Cognitive Retraining, Mindfulness Therapy, Brain Wellness Program and more..
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is the fundamental modality for treatment in all of Sprout’s recovery programs. It is vital in highlighting an individual’s unhealthy thinking patterns, and realigns the way they deal with situations. Because it is problem focused and action oriented, CBT helps to segment issues, and helps individuals from becoming overwhelmed. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy does so by making the individual practice rational thought, teaching them to think independently from stimuli, and causing them to be aware of the implications of their actions. Though Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is one of the best tools to use to help an individual get their life on track, there are many more therapies that compliment it, making the process of treatment more meaningful.
Some of the many other therapies Sprout treatment facilities employ to supplement Cognitive Behavioral Therapy are: Cognitive Retraining, Mindfulness Therapy, Brain Wellness Program, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Psychoeducational Groups, Solution-focused Brief Therapy, and Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT). Solution focused therapy is a highly utilized modality because it helps individuals to think positively. It retrains them to focus their attention on creating a better outcome, or solving a problem, versus spending their time thinking negatively and overwhelming themselves. BSFT focuses on family interactions, because they are the most prominent and influential forces on an individual’s life. It retrains the family how to interact with each other, and how attribute the individual’s actions the situation at hand, and not drudge up and intertwine emotions from the past.