You’ll receive weekly individual sessions with your primary therapist. One-on-one therapy helps you delve deeper into your specific issues and process feelings that arise in group therapy. Clients often develop strong therapeutic bonds with their primary therapist and choose to continue therapy sessions with them after they’ve left day treatment or intensive outpatient rehab. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
Group therapy at Promises New Jersey drug rehab is unlike any other treatment center. Groups are driven by the clinical needs of our current clients. Our staff meets every evening to brainstorm and create unique groups that are focused on issues that arise during that treatment day. Learn more about our unique group therapy approach.
We offer a strong family component that incorporates your family and/or support system into treatment as clinically appropriate. Your primary therapist maintains contact with loved ones via weekly clinical updates. We also offer weekly family therapy via phone or in person. Families/support systems also engage in a unique group family session during your time at Promises New Jersey and, if clinically approved, are able to take you out on a day pass for quality time together. Learn more.
You’ll participate in activities that prepare you to transition back into life after treatment. You’ll also participate in everyday activities such as chores and cleaning. Nearby sober-living facilities offer sober outings such as fishing, bowling, shopping trips and visits to the movies or beach. Clients also occasionally participate in volunteer activities in the community. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
This goal-oriented, empathetic therapeutic technique encourages you to look objectively at your choices and behaviors with the help of a therapist. Instead of a hierarchical therapeutic relationship, in Motivational Interviewing, the therapist serves as a collaborator. Together you’ll come up with solutions to current challenges and build resiliency to manage issues that arise in the future. This approach is based upon the belief that real, long-term change happens when the motivation comes from within instead of from an outside source. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
We incorporate mindfulness exercises such as meditation and grounding skills into treatment. Our staff provides a selection of activities like mindful breathing and trauma-focused work that complement each other and build resiliency and self-regulation skills. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
At Promises New Jersey drug rehab, we build a supportive recovery community made up of clients in treatment and those navigating their recovery journey after treatment. You’ll hear weekly from Promises New Jersey alumni speakers who’ll share their challenges and successes to inspire you and help guide your recovery journey. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
We provide you with the tools needed to sustain recovery long after you’ve left drug rehab. You’ll identify triggers that can lead to relapse while learning coping skills needed for long-term recovery. We provide counseling, assistance in accessing community resources and medical management to support you after treatment. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
You’ll be introduced to groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) that provide ongoing fellowship and support. Many find these groups to be key components of their recovery after they leave treatment. Nearby sober-living facilities provide daily transportation to these meetings in the evenings. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
We’ll work closely with you and your family and/or referring therapist to ensure a smooth transition after treatment. From sober-living arrangements to resources for therapy, support groups and medical care, we’ll work with you to make sure you are positioned for the next stage of recovery. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
We have staff specially trained in psychodrama techniques and we draw upon this therapeutic intervention frequently. With the help of a therapist who serves as the director and other clients playing the actors, psychodrama helps you explore past, current or future issues within a safe, accepting space. Psychodrama is also used in family group therapy when loved ones are not available to participate. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of psychotherapy that has proven effective in studies to help those with mental disorders and addictions. This approach helps you develop healthier thinking patterns and better coping skills to deal with stressors. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.
You’ll learn about the disease of addiction and the underlying issues that contribute to it. Other topics may include recovery skills, medication, relapse prevention and refusal techniques. Call 844-299-7326 to learn more.