Updated: June 9, 2023, at 10:40 a.m.
At Landmark Recovery, our expert clinicians collaborate with you and your loved ones from the start to create a custom treatment plan tailored to your specific needs, whether it’s for drug/alcohol addiction or co-occurring mental health disorders. Our therapy program includes a 40-hour, evidence-based curriculum from licensed therapists with advanced degrees.
Here’s what you can expect during residential treatment:
- Weekly sessions: Have 1 private therapy session per week, lasting 1 hour, regardless of your insurance.
- Expert therapist: Your sessions will be led by a licensed therapist with a Master’s degree (s).
- Explore important topics: Dive into factors contributing to substance use and gain an understanding of trauma and other co-occurring symptoms during therapy.
- Engage in 20 hours of weekly group therapy
- Led by a licensed therapist with a Master’s degree (s)
- Explore topics from Seeking Safety and SMART Recovery, such as learning how to cope safely with urges to use and managing thoughts and feelings that have contributed to drug and alcohol use
- Participate in 20 hours of weekly psychoeducation sessions
- Led by an experienced Group Facilitator with a Bachelor’s degree (s)
- Discuss topics like Mindfulness/Meditation, Expressive Approaches, the Science of Addiction, and Understanding Trauma
- Gain support and guidance within a group setting
- Experience focused and supportive environments for men and women.
- Address unique challenges and foster a sense of community.
We Tailor Our Therapy Programs to Each Individual
Each patient’s journey at Landmark Recovery begins with a comprehensive medical and psycho-social assessment lasting 3-5 days, designed to determine whether a diagnosis of chemical dependency exists. At the end of the testing period, Landmark’s professional staff meet with the patient and family members to review the findings and recommend an appropriate treatment plan based on our available services & care. The assessment explores:
- Immediate physical and vital signs assessment to determine whether transfer to a higher level of care, such as a hospital’s ICU, is necessary.
- Blood and urine screenings, medical histories, and addiction assessments to determine whether safe, medical detoxification treatment within Landmark’s facility is necessary.
- Additional testing to determine whether anti-craving medication will be needed.
- Psychosocial analysis and history of substance use to determine an appropriate level of treatment, whether inpatient at Landmark or outpatient at a trusted local partner.
- Existence of any dual diagnoses and whether additional medication or treatment protocols will be necessary to treat them.