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- OWI assessments and communication with the Department of Transportation Substance use assessments and evaluations and if needed communication with legal entities or Department of Human services or employment sources etc
- Individual sessions-focuses on treatment plan goals and action steps in order to meet the long term goal they have set for themselves while living a chemical free lifestyle.
- Couple therapy -focuses on interpersonal understanding on how to accept one’s disappointments and learning to celebrate through coping skills and re-investing in each other and engaging in a private sober relationship.
- Family therapy -focusing in on family dynamics and allowing family members to be investing in a therapeutic environment to address painful or emotional challenges that come with life changes from a :member of family using mood altering substances to a family member not using mood altering substances .”
Focuses on the world that women find themselves in. Specifically dealing with relapse prevention and stressors/triggers in relationships and/or parenting, while also finding support through a therapeutic environment.
Men's reasoning skills
Men's reasoning skills
Focuses on relapse prevention as well as criminal thinking and criminal behavior. Including interpersonal relationships, such as couples, parenting, and work stressors/triggers.
Focuses on a group setting with teens who are able to express themselves with peers in a confidential setting. Discussion on intentional decision making and motivational interviewing modalities help to assist in finding ways of expression of self. While also working to decrease negative drama or stresses in their lives.
Focuses on modalities in learning ways to decrease anger through relapse prevention and anger meter. 10 different methods of de-escalating anger are used to help find ways of expressing appropriate anger or emotional regulation through coping skills.
Focuses on education and therapeutic interventions on specific drugs and alcohol to help understand their origin of use and what is after sobriety. Learning to cope in society and in relationships while not self medicating with a mood altering substance.
Focuses in on family dynamics and allowing family members to be investing in a therapeutic environment. This is used to address painful or emotional challenges that come with life changes from a member of family using mood altering substances, to a family member not using mood altering substances.
Focuses on interpersonal understanding on how to accept one’s disappointments, learning to celebrate through coping skills, and re-investing in each other while engaging in a private sober relationship.
Focuses on treatment plan goals and action steps in order to meet the long term goal they have set for themselves while living a chemical free lifestyle.