We are dedicated. We are experienced. We are professional. But you will read these words if you go to any treatment center’s website.
We are DIFFERENT. Here is why…
We don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. People are different and their addiction experience is different. Therefore, our approach is to treat the individual and utilize the treatment techniques that work best for YOU. Not for the masses, but for YOU.
We are able to individualize our treatment by thoroughly assessing each client individually. We offer many different treatment modalities once we determine where an individual is at with their own addiction cycle.
Bel Aire Recovery Center’s Clinical Team bases much of your recovery in brain-based treatment. There have been many breakthroughs made in neuroscience, and we have discovered the brain can repair itself. What does this mean for addiction treatment?
Many of us have habits we have developed and those habits create a path in our brain to support that habit. The more we engage in the habit, the stronger the path becomes. Picture a well-worn path to a lake or special spot in the woods. Your brain has been trained to do a particular behavior so strongly that it avoids other paths. This has led to an addictive cycle. However, with intensive brain-based treatment, we can create NEW pathways. These pathways will include healthy choices that will bring pleasure in sober living. We can help you or your loved one to retrain the brain!
We believe that in order for addiction treatment to be successful, the chemical and physical aspects of the brain must be considered. We integrate this with counseling, support groups, exercise, spirituality and nutrition for a whole person approach.
Improve the lives we touch.
We are committed to achieving our mission by staying steadfast in these values:
Addiction has a way of taking over your life, making you feel like you’re living in a dark place all alone. At Bel Aire Recovery Center, we know how to walk with you through the darkness and help you find hope and tools to get to the other side. We also know there is more to your story than your current struggle with addiction. We believe you can rebuild your life…and we can help.
“Alcohol was not my problem. My problem was that alcohol was my solution.” – Anonymous
We believe that addiction primarily develops as an attempt to solve a problem or ease pain or discomfort. Because of this, we approach your treatment with both a strong focus on achieving sobriety, and also on building skills to begin to heal the root cause of the addiction and subsequently prevent relapse.
Brain-based recovery offers real hope and useful tools to anyone struggling with addiction.
Brain-based recovery begins with a simple understanding of how your brain developed and responded to stress or trauma in your life. It continues to explain how your brain, mind, and body responded further to the use of drugs or alcohol – as a way to ease that stress or pain. This understanding of how your brain adapts can go a long way in explaining how and why addiction took over.
In the same way that brain-based recovery sheds light on how the addiction progressed, it can also show you the way out of your addiction and into a state of renewal – a way to rebuild your life. This rebuilding is made possible by the renewal of neural networks within your brain. This process is called neuroplasticity – it is your brain’s capacity to continuously remodel itself.
Integrating brain-based recovery principles with solid recovery practices combined with our focus on YOU is what makes us different.
The Link Between Trauma and Substance Abuse:
Bel Aire Recovery Center works with each individual where they are, understanding that symptoms of anxiety, depression, PTSD, and substance abuse can often be the by product of untreated or unresolved trauma. Often, the right question and approach for working with and in collaboration with trauma-survivors is finding out what has happened to each individual or family.
Trauma can be described as an event or series of events that have both short-term and long-term effects in our residents’ lives. How they have experienced those events are often psychologically distressing, life-changing, and even life-threatening. In certain situations, substance use and abuse can even be a trauma-response to such adversity.
Any of the following experiences can be traumatic:
Bel Aire Recovery Center integrates trauma-informed treatment and weekly therapy into our residents brain-based substance abuse program. Trauma-informed treatment meets residents where they are, without judgement by starting to identify the areas of life and relationships that have been experienced as traumatic.
Common signs of unresolved or untreated trauma can be:
Our team of clinical professionals bring trauma-informed, strengths-based and culturally-relevant approaches to working in collaboration with our residents to develop therapeutic interventions that provide education, relief , accountability and healing to those we serve. Therapeutic and counseling evidence-based interventions include accelerated resolution therapy, CBT, DBT, positive psychology, psychosynthesis, seeking safety, mindfulness-based therapy, art, meditation, and anger management.
Each resident with identified trauma is provided both a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist as part of their treatment team and recovery experience.
Should you have clinical questions or need further information, please contact: Jean A. Rhea, LCMFT (KS), LMFT (CA), MS.
At Bel Aire Recovery Center, we seek to listen and learn. To understand and educate. To provide hope and tools.
At Bel Aire Recovery Center, we listen to your story and learn where you most need support – physically, emotionally, spiritually, in your relationships, or a combination of all those things.
We provide integrated and individualized treatment that works: