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PHP participants will start the day with mindful meditation, followed by goal setting to ensure all participants are focused, calm and centered. PHP participants will take part in at least 1 hour of weekly psychotherapy with a therapist in order to address the following: triggers for use, family dynamics that may or may not contribute to maladaptive pattern of substance use, setting boundaries that lead to long term recovery and healthy relationships going forward, and how to manage emotional dysregulation. The individual therapist will aid the participant in the development of distress tolerance skills to use in place of mind and mood-altering substances while helping the client to connect to powerlessness and unmanageability of disease.

PHP participants will also attend various process groups throughout the week where they will be able to participate and share what they are struggling with while in treatment. They will receive supportive feedback peers in conjunction with the guidance and facilitation of a Clinician. One time per week, participants attend a gender specific process group where participants can share and connect with same gender peers. Information presented addresses; the identification of triggers, behavioral and thinking errors, introduction and development of skills to remain sober, relapse prevention planning, encourages increases in self-awareness, presents basic skills in managing emotions and thought processes, basic communication skills, and encourages beginning spirituality. Mental and emotional health issues are fully integrated into group exercises and discussions.

Family Therapy

Family therapy is offered as clinically appropriate and will address the effect of the disease of addiction on the family unit as a whole, as well as educate family members on ways to assist a loved one battling the disease.

Physical Therapy & Exercise

Residential participants will benefit from the expertise of an onsite physical therapists who will provide both individual and group sessions to address health, fitness and pain management. Exercise programs are designed to meet participants where they are at and include, but not limited to, High Intensity Interval Training, Yoga and water aerobics.