Family Behavior Therapy (FBT), which has demonstrated positive results in both adults and adolescents, is aimed at addressing not only substance use problems but other co-occurring problems as well. This includes conduct disorders, child mistreatment, depression, family conflict, and unemployment. FBT combines behavioral contracting with contingency management. Treatment typically consists of 15 sessions over 6 months; sessions initially are 90 minutes weekly and gradually decrease to 60 minutes monthly as participants progress in therapy.
Our clients participate in their treatment planning and choose specific interventions from a menu of evidence-based treatment options. FBT involves the patient along with at least one significant other, such as a partner or parent (in the case of adolescents and young adults). Our therapists seek to engage families in applying the behavioral strategies taught in sessions in hopes they will acquire new skills to improve their home environment. Clients are encouraged to develop behavioral goals for preventing substance use which is anchored to a contingency management system.
They have the best team of staff and doctors on this planet. I am proud to say I am a recovering addict because of their amazing skills and treatment. They have changed my life completely and I could not have done it without them! Thank you for guiding me and paving the path for me to find my true self, and what I am capable of. You are all my family and friends.J.T.
The brotherhood of good men that have come together through addiction and recovery has created a unique approach toward spiritual wellness and care. SMR has core values that are built on service to others and a candid approach to recovery that has a deep and lasting change on the men who desire true change and empower them to overcome the disease of addiction. P.L.
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