Collective Healing & Individual Growth with Group Therapy
Intensive Group Psychotherapy
Avery Lane offers the opportunity for women to see the progression of abuse and dependence in themselves and in others. Our Intensive Group Psychotherapy also allows our participants to experience their success and the success of other group members in an atmosphere of support and hopefulness. In this therapeutic environment, we address issues such as the installation of hope, the universality experienced by group members as they see themselves in others, the opportunity to develop insight through relationships, and various other concerns specific to the support of substance-abusing participants and their recovery. From these perspectives, our group psychotherapy offers potent opportunities to maximize the efficacy of treatment.
Group Therapy in Action
Our Process-Sensitive approach to group therapy finds its direction in the traditions of psychological theory and has a significant range of expression. Through our interactional group process, we provide individuals with important information about how their behavior affects others. Our group facilitators focus energy on the relationships within the group. Attention is focused on the nature and growth of shared sober relationships manifested in the “here and now” as the group occurs.
Our second approach is referred to as a “Directive Approach.” We offer structured goals and therapist-directed interventions to enable change in ways consistent with ways that others have used to achieve long-term sobriety. We address significant issues of concern for participants to facilitate self-discovery and growth through appropriately sequential activities. We integrate cognitive-behavioral interventions and the participants’ growing awareness of their ability to control their belief systems and self-talk and thus control their emotional states. Participants are asked to share treatment experiences with the group for exploration and examination. Our intention is that participants who perceive their emotional world as controllable will no longer need to use substances to exert “external” control.
Benefits of Intensive Group Psychotherapy in Recovery
Participating in our Intensive Group Psychotherapy program offers several key advantages:
- Shared Experiences: Allows individuals to share their struggles and successes, creating a sense of commonality and understanding.
- Diverse Perspectives: Offers a range of viewpoints and coping strategies, enriching the therapeutic experience while increasing the capacity to recognize, anticipate, and cope with situations that may precipitate addictive behavior.
- Peer Support: Provides a network of support from peers who truly understand the challenges of addiction. It helps to reduce denial, process ambivalence, and facilitate acceptance of their addicted identity.
- Enhanced Communication Skills: Develops interpersonal skills through group interactions and feedback.
- Collective Strength: Increase motivation for sobriety and other changes by harnessing the collective strength and encouragement of the group.
Integrating Group Therapy into Your Path to Recovery
We consider Intensive Group Psychotherapy an essential component of our comprehensive addiction treatment approach. By engaging in this program, clients gain the insights and skills necessary for recovery and the invaluable experience of healing within a community.
Discover the Strength of Shared Healing
Intensive Group Psychotherapy offers a powerful and supportive community for individuals on the path to recovery. In our sessions, you’ll find a safe space to share, heal, and grow alongside others who understand your journey intimately. Through group therapy, you’ll gain valuable insights, develop coping skills, and build meaningful connections that can be instrumental in maintaining lasting sobriety. If you’re ready to experience the transformative benefits of Intensive Group Psychotherapy in your recovery, don’t hesitate to call us today at (800) 270-2406.
Employing Proven Evidence-Based Therapies
At Avery Lane, the Evidenced-Based Modalities we use include but aren’t limited to:
Providing tools and strategies for emotional well-being and recovery.
A therapeutic technique targeting trauma and emotions.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Goal-oriented therapeutic approach to change thought patterns.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Cognitive and behavioral therapy to regulate emotions.
Intensive Group Psychotherapy
Sharing experiences in a supportive community.
Intensive Individual Psychotherapy
One-on-one sessions to develop coping strategies.
Empowering knowledge about physical and psychological health.
Coping with trauma, addiction, and co-occurring mental health.
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