How We Treat

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Here at Solace Treatment we provide only the most effective mental health and substance abuse care. Our team of experienced therapists and clinicians work together to make sure each and every client under our care receive the best solution to their unique situation. 

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See our therapeutic methods we employ to help treat the underlying causes of addiction and mental illness by scrolling below.

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Individual Therapy

One-on-one therapy plays a very important roll in the recovery process. This is where our licensed clinical therapists address and help solve the problems surrounding our patient’s drug and alcohol abuse or mental health issues. Our clinical team works closely together to make sure the best outcome is achieved.


Group Therapy

Group therapy is a strong component of the recovery process. Our patients are able to constructively interact in a supervised environment to help better their communication, conflict resolution, and other skills where they may experience triggers to use drugs and alcohol. Breaching social roadblocks are a key factor in challenging compromised personal belief systems.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

This specialized therapy is significantly effective when it comes to treating substance abuse and mental health disorders. Being used widely throughout the therapeutic community, it helps patients address negative thoughts and beliefs they may not have been aware of. This process helps unearth and change deep-seeded issues that contribute to drug and alcohol abuse.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

This behavioral therapy helps promote positive behaviors within the patient which help build a strong foundation for a successful recovery. Introducing healthy ways to cope can be very effective when it comes to relapse prevention. Techniques such as controlling cravings, dealing with negative emotions, and setting up positive goals help empower the individual to resist the urge to relapse.


Experiential Therapy

A big part of the recovery process is taking part in recreational activities that one may have lost interest in while struggling. We at Solace Treatment provide you or your loved one with activities such as yoga, hiking, art therapy, and meditation. This allows for the opportunity to learn how to thrive again with hobbies and activities.


Physical Exercise

An important part of initiating change in the lives of those who struggle with mental health and substance abuse issues is creating new lifestyle habits. A very important one is engaging in physical exercise on a routine basis. This helps the release of endorphins which promotes a better state of mind and overall mood.