New Day Treatment Center provides the support you need for a safe recovery.
THE NEW DAY ADDICTION COUNSELING APPROACH
Addiction is a puzzle. A big part of putting the pieces together is medication, but the other is counseling. They need to both work together for you to successfully achieve sobriety.
New Day Treatment Center fervently believes that counseling is critical to addiction recovery. We give patients both group and individual counseling to ensure they receive emotional and psychological support to heal from the pain of addiction and rebuild their lives.
GROUP ADDICTION COUNSELING
A group therapy session provided by one of our qualified clinicians helps individuals address their specific substance abuse treatment goals. This counseling promotes recovery through the development of cognitive processing skills, healthy coping mechanisms, adaptive behaviors, and interpersonal skills. Our certified counselors work to help our patients identify and resolve personal, social, intrapersonal and interpersonal concerns. This addiction counseling is provided alongside Methadone or Suboxone Treatment to help address our patients’ emotional needs and to provide a community of support.
GROUP ADDICTION COUNSELING SESSIONS INCLUDE:
12 Steps Recovery
Problem Solving Conflict
Disease of Addiction
Benzo Use Education Group
INDIVIDUAL ADDICTION COUNSELING
We pair Methadone Treatment or Suboxone Treatment with individual counseling and other psychosocial services to treat opioid dependency and substance abuse. Our certified and trained counselors utilize evidence-based therapeutic approaches and modalities to help individuals achieve their specific recovery goals. Patients will receive individual counseling for as long as they are in the program to help them break free from opiate addiction. The frequency of these sessions is determined by the individual’s needs, but counseling usually occurs at least once a month.
The individual counseling allows patients to understand the root cause of their opiate addiction in order to help prevent future relapse and develop a deeper understanding of themselves. They learn personalized coping mechanisms and get one-on-one support from a trusted counselor wholly committed to their successful recovery.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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RECOVERY RESOURCE BLOGS
Explore these blogs to learn more about the recovery process, the disease of addiction, and how New Day Treatment Center can help you or a loved one find the necessary treatment.