Achieve Lasting Sobriety Through Community
Build Your Sober Support System
We believe a strong group of friends and family is essential to your recovery – no one goes through this alone. By building a network of accountability and mutual trust, you’ll never feel alone in your sobriety. Forming a community in recovery cushions you against external pressures and reminds you that others are going through the same difficult journey that you’ve undertaken. As you connect and reconnect with your support system, you’ll build responsibility and a feeling of belonging that will serve you long after your departure from inpatient treatment.
Does Group Therapy Work?
The Importance of Support in Recovery
The American Psychological Association lists several benefits of group therapy. This method of treatment provides perspective for your own problems, illustrates diversity in background and experiences, and helps improve your confidence in group situations.
“Groups can act as a support network and sounding board. Other members of the group often help you come up with specific ideas for improving a difficult situation or life challenge, and hold you accountable along the way.”
Outings, Experiential Therapy, and 12 Step Meetings
Beyond typical meetings, our group sessions include recreational outings to scenic locations and local sites. Hiking in the Hollywood Hills builds community with fellow group members and allows our clients to encounter potential real-world triggers with clinical support. We also focus on experiential therapy, which sharpens your awareness in order to identify and cope with different potential triggers, teaching clients to live life on life’s terms. Concise Recovery Center has standard 12 Step support groups, so that you can get into the habit of attending communal meetings after your inpatient treatment has concluded. Beginning these meetings while in treatment helps you find out how many are available near your home, and plugs you into your new sober community.