At Bonfire Behavioral Health, we provide our patients with addiction treatment therapies to ensure their long-term recovery. These treatment options combine an array of evidence-based therapies with different holistic approaches that address the needs of the whole patient. As a result, as you recover, your addiction therapy program will provide you with the tools you need to manage your stress and cravings. With these skills, you can grow and thrive outside of treatment. For more information about the treatment options available at Bonfire Behavioral Health, please reach out to our kind and compassionate team today by calling 603.617.4815 or using our convenient online form.
Like other mental health conditions, addiction thrives in isolation. As a result, a group therapy program can be a useful tool for fighting addiction. For example, during group therapy, you’ll learn and grow alongside other people in recovery. Also, you will gain tools to manage your condition and learn from other peoples’ experiences.
Addiction often damages the relationships you have with people around you. With the help of a family therapy program, you can work on rebuilding those relationships. We’ll help you create boundaries and work through issues, allowing you to repair the damage that addiction has done.
Many people experience trauma that either led to or occurred during their addiction. It’s critical to address that trauma to heal completely. Fortunately, we will help you address these issues with our trauma therapy program so that you can begin the healing process.
During addiction, patients often struggle with anger towards people who have caused them pain. Forgiveness therapy addresses these challenging issues as you’re able to uncover the cause of your anger. You can also work towards forgiving the person you’re angry at, allowing you to let go of that bitterness and freely move towards the future.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is one of the most useful addiction treatment therapy options. During CBT, you can begin to relearn healthier coping skills to manage your everyday stress and anxiety. You’ll also work on talking through your struggles, identifying goals for your recovery, and putting specific strategies into place for when you’re dealing with stress. This therapy is beneficial for preventing relapse outside of treatment.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Dialectical behavior therapy is a useful tool for managing your reaction to stress and discomfort in everyday life. During DBT, you’ll begin working on mindfulness, tolerance to distress, interpersonal effectiveness, and your ability to regulate your emotions. Dialectical behavior therapy allows you to have the best chance for long-term recovery.
Relapse Prevention Therapy
It’s critical to develop tools to manage your stress and cravings outside of treatment. If you don’t have relapse prevention strategies in place before you leave treatment, you may quickly return to drug or alcohol use when you return to life outside of rehab. With the help of relapse prevention therapy, you can develop those strategies in the safety and structure of a treatment setting.
12 Step Therapy
In the past, 12 step therapy programs have helped individuals stay sober outside of a treatment program. You can work through the 12 steps with our clinicians and other people in recovery, giving you an excellent chance for long-term recovery.
Contact Bonfire Behavioral Health
It’s critical to find a treatment program that addresses your unique needs. Doing so will allow you to get the tools that you need to overcome addiction. When you come to Bonfire Behavioral Health, we will develop a treatment plan utilizing addiction treatment therapies base on your challenges. You can put an end to your addiction. Call Bonfire Behavioral Health today at 603.617.4815 for more information about the treatment options available.