Although your loved one’s struggle with substance use or mental health may be crystal clear to you and your family, your loved one may be in denial, refusing to accept the gravity of their circumstances. Maybe you’ve tried, ineffectively, to confront them in that past, only to have the conversation take a turn for the worse and leave you feeling even more concerned for their well-being, and your loved one spiraling even deeper into denial and isolation.
If you’re concerned about your loved one’s addiction or mental health, BRC recommends professional intervention. A professional intervention that utilizes evidence-based tactics offers the most substantial chance of successfully guiding your loved one into treatment.
BRC Recovery specializes in addiction and substance abuse interventions that meet prospective clients and their families wherever they are in their addiction. Our comprehensive intervention plans are designed to transition a client directly into a detox or Primary Treatment Program.
Research proves that trauma is strongly associated with addiction. Often, substance abuse occurs when a person who has undergone a traumatic event strives to cope by drinking or using drugs. Whether you have lived through a life-changing accident or find yourself dealing with chronic stress, it’s imperative to address these events and introduce new, healthy coping mechanisms.
At BRC Recovery, we provide clinically sophisticated trauma treatment at our Austin, Texas facility. Our expert clinicians will help you to work through trauma and its role in your addiction. With the proper care, it is possible to overcome your past to build a brighter future.
Relapse doesn’t mean that a person has failed. In fact, it’s not uncommon for people who have pursued treatment to experience a few setbacks in their recovery journey. Some people who have relapsed multiple times may consider themselves to be chronic relapsers. At BRC Recovery, it is our goal to provide resources to these individuals with support, resources, and accountability. In our relapse prevention program, we equip people to cope with triggers, make positive changes, and foster self-discipline.
At its core, the traditional 12-step program gives participants the tools they need to lead sober lives, but without proper training that teaches participants how to implement those tools into their lives, how can you expect someone to make a full recovery?
BRC Recovery’s 12-Step Immersion Program is a 3-month extended-care Primary Treatment Program that lays the groundwork for a successful, lasting recovery. By breaking the 12 steps up over a 90-day period, clients can fully immerse themselves in one step at a time by attending daily meetings and participating in parallel programming, establishing a strong foundation for lasting recovery.
Although the 12-step program is rooted in Christianity, we apply it in a way that all clients can relate to, regardless of his or her spiritual background.
Holistic wellness is the root of BRC Recovery’s holistic treatment philosophy. We want our clients to feel happy, healthy and fulfilled in all areas of their lives, which is why our treatment plans focus so heavily on strengthening the mind, body, spirit connection.
Our recovery programs aim to achieve total holistic well-being by improving our client’s spirituality and connection with their “higher power,” regardless of their spiritual background and beliefs. We also incorporate “The Four Agreements” into our recovery programs, which we believe embodies the four most important behavioral and spiritual principles necessary for a genuine, lasting recovery.
As a holistic addiction treatment center in Austin, TX, physical fitness is fundamental to our recovery programs. At BRC Recovery, we define physical fitness as the body’s ability to function with sufficient energy to engage in everyday activities, handle physical, mental and emotional stress, and participate in your physical recreation of choice.
Successful, lasting recovery requires mental and physical health and a healthy mind-body connection. Our recovery programs seek to strengthen that connection, which is why we make fitness a priority. BRC’s state-of-the-art fitness center, personal trainers and yoga instructors help clients not only improve their level of fitness but build upon the mind-body connection and achieve mental clarity.
People who abuse drugs or alcohol, especially from a young age, often miss out on reaching certain milestones that lead to greater independence and adulthood. BRC Recovery’s Life Skills Program seeks to equip clients with the skills necessary to navigate life and successfully reintegrate into their communities after treatment. Our Life Skills Program includes training in:
- Goal setting and accountability
- Financial responsibility
- Physical health and wellness
- Interpersonal communication and healthy relationships
- Community service projects
Participation in evidence-based therapeutic modalities is essential to recovery. Our clinical support services help clients address the underlying emotional issues and mental health disorders that lead to and/or are exacerbated by addiction.
When combined with more holistic recovery practices, clinical programming provides even more insight into ourselves, increases self-awareness and instills the tools that help clients manage emotions and overcome triggers. Our clinical support services include:
- Individual and group therapy
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR)
- Motivational interviewing (MI)
- Family counseling
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Medication management
The only way to overcome addiction is through a treatment program.
Even if you or your loved one has previously participated in an addiction treatment program for drugs or alcohol, coming to BRC is a life-changing – even life-saving – experience.
We know that recovery is possible because we have hundreds of alumni who are living happy, healthy, productive sober lives because of BRC Recovery. If you or someone you love is struggling with substance use, we want to help. Contact a BRC Recovery Specialist at 1-866-461-1759.