What’s the Difference Between an Outpatient and Inpatient Drug Rehab Program?

Addiction treatment centers often divide up their programs by levels of care, ranging from more clinically-intensive inpatient drug rehab programs to more independent outpatient drug rehab programs. A drug rehab center’s continuum of care may include inpatient drug rehab programs, such as medical detox in a hospital environment or 24-hour care in a medically-supervised residential…

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Equine Therapy in Nashville

Equine Therapy in Nashville, allows clients to participate in “feet on the ground” interactions with horses. Assisted by both our two legged and four legged therapists; clients are able to learn and identify self-confidence, relationship dynamics and patterns, problem-solving, and teamwork through a variety of experiential exercises. The goal of equine therapy is to help patients develop…

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Adventure & Experiential Therapy

From kayaking excursions down the Piney River, to our low ropes courses; we utilize these approaches to continually strengthen the mind-body connection. We have seen clients have moments of self-discovery they could only have by “doing.” What is Adventure & Experiential Therapy? Rather than a more traditional “talk therapy” Adventure and Experiential Therapy involves movements,…

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Motivational Interviewing in Nashville

Our clinicians use motivational interviewing for addiction treatment in an effort to help clients find motivation and move in a positive direction by setting and accomplishing goals, instead of getting stuck and disabled by their indecision. What is Motivational Interviewing in Nashville? Motivational interviewing is a counseling method that helps people resolve uncertain feelings, thoughts, and insecurities to…

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapy in Nashville

What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy in Nashville? Our Dialectical Behavioral Therapy in Nashville (DBT) is a cognitive behavioral treatment where clients learn new skills that help them observe their emotions in stressful moments, instead of reacting to them. The skills focus on the areas of mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness. This approach…

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