What’s the secret to The Recovery Village’s rapid recovery therapy program?
Customized one-on-one therapy sessions each week. It’s all about you. Getting you healthy quickly is our main priority, and a tailored one-on-one program does just that.
Our cutting edge rapid recovery approach doesn’t stop there. Additional group therapy sessions in varied locations cohesively heal your mind and body. Different locations for therapy, both outdoors and indoors, will stimulate your senses and promote recovery.
Individual therapy is an effective collaborative approach between a therapist and their client, to assist the individual in identifying problems, exploring feelings, working through challenges, and setting goals, in order to move the person toward the change they desire. In the individual sessions, the client and therapist work toward promoting personal strength through interpersonal interaction.
Group therapy is also a collaborative approach, involving one or more skilled therapists facilitating multiple individuals at the same time. The group approach in the treatment setting is a powerful vehicle to help clients see that they share similar experiences and feelings as others, and that they are not alone. Group therapy is extremely therapeutic in the treatment of individuals with substance dependence, mental health, and eating disorders. The group process effectively assists in the healing process, and helps individuals find freedom through the benefits of sharing similarities of both the difficulties each participant faced, and through sharing the growth and learning each person has experienced.
During the initial phase of treatment, each client goes through evaluations that assist the staff in gathering pertinent information, and assists the staff in creating an individualized treatment plan for each client.
At The Recovery Village, our Director of Clinical Services evaluates the information gathered about each client, and assigns the client to the therapist who is best matched to address the needs of that client. This primary therapist then becomes the case coordinator for the client from the beginning of treatment, and follows the client all the way through the treatment period to their discharge.
This therapeutic approach assists the client and their therapist to develop a strong connection, and build positive rapport. The client and therapist have a minimum of one individual session per week, and the client spends three out of seven days per week with their therapist in primary group. Using this curriculum, the therapist is able to become closely involved and knowledgeable of all aspects of the client’s treatment experience. The therapist becomes the coordinator of the client’s individualized treatment needs, their medical concerns, medication compliance, participation in programming, family contacts and family concerns, social interactions, aftercare needs, and any aftercare concerns.
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During the primary group sessions, therapists are skilled at facilitating clients to examine deeper issues, in order to assist the client in the healing process. During the primary group process, clients receive psycho-educational information on a variety of topics that stimulate interpersonal and intrapersonal development and understanding. Group therapy facilitates assistance in learning to deal with addiction, stress management, anger management, healthy vs. unhealthy eating behaviors, grief and loss, traumatic experiences, body image issues, healthy vs. unhealthy relationships, codependency, relapse prevention, coping skills, socialization skills, medication management, dual diagnosis, depression, anxiety, communication skills, and family dynamics.The psycho-education groups motivate individuals to discuss their experiences, and then process their reaction to these experiences. This model of group therapy is extremely successful in assisting clients to gain a greater awareness of possibly buried hurts, and the clients share in the experience of giving themselves, and each other, permission to allow their true feelings to emerge. It is within this permission that the individual gains the ability to express themselves, and find the freedom and healing to move on into recovery.