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To ensure our ability to meet the needs of every patient we treat, the Center for Professional Recovery offers a wide range of treatment therapies:

Group therapy session

12-Step Groups

Our patients are all strongly encouraged to involve themselves in the 12-step community both during their treatment with us and after. Additionally, we offer 12-step alternatives for those wishing to join other community meetings based on similar principles. These groups offer regular meetings tailored to gender and other specifications, allowing patients to be with like-minded individuals and develop a support network that will promote long-term sobriety.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy session

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Also known as CBT, cognitive behavioral therapy identifies harmful thinking patterns to regulate the distressing emotions and potentially destructive behaviors. This treatment modality deals with the internal thought processes to transform negative to positive in both thinking and behavior.

Family and Couples Therapy

Family and Couples Therapy

Addiction does not occur to an individual alone; it affects everyone surrounding the individual as well. Family and couples therapy is designed to address negative feelings of everyone involved with the goal of restoring trust and healthy relationships. In addition to improving the function of the couple or the family unit, this approach reduces relapse risk for the individual by creating a supportive environment outside of treatment.

Specialized Group Therapy session

Specialized Group Therapy

This therapy brings like-minded people together in a small group, allowing them to have the opportunity to help others as well as themselves. This proven modality has been used effectively for decades, providing insight for individuals they might not discover through other treatment approaches.

Individual Counseling and Therapy session

Individual Counseling and Therapy

One-on-one therapy is an effective way for an individual to work directly with a therapist to uncover and address many of the issues that might have led to the addiction. During these sessions, the goal of the therapist is to increase a person’s understanding of themselves and their problems to construct a healthier approach to their everyday lives.

Mindfulness Meditation session

Mindfulness Meditation

Mindfulness is a way of slowing down the thought processes within the mind by focusing on a single object. The practice is a form of observation that is empathetic and non-judgmental. This modality is effective in reducing anxiety and stress while allowing the individual to explore negative experiences and emotions safely. As awareness increases, it enables the person to address issues surrounding the addiction on a deeper level.

patient Pain Management

Pain Management

Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that can both lead to addiction and make treatment for dependency more challenging. When pain is a part of the equation, pain management is an essential part of a successful recovery process. The Center for Professional Recovery understands the necessity of managing pain and offer a variety of therapies to do so at our facility to help patients achieve greater comfort and a higher quality of life. Additionally, we partner with community resources such as the UCLA Pain Center in Los Angeles, CA in providing our patients with the best support possible.

Relapse Prevention Counseling

Relapse Prevention Counseling

Relapse is a concern in any recovery process, particularly for professionals returning to safety-sensitive careers after treatment. The good news is there are ways to lower the risk of this occurrence and increase the odds for successful, long-term sobriety. By customizing our treatment plans, the Center for Professional Recovery can help patients identify triggers and cultivate contingency processes to avoid and manage them.

Patient dealing with stress

Stress Management Therapy

Stress can be both a trigger for addiction and an obstacle to recovery. Learning healthy ways to manage stress is essential to those that work in careers where tension and pressure are constant. Therapy in this area provides patients with the tools necessary to meet stressful situations and cope with long-term stress. In addition to becoming a vital part of the treatment process, stress management therapy can go far in reducing many of the triggers associated with relapse.

Motivational Interviewing

Motivational Interviewing

Since motivation is often an obstacle in addiction treatment, this modality focuses on promoting the motivation necessary to succeed in long-term sobriety. The goal is to encourage the individual to make positive decisions that will help them work toward their identified goals.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical behavioral therapy or DBT utilizes four basic principles to help those struggling with addiction accept both the condition and the need to change. The principles include mindfulness, regulation of emotions, interpersonal relationships and distress tolerance, which are used to reduce the compulsivity often associated with self-harm.

Professionals in Recovery

Addiction treatment can pose an even greater challenge for those in professional careers involving health care or the legal industry. Working through the process with others from a similar background allows you to share your unique concerns and focus on your recovery in a safe, shame-free, non-judgmental environment. This recovery program also provides the opportunity to address issues unique to this demographic, including the professional stigma of addiction and the legal and professional hurdles the must be overcome to return to practice.

Addiction Support Group

Addiction Support Groups

The ability to spend time with others that have walked a similar journey is invaluable to professionals that have struggled with addiction. Support groups comprised of like-minded individuals with similar backgrounds offers support during the treatment process and beyond as those that have participated in treatment programs pursue long-term sobriety.

Aftercare and Contingency Planning

Aftercare and Contingency Planning

While the treatment process is imperative to successful recovery, it is just the first step in what will be a lifelong journey. We ensure our patients leave with a solid aftercare plan that will be used long after they leave treatment. We work with their employer, well-being committee, medical board, or health program to ensure they are both set up for lasting recovery and have all of the tools they need to return to work safely. Aftercare planning is essential in any treatment program but becomes even more vital with professionals that are looking to return to their profession after treatment.

A wide range of treatment modalities offers the ability to customize every treatment plan to the needs of the individual. To learn more about any of these therapies or our addiction treatment program, contact the Center for Professional Recovery at 855.422.4129.

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