Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an essential treatment modality practiced at Simple Recovery. CBT addresses destructive and negative thinking or thought patterns that clients often experience. By regulating distressing emotions and harmful behavior, clients are equipped with tools that permit alternative, positive ways of thinking.
Additionally, the use of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or DBT, helps treat the compulsive patterns of self-harm with simple, practical, and effective techniques. For people struggling with substance abuse problems, DBT is a way to achieve self-acceptance while simultaneously accepting the need for change. We utilize the four basic aspects to DBT: mindfulness, interpersonal relations, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance.