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806 S 1040 W
Payson, UT 84651
Alt. Phone: 1-801-465-8004
Utah Inpatient Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment
Residential Treatment – Our inpatient Utah drug rehab program is simply what the title implies: it involves the client to stay with us for a short time so help is at hand at all hours. The time that you or your loved one attends the intensive inpatient stay, you will have peace of mind to know that medical staff as well as therapists, aides and social workers back you in the fight against addiction. This kind of help is necessary for wiping the slate clean and preventing immediate relapse that is so critical in the first month.
Dual Diagnosis is common among substance abusers. Dual diagnosis therapy in this context basically means that the diagnosis of the patient may involve treatment for more than one mental obstacle including drug addiction or alcohol addiction. For those who come seeking help with chemical addictions, the most common diagnosis that parallels alcohol addiction and drug addiction is depression.
Internal Family Systems: an integrative model that believes each sub-personality of the mind possesses its own characteristics and perceptions ("parts"). These parts play a distinct role in achieving self-preservation. Every part within a person is responsible for either setting healthy boundaries or can result in acquiring dysfunction and/or disharmony in behaviors, actions or reactions. Any extreme negative roles developed require transformation through the therapeutic process.
Parent Child Interaction: a solution-based model where the parent-child relationship is transformed between the two parties. Parents learn and become empowered with techniques to allow them to provide a beneficial environment of caring and nurturing without becoming an enabler to their child. Furthermore, the child learns to relinquish negative behaviors in favor of a pro-social, positive behavior.
Multi-Generational Transmission Process: entails how the family’s emotional processes and projections are maintained over generations. The family’s particular ideology and idiosyncrasies are passed on over generations reinforcing the beliefs of the often negative and dysfunctional behavioral patterns unchallenged or further evaluated.
Functional Family: a family-oriented approach helping the family cope with the difficult underlying causes and conditions brought on by addiction. Through various strategies, negative behaviors that lead to serious effects from maladaptive behaviors are cut off and a more pleasant home life is discovered.
Solution-based: a systematic approach dividing up client goals/crisis into smaller more manageable portions focusing on what the client wants to work on and can immediately accomplish.
Payson Drug Rehab Program