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Family Therapy

Family Therapy

For many of those who struggle with addiction, substance use issues lead to conflicts with loved ones. Families can be impacted by addiction in myriad ways, and the most effective dual diagnosis treatment programs for drug and alcohol addiction take these issues into account. Family therapy is one way that Northpoint Recovery Omaha supports our patients. Through sessions with an experienced therapist, you’ll discover new ways to communicate with loved ones and solve conflicts. Our dual diagnosis treatment center in Omaha, Nebraska is committed to supporting our patients every step of the way on the road to recovery. You might dream of having close-knit relationships with your parents, siblings, partner, children, and other relatives. To build a strong foundation for your life in recovery, consider family therapy.

Learn more about our family therapy program and begin the road to recovery by connecting with the Northpoint Recovery Omaha team today at 402.685.9404.

What Is Family Therapy?

In a family, each member contributes, and each member receives. But family life is rarely perfectly balanced. The family is a system, and the actions of each member—like substance abuse, for example—affect others in the family. And when a family is off-kilter, family therapy can help immensely for loved ones to find equilibrium.

Family therapy is not a substitute for other therapies and approaches to addiction treatment. Instead, it complements these other approaches. Combined with group therapy, one-on-one cognitive-behavioral therapy, and interventions for mental health concerns, family therapy can help our patients as they heal in every aspect of their lives.

Counseling aims to promote collaboration among family members to solve the problems of one or more individuals. It can also help family members understand one another better and learn coping skills to bring them closer together.

What to Expect in Family Therapy

While what happens in a family therapy session will depend on your family’s unique situation, there are a few things you can come to expect.

Sessions will typically last for about an hour, and you’ll meet regularly for as long as several months. Your therapist will likely ask some questions and bring up certain topics. These might include:

  • Mental health issues like depression and anxiety
  • How substance abuse has impacted family members
  • Ways to handle conflict between family members

You’ll learn about how your family solves problems and the patterns that contribute to conflict. Your therapist will help you talk openly about challenging issues and discover ways to care for each other best.

Family therapy can be an incredibly helpful part of your journey to recovery—learn more about it today.

Learn More About Family Counseling at Northpoint Recovery Omaha

Our family therapy program in Omaha, Nebraska is here to support you and your loved ones on the road to recovery. Participate in sessions in our peaceful center. Learn about the coping skills and strategies that can promote lasting recovery as well as healthy relationships between loved ones.

At Northpoint Recovery Omaha, family therapy is just one of the interventions we offer. Our outpatient treatment programs are tailored to each client’s needs. Some of the treatment programs we offer include:

  • Partial hospitalization program – Our most intensive level of care involves daily group therapy sessions, one-on-one counseling, and consistent support
  • Intensive outpatient program – This level of care provides ongoing support as patients begin to return to their everyday lives
  • Dual diagnosis treatment – We support patients with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders through targeted care
  • Aftercare – Even after completing a treatment program, our patients can stay connected to our ever-expanding alumni network

Addiction can impact your whole family, which is why addiction treatment needs to as well. Contact Northpoint Recovery Omaha at 402.685.9404 or reach out to us online to learn more.