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Our Therapies

The expertly trained and accredited clinical team at DreamLife Recovery provides many different kinds of therapies, offering those recovering from substance abuse and addiction a unique opportunity to discover what treatments can help them the most.

Below is a list of some of the therapies offered at DreamLife Recovery, of which includes more well-known methods like individual therapy.


If you feel at a standstill with your progress in other addiction treatment therapies, Brainspotting can help you dig a bit deeper. It can also help you find other underlying issues you and your therapists had never confronted. Brainspotting at DreamLife Recovery can help those suffering from substance abuse or alcohol abuse.

Yoga & Exercise Therapy

Physical treatment for substance abuse and addiction, and co-occurring mental afflictions, can be an effective treatment option for clients at DreamLife Recovery. Experts at our facility guide clients through yoga and exercise treatments to help reduce stress, control compulsive habits, and improve physical conditioning.

Reiki Therapy

Reiki therapy is a form of alternative medicine that is referred to as energy healing, offered at DreamLife Recovery. It is a Japanese practice that has gained popularity in recent years. Reiki is the transfer of energy through the laying of hands on or above a person by a trained Reiki practitioner.


Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, counseling, or therapy, is a method used to treat mental health and behavioral health conditions by speaking with a trained counselor, therapist, psychologist, or psychiatrist. A trained professional will have therapy sessions using a range of techniques to address mental health issues or problems people may be struggling to manage.

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) is anintegrative psychotherapy approach offered at DreamLife Recoverybased on the adaptive information processing model, which posits that memories from traumatic events can cause intense agitation emotionally, physically, and mentally.