Addiction Therapy Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Abuse

At Peace Valley Recovery, we understand that individualized treatment plans are a cornerstone that helps build a strong foundation for recovery success. The path that brought you into addiction was not a cookie-cutter one. It didn’t match the path of every other person who became enmeshed in this struggle. Why should your path to recovery be forced into a cookie-cutter format?

We provide a comprehensive range of treatment options in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and work to ensure you have the resources for a unique, personalized recovery plan. And when we can’t meet your needs or we think that another program or facility better fits your individual situation, we’re not afraid to let you know. Our goals are to educate you about your options, partner with you to work toward recovery and provide a tranquil, peaceful and safe space where you can do the work you need to do to face and overcome your addiction cycle.

Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient Programs (PHP and IOP) both offer structured support and access to therapies that help you begin or continue to understand your addiction. We work with you to choose a program that is best for your needs and schedule; for example, someone stepping down into IOP might attend sessions a couple of days a week for three to four hours. That leaves them available to seek a job, spend time with family or attend school.

Abstinence-based treatment programs help you understand the need to refrain from using alcohol or drugs and provide you with the tools you need to have success with this new lifestyle.

Types of Therapy

Whether you’re stepping out of a residential rehab program and looking for the next level in recovery or you want to try outpatient treatment as a first step, Peace Valley Recovery offers a number of therapy options.

Individual therapy provides you a chance to truly come to understand the root causes of your substance abuse and addiction, discuss triggers or other factors in a confidential, caring environment and begin to understand how coping skills can play a role in your new sober lifestyle.

Group therapy allows you to hear about the recovery journeys of others, which can be inspiring or provide opportunities to learn from them. It’s also a time when you may be able to put coping skills to practice in social interactions or role-play within a safe, peaceful environment.

Recreational therapy puts the power of play and exercise to work, helping you build confidence and learn new coping skills as you engage in hobbies, sports or other activities.

Family therapy involves your loved ones appropriately in treatment. This allows them to learn how to best support you throughout recovery but also provides them with a setting where they can begin to heal, too. When someone in a family is struggling with addiction, the entire family is usually suffering as well.

Education about nutrition, medication, exercise, life skills and other topics can help you broaden your horizons, learn even more coping skills and find ways to drive more positive outcomes in your post-rehab life.

Learn More About Our Rehab Services Today

At Peace Valley Recovery, we understand the importance of the individual in treatment, which is why we work with you to create a plan that works for you. That might mean combining options like group, individual and recreational therapy in IOP sessions several times a week, or you might be ready to step down from a structured support system and follow up with twice-monthly individual therapy appointments somewhere. We believe that individualized treatment that takes your opinions and concerns into account is critical to long-term success with sobriety.

Don’t assume you know what treatment looks like because you’ve seen it portrayed on television or your friend told you about their time in a detox program. The truth is that each person’s addiction therapy program and recovery looks a little different. Call us today to begin talking about what treatment will look like for you.