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Unique Approach to Mental Health Therapy

Throughout our website, you will discover that we talk a lot about the ways in which our workshop is unique to other mental health therapy options, and the modalities for the care we use are no exception.

It is essential 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.

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Power of Experiential

Programs across the world use lots of different modalities to treat issues such as:

  • Substance Abuse
  • Mental Health/Illness
  • Eating Issues
  • Sex Addiction

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. 

At The Bridge to Recovery, we believe in a comprehensive and personalized approach to healing. Our array of therapeutic modalities reflects our commitment to addressing the unique needs of each individual.

Group Therapy

Small group therapy in mental health workshops offers personalized and effective benefits. In smaller groups, therapists tailor interventions to individual needs, fostering a deeper exploration of concerns. Participants experience enhanced connection, support, and a greater sense of safety, promoting open and honest dialogue. With fewer members, active participation increases, leading to a richer exchange of ideas and perspectives. The intimate setting allows for in-depth exploration of experiences, addressing underlying factors contributing to mental health challenges. Small groups provide opportunities for developing interpersonal skills and facilitate positive group dynamics, managed effectively by therapists. Participants feel a greater sense of accountability, motivating commitment to therapeutic goals. The flexibility in approaches and focused attention from therapists contribute to a comprehensive and impactful therapeutic experience, fostering positive outcomes for individuals in the workshop.

Wellness / Holistic Therapies

At The Bridge to Recovery, our commitment to holistic healing is exemplified through our diverse array of Wellness Therapies. These therapeutic modalities are carefully curated to address not only the emotional and psychological aspects but also the physical and spiritual dimensions of an individual's well-being. We offer therapies such as Music Therapy, Yoga, Body Movement, Expressive Arts Therapy, Meditation, and Self-Love Work.

At The Bridge to Recovery, we believe in the transformative power of these Wellness Therapies. By addressing the multidimensional aspects of an individual's well-being, we strive to create a nurturing environment where each person can embark on a journey of self-discovery, healing, and holistic growth. Our experienced therapists work collaboratively with clients to tailor these therapies to their unique needs, promoting lasting positive change.

Narrative Therapy

Narrative therapy is an empowering and collaborative approach to trauma therapy that focuses on reshaping and reconstructing the narrative or story individuals tell about their lives. Grounded in the idea that people are not defined by their problems, this therapeutic modality helps individuals externalize and reframe their traumatic experiences. Instead of viewing themselves as victims, clients work with therapists to co-author a more empowering narrative that emphasizes resilience, strengths, and personal agency. Through the process of externalizing the problem, individuals gain a new perspective on their trauma, enabling them to explore alternative narratives that promote healing and growth. Narrative therapy encourages a deep understanding of the socio-cultural context of one's life, fostering a sense of identity reconstruction and facilitating the development of a more positive and hopeful life story. This approach addresses trauma and empowers individuals to author their own narratives of strength and resilience.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a goal-oriented therapeutic approach widely utilized in trauma therapy. It operates on the premise that an individual's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interconnected, and by identifying and modifying negative thought patterns, emotional responses and behaviors can be positively influenced. In trauma-focused CBT, clients work collaboratively with therapists to recognize and challenge maladaptive cognitive distortions related to the traumatic experience. Through cognitive restructuring and the development of coping strategies, individuals learn to manage distressing emotions and alter behaviors associated with trauma triggers. CBT aims to break the cycle of negative thinking and emotional distress, empowering individuals to regain a sense of control over their lives. This evidence-based approach is effective in addressing the psychological aftermath of trauma, providing practical tools for coping and fostering resilience.

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At The Bridge to Recovery, we recognize the importance of offering a diverse range of therapeutic interventions. Our team of dedicated professionals collaborates with clients to create a customized treatment plan, ensuring a holistic and effective journey toward healing and self-discovery.