Alcohol and heroin addiction causes many adverse effects, including serious health consequences and legal issues. However, one of the most severe is how relationships with family become damaged or even destroyed.
At Symetria Recovery, our family counseling program gives people the chance to repair the relationships with loved ones that may have been disrupted during heroin or alcohol addiction. If you are struggling with heroin or alcohol addiction and feel as though you can never mend the relationships with family members, our family therapy program for addiction can restore the crucial connections with family.
Symetria Recovery and Counseling
Medications like Suboxone® (buprenorphine), Probuphine® implants (buprenorphine), and methadone help you overcome physical symptoms of withdrawal. Then, behavioral counseling helps you explore and heal emotional wounds while learning to live a lifestyle of recovery.
With skillfully guided counseling, you can:
- Repair damage to relationships with friends and family members
- Build confidence and self-esteem
- Correct substance use, dependency, and addictive behaviors
- Develop healthy, positive strategies for coping with cravings and urges to use
Symetria Recovery’s comprehensive addiction recovery treatment program includes:
- Therapy assisted by medication
- Day treatment
- Psychiatric evaluation and care
- Intensive outpatient programs (IOP)
Also, Symetria Recovery offers you individual counseling sessions and family counseling sessions designed to recover from a dependency or addiction to heroin or alcohol.
Individual Therapy Overview
Individual sessions offer the privacy and emotional space to probe the underlying causes of substance use. Family sessions help you and your loved ones communicate better and build stronger, more supportive relationships with one another.
All sessions take place in a comfortable and confidential environment and are facilitated by fully certified clinicians who are specially trained to help you deal with the unique challenges of addiction, dependency, and recovery.
Family Therapy Overview
Substance abuse treatment and family therapy frequently go hand in hand. It is often stated that addiction is a family disease; all members of the family unit suffer from the negative consequences of the individual family member’s substance use problem. No matter how much time you spend working toward sobriety, if the most important people in your life are not part of that recovery, it can cause problems. In all ways, the family is a system. If there is one broken part of any system, the entire setup can fail.
Also, your family becomes an essential part of your recovery. These are the people in your life who truly care about your wellbeing, so family members can be a valuable part of relapse prevention. Family members can be there when you feel the urge to relapse and remind you of the reasons you are pursuing recovery.
Family substance use, dependency, and addiction counseling explores dynamics such as:
- How certain family members have enabled you with a substance abuse problem and how to change that behavior
- How familial relationships, as well as actions and conflicts, can spur substance-seeking behaviors
- How different family members can support sober living after treatment or during recovery
Through multiple types of therapy with the family during substance dependency treatment, the goal is to help you overcome emotional challenges that have stemmed from the addiction. Another primary goal is to create a supportive family unit upon which you can rely to maintain sober life beyond treatment.
Repair Family Relationships with Our Family Counseling Program
The family counseling program at Symetria Recovery gives you the opportunity to rejoin your family after heroin or alcohol addiction may have frayed relationships. If you would like more information about how our family counseling program can enhance your recovery, reach out to our team today by calling 855.282.4819 or completing our secure online form. Make today the day that you become part of your family again. Connect with Symetria Recovery today.