Addiction treatment should never be one-size-fits-all. Just because two clients struggle with addiction, that doesn’t mean they come with the same background or experience. To make sure each client receives what they need from treatment, Gateway Foundation Caseyville provides a variety of addiction therapy services.

Users spend about $100 billion annually on meth, marijuana, cocaine, and heroin combined.

The Need for Addiction Therapy Services

While traditional talk therapy is a tried-and-true approach to addiction treatment, research provides us with new methods for more effective help. Some clients may feel comfortable sitting down alone with a counselor and working through their problems. However, some clients find this setup daunting, leaving it ineffective for their treatment. Since no two clients of ours are the same, we provide a variety of addiction therapy services for our patients.

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, is a type of behavioral therapy that targets the negative patterns of thought and behavior in a patient. Through treatment, they learn essential coping skills and other methods of changing these negative patterns. It’s also extremely useful in dual diagnosis treatment.

Available Options

Along with traditional talk therapy, Gateway Foundation Caseyville offers a wide range of addiction therapy services. These services include the following:

Group Therapy

A Group Therapy session allows peers to interact and learn from one another as a counselor or therapist facilitates and guides discussions. This setting is helpful for those who find one-on-one sessions uncomfortable. It’s also useful for clients looking to grow their support system for both during and after their time in treatment. Your peers understand what you’re going through and can help give support and advice based on their own experiences.

Family Therapy

Addiction can cause serious breaks in relationships for family members. Often, family can harbor resentment and anger towards their loved one for making these decisions, while the client may feel misunderstood and cast out. Family Therapy provides a safe space for loved ones to air out their grievances and find their way back to a place of love and understanding. A counselor helps move discussions along and gives feedback and advice for everyone involved to move forward. Clients learn how to let go of any anger they may feel while family members can learn forgiveness. Members also learn how to support their loved one after treatment.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

This newer method of therapy has clients and their therapists working together instead of the therapist taking full control. As a team, the therapist and client set goals and monitor progress as one unit. CBT sessions work to change negative patterns of thought, attitude, and behavior while teaching new coping skills.

Programs that Implement Addiction Therapy Services

  • Residential program
  • Partial hospitalization program
  • Intensive outpatient program
  • Outpatient program
  • Dual diagnosis program
  • Medication assisted treatment program

Gateway Foundation Caseyville

At Gateway Foundation Caseyville, we pride ourselves on being the trusted facility of Caseyville, IL. Our facility provides a wide range of programs along with our addiction therapy services to ensure our clients get the help they need. Our available programs include:

If you’re ready to begin your journey towards lasting recovery, reach out to the addiction treatment staff at Gateway Foundation Caseyville. Find out more about our addiction therapy services by calling us today at 618.345.3970.

It’s estimated that over 13 million Americans are living with a mental disorder or mental illness.
Common Mental Disorders that Co-Occur with Addiction

1 Depression

2 Anxiety

3 Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

4 Bipolar Disorder

5 Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Are you struggling with addiction? Do you believe you could have an underlying mental disorder? Find the help you need at Gateway Foundation Caseyville. Call now at 618.345.3970.