Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment
Mental health and substance use are often interconnected. Mental Health issues may be precipitated by use of drugs and alcohol or may lead to addiction to substances or compulsive processes. They often develop to self-medicate overwhelming thoughts and emotions.
Substance Use Treatment
Substance Use Disorders are progressive and most often lead to impairment in a client’s lifestyle. Process Disorders, similar to substance use, may also become addicting to the level of interfering with activities of daily living.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Somatic Experiencing (SE)
Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART)
Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
Medication Assisted Recovery (MAR)
Mindfulness and Meditation
Trauma Focused Therapy
Yoga Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Y-CBT)
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)
Compassion Focused Therapy
Art Therapy and Creative Expression
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Rising Phoenix Wellness Services treats adults aged 18 years and older who struggle with various mental heal issues resulting in impaired functioning.
As a result, we have designed our program to help clients increase their self-awareness, develop refined coping strategies, and recognize their innate capacities and inner strength. This often results in motivation to maintain lasting changes and improved functioning. Overall, clients become insightful as they achieve mastery and start to heal.
Impaired Professional Groups
This is a unique program that Rising Phoenix Wellness Services offers to the community. In this cohort, clients from various professional backgrounds such as nursing, the practice of medicine, pilots, EMS, Police, and other certified and licensed professionals can receive support and monitoring. Read more +
Young Adult Groups
At Rising Phoenix Wellness Services, we've designed our approach to be especially welcoming to young adults. Our groups assist young adults with processing current struggles. Clients can expect a structured environment where they learn evidence-based coping skills.