Individual Therapy


Recovery from addiction is much more than just removing drugs and alcohol. To treat a person as a whole and reduce the likelihood of relapse, the mind and spirit need to be healed as well. Therefore, individual therapy is the most common and essential part of holistic addiction recovery. Therapy sessions focus on exploring and healing the issues that led to your addiction.  Therapy also teaches the skills needed to get and stay sober as well as how to navigate stressors without turning to drugs or alcohol. Various types of counseling are used which can help address not only the symptoms but most importantly the underlying causes of addiction.

At The Source, we believe trauma is a major underlying cause of addiction which is why we focus a large portion of our treatment on multiple forms of therapy. Drugs and alcohol are often used to self-medicate difficult experiences, emotions, or events, and counseling can help a person process these unresolved issues.

Safe One-on-One Therapy at The Source

Therapy can be an outlet for traumatic experiences that have not been verbalized so that a person can begin to process and move past them. It can be frightening and emotional but is a necessary healing aid in the recovery process. We offer a safe, compassionate environment to explore those events and ease every individual’s journey. A trusting and supportive relationship with a therapist is vital to complete treatment and recover long-term.

One-on-one therapy can identify individual challenges that a person is not consciously aware of and then help overcome them. Continued therapy is important throughout the recovery process and can be a lifelong tool needed to maintain sobriety. Our bodies may not be able to process all events at the same time and they may come out later in life when the body feels it is stronger to deal with it. Counseling will be important throughout those various stages.

Dealing With Triggers 

There can also be psychological or social triggers for relapse that therapy can help manage. Triggers can be everyday stressors or even just visiting a specific place or being around a certain group of people. Individual therapy is not only great for verbalizing these concerns but also teaches ways to cope with these events without the use of drugs or alcohol, helping to break the cycle of relapse and recovery.
Therapy can also help other mental health conditions, such as anxiety and depression, that were brought on through addiction. Working through feelings of guilt without judgment is important for any recovery journey, no matter how many times that path has been or needs to be walked.

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We truly believe that each client is an individual with unique life circumstances. We help the client recognize and correct the dysfunctional behavior patterns that have overtaken their existence and ultimately heal the pain of the past, so they can lead a healthy, addiction-free life.