Throughout our website you will discover that we talk a lot about the ways in which our program is unique, and the modalities for care we use are no exception.
It is important first to understand what a modality means:
mo·dal·i·ty | /mōˈdalədē/ - a particular mode in which something exists or is experienced or expressed
Simply put, when we discuss our modalities, we are referring to the ways in which we help our clients address their unresolved trauma.
Programs across the world use lots of different modalities to treat issues such as:
At The Bridge to Recovery, because we primarily work to heal trauma and underlying pain, the majority of our modalities used involve experiential work.
Experiential work involves the use of hands on, immersive, and expressive tools and activities to uncover, discover, and heal what lies beneath the surface of the presenting issue.
We invite you to continue exploring our website to learn more about the types of modalities we use. Some of them are aged-old and proven over decades to be very effective. Some of them are newer techniques that have evolved as we understand more about trauma care.
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