All of our treatment is provided in an out-patient setting. Our counselors use multiple theoretic approaches, matching the needs and receptivity of the patient. Our primary therapy is emotional based including Existential, Gestalt, Experiential, Psycho Drama, Somatic, etc. Didactic and cognitive approaches are also used, only when appropriate, to include CBT, REBT, etc. Usually for an active addict & in early recovery, cognition is disihibited or disconnected (off line). Their decisions are emotionally driven, and are emotionally addressed in our treatment. Addiction is best treated in its “environment” if and when the patient has the capacity, with support, to meet and maintain normal daily living requirements. Recommendations and referrals are made if cases where needs are outside of our scope of practice (i.e. Inpatient, supportive living environment). In those cases, best practice is a referral back to an out-patient level of care as a “step down or transition” level of care.