Family therapy can be very helpful for people with addiction. It can help them decide to enter or stay in treatment. It can reduce their risk of dropping out of treatment. It also can reduce their continued use of alcohol or drugs, discourage relapse, and promote long-term recovery.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Anxiety treatment can help those recovering from addiction to find healthier outlets for their pain. Everyone experiences stress and anxiety at times, but for 19.1% of American adults, the feelings are overwhelming and not able to be managed by regular coping methods, resulting in anxiety disorders. These individuals are often unable to receive the help
Telemedicine, the practice that allows patients to connect with practitioners for online therapy, virtual follow-up appointments, and immediate live advice from a specialist, has long enjoyed a slow but steady rise in availability for Connecticut residents, but the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic has led to a necessary expansion that has made its benefits accessible to anyone.
Contact us today to learn more about how cognitive behavioral therapy administered by professionals can help you or your loved one overcome addiction and get a new lease on life.