Our distinctive approach revolves around working to heal the person as a whole, not just the symptoms of addiction. We describe this method with the word “holistic,” which refers to the understanding that we are a whole made up of many interconnected parts. Drug and alcohol abuse are closely related to a host of health concerns, both mental and physical -- each of these parts must be healed before the whole can be well. At Tree House Recovery, we aim to treat the mind, body and spirit to give you the opportunity for complete and lasting recovery.
Many traditional approaches to recovery focus on the physical. Detox, managing withdrawal symptoms and limiting access to harmful substances are common tactics. And, while these are certainly indispensable elements of the recovery process, the modern understanding of best treatment practices also includes treatment for addiction’s mental toll. Sometimes, addiction stems from something much deeper within -- personal strife such as grief, trauma, depression or lack of self-worth. In other cases, addition brings on these difficulties as drugs or alcohol take control in the brain. It’s vital to heal this part of each person because resisting the pull of addiction takes mental fortitude and a firm belief in one’s own ability to thrive while sober. Our combination of mental health counseling and body-based therapies can help you find the physical and mental strength to say no to addiction every day.