Teen Addiction Rehab Therapies

Teens attend group and individual therapeutic sessions daily. In our Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center, Teens have the opportunity to work on coping skills, accountability, respect, morals and ethics, stress management, anger management, solution oriented thinking and planning, and various therapeutic modalities. Individual treatment plans are created, addressing the individual needs of each teen and working with individual issues in private/individual sessions.

Specific Types of Therapy

Trauma Therapy

Inspirations Teen Rehab is a quality treatment program for teen post traumatic stress disorders, which may include medication, psychotherapy, narrative therapy, and solution focused therapy, as a preferred treatment method.

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Music Therapy

Inspirations Music Therapy program entails creating Music Videos as a Therapeutic Intervention for Chemically Dependent Teens.

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Art Therapy

Inspirations uses Art as a Therapeutic Intervention for Addicted Teens.

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Recreational Therapy

Recreation and physical activity is a necessary activity for Teens battling with addiction.

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Brief Therapy

Inspirations Teen Rehab embraces Brief Therapy, as an effective approach in working with teens struggling with teen behavioral problems, teen anger, and teen drug abuse problems.

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Family therapy

It is also referred to as couple and family therapy and family systems therapy, is a branch of psychotherapy that works with families, including adults and adolescents, to nurture change and development of the family.

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Pyschotherapy

Inspirations staffs masters level mental health care practitioners who practice psychotherapy primarily.

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Sober Life, Sober Choices

In addition to our therapeutic addiction treatment program, our adolescent rehab provides a unique Sober Life, Sober Choices Program.

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Dialectical Behavioral Therapies

DBT is an advanced derivation of Cognitive Behavior Therapy that was originally developed to treat people with borderline personality disorder (BPD).

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