Addiction Treatment That Gets to The Root Core of Addiction
There are many people that mistakenly believe that overcoming an addiction is as simple as never consuming your drug or drink of choice again. While abstaining from drugs or alcohol is a critical factor in your journey, it is not the end all be all when it comes to full and complete recovery.
If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today. Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.
At The Source Treatment Center, we believe that the root core of your addiction revolves around a specific trauma or series of events that may have triggered your addiction. We pride ourselves in assisting our clients to put together a treatment plan that revolves around addressing the root core of your addiction which is typically generated from a traumatic event that happened during your life.
What is Trauma Based Therapy Like?
Although every treatment program is personalized based on our clients needs, The Source team believes that the root cause of addiction is engrained in a traumatic event that happened during your life. For example, if you were a veteran or a first responder, it’s possible that you may have seen or experienced an event that you were not able to process. Due to the fact that you never addressed this occurrence, your emotions manifested themselves in the development of an addiction.
Additionally, it’s not uncommon for childhood traumas to result in an addiction. For instance, if you suffered from childhood abused in a physical or mental way, you may think as though you found comfort in your addiction. By addressing these traumas, you are taking a more decisive step in your recovery and you lessen the chance of relapsing.
Our treatment facility provides our clients with the opportunity to participate in a number of trauma therapies. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy is one such example of a trauma therapy that we offer. During each session, you will work toward reliving a specific experience in your life that may have caused your addiction. It’s important to remember that although this event may be difficult or painful to remember, the premise of this therapy is to lessen the severity of the memory. Clients that benefit the most from eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy are traditionally clients that are also struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Another form of trauma-based therapy that we offer at The Source is traumatic incident reduction therapy. These sessions usually take place each week and typically last between 60 and 90 minutes. This form of therapy is defined as being one of the most up-to-date type of trauma-based therapy due to the faster results that a client tends to experience. Traumatic incident reduction therapy can be particularly helpful to clients that are also struggling with anxiety as well as depression.
Of course, it’s important not to overlook the role that both group therapy and individual therapy play in your overall recovery. Group therapy gives you the opportunity to be able to connect with other people in your group that may be experiencing the same thoughts and emotions as you. Making the conscious effort to actively participate in group therapy will not only provide you with the chance to develop relationships with other people in your group but it may also open you to other ways of thinking or approaching your recovery.
Individual therapy, on the other hand, gives you the privacy to talk about some of your traumas in a more personalized setting. During individual therapy, you will meet with a member of our team and begin to focus on not only the traumatic events in your life but work on putting together a plan that will help you to remain sober once you get home. Individual therapy is also a perfect opportunity for you and a member of our team to assess how you feel you are progressing in your current treatment plan and make any adjustments that may be needed.
Why Choose The Source?
At The Source, we believe that in order to help you to recover from addiction, it’s imperative to take a holistic approach to recovery. From the moment that you first reach out to us, we take every opportunity to get to know more about you so that we can begin to understand more of your addiction struggles. Within 24 hours of the initial time that you reached out to us, we can have you enrolled in one of our treatment programs so that you can begin your journey right away.
During your initial consultation, the opioid rehab in Fort Lauderdale team will be able to provide you with a more detailed explanation of the treatment options that we offer. For example, if you feel as though you need a more structured form of treatment in a safe and secure environment, you may be a perfect candidate for our partial hospitalization program. Our partial hospitalization program supplies you with the round the clock care that you need as you begin to transition into a life of sobriety and recovery. Along with a minimum of 25 hours per week of therapy, we will also provide you with luxurious and relaxing accommodations that you can use to reflect on your day.
If you do not have the flexibility to commit to our partial hospitalization program, we also provide you with the opportunity to enroll in our intensive outpatient program or our outpatient program. Both of these programs will supply you with a certain number of hours of therapy per week while still allowing you to see to certain responsibilities in your life.
The Source team commits itself to giving our clients the unique care and attention that they need as they begin to recover from addiction as well as past traumas. We encourage you to reach out to a member of our team today at (800) 204-0418 to begin your recovery journey. Our staff is available around the clock to walk you through the intake process. We look forward to helping you through this new phase in your life.