Every story is different, but pain is shared.
We are built by nature to be survivors. This means at any age - from childhood to adulthood- when we experience painful events, our brains and our bodies will create coping mechanisms to survive the experience, albeit often unhealthy coping mechanisms.
This commonly occurs when we experience negative events during our early developmental years when our ability to use positive coping mechanisms has not matured or been taught to us.
Unfortunately, while we live in "survival mode," it can also rob us of the ability to live a healthy, satisfying life. When this happens, individuals find themselves stuck in their pain, and may act out in ways that are not healthy.
Living in “survival mode” keeps us in a state of heightened response and unable to live a happy, healthy life. At TBTR, we help you journey from SURVIVING TO THRIVING.
By attending our program at TBTR, you will begin your emotional healing and wellness journey. Clients completing our program talk about their experience simply:
“The Bridge to Recovery profoundly helped me find happiness again.”
Happiness, in relation to emotional healing, can seem hard to ascertain, hard to grasp, and often impossible to believe in. But it is possible, and our Alumni report improvement in the following areas of their lives:
But most of all, our Alumni report an improved relationship with SELF.
The Bridge to Recovery is a transformational, residential program specializing in healing the effects of unresolved trauma leading to negative thinking, behaving, and feeling. The end result of attending our program is emotional recovery, improved happiness, and a renewed enthusiasm for life.
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“ Honestly the Bridge taught me something I already knew but had to remember. I am so damn special, valid, and important. Everyone in my life saw it, but me. The Bridge just showed me how to look in the mirror to see for myself. ”
- Jewel, Alumnus