At Came to Pass, addicts and alcoholics have an opportunity to get clean and sober, to learn to live life on life’s terms, and to develop a foundation of wholeness and fitness in each area of their lives. You may want help to manage various issues that block you in your life, whether it’s anxiety, depression, trauma, or other mental health issues. As part of the program, Came to Pass offers individual and group therapy designed to follow evidence based practices, and we utilize a number of modalities, depending on your needs. Our therapeutic goal is to help you remember who you are without the need for drugs or alcohol, to help you in a comprehensive way to learn to enjoy life and be grounded in your Self.
Here are some of the therapeutic modalities we use at Came to Pass. As in any therapeutic situation,
We know there are common issues to work on But we also know that each individual is unique, with his or her own story and life experiences. We must utilize different therapeutic interventions as they relate to individual clients.
We address common recovery concerns and underlying issues, choosing appropriate modalities for specific clients.
Within this model we develop, in partnership with clients, their individualized “recipe for success.”
Interpersonal Therapy (Focuses on relationship work and self image issues)
Experiential and Expressive Art therapies (such as art, writing, music, recreation/adventure experiences)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT teaches clients to identify and change unhealthy thought patterns and stop automatic negative reactions, replacing them with more helpful thoughts, emotions, and behaviors)
Somatic/Sensorimotor modalities (Somatic Therapy recognizes how the body holds our life experiences and trauma. It integrates the whole person in healing. Sensorimotor activities use physical awareness and movement to release trauma) … Sensorimotor Psychotherapy™ is a body-centered approach that aims to treat the somatic symptoms of unresolved trauma.
Narrative Therapy (allows clients to explore their personal stories, relationships, and life experiences)
HypnoTherapy is a guided relaxed mental state that allows an experience of increased concentration and attention, allowing positive suggestibility)
Solution Focused Therapy (is goal directed, actively focused on the future and solutions)
Insight Oriented Therapy (is focused on self-awareness and motivation)
Motivational Interviewing (is a directive counseling style to elicit change behavior through the client’s exploration of ambivalence to change)
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT uses mindfulness and commitment to personal values based living, while teaching skills in psychological flexibility)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR helps clients to reprocess disturbing life experiences and heal painful symptoms that result from trauma, using bilateral stimulation of the brain through eye movement, tapping, and other actions. This allows the brain to reprocess psychological trauma and heal the mind, just as the body heals from physical trauma.