Holistic wellness is the root of BRC Recovery’s treatment philosophy. We want our residents to become 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 residents’ 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 some of the most important behavioral and spiritual principles necessary for a genuine, lasting recovery.
We are a spiritually-based treatment center, but spirituality is not synonymous with religion. While we do not advise our residents regarding religious matters, we always respect their religious beliefs. We are proponents of the 12-Step program, so we believe it is possible to become and stay sober with the help of a Higher Power, whatever that Higher Power may be.
At BRC Recovery, we believe that a spiritual awakening can transform a person’s life from one of despair and self-destruction to happiness and fulfillment. In addition to 12-Step immersion, there are several other aspects of our treatment program that are of spiritual nature. Residents frequently partake in yoga and meditation, two spiritual activities that promote well-being and peace of mind; experiencing a sunrise or sunset in our countryside setting can evoke awe and gratitude; and witnessing the miracle of sobriety, after all hope has been lost, affirms the presence of something much greater than ourselves.
As part of our Residential Program curriculum, our residents read “The Four Agreements,” written by Don Miguel Ruiz. The book, based on ancient Toltec wisdom, embodies some of the most important behavioral and spiritual principles necessary for lasting recovery, healthy relationships and to improve quality of life. When residents make these four agreements with themselves, they can let go of the things that do not serve them and experience freedom from addiction:
Regardless of whether you have attended treatment for alcoholism or drug addiction before, BRC Recovery’s programs will reach you wherever you are and increase your chance of achieving long-term sobriety, because it’s possible. For more information about Spiritual Coaching and our other Recovery Programs, please contact a BRC Recovery Admissions Specialist at 1-866-905-4550.