GROUPS:

All of the group curriculums at Peak Recovery are evidenced based. This means that these types of groups have a good success rate for their populations to remain abstinent and to have successful lifestyle changes.

 

Relapse Prevention Groups (RPG): This group is available a minimum of two times a week and allows group members the opportunity to learn coping skills, relapse triggers, and ways to avoid relapse.

 

Matrix Groups: This group is available a minimum of three times a week and allows group members the opportunity to become educated on the addiction process, to access motivational processes that promote change, and to learn early recovery skills.

 

Co-Occurring Groups: This group is available a minimum of two times a week and allows group members the opportunity to receive education about symptoms symptoms of mental health disorders and how they can trigger relapse. Not to mention, why it is important to stay on medications prescribed by one’s physician.

 

Socialization/Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Groups: This group is available a minimum of one time a week and allows group members the opportunity to focus on one’s behaviors so as to change those behaviors that are negatively effecting one’s life and to identify pro social activities.

 

Relationship Groups: This group is available a minimum of two times a week and allows group members the opportunity to identify healthy vs. unhealthy relationships and the impact they have on recovery. In addition, this group covers Parenting with Love and Logic along with Mindfulness and Family therapies that treat not only the group members but also the family as a whole with open groups twice a month allowing family and close sober supports, over the age of eighteen, to attend and receive the same opportunities to learn from the materials presented as the group members to assist in establishing a cohesive support system beyond the walls of Peak Recovery.

 

Moral Recognition Therapy (MRT), Cognitive Self-Change (CSC I&II Idaho Model), and Anger Management Groups: These groups are available on an as needed basis.  MRT allows group members the opportunity to focus on criminal behaviors and changing those behaviors, this is also addressed in the Socialization/Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Group. CSC allows group members the opportunity to focus on changing one’s thinking so as to change one’s behaviors, this is also addressed in the Socialization/Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Group. Anger Management allows group members the opportunity to focus on one’s feelings and emotions that lead to anger and how to express such feeling in a healthy and productive way rather than in a destructive and hurtful way, this can also be addressed in the Relationship Group.