Dialectical Behavioral Therapy at Sobriety Centers of New Hampshire
Sobriety Centers of New Hampshire takes a trauma-informed approach to the disease of addiction. We believe that trauma plays a major role in the addiction process. The individual addicted to drugs and alcohol suffers from some form of pain, whether it is mental, emotional, or physical. Substance abuse is a misguided attempt by the individual to relieve themselves of their pain. By treating the root cause of the addiction, it is possible for the individual to maintain their sobriety far beyond the time the physical dependence has ended due to a stay at an inpatient drug and alcohol detox program in New Hampshire. This trauma-informed approach to addiction has been able to help many drug and alcohol-dependent individuals seeking help from substance abuse at our inpatient drug and alcohol rehab program in Antrim, NH, to achieve long-term recovery. By applying various therapeutic modalities our addiction counselors deliver a highly effective individualized addiction treatment plan to each client. One of the most effective modalities our counselors employ is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT has been adapted and applied to treat various mental health conditions. One of these adaptations that are practiced by Sobriety Centers of New Hampshire’s clinical team is a modified form of CBT known as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT).