Addiction Treatment

Torn Counseling & Recovery offers both a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for the treatment of addiction and other various substance use disorders. We operate from the standpoint of both traditional methodologies and holistic measures to assist our clients in learning healthy patterns and techniques that are conducive to their overall wellness and success.

Addiction Issues Treated:
  • Drug addiction
  • Alcoholism
  • Prescription medication abuse
  • Compulsions of a sexual nature
  • Love addiction
  • Gambling impulse control disorder
  • Other various forms of impulse control and compulsive disorders

Substance use disorder, alcoholism, gambling addictions, and other harmful behaviors of a compulsive nature are very different in many ways, but they all share some very common traits and associated behaviors. Torn operates from the standpoint that self-medication and substance use always masks a deeper issue that must be addressed once the individual is far enough removed from substance use.

At Torn Counseling & Recovery, we seek to address all distressing issues related to addiction, whether specific to substances or other various compulsive behaviors. Perhaps more importantly, we help our clients discover the reasons they have turned to these destructive behaviors in order to cope. We understand that many forms of pain and discomfort are not physical in nature, and as such will require the appropriate measure of treatment.


CBT – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT is one of the most well-established of the skills-based talk therapy treatments used by mental health professionals in the treatment of mental health disorders. The core premise seeks to challenge distorted thoughts and behaviors, thus prompting positive mood change and a higher level of functioning.

DBT – Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

DBT is most effective for those who struggle with self-harm, borderline personality disorder, and other self-destructive disorders such as chronic relapse and substance use. DBT leans on the utilization of four core modules to create change-oriented strategies with the goal of reaching balance in lieu of dysfunction.

ACT – Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

ACT is an empirically based psychological intervention taking an action-oriented approach in the treatment of mental health disorders. ACT is designed to bring patients to a place of acceptance regarding the hardships they have experienced in their lives, ultimately leading to a state of cohesion between their values and actions.

Forward-Facing Trauma Therapy

Forward-Facing Trauma Therapy is a process in which we resolve our distressing past while living a principle-centered life in the present. It’s intended purpose seeks to lower stressors arising from past trauma while learning to live a life based around resiliency and intentionality.