Choosing a Holistic Addiction Treatment Center

Getting treatment for an addiction is an essential step in the recovery process. Therapy and counseling can often make the difference between whether a person recovers and whether or not they relapse. The trouble is the same traditional therapies do not work for everyone. Sometimes it takes a different approach, a different kind of treatment to get someone sober and help them stay that way. This is why holistic addiction treatment has become so popular. Finding alternative ways to help treat people with addiction has led to higher acceptance rates, higher long-term recovery rates, and overall improved physical and mental health and wellness. 

At Seven Arrows Recovery, we are your place to heal. Our approach is unique in that we combine the parts of traditional care that are proven and work with holistic treatments that improve the outcomes and health of our clients. Addiction treatment is about more than just getting people sober. It is about helping them rebuild their lives and take back what addiction has stolen from them.

Seven Arrows Recovery is a top-rated drug rehab in Arizona, offering comprehensive inpatient treatment services. Our Tucson inpatient drug rehab can help you or a loved one overcome addiction.

What is Holistic Treatment? 

Holistic treatment involves using methods other than traditional therapy to treat addiction. It has become popular in recent years as a supplement to traditional treatment methods because it helps improve long-term sobriety rates and gives clients of rehab centers more choices for how they get clean. Holistic treatment focuses on the mind, body, and spirit of the person with the addiction rather than just correcting the addictive behavior. That is why many people prefer these types of treatments alongside counseling and group therapy. 

The form that holistic treatment takes depends on the treatment center, but there are several popular treatment options that are highly effective. One such example is yoga. Yoga is a style of exercise that combines breathing with precise movements to promote calm, strengthen muscles, and emotional and spiritual well-being. It has been shown to help clients with their physical health, understanding the nature of their addiction, and coming to terms with their own emotions. 

Similarly, meditation is often used to help people reflect on the toll that addiction has taken on their lives and learn to move past the addiction and on to a better life. These types of treatments can help to break down the walls that people put up that keep them from staying clean and help them to identify their reasons for using drugs in the first place. 

What Are Some Benefits of Holistic Treatment?

As we mentioned, holistic treatment combines different methods of treatment besides traditional therapies to help people overcome their addiction. Because holistic treatment focuses on the whole person, they often become healthier than if they had just gotten traditional treatment alone. 

Therapies do different things depending on the type. For instance, acupuncture is a wellness treatment that helps to reduce stress and improve physical health. Equine-assisted learning is about developing a connection with an animal and learning to deal with emotions while around others. Each individual will have their own needs and goals, but holistic treatment offers a different way to meet those needs and goals. 

No matter what type of holistic treatment a person uses, though, the goal is to help support recovery in its many forms and push the person onto the path of long-term sobriety. 

Let Seven Arrows Recovery Be There For You 

Once you are ready to try a new way to get treatment for your addiction, come to us here at Seven Arrows Recovery. We combine the traditional treatment approach with holistic treatment for a well-rounded program that gets people sober and helps keep them that way. We understand that addiction can be very destructive, but we also believe in the power to heal. 

Try our trauma-based yoga program or our equine therapy to help you get and stay on the right track with your sobriety. Our approaches are based on proven successful methods, and we work with each client as an individual to find the right mix of treatment options just for them. If this sounds like the type of program that may be right for you, even if you have relapsed before, give us a call or come by our facility today. 

Laura Harder, LAC, M.A.

About the Author:
Laura Bailey holds a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Temple University in Philadelphia, and a Master of Arts in Art Therapy and Counseling from Southwestern College in Santa Fe. Laura has worked in community mental health and residential settings throughout New Mexico and Arizona since 2013. Laura has a passion for treating addiction, trauma, and co-occurring disorders.

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Lindsay Rothschild LCSW, CCTP, SAP

Lindsay Rothschild is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Substance Abuse Professional with a passion for assisting others in activating their own inner healing intelligence. She completed her Master’s Degree in Social Work at Arizona State University in 2011 and went on to study various ancient wisdom traditions for healing. Her training as a Clinical Trauma Professional and over a decade of experience working with trauma survivors has afforded her a rich understanding of the powerful impact of trauma on the mind, body and soul.

Lindsay studied holistic nutrition and trauma informed yoga at the Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. Lindsay is certified in the Trauma-Conscious Yoga Method™ and is also a registered yoga teacher. She most recently completed training in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP). Lindsay partners with the Arizona Trauma Institute to facilitate trainings for mental health professionals and educators in the community in an effort to promote awareness around Trauma Informed Care. Lindsay is also the owner of Roots to Rise, PLLC where she provides somatic psychotherapy, EMDR therapy, supervision, trauma informed yoga, and substance abuse professional services. Lindsay describes herself as having a wild and free spirit, an open heart and a belief that all humans have the capacity for transformation and growth.

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Dr. Tracey Oppenheim MD

Dr. Oppenheim was born and raised in Michigan. She completed her medical school education, general and child and adolescent psychiatry training at the University of Michigan. Go Blue! She is passionate about the mind body spiritual connection and has completed additional training in integrative psychiatry. Dr. Oppenheim believes in each individual’s ability to heal through discovering their inner healing intelligence.