Addiction Recovery

Turning Point Psychotherapy offers addiction recovery support and treatment on an outpatient basis.

Sessions occur at regular intervals in groups or individual sessions. The specific types of therapy we use include:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Clinical Hypnotherapy
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Mindfulness
  • EMDR
  • EmWave biofeedback
  • Family Therapy

 

Depending upon where you are in your recovery, one or a combination of these modalities may be right for you and that is something we will determine together  in close collaboration for a treatment approach that is tailor made just for you.

We may need to focus your learning to think relativistically about things, not to think in black and white.

We may seek to reveal and alter the unconscious emotional positions that make using a coherent thing to do.

We may use family therapy is to shift the dynamics that may be contributing drug-seeking behavior and to improve the family dynamics that support your ability to avoid triggers.

These are just a few of the many common treatment objectives a diverse set of therapeutic resources can address. If you or someone you love is looking for addiction recovery, please don’t wait another minute. I’d like to help.

Pay for a Service

  • Consultations

    If you are paying for individuals, family or group sessions, there are several discounted options.


  • Group Consultations

    The first six months of group work are billed in monthly installments and group members agree to participate for a minium of four weeks at a time.
  • After the first six months of group therapy, you may decide to continue with the group, at which point a 12 month commitment is required to keep your spot in the group. Deferred installments are available. You may pay for group in four installments within 12 months, or you may pay in full up front for a discount.



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