The New England Recovery Center provides cutting-edge alcohol & drug addiction treatment utilizing a variety of interventions.
These interventions include motivational interviewing, individual and group therapy, life skill training, 12-step meetings, family engagement, relapse prevention and continuing care planning. Our clinical services are based on modalities of proven effectiveness, delivered by highly trained clinicians and geared toward sustained recovery.
We begin our treatment approach by employing a patient-centered, strengths-based approach that engages patients and helps motivate them for active participation. Cognitive-behavioral treatment, supported by a standardized cognitive-behavioral curriculum, is used to teach patients the necessary skills for achieving and sustaining recovery.
Treatment Approach- Concepts and skills learned during the initial stages of treatment are continuously emphasized and practiced on a daily basis.
Staff provides positive reinforcement and ongoing feedback to reinforce healthy behavior and appropriate thinking.
Alcohol & Drug Addiction treatment and the recovery process are addressed holistically.
Health and wellness, including fitness and mindfulness activities, are integrated throughout treatment to promote lasting behavioral change and build a strong foundation for sustained recovery. Many people automatically turn to escape and avoidance strategies when dealing with distress. Mindfulness helps people develop a mindful, cognitive state and incorporate it into everyday life as a coping resource to deal with intense physical, emotional, and situational stressors. Research demonstrates that mindfulness helps individuals improve focus, enhance self-confidence, and provide a basis for developing positive coping and stress-management skills.
Comprehensive family services, including education, supportive counseling, and ongoing case management, are provided throughout treatment, beginning upon admission. These services are intended to engage both patients and their family members in the treatment and recovery process. In our experience, ongoing family involvement increases the likelihood of sustained recovery and improves the overall quality of family interrelationships.