Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, is an opportunity to learn about yourself by identifying and managing your diagnosis, mood, feelings, thoughts and behaviors. You will work with the therapist to develop a plan to work on issues through a variety of treatment approaches including but not limited to; cognitive behavior therapy and mindfulness. These approaches can be done through individual sessions and/or group sessions.
AODA assessment: A certified counselor will perform a diagnostic, biological, psychological, and social interview then examine the psychological and physical effects of alcohol and/or drugs on the individual, family and society. If necessary and appropriate, the counselor will make recommendations for further treatment which might include individual and/or group sessions.