Although overcoming an addiction can be an overwhelming task if done on one’s own, recovering clients who have enrolled in group therapy have found that support comes in numbers. When someone tries to break free from his or her addiction alone, self-defeat and discouragement may lead to relapse. Many who enter may initially suffer from a feeling of isolation. Through bond-forming activities done during group therapy, the sense of isolation is converted to friendship and community. Because members participate, those struggling with social isolation can find an avenue to express themselves. Group therapy sessions provide individuals the assurance that recovery is possible by observing how others have overcome their addiction.
However, if any member residing with us does not wish to enroll in group therapy sessions, we ensure their comfort and have participation a voluntary process.