Turning Point Centers’ inpatient drug rehab program offers a highly effective, non-12 step approach to addiction treatment in a home-like setting.
We specialize in dual diagnosis and co-occurring disorders.
Our non 12 step approach is highly effective in both treating drug addictions and drug relapse prevention by offering simple, yet powerful tools that can be easily used and incorporated in your everyday life.
Our inpatient drug rehab program allows you or your loved one to stay with us for a short time, so help is at hand at all hours.
During the time that you or your loved one attends the intensive residential program, you will have peace of mind knowing that medical staff as well as therapists, support staff and social workers back you in the fight against addiction.
This kind of help is necessary for wiping the slate clean and preventing immediate relapse that is so critical in the first month.
Turning Point Centers’ innovative Utah drug rehab program focuses on recognizing, questioning and healing our painful thoughts and beliefs that cause our suffering, along with practicing the power of present moment awareness, or mindfulness.
We achieve this through employing a gentle process that includes and works in conjunction with evidence-based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), CBT based Mindfulness, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Motivational Interviewing, Emotional Regulation skills, EMDR as well as psycho-educational, process, life skills, and gender specific groups.
This way we are able to individualize treatment and help all clients, including those with trauma and co-occurring disorders.
Co-occurring or dual diagnosis disorders are common among substance abusers. With co-occurring disorders the diagnosis of the patient may require treatment for one or more mental obstacles in addition to treatment for drug or alcohol addiction.
Clients seeking help for co-occurring or dual diagnosis disorders come in with a chemical addiction as well as one or more mood disorders such as depression, anxiety, or bipolar disorder.
The Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach is probably the most studied and established means of addressing negative behaviors that emphasize addiction.
This therapy is used to get to the root of the negative thought processes and help those see other choices instead of the same ones that lead to nowhere, using positive influences and enlightening conversation.
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Meet the Turning Point Centers team
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