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Fitness Therapy

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What You Can Expect

Physcial therapy is one of the most common and hollistic activities that can quickly help reduce stress and emotional pain from long term substance abuse. At My Time Recovery, we start working with patients as soon as they’ve been medically stabilized and are placed in a residential or inpatient treatment setting. Treatments are designed to address any pain-related issues the patient might have, and puts a heavy emphasis on strength training. We are proud to offer clients a variety of different physical therapies designed to help those suffering from loss of motivation to mental fogginess. 

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The Experience

Treatment Therapies​

Trauma
Therapy

Specialized Program for Treatment of Addiction Trauma My Time Recovery offers a specialized program for individuals who are struggling..
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Adventure
Therapy

Adventure therapy is an actively engaged client experience to improve mental health. We believes that learning how to enjoy life sober…
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EMDR
Therapy

EDMR Eye Movement Desensitization and reprocessing (EDMR) therapy helps to treat the emotional symptoms that occur following trauma…

Yoga
Therapy

Yoga therapy will apply wisdom about the wellness of mind, body, and spirit to those suffering from or recovering from addiction. Through utilizing breath…

Art
Therapy

Art therapy is an expressive therapy that assists individuals in expressing thoughts and feelings which can not be say with words.
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Sound
Therapy

Sound therapy provides the space for integration, bringing the mind and body into a profound level of peace and inner quiet.
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Fitness
Therapy

Physical therapy is a hollistic activities that can quickly help reduce stress and emotional pain from long term substance abuse.
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CBT
Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy focuses on changing negative thinking patterns and developing new, more positive patterns.