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When seeking an addiction therapy, psychotherapy is an effective approach. With 

psychotherapy for addiction recovery, people receive the highest standard of addiction care and can begin to address the root cause of their substance use disorders.

At Woodland Recovery Center, we provide psychotherapy programs in Mississippi for people who are ready to overcome addiction and embrace recovery. If you’re interested in more information about psychotherapy for addiction recovery in Mississippi, reach out to our team today by calling 662.222.2989 or filling out our online contact form. 

Psychotherapy for Addiction Recovery 

Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, has helped millions of people to recover from substance use. The simple but effective concept of psychotherapy is that talking about your struggles, emotions, and behaviors with a trained therapist can offer significant insight and relief. This phenomenon is known as catharsis, and it can help you understand and overcome your addictions.

Therapeutic Approaches

There are several different kinds of psychotherapy approaches and each of which uses a different approach to help people overcome their substance use. The most common forms of psychotherapy are:

At Woodland Recovery Center, we’ve incorporated the most rigorous and evidence-based of these into our psychotherapy programs in Mississippi. Those in recovery benefit from finding an approach that works best for their specific needs with our skilled treatment providers.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-behavioral therapy is perhaps the most common therapy of the century when it comes to recovery. CBT is a therapeutic approach that believes that individuals can exert some power over their thoughts and change their behaviors as a result. 

This is typically accomplished through:

  • Identification of problematic thoughts and behaviors – A trained cognitive-behavioral therapist can help you identify recurring thoughts and behaviors that contribute to your addictive patterns, leading you toward symptom relief.
  • Increasing awareness of your thoughts – After identifying the problem, you can learn that your thoughts and beliefs about these problems can contribute to your actions. Increasing awareness helps you to learn how to respond to intrusive thoughts.
  • Identify inaccurate beliefs – Many times, the beliefs you hold about your problems are mistaken. If you can identify your thoughts as inaccurate, you can work with your therapist to correct them.
  • Reframing – Reframing is a conscious act of challenging your thoughts and behaviors that you have determined to be inaccurate. Reframing is a powerful tool to change behaviors and train yourself to avoid self-defeating attitudes and beliefs.

CBT has proven to be an effective psychotherapy for substance abuse treatment. People in recovery can expect significant relief from the symptoms of addiction and may also see improvement in depression or anxiety symptoms.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Dialectical behavior therapy is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that incorporates several additional components. DBT incorporates concepts like acceptance, mindfulness, and distress tolerance into the CBT model. 

It was initially developed as a treatment for people with borderline personality disorder, which is a disorder that previously had no effective treatment options. Dialectical behavior therapy has proven itself to be helpful in addressing multiple mental health disorders. It is also an effective model of psychotherapy for substance abuse treatment. People dealing with depression, personality disorders, or addiction can find the support and healing they need with DBT.

12-Step Programs

In the context of a 12-step program, psychotherapy is designed to aid people who are new to recovery in understanding and working through the steps. 12-step groups have been helping people to recover from addiction for nearly a hundred years. Groups meet around the globe every year to help people achieve lasting recovery. In 12-step psychotherapy programs, people can learn the principles behind the 12 steps and receive support in their recovery work outside of treatment.

Call Woodland Recovery Center and Explore Our Psychotherapy Programs in Mississippi

When you are ready to start your journey toward recovery, contact Woodland Recovery Center at 662.222.2989 or online. Our premier treatment facilities use evidence-based, holistic programs to help people achieve the best possible outcomes. Reach out to our team today to find out more about our psychotherapy for substance abuse treatment in Mississippi.