Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is a therapeutic technique that helps people to discover new ways of coping by changing their thought patterns. CBT has been found to be effective in pregnant women by reducing stress, helping them cope with complicated relationships, deal with grief, and fearlessly face many other common life challenges.
CBT works on the assumption that the way we think and interpret life’s events affects how we behave and, ultimately, how we feel. Studies have shown that it is useful under many different circumstances.
CBT is a problem-specific, goal-oriented approach that to be successful, requires the client’s active involvement. It focuses on their present-day challenges, thoughts, and behaviors.
Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT)
A fast and effective solution for many of life’s challenges. It is a pragmatic approach informed by science and philosophy. RRT shifts the way the mind processes information so that improvements in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are natural and automatic.
RRT works to address and clear many of the ongoing triggers of addiction including the effects of anxiety, panic disorder, insomnia, night-terrors, grief, heartbreak, betrayal, childhood abuse, sexual violence, shame, guilt, rage, anger, jealousy, and combat or first responder PTSD. Many people that have received RRT report a sense of freedom and clarity; and often an RRT session can be completed in a single day.
Music and Art Therapy
Music and art therapy are subsets of psychotherapy that are commonly used in the treatment of drug addiction and alcoholism. These treatments have proven to be particularly effective with pregnant women. Both music and art promote personal growth and discovery for individuals who are struggling with the effects of addiction. Music and art therapy are offered as part of an individual’s personalized program at The Family Place. Our doctors have observed lasting benefits to those in recovery for drug and alcohol addiction.