Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Although addiction is a disease, it’s unique compared to many other common diseases that are treated today. People aren’t born addicts, but rather develop the disease of addiction through a confluence of genetic, environmental, and developmental factors. There’s evidence that suggests individuals who were exposed... Read More

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

The disease of addiction causes profound suffering to those individuals who develop a chemical dependency. Oftentimes beginning with experimental, recreational substance abuse, individuals continue to increase their dosage as they try to experience those earliest feelings of intoxication, which they’re unable to achieve due to a... Read More

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

The increasing need for minimally-invasive and non-medication therapies for persons suffering from PTSD, anxiety, depression and insomnia has given rise to some exciting new developments. While not as widely used as medications, therapies like Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) are growing in popularity and... Read More

Life Skills Training

Over the course of active addiction, an individual’s way of life changes dramatically. The effects of alcohol or drug addiction include the deterioration of one’s physical health, altered patterns of thought and major changes in behavior that negatively impact other areas of one’s life. Over... Read More

Individual and Group Therapy

As a disease, addiction to alcohol or drugs can permeate all aspect of one’s life and cause seemingly insurmountable devastation. Those who are chemically dependent on dangerous, mind-altering substances find themselves with declining physical health, increasing financial difficulties, problems with important relationships, and perhaps even... Read More

Breathwork Therapy

Breathwork is the use of controlled breathing techniques designed to achieve a specific goal. Techniques may include slowing down breathing, deep breathing or more rapid, shallow breathing. These techniques are intended to reduce anxiety and stress. Breathwork is supervised by a therapist who is experienced... Read More

Yoga Therapy

Guardian Intensive Outpatient Program offers several holistic therapies including breathwork, equine therapy, and yoga in order to facilitate recovery and healing of the mind, body and spirit. “Holistic” means interconnected and whole, and holistic therapy is a form of healing its consideration of the whole... Read More

Equine Therapy

Addiction treatment has evolved over the last few years. More and more it becomes clear that successful recovery requires an individualized, multifaceted approach. This means using different methodologies and therapies to heal and treat the addicted person. Using Horses To Heal From Addiction Equine therapy... Read More

Experiential Therapy in Intensive Outpatient Treatment

Many people are reluctant to talk about the feelings, behaviors and life experiences related to substance abuse in the traditional talk therapy setting. Often, people have buried their feelings deep inside or lost their connection with their self altogether due to substance abuse. Some feel... Read More

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