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Depression, anxiety, anger, fear, shame – these are all feelings many people dealing with addiction experience. As isolating as these thoughts can make you feel, it is important to remember that you are not the first to experience them, and many others dealing with similar challenges can help you overcome them. The PAC Program’s group therapy program allows you or a loved one to increase your self-confidence by revealing your interior lives to others. Our clients feel less alone in the group when talking through their problems with others and listening to different experiences. By understanding other people’s problems, goals, and solutions, you are able to better understand yourself.


Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of talk therapy that can be used to treat addiction. During CBT, you discuss your thoughts, feelings and behaviors with a mental health professional. CBT teaches clients that the way they think affects the way they feel and act. This therapy is very beneficial in early recovery, because it teaches you how to effectively identify problematic and destructive behaviors that could negatively impact your recovery. At our Alcohol detox center in Arizona our long-term drug and alcohol treatment programs, patients have the ability to practice identifying and modifying these behaviors in a safe and supportive environment.
With expertise of our trained staff, young men learn different techniques to observe behaviors and thought patterns that lead to relapse. After learning to identify relapse patterns, clients learn how to reformat their thinking to avoid falling into old behaviors. By learning these techniques, you or your loved one can significantly reduce the risk of a relapse.

Developing Positive Thinking Patterns

Young men who enter drug treatment often struggle with a negative perspective on life and themselves. This thought process can and usually has made previous attempts at sobriety and treatment ineffective in the past. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in drug treatment allows individuals the opportunity to develop a new more positive solution orientated thinking pattern.

By learning to create a positive mind filled with possibilities for a brighter, happier, sober future; clients are setting the stage for their life outside of drug treatment.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is also helpful in helping young men in treatment learn how to handle life differently. CBT provides a problem-solving approach to restructure behavior. While no one can control other people or situations, clients learn techniques to control the way they perceive and react to a particular situation. CBT teaches clients skills to change their thinking, as well as help them to manage their reactions to stressful people and situations, which is vital in early recovery.
Interested in learning more about cognitive behavioral therapy for addiction? Call 623-523-4748.