Levels of Care.

At The Redpoint Center we believe that recovery is a process, not an event. Because of this, we structure our levels of care based on clinical necessity and the client’s readiness to move forward in life. Whether you or your loved one is coming to us as part of an aftercare plan from a residential facility, or you are looking for a healthy addition to your already busy schedule, the team at Redpoint is confident that we can develop a treatment plan to support you.

 

WHAT WE TREAT

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Our Program.

DBT

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a behavioral treatment method developed by Marsha Linehan, PhD, ABPP. It’s the therapeutic platform from which we provide individual psychotherapy and group skills training sessions, all designed to help our clients learn and use new skills and strategies to cultivate a life worth living and fighting for. At The Redpoint Center, our therapeutic goal is to develop skills like mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness for each of our clients, and subsequently empower them to create a new reality for themselves.

 

Case Management

Overwhelming or discouraging life circumstances often accompany those that are seeking treatment for a substance abuse issue, and are usually the driving force behind the decision in the first place. Given this understanding, The Redpoint Center places a strong emphasis on a comprehensive approach to the management of each case/individual we treat. Whether it be strained personal relationships, problems with employers or educational institutions, consequences with the law or financial difficulties, our team of professionals is available to help reconcile these issues. Our case management team’s primary role is to help our clients identify problematic areas in their lives, and to provide the support and resources necessary to course-correct these areas.

 

Individual Therapy

In conjunction with the therapeutic exercises that take place in a group setting, The Redpoint Center believes it is imperative that each client has the opportunity to work with a therapist, one-on-one. These sessions create an opportunity to dive deeper into the issues that will inevitably arise in a group setting and in day-to-day life. Our goal is to create an atmosphere of absolute safety and trust as we unveil the root causes and conditions associated with disordered and harmful behaviors.

 

Trauma Therapy and Healing

At The Redpoint Center we understand that destructive behavior patterns and a negative view of one’s-self do not just happen by accident or are the result of a mere moral failing. We believe that these patterns and belief systems are learned through life circumstance and can be traced back to a specific moment or period in someone’s life. Evidence suggests that until someone can have a clear understanding of where these behaviors and beliefs came from, it is supremely difficult to change them. Our approach to this issue is structured in a phasing-up process which our clients can safely engage in the work.

 

Meditation and Spirituality

The team at The Redpoint Center and a wealth of therapeutic evidence suggest the efficacy of a strong meditation practice. Substance abuse inherently breeds chaos and disconnection and a meditative practice is shown to serve up the opposite. With an innumerable number of interpretations, simply put, meditation can be defined as a practice where an individual focuses his or her mind on a particular object, thought or activity to achieve a mentally clear and emotionally calm state. Our goal, is to create opportunity for our clients to explore meditation and spiritual expression in a way that resonates with them.

 

Motivational Interviewing

At Redpoint, we recognize that facing the challenges of early recovery can be overwhelming, and can leave someone feeling paralyzed as to where to start. This is why our therapeutic support includes motivational interviewing. Motivational interviewing is a psychotherapeutic approach that attempts to move an individual away from a state of indecision or uncertainty and towards finding motivation to making positive decisions and accomplishing established goals.

 

Educational/Vocational Planning

Because of the way drugs and alcohol effect the brain, substance use disorder will often handicap the educational and professional aspirations of the user. When an individual in early recovery is attempting to start over, they may be doing that in the face of some difficult consequences. In response to this reality, Redpoint’s case management team is committed to helping its clients navigate their way back to the path of progress.

 

12-Step Immersion

At The Redpoint Center we believe that simply abstaining from mind altering substances is not a sufficient or worth-while goal. Our objective to motivate our clients to find a community that supports and champions a life of vitality and connection. Though by no means a requirement of the program, our team recognizes and endorses the strength of a 12-step community, and the inherent value of its program.

Medication-Assisted Therapy

Substance use disorder can have a dramatic and sometimes devastating effect on a user’s neurochemistry. For years, medical professionals have been attempting to find a solution to this complex and delicate issue, with varying degrees of success. Yet, in recent years the medical field has made significant advancements in the treatments available for those trying to heal. The Redpoint team is here to first, conduct a thorough assessment to identify each client’s needs both therapeutically and medically. If it is then determined that an individual could potentially benefit from medication assisted treatment, we are able to educate our clients and connect them with a medical professional, so they can choose the best course of action for themselves.

 

Experiential Groups

The clinical team at Redpoint believes that if a client is going to apply new recovery skills into his/her life, they must have an opportunity to practice them. This is why our clients participate in experiential groups. These groups take an individual out of education and into application. Common examples found in our treatment setting include, equine therapy, adventure based therapy and role-play exercises in psychodrama therapy.

 

Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention

At The Redpoint Center, we believe that relapse, like recovery, is not a singular event as much as it is a process. Taking on a new way of thinking and posturing one-self towards life is no small task, and certainly doesn’t happen overnight. Therefore, it is no surprise when an individual reverts back to a way of thinking that feels familiar; however harmful it may be. In response to this, our team will instill mindfulness based skills to our clients as a means of safeguarding them from these mental slip ups. Mindfulness serves as a powerful anchor to the present moment and to the reality that an individual is safe and that using substances will not fix but only accentuate a distressful, presenting issue. These skills take time to develop, yet in time they can become a powerful and working part of the mind.

 

Yoga

Being active in the abuse of harmful substances, an individual is inherently disconnecting from their body and wellbeing. Conversely, reconnecting with your body is of paramount importance as you begin to live a more conscious and connected life. The practice of Yoga has been around for centuries and has only recently been brought to the Western World. As our culture has familiarized itself to this ancient practice researchers have discovered a vast number of benefits; many of which translate to the healing process of recovery.

 

Family Services

At The Redpoint Center, we fundamentally believes that Substance Use Disorder treatment that does not take into account, and provide targeted services for families is inadequate to the task of helping family systems find recovery. Families or participants designated “chosen family” will have access to a family advocate who will communicate with each family no less than 30 minutes per week. Following the participants progress through the program, a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) will be retained so that each participant and their loved ones may participate in a family reunification process.

 

Grief, Loss and Shame Work

The experience of grief, loss and shame are common among people seeking to recover from a substance abuse issue. These emotions possess the power to keep someone stuck, and perpetuate the cycle of abuse. This is why the team at Redpoint tackles these emotions head-on to begin the process healing. It is important that clients are given the opportunity to mourn in a healthy and safe environment and to start the process of honoring their experience and forgiving themselves. We believe that it is not until someone can accomplish this, that they can truly move on.

 

Positive Psychology

The clinical team at Redpoint endorses and employs the principles of positive psychology in its programming. Positive Psychology is the scientific study of the strengths that enable individuals and communities to thrive. The field is founded on the belief that people want to lead meaningful and fulfilling lives, to cultivate what is best within themselves, and to enhance their experiences of love, work, and play.

 

Community Service

When an individual is in the throws of active substance use disorder, it is nearly impossible for them to consider the needs of the people around them. It is difficult for the user to think of or even see anything beyond that next drink or drug. This is why The Redpoint Center gives its clients opportunity to be of service to their local community. It inherently combats the selfish nature of SUD and broadens ones perspective. Although this component of our program may be met with resistance, therapeutic research indicates that service work is an integral part in building self-esteem and a new way of thinking about the world.

 

Adventure-Based Programming

At The Redpoint Center we believe that being in the great outdoors and detached from the luxuries of everyday life create unique opportunities to inquire within. In short, when someone is removed from identifying and familiar stimulus, that person has the opportunity to take stock of who they really are, without distraction, and who they would like to become, moving forward. Redpoint offers experiences like this under the guidance of licensed professionals, in a framework that illuminates the applicability of each lesson on and off the trail.

We are here to help.

Contact us today to get started on your journey.

(888) 509-3153