Everlast Recovery Centers

Therapeutic Services

Treatment for substance abuse disorder means more than giving up a drug. Recovery is about learning the necessary skills you’ll need to stay sober long-term and cope with the problems that brought you to substance abuse in the first place. 

At Everlast Recovery Centers, therapeutic services include traditional methods like cognitive-behavioral therapy and trauma therapy to help you achieve the coping skills needed for a successful recovery. We also offer complementary therapies such as yoga, mindfulness, and art therapy to give our clients the tools needed to handle stress. These skills are essential to leading a happy, sober life even after you leave our facility. Let Everlast guide you to freedom today.

Types of Therapeutic Services

At Everlast, we offer different types of therapy demonstrated as effective for people with substance abuse disorders. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) has become a popular method because it focuses on changing behaviors. Another form of CBT known as dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) can help people learn to control their emotions and improve how they interact with others. However, we also offer various other therapeutic modalities to help each individual find what they need for lasting sobriety.

A study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) confirmed that people with substance abuse disorder often have a history of trauma. Due to this, trauma therapy is an essential part of the program at Everlast. 

Relationships also often become conflicted when a person has a substance abuse disorder, which is why Everlast offers family therapy to help stabilize and rebuild familial relationships. We also work on codependency and setting healthy boundaries, which are essential for healthy relationships in recovery. However, we will not admit couples into our facility at the same time.

At Everlast, our goal is to set you up for success. In addition to these types of therapy, clients in our program will learn how to build new life skills, cope with strong emotions, and handle stress.

Complementary Therapies

Therapy can help deal with long-term stress and the problems that can result, but people also need methods for releasing stress daily. At Everlast, we offer several complementary therapies to help you learn to manage daily life in recovery, including mindfulness, art therapy, and yoga. 

When you practice mindfulness, you practice awareness of the world around you and your thoughts without attaching judgment or emotions to them. Mindfulness offers many benefits, including reduced levels of stress and anxiety. It

can be practiced anywhere at any time to calm yourself when stressed, making it an excellent tool for people in early recovery. 

Art is a wonderful tool for self-expression, but many people have never tried it. Art therapy helps our clients express their feelings without words and serves as a healthy outlet for complex thoughts. 

Yoga and other physical activities benefit everyone, not just people with substance abuse disorders. Yoga’s calming and focusing effects help people under copious amounts of stress relax their bodies and minds while they stretch aching muscles.

Other Skills

At Everlast Recovery Centers, we ensure that all of your needs are met. Some of our clients have problems in their lives and need help learning specific solutions. At Everlast, we offer different therapies and curriculum for those who need assistance in other areas of their lives as well, helping you become the best version of yourself. 

Many people with substance abuse disorders have put drugs and alcohol ahead of lifestyle choices. At Everlast, we make it a priority to talk about nutrition with everyone in our program. Healthy eating habits can boost your overall well-being and make the recovery process smoother.

For those whose substance abuse or other issues have disrupted their family lives or custody of their children, parenting classes offer hope of a better future. At Everlast, we have helped many people reunite and build better relationships with their families. Through these relationships, the recovery process is enhanced.