Non 12 Step Rehab Programs
Addiction medicine and research have paved the way for more progressive and individualized treatment programming called the evidence-based treatment model. For the past century the most common and well known model was the 12-step philosophy, also known as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA). The 12-step model is group based, whereas the non 12 step evidence-based model focuses on the individual and integrates the group process. With scientific research and case studies, treatment options have developed and expanded, offering those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction more options to find the best match that will fit their individual needs.
The Evidence-Based Model
The evidence based drug and alcohol detox and treatment programs utilize scientific testing and therapies as the foundation and core of this model. Through scientific research, there are scientifically proven modalities that have data to back that they are truly effective in helping a person recover. When entering an evidence-based drug and alcohol rehab, an individual will receive individualized assessments reviewing the social, medical, and mental health history. The treatment programming may involve the following:
Individual Assessments & Evaluations
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Biofeedback and neurofeedback
The evidence-based model will also incorporate additional treatment program elements creating a more comprehensive and individualized treatment program. The elements may include process groups, exercise, yoga, experiential therapies (art, music, equine), and stress reduction techniques and meditation.
Non 12-Step Rehab Treatment Centers
The recommendation for non 12 step rehab should be done in a licensed inpatient or residential setting with a comprehensive treatment team for increased safety and the best outcome. The treatment program will consists of a full treatment team including a psychiatrist, therapist, counselor, and 24 hour support staff. Call The Treatment Specialist now to discuss your options and to locate a safe and comprehensive non 12-step program for you or your loved one.
Call The Treatment Specialist Helpline at (866) 644-7911 and we will guide you with care and compassion.