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Methods of psychotherapy
The need for psychotherapeutic intervention during the treatment and rehabilitation of people is due to nature of disease, which causes severe disorders at all levels and in all areas of life - physical, psychological, spiritual, social.
Body-oriented psychotherapy
Body-oriented psychotherapy allows you to work with the patient's problems ("frozen" feelings syndrome, psycho-emotional stress) through body contact procedures. The body is the shortest path to the unconscious, and therefore to the root of the problems. After undergoing a course of body-oriented psychotherapy, patients have increased self-confidence and self-esteem. A kind of bridge is built between actions and emotions. A person becomes more open, sociable, stress-resistant.

Body-oriented psychotherapy allows patients understand the sensory part of their personality, makes it possible to master the necessary skills of self-control and understand the basic principles and advantages of sober life. In addition, the methods used may be relevant in the treatment of psychosomatic disorders, which led to unresolved emotional problems. You need to understand that this is not a medical medical massage, where the pain and muscle tension in the place of the "application of the hands" of the masseur are mainly relieved, and not manual therapy aimed at working with the musculoskeletal system and muscle corset. This is a completely independent technique, which includes non-contact effects on the body (breathing practices, physical exercises).

There are no strict contraindications to body-oriented psychotherapy. But, as in the case of other methods, this technique requires caution in the presence of psychiatric diseases in the patient.
Psychotherapeutic help
As part of psychotherapeutic assistance, psychologists conduct interviews with the goal of determining the patient's reasons of abuse, identifying the main causes and triggers of habit; disclosure of "false" attitudes and beliefs of the patient, contributing to the continuation of his addictive behavior, or the resumption of abuse after a long period of sobriety. At this time, issues of intra-family relations are being discussed, as family members can be involuntary "provocateurs."
Rehabilitation work
During rehabilitation work, the eclectic approach to psychotherapy is the most effective, i.e. a combination of various methods of psychotherapeutic assistance.

Personal psychologist
Each patient is accompanied by a personal psychologist during treatment, who advises him the better way. Group exercises help a person understand that everything that happens to him (his fears, uncomfortable state) is the normal and you just need to overcome it. In personal conversation with a psychologist, a person works out the problems that led to his abuse, which prevent him from enjoying life. Often the patient himself does not realize that he is worried, and only an experienced specialist can help him understand himself.
Autogenic training
Autogenic training is a psychotherapeutic treatment method that combines elements of self-hypnosis and self-regulation of impaired body functions. It is used for active self-regulation in the treatment of substance addiction, its goal is to combat emotional overstrain, and restore vegetative disorders.

Art therapy
Art therapy is a direction of psychotherapy based on the use of visual arts. Art-therapeutic methods are addressed to the healthy part of the personality; by virtue of its metaphorical and figurative nature, art therapy allows you to overcome verbal difficulties in expressing your problems, allows you to gently but effectively work with your experiences, and not only share them, see them, but also be aware and shape your attitude towards them. Classes are easily accepted by patients, the methods of psychotherapy used in "lessons" contribute to increasing interest in one's inner life, forming a positive self-esteem, developing creative abilities, and the ability to solve social problems, as a rule, which do not have an unambiguous solution, which is productive in working with any kind of addiction
Suggestive therapy
Suggestive therapy is based on the principles of suggestion and persuasion. The ban of abuse is enshrined by creating a steady fear of what will happen if person will get back to abuse
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is aimed at changing life values, behavioral patterns, habitual emotional reactions. The methods of psychotherapy used in the patient form a new attitude based on more adequate views on the surrounding reality and self-image. Directly in the process of treatment, the patient learns rational thinking.
Gestalt therapy
The goal of gestalt therapy is to develop a patient's easier access to their own needs, feelings and experiences, develop their ability to manage destructive emotions (fear, guilt, resentment, aggression, etc.), and the ability to interrupt unwanted contacts, restore the ability to maintain relationships in conflicts with a significant object, etc.
The method of group psychotherapy
In order to increase the effectiveness of psychotherapeutic methods, the group psychotherapy method is widely used. Group classes have the main advantage - in groups there is a much more effective opposition to attempts to justify their use for any of its members. A common problem in the form of use links the interests and goals of patients. In this case, it becomes much easier for each participant in group psychotherapy to start talking and discussing their difficulties, problems, asking questions and receiving answers and advice. Thus, patients have the opportunity to look at themselves and their problems "from the side", not to feel their loneliness and powerlessness. Joint work on various issues and aspects of life helps patients participating in group therapy sessions to evaluate themselves differently and look at their behavior. Achieving a special atmosphere of trust and mutual respect contributes to the development of a different lifestyle, with certain goals for recovery. Such aspirations allow you to believe in yourself and your abilities.
One type of group psychotherapy is kinotherapy. This method allows you to combine art and psychology into an effective tool for self-knowledge and personal growth. It happens that a person is not comfortable talking about his problems and about himself, but he can quite calmly and sincerely talk about the heroes of the film — empathize with them, take their side, or vice versa — consider their opinions and actions erroneous. In other words, unlike other methods of psychotherapy that require voicing problems in the first person, it is easy to discuss the actions of others here. An experienced psychologist in this "mirror" sees the personality problems of a person and helps him to speak them out.
Family therapy
A great deal of attention in the treatment of addictions is given to methods of family psychotherapy, the main tasks of which are: identification of the main conflicts of spouses, reconstruction of family relationships, work with co-dependence, adapting the family to the sobriety regime, strengthening the patient's attitude to sobriety, etc.
What happens to our patients through psychotherapy?
  • The patient's attitude to himself and his illness is changing;
  • The patient begins to see a point in recovery;
  • There is a clear motivation to change the lifestyle;
  • Pathological attraction to substances disappears
  • The patient improves the atmosphere in the family.
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