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The goal of individual counseling is to identify what the current stressors are. In some cases, the behavior is the result of depression, anxiety or other diagnoses.
Ongoing support for parents is pivotal in our approach. Parents will often need to discover new, effective ways to relate to their children.
When ReVISION works with families, the goal is to create harmony and healthy communication between the members.
There is a saying that is well known among those who have been involved in substance abuse recovery efforts for some time…“you never get sober alone.”
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DUAL DIAGNOSIS - Simply put, substance abuse is normally the result of multiple underlying problems. Dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders are common among people in recovery. Each individual’s issues are different and they respond differently to traditional drug treatment. Substance abuse often arises from social anxieties, distorted self-perceptions and intensified emotional reactions.
Our approach is unique and specialized to each teen and their family’s needs. We found that involving the family is critical as the teen will often be living with at least one parent and be subject to the parent’s controls, rules, and/or supports.
Family-Based Treatments address a wide array of problems in addition to the substance issue. Examples include: Family Communication and Conflict, Other Co-Occurring Behavior, Anxiety and Depression, Learning Disorders and Peer Networks.
An individual’s battle with addiction and disorders is a burden that need not be undertaken alone. Our dual diagnosis programs are uniquely tailored to address the specific needs of each individual. Our goal is to empower and heal so that the client can once again find happiness.
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"Research shows Family-Based Treatments are highly efficacious; some studies even suggest they are superior to other individual and group treatment approaches"
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Hogue, A.; and Liddle, H.A. Family-based treatment for adolescent substance abuse: controlled trials and new horizons in services research. Journal of Family Therapy31(2):126–154, 2009.
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