There resides within each of us a vital spirit yearning to grow.
Addiction withers our best selves. We internalize trauma and pain.
When these are not processed in a healthy manner, they are
externalized. This behavior is known as “acting out” and “acting in.”
When clients arrive as first-timers, they may initially (and understandably) be nervous about sharing their deepest secrets with a group of strangers. We foster an atmosphere where the disclosure of such sensitive information is achieved securely and safely.
Our team is experienced in delicately handling an individual’s emotions with extraordinary care. When we open ourselves to vulnerability, we are at our strongest. True strength does not lie in our capacity to endure pain, but in admitting that we have been damaged and are in need of help.
By submitting to this realization, we give ourselves permission to grow and change for the better.