At Clarity Way dual diagnosis and addiction rehab, we apply the best in traditional and alternative therapies coupled with a full assortment of recovery-enhancing activities that treat the whole person. We respect each client’s unique interests, beliefs and the pace at which they move along their recovery path.
Some of our therapies include:
Frequent, intensive one-on-one therapy sessions are an important part of the treatment process and our personalized approach. Clients participate in at least two individual sessions per treatment week. Individual sessions provide clients the opportunity to work more intensely on their specific issues, develop trusting therapeutic relationships to explore interpersonal challenges, and practice recovery skills they can apply in their group work. Additional individual therapy is available at an additional cost as schedules permit.
Addiction is a family disease and loved ones are an important part of the treatment and recovery process. Family members are invited to participate in our Family Day once a month to learn about the disease of addiction, family roles and relapse prevention. As clinically appropriate and by request, we offer family therapy onsite or via teleconference. Our goal is to help loved ones understand the underlying issues of addiction and learn how to support one another through the treatment and recovery process. Learn more.
Offsite chiropractic services, occupational therapy and physical therapy are available for individuals who require these services for an additional fee.
Addiction is a disease that profoundly affects both clients and their loved ones. As part of our customized approach to treatment, couples therapy is integrated into our drug and alcohol rehab program by request of the client and as clinically appropriate. Partners learn to engage in open and honest communication, address potential relapse triggers, navigate relationship issues and support each other as they recover together. Learn more.
Biofeedback is a quick-acting, short-term brain regulation approach that tends to help people feel better in the moment. It’s often used during or after detox to ease withdrawal symptoms like insomnia and anxiety. The technique not only helps with bothersome symptoms, but can often put clients in a frame of mind where they’re more ready to take part in and benefit from mindfulness practices.
We offer trauma-focused therapies such as EMDR that help clients address deeply rooted issues surrounding trauma and past difficulties. EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, uses a stimuli such as light to act on bilateral stimulation of the eye while the client recalls and ultimately reprocesses traumatic events or emotional blocks.
Motivational interviewing meets clients where they are in the recovery process. This approach acknowledges that clients who need to make changes in their lives come into treatment at various levels of readiness to change their behavior. Some may have considered the need for change, but have not taken steps to alter behaviors that led to problems or have not yet found resolution. Components of motivational interviewing include: open-ended questions, an affirming attitude, reflective/active listening, and summarizing and reflecting back to the client what they’ve said. Therapists help clients view their life circumstances through healthier lenses and gain motivation to take the necessary steps for change. This approach is cooperative and reinforces the partnership between therapist and client.
Animal-assisted therapy, or pet-assisted therapy, has been shown to benefit people struggling with drug or alcohol abuse and mental health disorders. Clarity Way drug rehab’s therapy dog helps clients build self-esteem, a sense of accountability, trust and trustworthiness and decrease stress and anxiety. Learn more about our animal-assisted therapy program. Learn more.
Our HEART group therapy curriculum was developed by one of our lead therapists who is a certified clinical trauma professional. HEART (Hope, Empathy, Authenticity, Resilience and Trust) is based on the work of Dr. Brené Brown (researcher, author and creator of The Daring Way™ shame-resilience curriculum), Dr. Cathy Moonshine (“Accepting Competency and Achieving Proficiency With Dialectical Behavioral Therapy”) and Don Miguel Ruiz (“The Four Agreements”). Sessions focus on living a whole-hearted, authentic life, working with shame and vulnerability, and using mindfulness practices. Group leaders use a combination of videos, written activities, psychodrama, art and readings and often bring in expert speakers. Learn more about The HEART Group.
We help clients address the range of spiritual issues and questions that often arise in addiction and recovery. Our program encourages spiritual connection, without promoting a specific spiritual avenue or faith. Clients incorporate spirituality in whatever way resonates most with them. This may involve mindfulness, nature, faith-based practices, creativity or other venues that inspire a connection to something greater than oneself.
Addiction counselors educate clients on substance abuse and chemical dependency so they understand both the underlying issues of addictive behaviors, and the biological, genetic, interpersonal and social contributors to the disease.
We offer expert medical care from a team of physicians and nurses to help clients heal the physical deficiencies caused by addiction. Clients who require medical detox benefit from 24/7 care from our medical team to ensure a safe, comfortable experience. We provide medically assisted therapy with VIVITROL®, Buprenorphine and other research-backed medications as clinically appropriate to ease withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
Pilates involves controlled movements that build strength and balance. Key Pilates concepts include centering, concentration, control, precision, breath and flow. Clients can improve circulation and range of motion through this practice. They may also enhance concentration, strength and agility, and decrease stress, anxiety and tension.
Practicing yoga can help quiet the mind and improve strength, agility, balance and concentration. It involves physical postures or “asanas” as well as breathing and stillness. Yoga is tailored to the abilities of the client and can be an effective component of mind-body healing. Clients often incorporate yoga into their lives after treatment as a recovery skill and part of a healthy lifestyle. Learn more.
Craniosacral therapy is an alternative therapeutic approach that works with the central nervous system. In addiction treatment, craniosacral therapy typically targets the feelings that may be “held” in the physical body. The goal is to release physical pain, deeply held tension and emotional blocks using the soft touch of hands. Therapists carefully target areas such as the bones of the head, sacrum and spinal column. Craniosacral therapy was first used as therapeutic technique in the 19th century. It was further refined to its form today during the 1970s by acclaimed osteopathic physician John E. Upledger.
Meditation and mindfulness can ease anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. Meditation involves conscious awareness of breathing, calming the mind and engaging the senses. By becoming aware of the body and breath, thoughts are gently acknowledged as “just thoughts” and released. This encourages clients to stay in the present moment. We offer optional meditation groups five days a week that include guided meditation. Upon request, clients are provided complimentary guided meditation recordings created by our holistic director when they leave drug rehab treatment.
Clients work with their primary therapist to identify short- and long-term goals. They work on discovering purpose in life and new, fulfilling activities to replace the space previously filled by substance use or destructive behaviors. Therapist and client work together to address important decisions the client will need to make when they leave treatment.
Clients can tap into their body’s natural self-healing ability and find physical balance to support recovery through acupuncture. Acupuncture can help alleviate depression, anxiety and substance abuse symptoms while strengthening immunity and lowering blood pressure. Learn more.
Psychodrama is an experiential therapy that can be used with individuals, families, couples and groups of all ages with all types of challenges. Within a safe, therapeutic space, we introduce techniques such as role playing, mirroring, future projections and doubling. These processes help clients give voice to aspects of themselves or their lives that they may have trouble expressing or verbalizing otherwise. Issues addressed in psychodrama might include anger, resilience, forgiveness, triggers, family issues, grief, attachment, addiction and trauma. Learn more.
Clients work with their primary therapist throughout treatment to prepare for a smooth transition back home. They learn to recognize potential triggers and stressful situations that might occur in their day-to-day life and create a plan to deal with these effectively. Clients are encouraged to practice recovery skills such as healthier thinking patterns and coping mechanisms. We also provide clients with resources for support after inpatient addiction treatment.
We believe physical and emotional healing are very much connected. Massage therapy can be a valuable component of addiction recovery. At Clarity Way treatment center, we have several massage therapists who are specially trained and certified in a variety of different massage therapy techniques. These approaches help clients relieve tension and address emotional blocks. Clients can benefit from holistic healing approaches such as Reiki, reflexology, raindrop therapy and deep tissue massages. Learn more.
Physical activity is an important component of addiction recovery. We offer a wide selection of fitness classes, tailored to all different levels and abilities. Clients may participate in Zumba (lively fitness program that incorporates Latin dancing), stretching and strengthening, yoga, Pilates and water aerobics. Learn more.
We have a fully stocked art studio and a music studio that clients may use in their free time. Art and music activities can help clients process emotions that are not easily verbalized. They can also serve as healthy coping skills for people in recovery. In our art studio, clients may use clay, paint, mandalas, colored pencils, canvases and other materials to create pieces that give voice to emotions, situations or issues. Our music studio gives clients the opportunity to create or listen to music alone or with other clients. The music studio includes instruments like guitars, drums, an electric piano, and maracas, as well as special software and equipment for recording music. Some of our therapists incorporate art and music projects into individual and group therapy activities.
We know not everyone relates to the 12 Steps. That’s why we offer both 12-Step groups as well as alternatives to the 12 Steps such as Refuge Recovery and SMART Recovery® groups. SMART Recovery is a scientific-based, self-empowering alternative to the 12 Steps. Refuge Recovery is based on Buddhist philosophy and includes mindfulness practices.
Tennis lessons can be included as part of an individual’s personal training sessions. Additional tennis sessions are available for an additional fee.
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*Indicates ancillary service/therapy that may be offered at an additional fee and offsite in some instances.