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Addiction therapies include (but are not limited to) the following:

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Maladaptive behavioral patterns are prevalent for those who have an addiction to alcohol or drugs. CBT helps clients to identify and then correct behaviors by applying different skills. This technique helps clients utilize self-control and develop healthy coping skills. It also helps clients identify high risk environments, triggers, cravings, and other experiences that place them at risk for relapse. CBT can be used after treatment and is powerful when combined with medications and other types of therapies.

Community Reinforcement Approach

Helps client remain abstinent from drugs and alcohol long enough for them to learn new life skills. This approach helps clients to engaged within social networks in the community that allow them sustain recovery long-term. This therapy focuses on family relations, vocational counseling, and the development of a much needed sober social support network. Community Reinforcement helps clients to find a sober lifestyle more rewarding than active addiction or alcoholism. Reprieve does this with an active alumni program, 12-step recovery meetings, vocational counseling, transportation and food assistance, community meetings, and extensive recreational opportunities.

Motivational Enhancement Therapy

Helps clients to resolve any ambivalence about their desires to be sober, engage in treatment, and maintain abstinence from drugs and alcohol. This approach focuses on rapidly evoking an internal motivation and helps client develop a desire to be sober. Motivational interviewing techniques are utilized to help clients examine their substance use disorder, understand the negative consequences and impacts, increase motivation, and commit to a self-directed recovery plan.

12-Step Facilitation Therapy

Helps clients increase their chances of becoming actively engaged in a 12-step recovery program. This approach helps clients to accept that addiction is a chronic and progressive disease in which life becomes unmanageable because of drug and alcohol usage. It also helps client to see that abstinence is the only alternative to their insufficient willpower to cover come their problem alone. Clients are encouraged to surrender, accept the fellowship and support provided by other individuals in a 12-step program.

Family Behavior Therapy

Therapists engage families in behavioral strategies to improve the home environment. Reprieve provides family members with much needed education, support, and/or encouragement. Families are encouraged to set and maintain healthy boundaries that will drastically increase their loved ones' recovery successes.

Multisystemic Therapy (MST)

Helps client’s approach and develop insight into all realms of functioning that have contributed to substance usage. This approach looks at the whole picture and helps client to make changes within the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual realms of functioning. Therapists will highlight both negative and positive impacts of childhood, family, school, vocational, legal, financial, medical, mental health, and other matters. This approach helps clients not to have tunnel vision and look at the bigger picture.

Solution-Focused Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy: Helps clients move forward by identifying current problems or psychosocial stressors. Clients are taught that the only constant in life is change, small changes lead to big outcomes, and that change occurs more easily when the focus is on the present and future. This approach helps clients to identify and utilize their own resources, skills, and abilities to determine an effective solution.

Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)

Helps clients identify problematic thoughts and feelings that are both limiting and counterproductive to their growth. Clients are encouraged to consider that it is not the event(s) and instead it is their beliefs about events that are self-defeating. Clients are taught to challenge and replace their irrational thinking and behaving in a more productive manner.