Therapy For Young Men in GA

When it comes to GA drug and alcohol addiction treatment, well-rounded, evidence-based programs produce the best sobriety outcomes. Having refined our addiction therapies over nearly a decade, Cannan Valley Farm incorporates individual and group therapy approaches at our 3-Step Smoky Mountain residential treatment center.

Therapy for Young Men in GA

As you begin GA addiction recovery, CVF’s individual therapy program helps you take a concentrated, inward look at the issues surrounding your substance misuse patterns. Together, you and your therapist dig deep to uncover psychological issues like trauma, guilt, compulsive behavior, anxiety, depression, and shame. Over time, you learn to overcome these issues, work through your feelings, and identify your personal motivation for pursuing sobriety. Individual therapy allows CVF clients to:

  • Develop transparency & accountability
  • Schedule sessions around personal program requirements
  • Build strong relationships with substance misuse counselors
  • Keep information private & outside of the group setting
  • Address co-occurring mental health disorders alongside addiction
Group Addiction Therapy in GA

Group therapy meetings take place in a 
gender-specific environment and allow participants to:

  • See themselves in others
  • Provide & receive feedback about potential “blind spots”
  • Develop the ability to share feelings & experiences in healthy ways
Group & Individual Addiction Therapy in Georgia
Transformation begins when you take the first step to enrolling in our 30-, 60-, or 90-day residential treatment programs. Cannan Valley Farm integrates sleeping quarters, treatment, and recovery-related facilities into one 184-acre location. Our addiction specialists support mind, body, and spirit healing during individual and group therapy sessions, and guests participate in gender-specific programs that allow them to relax and be open with therapists and co-participants. To learn more about therapy modalities at our 3-Step recovery program, call (800) 943-1677 or contact us online.