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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.
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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 rehab in Los Angeles 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.
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How Does Group Therapy for Addiction Help With Sobriety?
A positive group setting can be the support system you need to overcome your addiction. Recovery is an individual process, and throughout your experience with our program, you are conditioned to become more in-tune with your own thoughts and feelings. But while the individuality cannot be neglected, there is significant power in being in a group of other people who may be encountering similar circumstances to yours. Group therapy inserts you in an environment where individuals are actively trying to better themselves. This can be a stark contrast to your life pre-treatment, where you may have been surrounded by people who were negative influences. By conversing with like-minded people, you can get a psychological boost in knowing that you are not alone on your journey.
What is the Purpose of Going to Meetings?
Group therapy gives you a voice. There is no telling when you may face anger, sadness, or stress because of circumstances that are outside of your control. By being able to articulate these feelings in a constructive way, you have an outlet that will help you maintain your sobriety. Many of our clients have considered group meetings to be an indispensable piece of their recovery process.
Group therapy allows you to pull from the community of other individuals in our program, and it shows you first-hand that your battle with addiction doesn’t need to be faced alone. In these group meetings, you’ll have the opportunity to present your story, hear the experiences of others, and get additional support to manage co-occurring conditions and traumas.
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Support Groups That Concise Offers
Concise Recovery uses the 12-step framework for its group therapy sessions. 12-Step programs teach people how to address their addiction with honesty. Within the first few weeks of the program, participating members can ask for a “sponsor” to act as a mentor and personal advocate. A sponsor is officially recognized by the group as an individual that has successfully completed the program and is capable of providing leadership and accountability training to new members. The strength of the 12-step meeting is the sharing of experiences. This is designed to give you hope, give you new ways to cope positively, and help you approach your past behaviors with authentic accountability.
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Our board-certified addiction psychiatrist combine psychological therapies with the latest medical advancements to provide each client with compassionate, effective treatment.
There are a variety of non-narcotic, non-addictive, anti-craving medications like Naloxone and Vivitrol that we utilize in our program that help rebalance your brain and make it hard to feel the effects of drugs & alcohol.
Our clinical therapists and counselors work with clients in small group settings to share their experience and assist clients in confronting their addiction head on.
One-on-one therapy is a vital part of the treatment process. This is where clients can connect with their therapists and work one-on-one to identify triggers, map out behavioral patterns, and learn new coping skills throughout the process.
In order to combat addiction you have to learn as much about the disease as possible. Our daily psychoeducational groups cover a wide range of topics from relationships, to managing money to physical health, relapse prevention and wellness.
It is often said that addiction is a family disease. While one person is addicted, the rest are affected in numerous ways. Family therapy helps the entire family heal and recover together.
Unmanageability is a common occurrence for those struggling with drug & alcohol abuse. With our life skills education groups, we teach clients basic life skills that will assist on their journey of recovery.
It is widely agreed on by most professionals that involvement in a 12-step or recovery support group is key to long-term success in recovery. We introduce clients to local AA and NA meetings to familiarize them with the programs so they can begin to build their own foundation in recovery, while still in a safe, sober environment.
Healing the body is Dr. Edward Hayes purpose. Each week, you’ll meet with our chiropractor for adjustments to get your in the best condition.
We focus on getting
your body strong again, offering kickboxing classes every week.
Our state of the art gym is available for use at all times
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We understand that addiction can cause great damage to our physical bodies. Concise Recovery offers 24/7 access to our available on-call doctor of internal medicine for all health related issues.
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Instructor Cher helps us grow the soul with yoga practice. Yoga enhances positive thinking and meditation aimed at developing harmony in the body, mind, and environment.
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Lead by Monk Craig, we offer meditation class in order to pause, get centered and be present in the moment. Meditation promotes relaxation, reduces stress and enhances personal and spiritual growth.
Art has always been one of the best ways to connect with your emotions and express them in a healthy, non-destructive manner. In our creative therapy groups, clients find their own ways to express their feelings through art & creativity
At Concise, We Encourage Growth and Exploration
Group therapy can be transformative, but it’s undeniably important that you find the right support group for you. Between Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, SMART Recovery, Refuge Recovery, and others, we’ll direct you to the group that fits your situation best. The right group can help you overcome personal hurdles, which is why we’re dedicated to helping you explore your options.