At Villa Oasis, we understand that there are many paths to achieving sustainable recovery, and we support our clients in choosing the best path for themselves.
Our goal is to empower residents to take charge of their lives and behaviors by exercising choice and experiencing their own agency, as well as showing each person their value and ability to give back to the world. The methods that we offer can show residents that there really aren’t any insurmountable obstacles between them and their recovery, or between them and a good, sustained, and sober life afterward.
Our treatments are linked to local 12-step communities, encouraging our residents to maintain sobriety and support each other through addiction recovery.
Another evidenced-based therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy is used to change a person’s way of thinking to get a better and deeper understanding of their behaviors.
Dialectical behavior therapy is an evidence-based therapy all about accepting opposing viewpoints within one’s self. DBT is all about staying in the moment to bring about change.
A little self-confidence can go a long way, and that’s the goal of equine therapy. By having experiential moments with horses, residents can learn to regulate their emotions and deepen their responsibility.
Addiction recovery in the individual works best when the person recovering can come home to a supportive family. Family systems therapy aims to provide those going through addiction treatment with the support they need.
Mindfulness is about trying to stay in the present moment. Our mindfulness practices include meditation and yoga to try and center individuals as they reflect on their recovery.
Our practice incorporates a multi-disciplinary approach that recognizes the unique and complex background of each resident which creates an effective and efficient treatment that identifies the problems at their roots and lays the foundation for long-lasting recovery.
Our holistic treatment methods are also based on the notion of wholeness and encompasses healing for all aspects of the resident’s wellbeing.
Our approach includes:
Our methods equip us to recognize dual diagnoses, also known as co-occurring disorders.
Dual diagnosis treatment ensues an individual gets the best chance at recovery when an addiction coincides with another mental health issue like:
This can make recovery complex, given that both issues must be treated conjointly to ensure a balanced and successful recovery. It is much more effective to recognize the presence of a dual diagnosis rather than assuming the addiction doesn’t coincide with other conditions.