Alcohol and Substance Abuse Therapy

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Recovery isn’t the same for everyone. You face unique struggles that lead to your addiction. At Shadow Mountain, we understand this means you need personalized, comprehensive care to achieve lasting change. Our team of professional clinicians provides customized treatment using effective therapies to support your recovery from addiction and improve your mental health.

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Therapy is a crucial component of addiction rehab and recovery. We use various therapies to address different aspects of addiction, including its underlying causes and effects on your mental health and overall well-being. Learn more below about:

Holistic addiction treatment addresses the whole person — mind, body, and spirit. It integrates various therapies and activities, such as mindfulness, nutrition, and exercise, to support you in achieving long-term sobriety and improving your overall health and well-being.

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a comprehensive approach to addiction treatment that combines medication with behavioral therapies to aid recovery. MAT is particularly effective for opioid and alcohol addiction, reducing withdrawal symptoms, and preventing relapse.

Dealing with a substance use disorder and mental illness is never easy, but utilizing research-backed techniques and interventions to guide recovery leads to real change. Through personalized treatment using evidence-based therapies, we provide clients with tools to overcome substance abuse challenges and improve their overall well-being.

Trauma is often the cause of substance use. We help clients recognize and process this trauma, giving them the foundation to heal and stop negative behaviors. Our team offers the support and resources to help you heal from the past, cope with future triggers in a more positive way, and experience lasting recovery.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) focuses on identifying and changing negative patterns of thinking and behavior, including those related to addiction. CBT helps you develop coping skills, manage triggers, and reduce cravings, ultimately leading to lasting recovery.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) emphasizes skills training to manage emotions, relationships, and stress triggers. DBT is effective in treating addiction, particularly if you have mental health disorders in addition to an addiction.

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) helps people process and heal from trauma and addiction by using guided eye movements. EMDR helps reduce the impact of traumatic experiences that may contribute to substance use, improve self-awareness, and promote long-term recovery.

AcuDetox and ear seeding are used in addiction treatment to balance the sympathetic nervous system, alleviate withdrawal symptoms, and promote lasting recovery. Chinese medicine has successfully used these forms of acupressure for many years.

Unlock Lasting Change at Shadow Mountain

At Shadow Mountain Recovery, we know one size does not fit all when it comes to treatment. What works for one person may not work for another, and what’s comfortable for one person may be uncomfortable for another. That’s why we believe in offering a variety of healing therapies during recovery from substance or alcohol use disorders.

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Our Therapy Philosophy

At Shadow Mountain Recovery Centers, we focus on healing and growth through evidence-based, personalized therapy. We don’t make unrealistic promises. Instead, we create a space for clients to have the necessary and challenging conversations for lasting change. 

Our innovative treatments and compassionate staff provide tools for a solid foundation of life-long sobriety. We offer safe, effective solutions for addiction and co-occurring disorders, with personalized care for clients and their families.

We understand the importance of involving the client’s family and support network in their recovery. Our mission is to make treatment accessible and affordable without compromising the quality of care.

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