A Hero’s Journey
In treating addiction, creating reasonable coping strategies is of the utmost importance. Therapists use CBT as a vehicle to identify current habits and to analyze triggers of specific behaviors. When individuals are presented with both the positive and negative consequences of their behaviors, they are better able to self-monitor their moods, cravings, and reactions.
RECO follows the individual’s entire story—from birth to adulthood—and recognizes that in order for transformation to take place, one must first understand his/her own past.
They must recognize that each crossroads in life contains valuable information for self-discovery and acceptance. Individuals who are able to make the connections between their past and present are better able to recognize patterns and understand the trajectory of their lives. In order to change a thought or behavior pattern, the individual must take time to realize how those patterns have affected their lives over time.
Every story has a hero. Every story presents the question: “Who is the hero?”
Every individual has the opportunity to decide: “Will I be the hero or the victim of my story?”
In “A Hero’s Journey,” we uncover the answers to these questions, while encouraging participation in an open, supportive forum.
Other group therapies we offer.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Rational Existential Therapy
Nutrition & Healthy Lifestyle
Trauma of Addiction
Creative & Expressive Arts
Yin & Vinyasa Yoga
Family Systems & Support
Sexual Issues in Addiction & Recovery
Behind the Barracks
A Hero’s Journey
Highest Standards & Best Practices
At RECO Institute, we strive to uphold and maintain the highest standards in sober living quality and accreditation.