Psychiatric Associates of Northern Arizona in Prescott AZ offers many different services to their patients, many of which include alcohol, drug and substance abuse therapy, psychotherapy, occupational therapy, life skills training, nutrition, family therapy, nutrition counseling, hypnotherapy, group and family counseling, sports therapy, nutritional education, nutrition support and much more. “Our addiction therapy is all about recovery, we’re not treating you to cure your disease but to help you improve and regain your health and life. When you come for a session, we start by introducing ourselves and discussing your situation. We give you an honest assessment of how you are currently doing and then go on to address the issues. At NACA, we emphasize a holistic system for substance abuse treatment which combines traditional medicinal approaches, such as medications, with alternative therapies and herbal treatments. We offer programs such as: 30-Day Alcohol & Drug Rehabilitation Program; a 12-Step Program; a program for families and teens (with parents or guardians), as well as a Youth Intervention Program.
Our program works with the addict’s life from day one, making sure that everything is working towards the same goal of a new life, a life free of drugs and alcohol. We use an eclectic blend of behavioral and cognitive-behavioral therapies to help get you on track toward healing and recovery. “At NADA, we employ an integrated, multi-disciplinary approach that focuses on identifying, treating, diagnosing, preventing, and preventing relapse, while educating clients on healthy, lifelong behavior. behaviors. We employ a multidisciplinary approach, which includes medical, mental health, psychological and social services professionals that work together toward creating a plan of care which includes individual, family, marriage/family, educational, spiritual, recreational, and societal support.”
In order for people to succeed, in recovery, in a controlled setting, in an environment where they can get help when they need it, they must be willing to enter the program with a full commitment to make changes, to self-care and to become an outpatient treatment. “When you arrive for a session, we begin by presenting the facts about your illness, giving you the opportunity to ask questions, to learn, to explore and learn about your illness. Our treatment process provides you with information about your illness and what you can do to overcome it. We focus on helping you to create a plan of action based on a realistic, achievable and healthy lifestyle.”