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At Avanti, we recognize that your path to recovery from addiction and substance abuse is as unique as you are. With our exclusive cognitive and adjunct therapies, meticulously tailored to your individual needs, we offer a holistic approach to guide you towards complete healing and recovery.

Our team of compassionate experts, equipped with a deep understanding of the complexities surrounding addiction, will walk beside you every step of the way. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of our serene environment, designed to rejuvenate and restore. Trust in our unwavering commitment to your well-being as we provide unparalleled support on your journey to a life free from the chains of addiction. At Avanti, your holistic transformation is our highest priority.

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Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT):

This is often used to treat addictions as it can help clients understand the thoughts, beliefs, and behaviours that lead to substance abuse and how to change them. The therapist helps the patient identify problematic patterns of thinking, develop coping strategies, and learn new skills to manage stress and prevent relapse.
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Motivational Interviewing (MI):

MI is a counselling style designed to elicit and strengthen motivation for change. It is often used with clients who are ambivalent or resistant to change. MI involves empathetic listening and avoids confrontation, instead encouraging individuals to talk about their own reasons for change and their plan for accomplishing it.
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Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT):

DBT is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy that focuses on the psychosocial aspects of treatment. It is used to treat severe and chronic disorders, including substance use disorder. DBT teaches clients four sets of behavioural skills: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
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Contingency Management (CM):

CM uses positive reinforcement to encourage sobriety. Clients are rewarded for abstaining from drugs or alcohol, often through vouchers or prizes.
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12-Step Facilitation Therapy:

This approach is commonly used with groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). It’s a type of talk therapy that aims to encourage acceptance of addiction as a chronic, relapsing illness requiring lifelong abstinence and participation in recovery groups.
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Family and Couples Therapy:

Substance abuse doesn’t only affect the individual struggling with addiction, but also their family and partners. Involving family and significant others in therapy can help address relational issues related to the addiction and improve the effectiveness of the treatment.
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Mindfulness-Based Therapies:

Techniques such as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) can help individuals become more aware of their thoughts and feelings without becoming overwhelmed by them. This can be particularly useful for managing cravings and reducing the risk of relapse
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Matrix Model:

This is a multi-faceted therapeutic approach designed for treatment of stimulant addiction. It combines various therapeutic techniques including cognitive-behavioural therapy, family education, individual counselling, and 12-step support.
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Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA):

CRA is a cognitive-behavioral program that emphasizes the role of environmental contingencies in encouraging or discouraging drinking or drug use. It seeks to rearrange these contingencies so that clean and sober behaviour is more rewarding than using substances.
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Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT):

SFBT focuses on finding solutions in the present time and exploring one’s hope for the future to find quicker resolution of one’s problems. This approach assumes that the patient is the expert and helps them to construct a concrete vision of a preferred future for themselves.
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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT):

ACT uses strategies of mindfulness, acceptance of emotional experience, and commitment to personal values to help individuals overcome substance abuse.
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Narrative Therapy:

This approach helps individuals to reframe their life story in a more positive light, which can help them to overcome obstacles such as substance abuse.
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Art Therapy

In art therapy, individuals are encouraged to express their thoughts and feelings through creative activities. This can be particularly useful for those who struggle to articulate their experiences verbally.

Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT):

This is often used to treat addictions as it can help clients understand the thoughts, beliefs, and behaviours that lead to substance abuse and how to change them. The therapist helps the patient identify problematic patterns of thinking, develop coping strategies, and learn new skills to manage stress and prevent relapse.

Motivational Interviewing (MI):

MI is a counselling style designed to elicit and strengthen motivation for change. It is often used with clients who are ambivalent or resistant to change. MI involves empathetic listening and avoids confrontation, instead encouraging individuals to talk about their own reasons for change and their plan for accomplishing it.

Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT):

DBT is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy that focuses on the psychosocial aspects of treatment. It is used to treat severe and chronic disorders, including substance use disorder. DBT teaches clients four sets of behavioural skills: mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.

Contingency Management (CM):

CM uses positive reinforcement to encourage sobriety. Clients are rewarded for abstaining from drugs or alcohol, often through vouchers or prizes.

12-Step Facilitation Therapy:

This approach is commonly used with groups such as Alcoholics
Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). It’s a type of
talk therapy that aims to encourage acceptance of addiction
as a chronic, relapsing illness requiring lifelong abstinence and
participation in recovery groups

Family and Couples Therapy:

Substance abuse doesn’t only affect the individual struggling with addiction, but also their family and partners. Involving family and significant others in therapy can help address relational issues related to the addiction and improve the effectiveness of the treatment.

Mindfulness-Based Therapies:

Techniques such as Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) can help individuals become more aware of their thoughts and feelings without becoming overwhelmed by them. This can be particularly useful for managing cravings and reducing the risk of relapse

Matrix Model:

This is a multi-faceted therapeutic approach designed for treatment of stimulant addiction. It combines various therapeutic techniques including cognitive-behavioural therapy, family education, individual counselling, and 12-step support.

Community Reinforcement Approach (CRA):

CRA is a cognitive-behavioral program that emphasizes the role of environmental contingencies in encouraging or discouraging drinking or drug use. It seeks to rearrange these contingencies so that clean and sober behaviour is more rewarding than using substances.

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT):

SFBT focuses on finding solutions in the present time and exploring one’s hope for the future to find quicker resolution of one’s problems. This approach assumes that the patient is the expert and helps them to construct a concrete vision of a preferred future for themselves.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT):

ACT uses strategies of mindfulness, acceptance of emotional experience, and commitment to personal values to help individuals overcome substance abuse.

Narrative Therapy:

This approach helps individuals to reframe their life story in a more positive light, which can help them to overcome obstacles such as substance abuse.

Art Therapy

In art therapy, individuals are encouraged to express their thoughts and feelings through creative activities. This can be particularly useful for those who struggle to articulate their experiences verbally.

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If you or your loved one is seeking superior care for addiction and a transformative healing experience, reach out to Avanti today. Our compassionate team is committed to guiding you towards a brighter, healthier future, free from the constraints of addiction. Take that crucial first step towards recovery and commence your journey of renewal with Avanti.
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