What is 1-on-1 Therapy?

1-on-1 Therapy takes place twice a week in an office setting. This therapy addresses the underlying root causes of addiction in a one on one setting, using a collective set of therapeutic interventions. These interventions remove the variables which created the client’s predisposition for chemical dependency. The client is exposed to a powerful and invasive process which promotes well being, mindfulness, and integration of treatment concepts into daily life.

1-on-1 results:

• Clear Strategies for Sustained Recovery
• Insights that Promotes Wellness
• Understanding of Predisposition
• Personal Mastery

Why 1-on-1 Therapy to Treat Addiction?

Understanding addiction’s root causes and creating strategies to overcome them are essential steps in achieving lasting recovery. 1-on-1 Therapy is facilitated by the same therapist conducting Addiction Education. This allows the therapist to maintain a constant insight on his clients and therefore design an individualized treatment plan.

“Individual Therapy put a face to my disease. It gave me power. By understanding how it works, I’m freed from its grips.” –
Tom C., Graduate

Geoffery Blaylock

CLINICAL DIRECTOR

With over eight years of experience in counseling and lecturing on Chemical Dependency, Geoffrey has developed a great understanding of and appreciation for the importance of educating men in relation to the biological, psychological and social dynamics of addiction.

 

Geoffery Blaylock

CLINICAL DIRECTOR

With a rich and impressive history as a college athlete, a US Navy SEAL Team member, and a triathlete, Neil most certainly has proven that he can “walk the walk”…With over eight years of experience in counseling and lecturing on Chemical Dependency, Geoffrey has developed a great understanding of and appreciation for the importance of educating… With over eight years of experience in counseling and lecturing on Chemical Dependency, Geoffrey has developed a great understanding of and appreciation for the importance of educating men in relation to the biological, psychological and social dynamics of addiction.