Healing should be focused on your needs, experience, and response to treatment. You get better outcomes when you combine approaches of modern psychiatry and ancient holistic healing to combat addiction from the inside out.
Art therapy prompts the opening of various channels in the brain through artistic expression. Art therapy involves the use of paints, pastels, colored pencils, and other mediums to help you uncover and work through memories and moments you may have locked away.
Binaural sound meditation involves the use of steady tones played through headphones, with each tone at a slightly different frequency. Your brain balances the two, creating a “binaural beat” which encourages entrance into a meditative state.
BOOM Fitness combines a traditional workout routine with dance, yoga, and Pilates, creating a balanced, multi-dimensional workout. BOOM Fitness sessions generally last about 30 minutes to provide a high-impact, holistic workout in half the time of a standard exercise class.
Connecting with Nature
Get out of your head and into nature. This group therapy session takes place outdoors, away from the confines of a building, encouraging openness. Stepping out from the physical walls helps to remove the emotional walls you build up.
The earliest written records of meditation date back to at least 1500 BC. Guided meditation is used worldwide to center and realign your chakras, the starting point for any practice of staying in the present moment.
You have heard that food is fuel for your body; the quality you put into your body determines the results your body returns. Holistic nutrition plans address your body’s individual needs and provide necessary nutrients for mental and physical success.
Kundalini Yoga is an ancient practice influenced by Hinduism, Shaktism and Tantra. This branch of yoga focuses particularly on awakening the Kundalini energy, or absorbing the energy of the cosmos, through visualization, meditation, and yoga.
When was the last moment you were truly present? Inactive addiction, it’s easy to find yourself caught up in what’s happening next and forget to live in the now. Through the practice of mindfulness, you will learn to breathe and center yourself to remain in the moment.
Sound Bath Healing
Immerse yourself in the healing vibrations of sound, a practice dating back before biblical times. Sound bath healing involves the practice of meditation and relaxation, encouraged using gongs, Tibetan singing bowls, and other resonant vessels.
A dedicated case manager, who handles your treatment plan, assesses your progress, and helps set up an aftercare plan for you upon completion of the program.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is the most widely used form therapy on both an individual and a group level. It operates under the idea that if you change your thought processes, your behaviors will follow suit. CBT helps you alter unhealthy thoughts that lead to dangerous or destructive behaviors like drug addiction Read Full Guide Here SanctuaryOfTransformation.Com
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
DBT is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy, practiced in both individual and group sessions. DBT focuses on mindfulness, emotional regulation, and distress tolerance to develop interpersonal relations. It is proven to be highly effective in treating substance abuse, dependence, and addiction.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
EMDR is a form of individual psychotherapy that helps you work through and heal traumatic memories to relieve emotional responses to them. It helps foster and activate the brain’s natural healing system in places that were previously blocked.
A crucial part of successful recovery is a strong support network after treatment. We help you address and reconcile stressors in your family relationships. Your family will gain a deeper and more compassionate understanding of your personal journey. Feel the weight lift off your shoulders as you heal damaged family bonds.
Specialists work with you one-on-one to get to know the real you who may be hiding behind addiction. T They frequently check in with you in a safe and confidential space to assess your progress through treatment and to help work through any particularly difficult struggles.