Oasis River Recovery uses person-centered therapy in addiction treatment to help individuals explore their identities, accept themselves, build self-esteem, and feel confident they can get through addiction recovery.
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As one of the leading humanistic types of therapy, the person-centered approach to substance abuse treatment believes people have the ability and desire to grow, change, and heal themselves once they feel like they’re in a secure space.
Initially known as non-directive or Rogerian therapy, person-centered therapy was developed by psychologist Carl Rogers in 1956. Unlike traditional psychotherapy at the time, which assumed individuals were inherently flawed and needed treatment, the person-centered approach embraces a non-judgmental, supportive approach.
This technique involves a therapist who listens attentively and is understanding of the client's unique experiences. Rather than dominating the conversation, the therapist's role is more of a facilitator, guiding the individual in self-discovery without interruption. During the therapeutic process, the therapist will establish six baselines.
Oasis River Recovery strives to provide a unique recovery program unlike anything offered in the area. By incorporating evidence-based treatment, experiential therapy methods, and holistic healing modalities, we've created a program that blends into our location's natural beauty
When an addiction treatment plan uses a person-centered approach, patients will:
It’s important to note that person-centered therapy is usually the first step in most relational forms of behavioral therapy. Once the therapist builds rapport and achieves client engagement, they’ll move on to solution-focused therapy and motivational interviewing to identify strategies that work and create an action plan for discharge using the patients existing and new skills.
Person-centered therapy creates a safe and non-judgmental space where patients can overcome addiction without feeling forced into an intervention. Alcohol and drug abuse can be physically and emotionally harmful, and there may be issues in the past that you don't want to discuss. Person-centered treatment helps you securely express those feelings on your own terms and understand why you want to quit using substances.
Though addiction recovery is not always a simple process, you'll leave therapy feeling like you've healed and made progress yourself. Person-centered therapy, and other talk therapies, can help you manage your emotions, build self-esteem, and learn effective communication skills so you can set boundaries and avoid relapsing.
If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction, reach out to Oasis River Recovery. Our team of professionals can use person-centered therapy in your treatment plan to help you overcome drug use and explore your desire to grow, change, and become a better version of yourself. Ask us about our other treatment programs, like adventure therapy and trauma-informed yoga.
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