Here at SV Recovery, we are well aware of the different tools that are necessary to help patients recover from addiction. Rehabilitation is, after all, a very delicate process that needs to address each incoming patient’s circumstances and baggage so that it can be properly treated during treatment. Taking this into account, different approaches will be necessary for different people. One of these methods will be multidimensional family therapy, which is a particularly useful method when it comes to approaching addiction in young people.
What Is Multidimensional Family Therapy?
Multidimensional family therapy is an integrated and comprehensive family-centered form of therapy that aims to address youth problems and disorders. This focuses on key aspects of the teenager’s life, providing them with understanding and effective treatment. Substance abuse will always bring with it emotional and physical problems, but these can often be more intense when we’re talking about young people who are still developing. Academic life, family problems, and other youth issues can make it all the more difficult to deal with. By engaging with the young client with a specific understanding of their situation and their position in their family, the treatment can better address their needs without condescendance or dismissiveness. This is what multidimensional family therapy aims to do in the context of addiction treatment.
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 multidimensional family 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 (800) 627-7077 and we’ll get you started.