Individual therapy has many benefits, especially for those dealing with addiction or substance use disorder. Therapy helps support recovery and may be used alongside medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for best results. In therapy, you will learn how to manage your relationships, regulate your emotions, resolve inner conflicts, and practice mindfulness to live a healthy and balanced life.
At Fusion Recovery, our licensed therapists are problem-focused and goal-oriented as they help you understand your mental health, co-occurring disorders, and the addiction itself. We provide both individual and group therapy in a supportive environment for you to heal your inner wounds and start focusing on recovery. Our therapy sessions use proven, evidence-based methods that help you learn to accept yourself and your experiences. Find help at Fusion Recovery.
Types of individual therapy sessions at Fusion.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive-behavioral therapy, or CBT, is an effective form of talk therapy that treats addiction and its underlying causes. We use CBT to empower clients to change their ways of thinking which in turn changes how they feel and handle life. CBT gets clients thinking and finding connections between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. You will learn to recognize your self-defeating thoughts and strong emotions that often lead to addiction. When you learn the why behind your behaviors and learn to cope with your emotions, you are more likely to overcome addiction and achieve sustained recovery.
Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Dialectal behavioral therapy, or DBT, is a form of CBT. While CBT is used to help change negative thinking, DBT is a more intensive therapy that addresses self-destructive behaviors such as addiction. DBT helps shift negative beliefs and thoughts about oneself. DBT therapy is often used in substance abuse treatment programs to learn how to accept your thoughts, feelings, and experiences without judgment. In your sessions, you will learn to identify, verbalize, and understand your emotions. You will learn skills that help you practice mindfulness and resolve conflict. DBT helps you regulate emotions, balance priorities, accept difficult situations and practice mindfulness. The goal of DBT is to help you understand and avoid risky behaviors like substance use.
Benefits of therapy for addiction.
Our mission is to ensure that everyone receives the best possible quality of care- regardless of status- and to provide dedicated support to those struggling with addiction. Our commitment is to long-term healing, and we empower each client who walks through our doors with compassion and understanding. We offer a full continuum of care to our clients and help treat the factors that lead to addiction. Our licensed therapists are here to help you during your recovery journey.