Treatment Therapies

Overcoming Drug or Alcohol Addiction

At Nirvana Recovery Center, we offer a variety of treatments, each with its own benefits.

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a type of talk therapy held at least once a week, led by one or more psychologists and a group of up to approximately 15 people. These groups typically target one or more illnesses or addictive behaviors, such as alcoholism, drug abuse or mental health issues.

Group therapy is usually used in conjunction with other types of therapy, particularly individual therapy. In this type of treatment, members of the group speak openly about their own personal struggles and offer insights into how they address these issues in a positive manner. Simply knowing you’re not alone and learning how others tackle their own problems can be helpful during recovery.

Individual Counseling

Drug addiction therapy takes on many different approaches. For many, individual therapy can bring immeasurable results. But it is essential to understand its vital benefits, so that you can have the best chance at recovery.

Individual therapy allows for a safe, confidential space where you can discuss any issues or struggles in your addiction journey with a professional therapist. This individualized attention allows for personalized treatment plans.

Partial Hospitalization Programming (PHP)

PHP is a program offered at Nirvana Recovery Center program often used to treat various mental health conditions. Often, an individual will go from inpatient care to PHP to help ease them back into a daily routine. PHP can include treatment from a wide range of health care providers, including therapists, psychiatrists and general practitioners.

PHP treatment is usually divided into different treatment groups. For example, you may attend PHP for bipolar disorder, while another program may be used to treat eating disorders. This type of outpatient treatment lasts up to eight hours a day and up to five days per week. The total length of time you receive care may vary depending on your condition.

Intensive outpatient programming (IOP)

IOP is commonly used for mental health issues and addiction. IOP is ideal for those who don’t require detox or maximum supervision. In IOP, you can continue your daily routine and even receive outpatient treatment at night. Individuals who live in a safe and supportive environment and control of their recovery efforts are excellent candidates for IOP.

If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol addiction, don’t hesitate to reach out to us today. We’re here to help.


At Nirvana Recovery Center, we believe that every person is capable of healing and achieving their full potential.

Our Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Services

At Nirvana Recovery, our admissions consultants help you decide the best path to recovery for you or your loved ones.

Regardless of whether you choose inpatient or outpatient care, you’ll receive case management, transportation to and from the facility and several support groups to help you along the path to success. We also offer personal development assistance and teach you or your loved one the life skills to help you transition back into a daily routine.

Completing a medical detox program can also reduce the need for anti-anxiety medications following admission to an inpatient alcohol treatment program.

At Nirvana Recovery Center, we prioritize the safety and well-being of our clients and work closely with reputable medical detox facilities to ensure a smooth and successful transition into our comprehensive alcohol addiction treatment program.

More About Our Alcohol Addiction Treatment

After detox, clients begin therapy and counseling sessions with licensed therapists at Nirvana Recovery Center.

Learning how to redirect anxiety and unpleasant emotions into productive, healthy behaviors by using cognitive behavioral techniques is just one of the many benefits of individual counseling for alcohol addiction.

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In a Relaxed Setting

Our counselors help clients gain insight into the disease of alcoholism and educate them on why alcoholism is not a choice but a medical disorder. One-on-one counseling gives clients the psychological tools they need to develop a stronger sense of self-esteem necessary to complete their recovery program.