Addiction recovery is not just about drugs, alcohol, pornography, gambling but even food in the guise of comfort eating. This treatment is meant to help people with their emotional issues, which can range in order of their severity or intensity. The main aim of this form of therapy is to change the quality of life by defining the path of life clearly, and bringing in more clarity. Whether it is the problem of repressed childhood that you are facing, or an emotional breakdown due to divorce, failure or loss of a loved one, we can help you revive your mental health through systematic talking therapy.
There are many emotional issues that find a corner in our heart, and refuse to die down that turns to unhelpful move to addiction. With time, these issues can transform into a sort of emotional tumour that impacts negatively on our daily life, such as lack of concentration, enthusiasm, self respect, will to change, encouragement, and so on. These issues can spiral into our lives in various ways and gets channelled into other zones, which can create problems in the relationships, professional life, and health. We address the root cause of the problem after carefully listening the client.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
Benefits of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) It’s common for individuals struggling with substance use disorder to have destructive, negative thinking. … As a research-based treatment modality, CBT is an effective treatment for substance abuse, eating disorders, and specific mental health diagnoses.
As part of an individualized treatment plan, we use CBT with clients as a way to help them identify self-defeating thoughts and behaviors which may often drive addiction.
Benefits of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
It’s common for individuals struggling with substance use disorder to have destructive, negative thinking. Not recognising these thought patterns are harmful, they seek treatment for depression or other external influences. Since cognition affects our wellbeing, changing harmful thought patterns is essential. CBT addresses harmful thought patterns, which help clients recognise their ability to practice alternative ways of thinking, and regulates distressing emotions and harmful behaviour.