86% of couples that talk openly, honestly, and work together stay together.

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ADDICTION, TRAUMA AND INTIMACY CAN’T CO-EXIST

Healthy relationships are the greatest source of happiness. However, addiction, betrayal trauma and a healthy relationship can’t co-exist. With broken trust and/or addiction, relationships can become compromised allowing quiet negative patterns to creep in.

REPLACE NEGATIVE RELATIONSHIP PATTERNS

Replacing negative relationship patterns with healthy patterns requires rigorous structure, honesty, and tools. Through guidance from specialized marriage and family therapists, we will introduce structure, provide a safe place where you can be honest, and introduce tools that can change your unwanted patterns, renewing your relationship.

RESTORING HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

STEP 1: ASSESS INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

Addiction and/or betrayal trauma and intimacy can’t co-exist. Before we engage in couples recovery, each partner needs to be assessed and treated for their individual needs. Once each individual is prepared to work on the relationship, couples counseling will begin.

STEP 2: BREAKING NEGATIVE PATTERNS

Old patterns need to be identified and broken down. Through education, talk therapy, and mindfulness, we will help you develop new relationship skills so you can rebuild positive patterns, which will allow you and your spouse to reconnect and feel the fulfillment that comes from a healthy relationship.

STEP 3: REFLECTION

Stop, pause, and reflect on the steps and progress you are making. Then make the appropriate modifications in your recovery.

WHY ADDO?

We are a clinic managed by licensed CSAT’s (Certified Sexual Addiction Therapists) with additional training in EMDR, Internal Family Systems (IFS), and yoga therapy.

600 + Client surveys:
  • 99%

    felt safe

  • 96%

    felt they were given actionable items to improve their circumstances

Our certifications
  • American association for Marriage and Family Therapy Logo

    American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

  • International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals Logo

    International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals

  • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Logo

    Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

  • National Association of Social Workers Logo

    National Association of Social Workers

Ready to get started?

In creating the proper treatment plan for you, we begin by assessing the levels and duration of your trauma along with your levels of anxiety, depression, stress and other potential underlying issues.

With an in-depth understanding of what you’re feeling, you will receive a personalized plan that can include:

  • Education
  • Talk therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Yoga therapy
  • EMDR
  • Mindful-ness