Addiction is a very pervasive issue, which usually means that it manifests by spreading across different aspects of a person’s life. Because of this, treating addiction can be complicated. After all, the issue can become too big to tackle, affecting a person’s life in very unpredictable ways. With this in mind, it will be important for rehabilitation programs to be equipped with a variety of different tools to adapt their program to different patients’ needs and situations. One of these will be dialectical behavioral therapy.
What Is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy?
The evidence-based psychotherapy approach known as dialectical behavioral therapy is a very common way to treat behavioral patterns such as substance abuse. Throughout this process, the client and the therapist work with acceptance and change-oriented strategies. These are then balanced and synthesized in order to create an adequate path to recovery for the patient. This is what the dialectical component consists of: the balance between what the person can change and what they have to learn to accept. Incorporating cognitive-behavioral techniques for emotion regulation and reality-testing will come into play when it comes to assessing the patient’s situation. Through this process, a person suffering from addiction can better understand the circumstances that got them there, as well as the ways in which they can deal with them without having to continue using.
SV Recovery Rehabilitation
Here at SV Recovery, we are always hard at work at developing the best possible rehabilitation program that we can offer. This means incorporating dialectical behavioral therapy, as well as different treatment methods, in order to create a treatment plan that addresses each patient’s specific needs and circumstances. We are well aware that each case is different, which is why we are always making sure we have the right tools to adapt the treatment accordingly. For more information about how we can help you, you can give us a call at (855) 941-2002 and we’ll get you started.