At New Convictions Recovery in New Jersey, our team of professional therapists have focused on a range of alcohol counseling techniques specifically curated to aid our clients on their journey towards recovery. Our dedicated and personable staff are committed to providing both individual and family therapy interventions to help our clients navigate their recovery journey.
Techniques and Methods Utilized
We make use of various counseling methods to process different aspects of alcohol dependency issues. These techniques are individualized, depending on the client’s specific issues, history, and recovery goals.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a problem-focused approach that aims to change harmful thought patterns that influence feelings and behaviors, hence promoting positive change. In terms of alcohol addiction, CBT helps clients establish coping strategies that reduce their need for alcohol.
Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)
MET is a counseling approach dedicated to eliciting change by tapping into a client’s intrinsic motivations to adjust their behavior. This method empowers clients to take control of their recovery journey.
Family Therapy at New Convictions Recovery
We believe that recovery is a process that involves the support network surrounding the client, and therefore we incorporate family therapy sessions into our treatment plans. This approach allows interaction and communication improvement within the client’s home environment.
Systemic Family Therapy
This approach promotes understanding and empathy by viewing issues in context of the larger family system rather than isolating them to the individual. It equips families with tools to help their loved ones in recovery.
Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that considering alcohol counseling can raise several questions. Below is outlined some frequently asked questions and their respective answers.
- What goals does the counseling aim to achieve?
Our counseling techniques are designed to identify the root cause of the addiction, evoke change, and arm clients with coping mechanisms to prevent relapse.
- How long does the therapy typically last?
The duration of therapy differs for each client based on their individual needs and progress.
Our specialized counseling techniques at New Convictions Recovery have been proven effective over the years. By combining individual therapy strategies with family therapy, we provide comprehensive support to those battling with alcohol addiction. We acknowledge that recovery is not a one-size-fits-all phenomenon, and we are committed to continuing to innovate and personalize our therapy methods to serve our clients better.