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The therapy programs we offer at New Leaf Detox & Treatment are designed to provide you with the help you need to overcome your substance use disorder. We use treatment that addresses the mental and physical aspects of addiction. By using these therapies we can help you rebuild your life in a positive and healthy way and improve your quality of life.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a form of pharmacotherapy that serves as a harm reduction tool when used in conjunction with counseling and behavioral therapies. MAT can be very effective in diminishing cravings, helping those addicted to substances like alcohol or heroin cut their habits and find stability.
MAT can be used safely for extended periods of time or used as a short-term intervention. [ Learn More » ]
Psychotherapy is the basis for psychiatric counseling. During these therapeutic sessions, patients might discuss challenging situations, emotions, and behaviors that are effecting their life.
Patients in psychotherapy will likely work through negative thoughts and life events. But, the end goal and result is learning how to live a happier, more fulfilling life. [ Learn More » ]
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a short-term approach to mental health treatment that can have long-term beneficial effects. It helps people address unreasonable behaviors, thought patterns and thoughts.
The logic behind CBT is that our behaviors and thoughts are related, and by addressing these underlying problems we can better our mental health as a whole. [ Learn More » ]
Holistic therapy is an umbrella term that encompasses a combination of therapeutic modalities aimed to heal the person as a whole. Some people refer to holistic therapy as a mind-body-soul approach to mental health.
Studies show that addressing the person as a whole rather than aiming to solely fix drug usage is a more successful approach in addiction treatment. [ Learn More » ]
Encompassed by holistic therapy, physical recovery can greatly increase the chance that a person abstains from drug usage after rehabilitation. Physical therapy can help people work on injuries that may have led to addiction, bring about new self-confidence, and provide a healthy high for the addict.
Endorphins produced from exercise can be a critical source for happiness during recovery, helping the recovering addict find satisfaction outside of drugs. [ Learn More » ]
Very similar to physical recovery and therapy, Yoga can be highly beneficial to the addict in recovery as well. Not only can it provide some endorphins like other exercise, but it limbers the body and brings a sense of relaxation.
Yoga is shown to lessen stress levels, lower blood pressure, promote positive thinking and spiritual awareness, help with weight loss, and strengthen the body. [ Learn More » ]
All of our therapies are evidence-based therapies. This just means that there are studies or other data sources that point to the success of the therapeutic modalities we use.
We want you to rest assured that the treatment you or your loved one is receiving care that is proven to work. [ Learn More » ]
We are all a totality of our experiences. Sometimes we go through traumatic experiences that lead to our addictions or other mental health issues.
We’d like you to know that our programs are trauma-informed, meaning we work to inform ourselves about the trauma of our patients. In doing this, we are better able to help them and be mindful of the nuances that may trigger unwanted memories, thoughts, and emotions. [ Learn More » ]