Drug Detox and Residential Medication Assisted Treatment
The holistic treatment used at Milestone Detox addresses the issues of the mind, body and spirit to effectively heal the whole person from the disease of addiction.
As a part of holistic treatment, there are several options for therapy, including an array of individual and group therapy sessions lead by licensed therapists and addiction counselors.
Types of Therapies
The types of therapies used in treatment are based upon individual needs and substance abuse history. Specific goals are created based upon each unique condition, while staff provide the knowledge and support to achieve milestones on the road to recovery.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is mostly used to address problematic feelings or thoughts that will affect sobriety or could contribute to a relapse. CBT is also effective in treating co-occurring or dual diagnosis conditions, such as a mood disorder in conjunction with a substance use disorder.
Biofeedback therapy uses sensors that are placed on the skin to provide treatment professionals biological signs related to stress. Most biofeedback therapy sessions last about 30 to 60 minutes. Sessions are designed to teach emotional regulation.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy. It was originally designed to treat people with borderline personality disorder (BPD). Research shows that DBT is effective in treating many other disorders including drug abuse, alcoholism, trauma/PTSD, depression, and eating disorders.
Christian, Jewish, and other faith-based treatment programs offer specialized programs and facilities that are designed around faith and spirituality. With a faith-based program, people in recovery can heal with like-minded individuals who are looking for guidance from a higher power.
MET is used to helps to change behaviors and thoughts that may be attached to addiction. It is frequently used to treat co-occurring conditions, such as bipolar disorder or eating disorders.
Experiential therapy uses participation in new experiences as an alternative treatment method designed to help clients overcome feelings that may be repressed. This treatment also helps explore emotions that have contributed the use of drugs or alcohol. Common types of experiential therapy include ropes courses, rock-climbing, and wilderness therapy.