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A Holistic Approach to Substance Abuse Recovery For Men
At Synergy Executive, we value the holistic approach to treatment, and believe in providing wrap-around services delivered by our expert team of addiction professionals. We utilize a variety of treatment modalities, including evidence-based practices, the traditional 12 step model, SMART Recovery, holistic health therapies, medication assisted treatment, mental health services, and trauma services including EMDR. All services are aimed at the root cause of addiction, and promote a positive lifestyle change to encompass mind, body and spirit. A combination of individual, group and family therapy will be provided by licensed clinicians. Education classes will be interactive and experiential, and cover a wide variety of topics. Our goal is to provide clients with a wide variety of services in order to empower them to choose what will work for them as they maintain their sobriety.
Healthy living and nutrition will be incorporated into daily life at the center. Health screenings and interventions will be provided as needed by an on-site registered nurse. Clients will enjoy three nutritious meals each day and snacks prepared by our gourmet chef.
The amount of time each person needs to spend in residential treatment is different and based on a variety of factors. It is our goal to meet each client’s individual needs by customizing a treatment plan to meet them where they are at the time of admission. However, typically clients benefit most from a 30- to 90-day stay in treatment.
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A goal-oriented therapeutic process guided by individualized treatment plans to resolve problems related to Substance Abuse which interferes with everyday functioning. Strong emphasis on developing motivation for change and gaining the knowledge, skills, and tools needed to live a substance-free life.
Therapeutic interaction among Therapist and up to 10 men designed to promote healthy client functioning and recovery through personal disclosure and interpersonal interaction within the group.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
DBT skills class utilizes a combination of psychoeducation, personal reflection, discussion, open sharing, and feedback to provide clients with opportunities to learn and explore the four key skills of Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Distress Tolerance, Mindfulness, Emotional Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness. These skills can help manage overwhelming emotions by strengthening clients’ ability to handle distress without losing control or acting destructively and to better regulate their emotional responses. Group materials consist of Dialectical Behavior Therapy online resources by Marsha Linehan; The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook by McKay, Wood, & Brantley; and Out of Control: A DBT–CBT Workbook for Getting Control of Our Emotions and Emotion-Driven Behavior by Melanie Gordon Sheets.
Clients will learn skills to engage in healthy relationships in recovery. Information will include selecting relationships most helpful to recovery, maintaining healthy communication, and setting for optimal self-care. Information will encompass all types of relationships including romantic relationships, parenting relationships, friendships, and professional relationships.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT is a therapeutic model based upon the idea that the way a situation is perceived is closely tied to the ability to manage and cope with it. Clients will learn about unhelpful beliefs and cognitive distortions, and will be taught to challenge them in order to approach the world and their relationships effectively.
Grief & Loss Therapy
Therapeutic interactions aimed at experiencing emotional expression and cognitive understanding surrounding the loss. Factors influencing each individual’s reaction to loss as
Therapeutic process directed at exploring the interrelationship between substance use and trauma and the impact of the trauma on an individual’s life and recovery. The process is directed at making sense of the traumatic experience and the feelings associated with it, and developing healthy coping skills to begin the healing process.
Anger management is designed to teach clients coping skills to manage their anger. This group focuses on identifying the primary emotions (such as sadness, rejection, disappointment, etc.) associated with anger. The group works on identifying situations that create intense feelings of anger and explores ways to cope with those situations in a healthier manner. This is a safe place for clients to relate to peers who are also experiencing anger while in recovery. The group curriculum is based on the SAMHSA Cognitive Behavioral Anger Management Workbook, with supplemental material incorporated as well.