Holistic Rehab for Women

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    While the term “holistic treatment” is commonly used in the context of drug and alcohol recovery, most people do not know what it entails and who it can help. It is generally agreed upon in the medical world that a truly holistic approach treats the entire person, not just the disease or its symptoms. 

    Addiction recovery that takes a holistic approach complements rather than replaces traditional treatments. Holistic treatments are effective in reducing withdrawal symptoms, providing coping mechanisms to help prevent relapse, addressing mental health and emotional concerns, and boosting physical health, spiritual fulfillment, and overall quality of life, in addition to the more conventional evidence-based treatments like CBT and MAT.

     

    What is Holistic Rehab?

    Holistic rehab is a type of addiction treatment that takes a more comprehensive approach to recovery. This rehab program focuses on the whole person rather than just the addiction itself. Instead of focusing on just one symptom or trait, a holistic addiction treatment method considers the entire individual. Holistic therapy programs are designed to better the patient entirely rather than only treating some of their symptoms or bad habits.

    There has been a significant rise in interest in integrating holistic therapy programs with standard practices in drug addiction treatment. A patient’s mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health are all given equal weight in a “holistic treatment,” which is sometimes referred to as a “whole person” approach to care. As a result, the core tenet of holistic recovery centers is that one’s biochemical, neurochemical, emotional, and spiritual selves are all intertwined. 

    Traditional psychotherapy is combined with holistic methods in the form of counseling, known as “holistic psychotherapy.” For instance, holistic psychotherapy can involve components of more traditional talk therapies like psychoanalysis and cognitive behavioral therapy with novel approaches like hypnosis and breathwork. These therapies are now commonly used in public and private inpatient and outpatient addiction treatment programs and private holistic addiction therapy offices to aid recovery.

     

    What to Expect From a Women’s Only Addiction Treatment Center

    While there are many different types of holistic rehab, holistic rehab centers for women are becoming increasingly popular. These addiction resources provide a safe and supportive environment designed specifically for women struggling with women’s addiction treatment. 

    In addition to traditional evidence-based therapies, women’s only addiction treatment programs may also include complementary and alternative approaches such as:

    • Yoga
    • Reiki
    • Wellbriety
    • Mindfulness
    • Music Therapy
    • Family Therapy
    • Biosound Therapy

    These approaches can help to address the underlying causes of addiction and provide a more holistic and complete approach to substance abuse treatment programs.

    Yoga

    New Directions for Women has a yoga program designed specifically for women’s mental health and rehabilitation. The program incorporates various yoga techniques, including breath work, meditation, and mindfulness, to help women heal from addiction. The program is led by a certified yoga instructor who is specially trained in helping women recover from mental illness and addiction.

    Reiki

    Reiki is a form of Japanese energy healing that is particularly beneficial for treating anxiety and depression and helps with detoxing. During reiki, a practitioner will place their hands lightly on or above the individual. Reiki can help reduce stress and promote relaxation. Reiki can be beneficial during the detox process because it does not require much participation.  

    Wellbriety

    New Directions for Women has a wellbriety program designed specifically for women’s mental health and rehabilitation. The program offers a unique and holistic approach to recovery, addressing the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual needs of women in recovery. The program is based on the proven principles of a Native American 12-step program and utilizes a variety of effective therapies and modalities to help women heal from the inside out.

    New Directions for Women has a weekly group facilitator that practices wellbriety. Sparrow, who is Wellbriety certified, comes two times per month to help with a ceremony. We believe that every woman has the power within herself to change her life for the better. We are here to help you on your journey to recovery and wellness.

    Mindfulness

    New Directions for Women offers a mindfulness therapy program designed specifically for women’s mental health and rehabilitation. The program is based on the latest research in neuroscience and psychology and has been proven effective in treating various mental health conditions. 

    The program is tailored to each woman’s individual needs and includes a variety of exercises and activities that help her to develop a deeper understanding of herself and her relationships with others. New Directions for Women offers an evidence-based, holistic approach to mental health that can help women to heal their bodies, minds, and spirits.

    Music Therapy

    Innovative music therapy programs like Rock to Recovery offered by New Directions for Women are designed to help women suffering from mental health issues and addiction problems. The program uses music to provide a positive and supportive environment for women to recover and heal. 

    Through music therapy, women are able to explore their emotions, identify coping mechanisms, and develop healthy relationships. New Directions for Women has helped countless women overcome their challenges and reclaim their lives.

    Family Therapy

    Welcome to New Directions for Women family therapy held every Saturday. Our mission is to provide mental health and rehabilitation services to women and their families. The first hour of family therapy is with the patient, the second hour is with family alone, and the third hour is for visitation (we offer in-person and zoom) 

    Families can get support Saturday or Monday from alumni parents via zoom. We are committed to providing quality care in a safe, supportive, and respectful environment. We strive to create a community of hope, healing, and wellness.

    Biosound Therapy

    Our unique and powerful biosound therapy with New Directions for Women seeking mental health and rehabilitation services. Biosound therapy is a cutting-edge treatment that uses sound waves to heal the mind and body. This therapy has been shown to be highly effective in treating anxiety, depression, and high cravings.

    Biosound therapy engages the brain and helps facilitate an individual’s experience when they do not want to talk. Our experienced and compassionate therapists will work with you to customize a treatment plan that meets your specific needs.

    What are the Benefits of Holistic Rehab for Women?

    Woman participating in holistic rehab with a licensed practitioner

    There are many benefits that holistic rehab for women offers, as it takes a comprehensive approach to treating addiction and mental health disorders. This treatment can help women heal physically, mentally, and emotionally while addressing any underlying issues that may have contributed to their addiction. Holistic rehab can also give women the tools they need to maintain sobriety after drug addiction treatment and support their overall wellness.

    Solving a problem by considering it from only one angle rarely results in finding and removing all underlying tensions. For instance, avoiding situations that make one think about drinking is an excellent way to stay sober. Other benefits include:

    1. Learning to manage stress and relieve anxiety
    2. Getting a spiritual connection
    3. Relapse prevention
    4. Better overall health
    5. Increased self-esteem and identity

     

    Holistic Addiction Treatment With New Directions for Women

    Holistic drug rehab may be a great option if you or a loved one is struggling with addiction or has a dual diagnosis. It can be more effective than traditional recovery programs and offers you more comfort, privacy, and affordability.

    New Directions for Women is a leading provider of holistic addiction treatment and holistic recovery for women. We offer a comprehensive program that includes traditional evidence-based therapies and complementary therapies such as yoga, meditation, art therapy, acupuncture, and massage to women of all ages. 

    Our program is designed to meet the unique needs of women struggling with addiction and to provide a more holistic and complete approach to recovery. We aim to heal the mind, body, and spirit during our substance abuse treatment program.

    Clinically Reviewed By:

    Heather Black-Coyne, LMFT, CADC II, Chief Clinical Officer

    Heather Black-Coyne, LMFT, CADC II, Chief Clinical Officer

    Heather most recently served as the Clinical Director of a gender-specific treatment center in Huntington Beach. She is trained in both Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which serve the needs of our patients, many of whom have experienced both complex trauma and substance use disorder.

    Medically Reviewed By:

    Dr. Alejandro Alva, M.D., Consulting Medical Director

    Dr. Alejandro Alva, M.D., Consulting Medical Director

    Alejandro Alva, MD, has a focus on substance abuse and chemical dependency treatment and general psychiatric disorders. Dr. Alva earned his bachelor’s degree from California State University, Fullerton, and completed medical school at Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara School of Medicine in Mexico. He then returned to California, where he completed his psychiatric residency at the University of California, Irvine.

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