief often accompanies other events—such as changes in lifestyle, loss of an addiction, or the loss of dreams or expectations. Facing and addressing grief through a healthy process is a vital component to a successful recovery plan.
For most people, successful readjustment after treatment requires support and learning how to re-engage with life in a positive way without substances. Occupational therapy aids in treatment by helping patients to reestablish roles and identities that are meaningful to them.
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The Somatic Experiencing® method is a body-oriented approach to the healing of trauma and other stress disorders. This advanced trauma modality helps to release traumatic shock, which is key to recovering from PTSD and the wounds of emotional and early developmental attachment trauma. Most people who struggle with alcohol and drug addiction have a long-history of attachment or developmental trauma. Treating this directly provides the best chance for a patient to thrive in sobriety.
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