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Overcoming drug addiction is extremely difficult. But, as challenging as it is to overcome drug addiction and get sober, it’s arguably even more difficult to maintain that sobriety. One thing you can do to try to ensure that you overcome your drug addiction and are able to maintain your sobriety is to attend professional addiction treatment at a rehab facility.

Addiction treatment programs consist of different forms of addiction therapy. These addiction therapies can help people realize their triggers for addiction and how to properly cope with them. The most common form of addiction therapy is individual therapy.

What is Individual Therapy?

Individual therapy is a form of therapy in which a person talks one-on-one with a therapist. This type of counseling is beneficial because it allows people to focus solely on their own addiction issues. Thus, people in individual therapy for addiction get the opportunity to dive deep into their own psyches and improve their level of self-awareness.

Furthermore, people in individual therapy can feel comfortable discussing even the most personal details of their struggles with addiction. This is because the only people that will hear are the therapists who have vowed to make all information disclosed to them confidential.

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Individual therapy is a form of therapy in which a person talks one-on-one with a therapist. This type of counseling is beneficial because it allows people to focus solely on their own addiction issues. Thus, people in individual therapy for addiction get the opportunity to dive deep into their own psyches and improve their level of self-awareness.

Furthermore, people in individual therapy can feel comfortable discussing even the most personal details of their struggles with addiction. This is because the only people that will hear are the therapists who have vowed to make all information disclosed to them confidential.

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Common Types of Individual Therapy for Addiction Treatment

Various types of addiction therapies can be used in the individual therapy format to help treat substance addiction. Some of the most common types of individual therapy for addiction treatment include cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that works on changing people’s negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors into positive ones. By doing so, individuals can find healthy ways of coping with their negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors instead of turning to substance use. CBT is arguably the most popular type of therapy that is used during addiction treatment.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is a type of therapy that helps people accept their thoughts and emotions so that they no longer have the power to change their behaviors into negative ones. Through dialectical behavior therapy, the initial negative thoughts and emotions that people feel when encountering addiction triggers won’t have the power to cause them to exhibit the negative behavior of abusing substances.

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We are based in the state of California, but we serve clients domestically and internationally. If you need help staying sober after recovery, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today.

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Receive Individual Therapy at A Life After Recovery

We here at A Life After Recovery understand the value of addiction therapy. So, we employ only the best addiction therapists to help our clients overcome addiction. Whether a person is receiving individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy, or some other form of addiction therapy with us, they can rest assured that they are in good hands.

To learn more about A Life After Recovery and the different addiction therapies that we offer, contact us today! Our staff is more than willing to answer any questions that you may have.

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