Daylight Recovery uses the American Society of Addiction Medicine Levels of Care model (ASAM PPC 2R) when assigning appropriate therapy for patients.
Treatment is structured within Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the recognized gold standard of evidence-based practices.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an important treatment associated with CBT that develops specific skills such as mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Patients are generally assessed using DSM-V diagnosis tools. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-V) is viewed in the United States as the universal authority for psychiatric care. Additional models are also incorporated into treatment and assessment (e.g., for suicide risk, depression, and other factors).
For most patients treatment includes both group and individual sessions, though this can be altered according to specific needs.
Group therapy covers a wide range of topics and activities. Among the more unusual sessions, we offer weekly yoga classes, meditative sound healing, house-band jam sessions, multi-sensory experiences in our color-therapy room, somatic breath control, Seasonal-Affective- Disorder (SAD) light treatment, and nutrition for recovery.
Our therapy incorporates AA 12-Step modalities.
Free Alumni Meetings
Once a part of the Daylight Recovery family – always a part of the family.
Patients who graduate from regular treatment are encouraged to attend free, recurring meetings for continuing support from our staff and ongoing connection with the recovery community. It is one of the best ways of maintaining a healthy recovery and a source of additional life skills.
Network of Strength
Daylight Recovery continues to expand it's partnership with organizations who share our mission.