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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Addiction Treatment

At Renew Health, we’re committed to offering comprehensive solutions that address both the psychological and physical aspects of addiction. We’re proud to offer Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), a proven approach that is crucial in the treatment of addiction. This evidence-based approach can effectively help you manage a variety of conditions, including anxiety, depression, PTSD, and more. CBT is an essential component of a holistic recovery plan, particularly when combined with Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT).

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a form of psychological treatment that is effective for a range of issues, including depression, anxiety, and particularly addiction. CBT works by helping individuals understand the thoughts and feelings that influence behaviors. It is particularly effective in helping people deal with addiction by teaching them to identify and correct problematic behaviors through a range of skills that can be used to stop drug abuse and to address a range of other problems that often co-occur with it.

CBT is based on the cognitive model: the way we perceive situations influences how we feel emotionally. It is not the situation itself that determines how we feel, but rather our thoughts about the situation. CBT helps people identify and change destructive or disturbing thought patterns that have a negative influence on behavior and emotions.

Addiction is not only a physical battle but a psychological one that requires comprehensive strategies to address. CBT’s role in addiction treatment is to help modify the patient’s drug-use expectations and behaviors, and to increase skills in coping with various life stressors. Combining CBT with MAT provides a dual approach that addresses the physiological cravings and psychological basis of addiction, significantly enhancing recovery outcomes.

Combining Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) in addiction treatment has been shown to be particularly effective. Here are some key outcomes from research studies that highlight the efficacy of this integrated approach:

Improved Retention in Treatment: Studies show that patients receiving both MAT and CBT have higher treatment retention rates compared to those receiving either intervention alone. A systematic review indicated that the combination of psychosocial support, including CBT, with medications such as buprenorphine or methadone, significantly increases patient retention in treatment programs.

Reduced Substance Use: Combining MAT with CBT can lead to better outcomes in reducing substance use among individuals with opioid and other substance use disorders. Research has found that this integrated approach results in lower rates of relapse. A study found that patients treated with both buprenorphine and behavioral therapies like CBT reported fewer opioid-positive urine samples compared to those who received minimal counseling with buprenorphine.

Improved Mental Health Outcomes: Integrating CBT with MAT not only addresses the physiological aspects of addiction but also the psychological triggers related to substance abuse, leading to improved mental health outcomes. Patients receiving combined treatments often show significant improvements in symptoms of anxiety and depression, which are commonly co-occurring issues in individuals struggling with addiction.

Enhanced Coping Skills: CBT equips patients with practical skills to handle triggers, cravings, and relapse, which complements the pharmacological treatment received through MAT. This results in more sustainable recovery outcomes as patients are better prepared to manage life stressors and environmental cues that might lead to relapse.

Cost-Effectiveness: While providing both MAT and CBT may initially seem resource-intensive, studies have shown that this approach is cost-effective in the long run due to its high efficacy in preventing relapse and reducing the need for higher levels of care,

Especially pertinent in times of health crises (like the COVID-19 pandemic), telehealth reduces the need for patients to be in close proximity to others, thus minimizing the risk of transmitting or contracting infectious diseases.

Why Choose CBT at Renew Health?

Personalized Treatement

Every session is tailored to your individual needs and lifestyle.

Integrated Treatment Approach

We combine CBT with MAT to address all aspects of addiction, increasing your chances for a successful recovery.

Experienced Therapists

Our therapists are certified and specially trained in CBT, ensuring you receive the best care.

Evidence-Based Practices

Our therapies are supported by the latest research to provide effective, modern care.

Flexible Scheduling

We offer sessions throughout the week, including evenings and weekends to fit your life.

Supportive Environment

Our clinic provides a warm, welcoming space designed to make you feel comfortable and supported on your journey to wellness.

Begin Your Journey to Recovery

Take the first step towards overcoming addiction with the support of our expert team at Renew Health. Our combination of CBT and MAT is designed to help you regain control and build a foundation for long-term recovery.

Renew Health is now accepting Medicaid

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