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CBT vs DBT in Outpatient Treatment

CBT vs DBT: Definitions Cognitive-behavioral therapy or CBT, is one of the most commonly used therapies today, especially in outpatient treatment with drug addiction counseling. Dialectal behavior therapy or DBT is a specific form of cognitive-behavioral therapy. CBT’s focus is on helping people learn how their thoughts color and actually change their feelings and behaviors.

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Time in Addiction Treatment

Drug Addiction Treatment Centers are often the first step in the recovery process. It gives you the time and the space you need to really build a strong foundation of sobriety. Without it, many individuals struggle to stay sober. If you can attend treatment and get that time to work on yourself, it is important

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12 Steps and Therapy

The 12 Steps There are a lot of treatment programs for addiction in the United States. Most of them follow an abstinence-based approach to treating substance abuse. However, each program is unique in its approach to how they treat substance abuse. Some use a totally holistic approach that includes therapies such as acupuncture, massage, and

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