T.R.U.E. Addiction and Behavioral Health
Evidence-based practices for addiction and mental health disorders are the heartbeat of our treatment programs.These results-driven approaches provide a framework for well-designed treatment. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has studied, reviewed, and approved these proven practices.
As a result, these studies receive scientific validation. Using these helps individuals recover from substance use disorders (SUD) and underlying mental health conditions.
TRUE Addiction and Behavioral Health believes in providing therapeutic and proven by science mental health treatments. We aim to get to the bottom of addictive reactions and mental health symptoms. This is how we help our clients achieve long-term recovery.
We utilize evidence-based treatments because they work. They’re the gold standard in effective treatment. This framework is flexible and easy to adjust to individual needs. It’s been fine-tuned through comprehensive studies and real world application to treat substance use and mental health conditions.
This approach combines science-backed studies, your clinician’s areas of specialty, and personal needs unique to you. You collaborate with your care team to construct a tailored treatment plan all your own. This builds a rock-solid foundation for long-term recovery.
What We Do
12-Step facilitation groups
encourage lasting sobriety by engaging individuals in a 12-step recovery group. The program is similar to the general format of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)meetings and other groups using 12-Step Programs.
Our clients grow in their recovery while building community with their peers. They learn to take responsibility for their actions and be a part of something bigger through the principles of a 12-Step Program.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
is an impactful and efficient talk therapy. This form of psychotherapy works to adjust negative feelings and behaviors. It is flexible, versatile, and fast-acting to tackle specific issues in your journey. Sessions target your underlying thoughts, values, and beliefs contributing to substance abuse.
You and your therapist work collaboratively to address self-defeating behaviors and other roadblocks in recovery. It pinpoints the cravings and triggers that impact you. CBT instills the skills you need to deal with daily stress in healthy ways to avoid the risk of relapse.
Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
identifies your abilities and the unhelpful thoughts and behaviors holding back your recovery. DBT empowers you to regulate upsetting emotions, manage stressors, and communicate with others better.
DBT focuses on mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and your relationships with others. This therapy is beneficial for those struggling with addiction. You improve your strengths and overcome temptations by learning new skills and strategies.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
helps our clients process and overcome traumatic experiences. EMDR is an innovative therapy based on the idea that the brain stores unresolved traumatic which causes individuals to experience distress and symptoms years after the event.
EMDR involves a structured approach that includes identifying a specific memory. Using eye movements, rhythms, or taps, your EMDR therapist activates your brain’s natural healing processes. The brain reprocesses the memory minus the distress. This produces a more neutral response to move past the memory.
brings the entire family together. Your therapist is an unbiased guide in the sessions with your loved ones. Family therapy is centered on the often complicated and complex dynamics of family. This approach helps individuals in recovery rebuild trust with their loved ones.
Family therapy benefits addiction treatment and mental health by improving communication, reducing stress, and setting healthy boundaries. This strengthens your coping skills. It also addresses underlying family dynamics that may add to these issues.
is a support-based treatment setting where therapies like CBT and DBT work seamlessly. Your therapist guides this session to always ensure it is a safe and structured environment. No one speaks over or interrupts each other in the group
This support-based setting provides the chance to learn and build connections with others. It helps you think beyond yourself. You gain new perspectives and adapt coping strategies through shared experiences. Group therapy also boosts your accountability to stay motivated through your individual journeys.
supports healing the overall well-being of an individual, not just one disorder or challenge. These wellness-tuned treatments are immersive and varied to help the different parts for the whole you. Our therapists consider the emotional, social, physical, and spiritual parts that make you who you are. We use holistic therapies, including music, art, yoga, fitness, movement, equine, and acupuncture.
provides tools and strategies for staying sober. It is an important part of aftercare for lasting sobriety. It strengthens your defense against triggers to avoid returning to destructive behaviors and thinking patterns. Your therapist assists you with identifying specific triggers and replacing them with healthy ways to cope. You focus on self-care and how to stay grounded.
Rational emotive behavioral therapy (REBT)
helps individuals understand unhelpful thoughts that can lead to negative emotions or behaviors. REBT focuses on the moment and what a person is feeling. You learn to navigate life on life’s terms easier.
Nothing else matters other than the obstacles you are currently working to address. Our therapists help you form different ways of approaching challenges, thoughts, and circumstances. We aim to help you refocus and stop sabotaging yourself with negative thought patterns.
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
is a goal-oriented approach that focuses on identifying and building on an individual’s existing resources and abilities to create positive change. These sessions are short-term, hence the reference to brief in the name. While they might be short-term, they produce a long-term impact on well-being.
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
is a collaborative, goal-focused therapy focused on change. MI therapy sessions are a non-judgemental and empowering space. MI increases your motivation to reflect on your goals and adjust certain behaviors.
Your therapist does this through a series of open-ended, guiding questions. You build trust with your therapist by exploring your perspectives, experiences, and values. You build your confidence through recalling past successes. MI reinforces your self-determination to continue making positive progress.
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
empowers action through a blend of mindfulness concepts with acceptance strategies. The idea behind ACT is to opening the mind of individuals to explore and improve their mental and emotional agility. It helps to avoid making hasty or risky choices.
Instead of wasting energy dwelling on negative past experiences, you channel your energy into the present moment. You work towards solutions for peace of mind to heal, instead of living in the past.
is a one-on-one collaborative exchange between you and your coach. This form of results-oriented support and guidance is provided to our clients. Our life coaches work with you to set practical goals and how to reach these. Therapists and counselors focus on addressing the psychological aspects of addiction and mental illness, our life coaches focus on strategies to support rebuilding your life.
is a form of peer-to-peer support. Our professional recovery coaches have ample “lived experience” in addiction and recovery. They relate to your struggles and offer hope, strength, and guidance.
Sobriety coaches provide a unique perspective to give you structure and accountability to maintain sobriety. This is especially beneficial in early recovery. Having someone on the sidelines cheering you on the path to a fulfilling recovery is why we do what we do.
We offer support
We all have our unique needs and story. Our individualized treatment plans are a core part of our programs. Each individual receives a personal roadmap for their journey to transformation This is developed from your in-depth assessment to understand and address your needs fully.
These insights from your drug use history, mental health, pre-existing conditions, and underlying disorders are all covered in this plan. We use a refined selection of the most effective evidence-based holistic options for your treatment.
All of our plans share some common elements like talk therapy, but each one is tailored to you and how to maximize your time in treatment.
Customizing your treatment plan allows us to provide the best interventions and services specifically targeted to address you. Our comprehensive approach is a collaborative one. Your voice is essential to your successful path to recovery. You are involved at each step.
Get the Help You Deserve
TRUE Addiction and Behavioral Health is committed to providing treatment suited to you. Drugs and mental health challenges do not define you. We are committed to reconnect you with the TRUE you. At TRUE, we don’t shape you to fit the treatment. We shape the treatment to serve you. We’re always ready to help those who need renewal. We will answer all of your questions and help in any way we can. Reach out to us If you’re prepared to improve your quality of life and restore your wellness.