Beach House Center for Recovery provides treatment modalities for substance abuse that address addiction holistically and compassionately. With a passionate team of medical clinicians, psychiatric providers, and addiction specialists, Beach House supports patients throughout their recovery journeys. 

Providing a world-class patient experience and successful long-term outcomes are among our top priorities as a center for clinical excellence. At Beach House, we achieve this objective by emphasizing a positive therapeutic alliance.

What is a Therapeutic Alliance?

An important part of our approach is establishing a therapeutic alliance, also known as a collaborative relationship, between the patient and the primary therapist. By creating and nurturing an effective and productive partnership, patients can better understand both the processes and objectives of each stage of treatment, which leads to superior outcomes. The therapeutic alliance is a major predictor of positive treatment outcomes—irrespective of the treatment modality.

At Beach House, we employ numerous proven therapeutic interventions in our customizable and evidence-backed continuum of care. Our patient-focused approach allows individuals in our care to participate in their recovery actively and mindfully. Our specialized therapy programs include the following:

12-Step Programming

There are daily on-site 12-Step meetings at Beach House, to help deal with the physical, spiritual, and mental challenges of recovery. After completing the initial treatment, we encourage participation and sponsorship in Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, or any other 12-Step program a patient may personally connect with. More than 400 recovery meetings are held daily within 15 miles of Beach House. Pursuing active recovery after treatment can be enormously helpful with a 12-Step model.

Bio-Bed Sound Therapy

Biosound therapy is a unique treatment approach that employs biofeedback techniques to encourage profound physical relaxation. This treatment modality helps patients regulate the psychological processes that cause physical symptoms of addiction, and is particularly beneficial for coping with anxiety and depression.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual diagnosis treatment addresses substance use disorders that overlap with other mental illnesses like anxiety, mood disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A dual-diagnosis treatment approach uses a combination of medication and behavioral therapies to help people with co-occurring disorders (comorbid disorders) manage both illnesses.

Family Program

Substance use disorders affect entire families. Family members often take on various new roles to cope and compensate for the addiction to maintain equilibrium. We can help families of patients during their loved one’s recovery through our Wellness Program. Family support empowers patients and their loved ones with the tools they need to pursue their health and wellness goals.

Gender-Specific Treatment

At Beach House, we recognize the numerous issues contributing to substance use disorder. Our customized treatment programs include care that addresses the many gender-based concerns that affect patients’ emotional well-being and relationships with substances. We offer gender-specific treatment approaches within our co-ed campus setting, allowing patients to receive compassionate care while interacting with a diverse community of peers safely and productively.

Individual Therapy

Beach House offers one-on-one counseling that helps patients address their emotional challenges with the help and guidance of an experienced, licensed clinician. Individual therapy provides a safe space where patients can identify and address the issues that trigger substance misuse and addictive behaviors.

Integrated Trauma Treatment

The integrated treatment combines integrative and clinical strategies to minimize trauma symptoms. Individual and group therapies provide a safe, supportive space for addressing past issues. Treatment modalities for substance abuse include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing (MI), and trauma resolution.

Life Skills Training

Life skills training will increase the chances of long-term addiction recovery. At Beach House, we conduct workshops and classes teaching essential skills that help patients manage their lives and livelihoods effectively once they return to independent living.

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can greatly reduce physical withdrawal symptoms, including nausea, pain, and substance cravings, when used with a comprehensive addiction care plan. MAT allows patients to engage fully in their treatment without coping with intense withdrawal discomfort that can make therapeutic participation challenging.

Relapse Prevention

When patients finish their treatment programs and return to independent living, they will need the necessary skills to navigate circumstances that might trigger a return to substance use. Beach House offers relapse prevention programs that help patients recognize and manage potentially harmful triggers, including post-addiction withdrawal syndrome (PAWS), stressful situations, or unhealthy family/relationship dynamics. Relapse prevention offers strategies, techniques, and resources that help patients successfully manage the impulse to reuse.

To discuss our specialized treatment modalities for substance abuse, please contact our helpful and compassionate admissions counselors today.