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103 Powell Court, Suite 100
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We understand the complex ways in which addiction, trauma and mental health disorders change the brain. All P.A.T.H. treatment options are informed by the latest scientific research, and we implement interventions that heal the brain, target triggers and cravings and develop new neural pathways.
We understand that individuals need support to manage cravings and prevent relapse while the brain is healing and normal emotional and decision-making capabilities are being restored. We individualize medication for opioid disorders (MOUD) and mental health illnesses based on the medical and clinical assessment of needs.
Treatment includes core components of basic recovery: 12-step work, meditation skills, and building a daily self-reflection process. We encourage support group participation, which has proven successful in enhancing self-efficacy, improving motivation, and building healthy social networks.
Using evidence-based approaches, such as DBT and CBT, we teach individuals to identify emotional states in themselves and others while learning and practicing emotional resilience techniques and coping skills.
We help individuals to correct destructive self-talk and negative self-concept. We are deepening the individual’s understanding of their defense mechanisms that lead to maladaptive interpersonal styles and putting them at risk of relapse. We also address shame, resiliency, courage, and vulnerability.
Individuals learn meaningful connections and healthy interdependence with others. We help individuals build a personal spiritual framework while fostering post-traumatic growth through meta-spiritual concepts such as meaning-making, purpose, and forgiveness.
We understand that addiction and mental health issues affect everyone close to the individual and that comprehensive treatment must include healing in those primary relationships. We offer family education, conjoint therapy, and multi-family groups. We also involve key stakeholders in relapse prevention plans.
We help individuals develop a deeper understanding of triggers and cravings, equipping them with concrete skills and strategies. Individuals learn the basic components of relapse prevention and construct a relapse prevention plan that is specific to their needs.
Due to the complex overlap of trauma, mental illness, and addiction; comprehensive treatment seamlessly addresses all three issues. We maintain the stance that all treatment should include “universal precautions” of trauma through the implementation of trauma-informed care.