According to the NIAAA, there are 15.1 million adults in the US who have Alcohol Use Disorder. However, it’s not only adults that are affected by the illness. There is also a generation of underage children suffering from chemical dependency. Both groups are using alcohol as a way to shut off the world and escape for a period of time.
When alcohol becomes dangerous to your health and those around you, it’s a good idea to seek professional help. And this is where MidValley Healthcare comes in. The process might seem daunting, but don’t worry – we’re here to give you the helping hand that you need. Offering high-quality services and resources, you will leave our clinic feeling empowered and that you are on the right path to a happier, healthier life.
What Can I Expect From Alcohol Addiction Therapy?
At MidValley, we aim at helping those with alcoholism so that they are on a path towards sobriety. No matter what stage of life you are in, our therapy is designed to give you the guidance that you need to progress.
We understand that recovery is a gradual process and that alcohol abuse won’t change overnight. The first step to recovery addresses denial – but even after you have admitted to having a problem with drinking, it can be hard to make the next step and to ask for medical help.
Care and Support
Giving you the guidance and support that you need, our team of trained and licensed professionals will work closely with you. Creating a treatment plan that’s bespoke for you, it’s designed to help with your addiction recovery. During your treatment, you will be able to live your daily life, whilst getting the care that you need.
Through individual psychotherapy at our clinic and our treatment focus, we will help you to rework past traumas, identify and manage the symptoms and guide you on how to set healthy boundaries for yourself and those around you. Reducing the negative impact on your life, individual psychotherapy can be invaluable for those whose goal is to be sober.
Alternatively, we also offer group and family psychotherapy. We know that addiction affects your loved ones – so we frequently hold family groups in which we can discuss the addiction and the path to recovery.
When creating your treatment plan, we will work with you to set realistic goals and outcomes. By gradually cutting down, and keeping a diary of your drinking each day, it will help you to reach your goals. Directing you to take control of your addiction through abstinence techniques, persuading you to talk to your family members, etc. our addiction therapy is based solely on your needs.
Contact MidValley Healthcare Today
Do you want to find out more about our addiction recovery services? Get in contact with us today either by phone on (208) 888-0884, by email at email@example.com or via our contact us page. We look forward to hearing from you.