Medications, such as methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, and Vivitrol, can play essential roles in freeing individuals addicted to opioids from the physical pain that often accompanies attempts to stop using their drug of choice. At Maryland Comprehensive Treatment Centers, we understand and appreciate the value of these medications, but we also realize that for an opioid treatment program to be truly effective, it must accomplish more than merely the alleviation of physical pain.
When patients choose to heal at one of our three centers, our objective is to help them make the changes in their lives that will empower them to successfully achieve long-term recovery. To accomplish this goal, we ensure that all patients have the opportunity to identify and address the emotional and psychological issues that may have contributed to or been otherwise associated with their substance abuse problem. Addiction is an insidiously complex disease, with a myriad of potential contributing factors and countless possible negative ramifications. Patients who enter treatment at Maryland Comprehensive Treatment Centers can do so secure in the knowledge that our talented and experienced professionals will provide them with the therapeutic support they need to deal with past emotional damage and ongoing psychological distress in a healthy and productive manner. The following are among the therapeutic interventions that may be incorporated into a patient’s personalized treatment plan:
- Individual therapy
- Group therapy
All therapy at our centers is conducted by dedicated professionals who have been trained to provide effective guidance to individuals who are working to escape the self-defeating behavior patterns that are associated with substance abuse and addiction. To learn more about how Maryland Comprehensive Treatment Centers is uniquely prepared to help you or your loved one, please feel free to contact us at your convenience.