At Sprout Health Arizona, we offer the most effective therapy methods by combining mainstream therapeutic modalities with the very best experiential therapies.
Experiential therapies focus on increasing lifespans and quality of life as well as developing calming atmospheres and revealing problems within the subconscious memory. Promoting calmness is important for patients to learn while in treatment in order to solve their life problems in a practical manner outside of treatment. Experiential therapy helps patients reconnect with their emotions that have been suppressed by addiction. These therapies teach patients to understand their emotions and subconscious problems as well as how to correctly respond to an emotional trigger.
Sprout Health Arizona provides the following forms of experiential therapies:
- Yoga and meditation
- Group therapy
- Equine therapy
- Family therapy
Our professionally trained staff of substance rehabilitation specialists, as well as clinicians and therapists, oversee each therapy session in order for patients to receive the maximum results and proper emotional improvement.
Equine therapy involves working with, cleaning up after and handling horses. Patients will treat, feed, tend and groom horses in order to develop problem-solving and emotional coping skills. They will also learn habits necessary to take care of themselves and become independent. Bonding with horses also promotes positivity, increased mood control and a greater sense of personal accomplishment.
Group and family therapy offer a controlled environment where patients will not feel alone or isolated. They will learn that they have a large support system around them both in treatment and when they return home.
Neurofeedback therapy teaches patients how to understand the biological effects that their negative emotions and lack of subconscious control have over their behaviors. This therapy focuses on teaching ways to better improve their situations.
Yoga and meditation are offered to encourage peace of mind, calmness and regulated breathing techniques. It will not only promote a healthy body, but a healthy mind as well.
All these therapies are provided to help patients further understand their issues both mentally and physically. They teach skills necessary to cope with negative environments as well as how to avoid the possibility of relapse. Experiential therapies are effective because they help mitigate damage that patients have experienced and provide lifelong benefits to those who may struggle with underlying issues other than just substance addiction.