Evidence-Based Therapies at Emerge
Evidence-based treatment (EBT) provides clients with safe and effective treatment backed by solid evidence of its effectiveness. Therapists or counselors, doctors, and psychiatrists use EBT combined with their expertise and the relationship with a patient to provide holistic services.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
CBT is a type of therapy that works toward helping clients recognize and change unhealthy thinking patterns and behaviors. It is especially effective in treating addiction and mental health. CBT can also be used in conjunction with medications and within an addiction treatment program.
Emerge offers holistic therapy in conjunction with other modalities to help facilitate the healing of a person’s mind, body, and spirit through yoga, art, mindfulness, and more. Holistic Therapy is the simultaneous focus on the mind and body for complete healing. It is typically most effective when used as a supplement to their treatment plan.
Rapid Resolution Therapy
RRT utilizes symbolic imagery and metaphors to promote mental healing versus traditional talk therapy. RRT is very effective in treating PTSD but has also had success in treating anxiety, depression, grief, anger, compulsive habits, addiction, and relapse.
12-Step education helps people with addiction to achieve and maintain sobriety. They meet on regularly scheduled days, with meetings serving as a way for members to discuss where they are at in their recovery.
Equine Therapy has numerous benefits, from improving mental health to helping improve your own self-confidence. Working with a horse gives clients a sense of responsibility outside of themselves, acts as a distraction from drug cravings, and feels like a sense of achievement in their abilities. This type of active therapy is also referred to as experiential therapy.
EMDR stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy. It utilizes light or other visual elements to stimulate and alter your eye movements. Therapists at Emerge specialize in EMDR by utilizing this specialized treatment to help clients who continue to struggle with the effects of trauma in their past.
Disordered eating refers to a range of irregular eating behaviors that may or may not warrant a diagnosis of a specific eating disorder. Psychotherapy can help people understand their relationship with food, body acceptance, and explore the relationship patterns and other issues contributing to their disordered eating.
Evidence Based Treatment in Atlanta
Emerge Healing Center in Georgia is one of the best Atlanta drug rehab facilities and offers a multitude of modalities that are backed by evidence-based approaches. Our experiential therapies help create individualized programming designed to help each client gain insight into their addiction, mental health disorders, and trauma through evidence-based therapies. Contact us today and set up a consultation and get on the path to overcoming your trauma once and for all.