Holistic Treatment for Addiction Recovery
The physical and mental symptoms of your addiction are the easiest to see and treat. But what about the other aspects of your life that contribute to your overall health and well-being? There’s so much about who you are that can’t always be addressed in traditional treatment modalities.
That’s why we use holistic addiction treatment practices to complement our evidence-based approach and treat you with the empathy and care you deserve. During your time at our luxury addiction treatment facility, you’ll experience holistic treatments like yoga, equine therapy, mindfulness therapy and so much more.
What is Holistic Addiction Treatment?
Think about how your addiction or dual diagnosis disorder has affected your mind and body. From physical health problems to an inability to maintain relationships that matter to you, substance abuse and mental health challenges take away everything that defines who you are.
Holistic addiction treatment practices aim to heal the entire self. In fact, the term “holistic” simply refers to the whole person, focused on helping you improve your overall well-being.
Holistic or alternatives treatments for addiction are non-medical methods to address the physical, emotional, mental and psychological aspects of addiction and mental health conditions. These types of alternative treatments are designed to:
- Bring balance back into your life
- Help you get to the bottom of your addiction
- Learn how to maintain long-term sobriety
- Find personal satisfaction in addiction treatment
Ultimately, holistic addiction treatment goes beyond just the symptoms of your addiction to help you revitalize your mind, body and spirit.
Holistic Addiction Treatments at Fountain Hills Recovery
Some of the holistic treatments we offer to our patients include:
PsychoEducational Group Therapy
Trauma Focused CBT
We accept most insurances.
OUR PRIORITY IS GETTING YOU THE TREATMENT YOU NEED
Is Holistic Treatment for Addiction Effective?
Alternative treatments for addiction are most effective when they supplement evidence-based treatment methods. Alongside evidence-based therapy modalities like individual therapy or cognitive behavioral therapy, holistic treatments like equine therapy or art therapy can draw out the root causes and motivations of your substance abuse.
Holistic treatments for addiction have also been found to:
- Increase self-esteem and self-confidence
- Improve nutrition to correct neurochemical imbalances and physical health
- Decrease stress and anxiety
- Increase your overall ability to handle addiction treatment
- Help you feel more at ease and more productive
- Lower your impulsivity and improve your decision-making
- Help you be more aware of your thoughts and feelings
Additional research has also shown that alternative treatments can actually help those in treatment enjoy rehab. When you’re relaxed and at ease, you’ll be more receptive to addiction treatment and be more motivated to work on your recovery.
How Holistic Treatment is Incorporated into Your Day-to-Day
When you first arrive at our luxury treatment facility in Fountain Hills, you’ll meet with our expert recovery center Arizona team to discuss your addiction and mental health challenges. Our team will use this time to get to know you and develop a holistic, individualized addiction treatment plan that will be most effective for you.
Your days in treatment will include evidence-based treatments like individual therapy, group therapy, trauma therapy and 12-step recovery. These will then be supplemented with various holistic therapies to help improve your overall physical health, mental well-being and mood throughout treatment.
Once you’ve completed treatment at Fountain Hills Recovery, you can continue to practice the skills and healthy habits you learned from these holistic treatments to help you maintain your recovery and live a fulfilling life beyond addiction.
Fountain Hills Recovery is here to help.
Call us now at (800) 715-2004 to begin your journey towards a life free from the grips of substance abuse and behavioral health disorders.