The Bridge to Recovery is a multifaceted addiction treatment center for men and women in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
At The Bridge to Recovery, trauma and pain are viewed as the underlying “dis-ease” beneath the surface of many addictions and counterproductive patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. If left unaddressed, the following underlying issues can compromise a person’s emotional well-being or sobriety.
As individuals address the underlying pain, they are more likely to obtain the long-term recovery they desire. Therefore, a significant part of our program focuses on core historical issues that create and/or contribute to present day relationship problems, heightened levels of anxiety, unchecked anger issues, depression, and obsessive thought patterns that may manifest as addictions, compulsions and codependency.
Our program ranges from two weeks to twelve weeks or longer depending on the needs of the individual. Our set admission dates occur every-other Monday, and will only allow for a limited number of participants, which helps to provide a safe, intimate and secure environment. Our staff ration of (up to) 3 clients per therapist allows for individualized, one-on-one attention when needed, yet the group experience elicits the necessary support and safety to allow for the healing process to occur.
The Bridge utilizes experiential therapy modalities to assist clients in getting to the deeply rooted childhood wounds and life traumas. Experiential therapy helps clients foster healthy connections with themselves through awareness and productive use of their physical sensations and emotions. The work is geared toward growing and strengthening emotional intelligence.
Our program is designed for all members of the addictive family system (but not concurrently). Our groups consist of people with a wide array of negative behavior patterns including: relationship problems, anxiety and depression, sex issues, perfectionism, control and care-taking, workaholism, misery and martyrdom, rage and anger, and chronic relapse and/or struggles within personal recovery. We also apply twelve-step principles to all of these self-defeating, unmanageable maladaptive behavior patterns.
We strongly recommend that family and significant others participate in our intensive family program, a three-day, dynamic, education and therapeutic blend designed to facilitate and motivate each person’s entry into his/her own recovery.
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