When you enroll in the individual therapy program at Granite Recovery, you will have the opportunity to engage in a wide range of therapies and treatment programs. Each program is designed to address your addiction and any mental health issues that you have. Our experienced and licensed therapists will work with you one-on-one during your grief and loss therapy program.
Granite Recovery offers a comprehensive individual therapy program in New Hampshire that takes you through all stages of recovery. You can get clean with detox, continue your recovery through rehab, and even access long-term support through our aftercare programs. Regardless of what you need, we have the programs, staff, and facilities in place to help you get off drugs or alcohol for life.
An Individual Therapy Program Suited for You
Once you complete drug detox treatment, a Granite Recovery treatment specialist will meet you to discuss your addiction, why you want to quit, and what your goals are. We will also perform a comprehensive evaluation and a physical. The assessment will give us a clearer picture of the nature of your addiction and any mental health issues you are currently dealing with.
From there, we will recommend a treatment plan that may include evidence-based treatment, holistic therapies, and experiential activities. Keep in mind that your plan will solely depend on what you need to get well and get clean. Therefore, your treatment will likely not look the same as someone else’s.
Individual Therapy We Offer
Your therapist will offer different types of therapy to help with different areas of your addiction. Some of the primary therapies we utilize include:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) explores how your thoughts, believes, or emotions can trigger destructive behaviors. Once we identify these thoughts, we teach you how to replace them with positive behavioral responses. This is a transformative therapy that takes from one mode of thinking to another.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) looks at exaggerated emotional responses to people, place, or situations that create stress in your life. If you have an inappropriate emotional response, then you create negativity. DBT helps you to manage your emotions so that you are less likely to act on impulse.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy helps you to reprocess or redirect your thoughts or emotions that result from previous trauma. If you are used to responding a certain way based on a mental connection to trauma, EMDR provides different techniques to desensitize your response to the connection.
A trauma therapy program is valuable in helping you deal with repressed feelings and emotion from previous trauma. Whether you experienced or witnessed a traumatic event, your therapist provides a range of treatments to help you overcome your traumatic symptoms. We also offer a grief and loss therapy program as well.
Meeting with Your Therapist
In most individualized therapy programs, you will meet with your therapist at least once a week. Most sessions last between 45 and 60 minutes. They consist of discussions and activities that address your addiction and mental health issue.
Early sessions usually begin with assessing your condition, motivation, and goals. You will have the opportunity to tell your story and why you want to put an end to your addiction. Eventually, your therapist will start to implement therapeutic strategies to help you work through your addiction.
This process can take several days or even several weeks. The key is to engage, be transparent, and be willing to listen. You will also want to complete any homework that your therapist gives to you.
You Can Overcome Addiction at Granite Recovery
With the right individual therapy program in place, you can look forward to lifelong recovery from drugs and alcohol. To find out more about the treatment options available to you, contact Granite Recovery today at 855.712.7784 . We provide complete individual therapy for addiction.