Feeling safe and comfortable can help you make the most of your women’s therapy program. Many women have experienced abuse and trauma from men and do not feel comfortable in a mixed-sex setting. At Women’s Recovery in Denver and Dillon, Colorado, you can learn how to trust yourself and master coping skills that can keep you centered on sober living. Please reach out to Women’s Recovery today at 833.754.0554 to learn more about our services.
Learn to Approach Women’s Therapy With Love and Logic
Women’s treatment programs focus on love and logic. If you have children, you will learn to approach motherhood from a place of calm compassion. You discover how to accept your mistakes and apply empathy instead of judgment in your self-identity. Additionally, our unique women’s therapy approach helps you become a better parent and self-advocate.
Knowledge You Gain in Mindfulness Meditation
Stress, anxiety, and trauma often play a role in women’s substance use disorders. Through mindfulness and meditation, our clients learn to cope with negative thoughts and feelings. Yoga, meditation, and deep breathing techniques help you regulate your emotions and avoid cravings. Our substance abuse treatment programs provide evidence-based treatment based on your substance use disorder and mental health challenges.
What DBT Can Teach Women in Recovery
Dialectical behavior therapy is an evidence-based treatment methodology derived from cognitive-behavioral therapy. DBT teaches women to focus on how they can change and find peace with those they cannot. Benefits of dialectical behavior therapy for women include the following:
- Learning positive coping mechanisms
- Improving communication with yourself and those around you
- Learning how to trust good people
- Encouraging optimism
Our outpatient treatment program gives you more flexibility and freedom than residential women’s therapy programs. This setup allows you to put what you learn to work right away.
Neurofeedback Treatment Can Retrain Your Brain
Women’s Recovery offers neurofeedback treatment to clients in drug and alcohol treatment programs. During this pain-free treatment, we hook you up to a computer through sensors and wires. You then go through a series of exercises to reprogram your brain with electrical inputs in the hopes of stimulating the correct brainwave frequencies.
Women who undergo neurofeedback treatment may need to continue for several weeks or months to gain the full benefit, including reducing cravings for drugs or alcohol. You can take advantage of this treatment option during a one-on-one session with a specially trained psychologist. Additionally, we may ask you to complete the exercises at home to increase the effectiveness.
Comprehensive Women’s Treatment Programs
Our drug and alcohol addiction programs for women safeguard the psychological, physical, and emotional well-being of our clients. Women tend to define themselves by their connections. Therefore, it’s crucial to find a therapist you’re comfortable with regularly. Fortunately, we have a team of counselors and staff members with excellent credentials and years of experience treating women with substance use disorders.
Women Treating Women at Women’s Recovery
Our clients come to us from several different backgrounds, including some who require trauma treatment for physical or sexual abuse. We have an all-female staff to help women feel safe and comfortable enough to open up about their experiences.
There are many things that you can learn only in a gender-specific training program for women. Certain disorders occur more often in women than men, such as the following:
- Low self-esteem
- Childhood trauma
- Eating disorders
- History of sexual assault
- Difficulty breaking up with significant other who abuses drugs
At Women’s Recovery, you may feel safer surrounded by staff members and peers of the same sex. Let us help you make the most of the programs available. You don’t have to go it alone. Contact us at 833.754.0554 to learn more about our admissions process or schedule a tour of our facilities in Colorado.