When new residents join our community here at Valley Recovery Center, they will receive both individual and group therapy that offer the encouragement and support they need. One on one therapy helps us to really understand each resident's individual personal, medical, and substance abuse history. It helps us monitor each resident's progress towards recovery, and it helps our residents make the changes they need. One on one therapy is also a vital tool in treating individuals with depression, anxiety, PTSD, and other mental health issues along with addiction.
Group therapy is another important component in our efforts to reach each resident. Many residents find tremendous comfort in sharing their experience with others, and group therapy also provides them with a support system. The group therapy programs we offer include groups dedicated to understanding addiction and identifying its effects, groups that work to understand the triggers that lead to substance abuse and relapse, and groups that help residents plan their recovery and their sobriety. We also offer group therapy for those looking to work on a 12-step plan, those looking to understand their addiction through a spiritual lens, and groups that place an emphasis on how addiction impacts families.
Our extensive experience in the healthcare industry has taught us that additional programs can often be as crucial to recovery as our more clinical programs. These programs can help our residents manage the stress and emotions that are an inevitable part of recovery. So we offer treatments like hypnotherapy, which can help you reduce anxiety and fear and enter a state of deep relaxation. Another beneficial option is reiki therapy, a natural treatment that works to heal a resident's life force energy and encourage feelings of serenity and security.
Programs that appeal to the creative side of our residents offer many benefits. These programs can encourage them, they can alleviate feelings of loneliness and isolation, and they are often quite fun for our residents. Art therapy can help residents who are reluctant to express their experiences in other settings. Music therapy can help residents deal with the surge of emotions that they feel as they begin the process of recovery. These are just a couple examples, and all of our creative programs are an important part of the community we have built for our residents.
The dedicated staff here Valley Recovery Center encompasses a diverse range of backgrounds, and everyone here is committed to finding the treatments that truly address the specific needs of our residents. Our psychologists, psychiatrists, and counselors are highly qualified to guide residents through all of the stages of the recovery process. They evaluate each resident and provide the clinical and behavioral care for lasting recovery.