Addiction impacts the entire family and Canaan Valley Farm is committed to providing support to the loved ones of those entering treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. Research shows that long-term recovery success rates are increased when the entire family is involved in the addiction recovery process.
Goals of Therapy for the Family
Our family program at Canaan Valley Farm is designed to enable your loved one to partake in your recovery while you yourself explore your own journey — and all the while healing the connection between relationships. To this end, our caring and credentialed staff will help you and the members of your family:
- Improve communication. You’ll learn how to communicate with one another in a healthy and empathetic way and to develop strategies for reduced conflict and better problem solving.
- Avoid unhealthy patterns. Increased understanding of healthy boundaries and family patterns and dynamics is a crucial part of family therapy. You’ll learn why enabling and codependent relationships are dangerous to your sobriety – and how to avoid these and more destructive relationship patterns.
- Heal emotional scars. You’ll address any hostility and negativity felt by you or your loved ones and take steps to recover from any emotional trauma brought on by your active addiction.
Our Family Program: What to Expect
To help our clients achieve insight and maintain healthy relationships as they begin own journey toward recovery, participants take part in the following activities:
- Group therapy
- Personal exercises
- Communication skills development
Reach Out About Our Family Program
At Cannan Valley Farm, we strive to make you and your loved ones feel embraced and supported during your entire recovery process. To learn more about how our Georgia rehab facility can provide the best addiction therapy for all of those involved, call us today. You can reach us toll-free at (800) 943-1677. Additionally, Canaan Valley Farm proudly partners with FASFA United, offering a wide range of services and resources for family members of those suffering from addiction.