When a person struggles with substance use, seeking help can feel overwhelming and impossible. However, with the proper support, our addiction treatment programs can help people in the South Florida area overcome their condition and move into a better and brighter future. Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health is a clinician-owned-and-operated treatment center, which utilizes a range of evidence-based treatment options to provide long-term recovery for our patients. Many of our patients can benefit from our cognitive-behavioral therapy program, or CBT which allows them to grow and thrive.

When a patient comes to Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health, we strive to tailor the treatment options to the individual’s challenges. We utilize a range of treatment options, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, to provide healing for our patients. We provide this treatment and many others to ensure they have the tools they need to overcome substance abuse. Please call 516.414.2607 to learn more about the treatment options available.

What Is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a common method of psychotherapy. This treatment addresses a wide variety of mental health concerns, including substance abuse. Our cognitive-behavioral therapy program helps each patient understand their condition and create paths for recovery.
Experts in substance abuse and mental health treatment have said that CBT is a valuable form of treatment as it quickly leads to recovery. It helps patients identify, evaluate, and seek support for overcoming stressful behaviors and thoughts, which results in distressing events. For example, cognitive-behavioral therapy can help patients work through problems, such as:

  • Family difficulties
  • Medical problems
  • Job loss
  • Relationship problems

However, within the world of substance abuse treatment, cognitive-behavioral therapy also helps the patient understand the link between harmful thoughts and actions resulting from these thoughts. Recognizing and breaking the connection between the thought and the following behavior allows the patient to create a healthier pattern of behavior. As a result, they can lead full lives in recovery.

What Does Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Include?

One of the initial components of our CBT program is a complete analysis of the actions that led to the individual’s substance use. This assessment allows the clinician and client to take a look at the individual’s past and find alternatives to the unhealthy behaviors.
Once the individual has identified what thoughts, emotions, and behaviors have led to substance abuse, we’ll help them develop healthier habits. These practices can lessen the desire to turn to substances in the future. For example, we often recognize that people turn to drugs or alcohol for relief from stress. Through cognitive-behavioral therapy, we assist in providing stress management techniques and relaxation. It also allows them to have tools to rely on when they leave our treatment center.

CBT also allows patients to understand the long-term consequences of substance abuse. In addition, this treatment assists patients in learning how to monitor their state of mind. Doing so can also help them prevent relapse and allow them to dodge high-risk situations, which could lead to drug and alcohol abuse.

Reach Out to Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health Today

At Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health, our goal is to help our patients heal from their substance use disorder. We often use cognitive-behavioral therapy to provide healing for the people we treat. However, we recognize that no one treatment can address everyone’s addiction. Therefore, if we determine that cognitive-behavioral therapy isn’t the proper treatment for a patient’s needs, we will find another treatment option that is.

We use cognitive-behavioral therapy in a variety of our treatment programs, such as:

Please contact Remedy Therapy Behavioral Health today at 516.414.2607, or contact us online for more information about the treatment options available or the efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy.