At ARC, we identify and consider the individuality of each person who comes into our care. In keeping with this commitment, we offer evidence-based therapies and interventions that track to the needs and progress of each client, providing therapeutic modalities and resources that serve their specific goals. Examples of these are:
Individuals with two or more mental-health diagnoses follow treatment plans developed by licensed, experience mental-health clinicians able to coordinate therapies designed specifically for them. Mental Health issues most often treated along with addiction include:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Mood Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
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When beneficial to the recovering addict, family members are invited to participate with their loved one in positive sessions facilitated by ARC’s expert family therapists.
Beating addiction is a lifelong process. Unfortunately for some, relapse might occur on the larger path to recovery. However, it’s important to realize that just because you’ve relapsed, your progress toward healing has not been lost. Your goal of recovery is still intact, and with some help, you can get back on track, and back to the healthy lifestyle you were able to achieve when you first overcame your addiction.
In our relapse program at ARC, we’ll look for the factors that led to relapse and discuss the things you need to do to get back on-track in your recovery. You should never have to face addiction and relapse on your own, and at ARC we’re happy to work with you so that you can get back on your path to lasting sobriety.
Group counseling includes face-to-face contact In which one or more counselors/program specialists provide discussion with two or more clients. focusing on the needs of clients served. Group counseling may include spouses. parents, and other significant people when deemed beneficial to the client.