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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, as well as options unique to our facility like equine therapy.

MAT


Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is the use of medications and behavioral therapies to reduce a person’s dependence on drugs. Different medications can help reduce the effects of withdrawal during opiate addiction treatment and prevent the likelihood of relapse.

Group Therapy


Group therapy often includes multiple people being treated by one or more counselors or therapists, with group therapy sizes varying depending on the treatment. Group therapy activities at DreamLife Recovery can help those suffering from substance abuse or alcohol abuse.

Individual Therapy


DreamLife Recovery offers comprehensive individual therapy, an essential element of addiction recovery.One-on-one therapy sessions allow you to explore your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in a safe, judgment-free environment with the help of an addiction counselor.

Adventure Therapy


Therapy for those dealing with substance abuse and addiction is not solely limited to traditional therapy and medication assistance. DreamLife Recovery offers adventure therapy to clients, including camping, rock climbing, hiking, and much more to experience in the expansive nature of Western Pennsylvania.

Family Therapy


DreamLife Recovery offers clients and their loved one’s joint family therapy. Our team of clinical expertswork to rebuild and strengthen familial relationships, offering an opportunity to resolve conflicts and communication problems rooted in substance abuse.

Equine Therapy


The DreamLife Recovery facility, in addition to being immersed in the wondrous nature of Western Pennsylvania, also offers clients a unique opportunity to participate in equine therapy. Horse riding has shown to build assertiveness and empathy, among numerous other positive benefits.

DBT


Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a specialized type of cognitive behavior therapy offered at DreamLife Recovery. Clients dealing with multiple types of emotional distress, substance abuse and addiction, and more.

CBT


Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is a form of talk therapy that teaches someone to recognize negative thoughts and patterns and learn techniques to cope with difficulties. The DreamLife team of experts utilizes CBT to directly help patients’ thoughts and coinciding behavior patterns.

EMDR Therapy


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.

Psychotherapy


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.

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.

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.