At Family360 we know that high quality, effective treatment cannot be improvised. We craft a targeted individualized treatment plan for you only after thoroughly assessing and understanding the ways that alcohol, and drug addiction and trauma may have impacted you.
Your past, your present, and your future are all equally important to your recovery and hold keys to unlocking resources and abilities you may have forgotten you had.
The effects of trauma, alcoholism, and addiction are complex and play out in different ways for different people. Our approach balances accurate assessment and diagnosis with sophisticated treatment and careful discharge planning.
Our multi-dimensional approach takes advantage of a variety of research-proven modalities that include:
- Group Psychotherapy
- Somatic Experiencing
- Equine Assisted Therapy
- Family therapy/Involvement
Common signs of unresolved trauma:
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- A pervasive feeling of shame
- Avoiding people, places, or things related to the traumatic event
- Flashbacks and nightmares
- Hypervigilance (a constant feeling of being on guard)
- Suicidal thought or actions
- Uncontrollable anger
- Self-harm (cutting and mutilation)
- Unexplained or irrational fears of people, places, or things
CRITICAL INCIDENTS: POLICE, Fire, SHERIFF, EMT, DISPATCH, & PRISON PERSONNEL
Critical Incidents Debriefing is a process that prevents or limits the development of post-traumatic stress in people exposed to critical incidents.
- CERTIFICATE TRAINING COURSES: Critical Incident Response and Debriefing at Work and places of worship; Evaluations/Assessments; Safety Personnel including Police, Fire, EMTs, Dispatch and Prison Personnel; Victims of Sex/Human Trafficking; Stress Management; Chemical Dependency Individual and Family; Victims of Gun Violence/Fire/Auto Accidents.
Military experiences are distinct from civilian experiences. Research shows that veterans and their families benefit from support as they reintegrate into civilian society, particularly with respect to forming community connections, transitioning successfully into the civilian world and workplace, ensuring economic security, and maintaining health and wellness. And during an individual’s active duty, his or her family may struggle with high rates of mobility and separation, low levels of spousal employment, financial instability, and difficulty accessing adequate childcare, due to the military lifestyle.
- Healthcare Services
- Health & Wellness
- Financial Literacy
- Legal Services
- Financial Assistance
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Professional Development
- Leadership Development
- Coaching and Mentorship
- VA Benefits
- Family Support Services
- Substance Abuse
- Mental Health
- Anger Management
- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD):
24/7 HELPLINE: To give Veterans suffering from mental health problems round-the-clock support. VETERANS & MILITARY FAMILIES
THERAPY ANIMALS: For Kids and Veterans
Dogs and Horses. These animals will be working with Kids and Veterans to minimize stress and support the overall social, physical, and emotional well-being of the consumer; minimize stress and anxiety; provide distraction and help to consumers to overcome loss and pain.
A residential treatment facility provides patients with a safe environment for recovering from a sexual addiction, and they’re often located in secluded areas. These types of facilities allow patients to work with counselors and therapists in a quiet environment, eliminating any potential distractions. Residential treatment facilities offer a variety of different therapies, including group and individual sessions, as well as educational classes and recreational activities. This type of treatment may last up to six weeks.
An intensive outpatient program suits sex addicts who can’t afford the expense of a residential program. Outpatient programs typically last two weeks and provide a curriculum of therapy sessions and classes that allow the patient to eliminate the obsessive sexual behavior. A typical schedule is five days each week for up to eight hours per day.
An outpatient center for sexual addiction allows a patient to attend sessions as recommended for his particular treatment program. Often associated with a major hospital, an outpatient center also offers various therapies such as 12-step meetings and family counseling.
Counseling or therapy sessions or sex addicts are typically conducted by a trained therapist, such as a psychiatrist or psychologist, or a certified sex addiction therapist. Counseling sessions are often best for patients who don’t want group therapy. This type of counseling is often available as part of the aftercare program for a residential treatment center.
A 12-step group for sex addicts is modeled after the original 12-step program used to treat alcoholism, although it tailored to sexual addiction. Sex Addicts Anonymous is free, and while each group may have a distinct philosophy on sexual addiction, meetings are open to any sex addict who wishes to stop his compulsive sexual behavior. These addiction recovery programs are based on face-to-face meetings, although additional communication methods are also available, including online chat and telephone meetings.