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Freedom Treatment Center4.3 (3 reviews) ADD YOUR REVIEW
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- Medicare is not Accepted
- Medicaid is not Accepted
Freedom Treatment Center takes a comprehensive approach to drug and alcohol rehabilitation. We do not focus soley on the physical addiction, and we do not believe that addiction is a disease you are powerless to conquer. We focus on defeating the physical addiction with proven methods, and then on creating a new foundation for living through life skill courses and cognitive behavioral therapy.
Freedom Treatment Center Reviews and Ratings Details
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Reviews at a Glance
- Ups and Downs in Life CBT Course
To avoid harmful situations, this cognitive behavioral therapy course is designed to enable a student to identify true friends and isolate those whose company is detrimental to the student’s sobriety and survival. A student learns about how poor decisions regarding acquaintances and friends has damaged their past, and how they can make improved choices in their future.
- Therapeutic Training Routines Course
This is a basic cognitive behavioral therapy course which rehabilitates anTherapeutic Training Routines Course individual’s ability to confront, control, and communicate. It has been found that through the cycle of addiction these skills are lost or suppressed. These skills are rehabilitated through simple drills that are done in a course room setting. Upon completion students find that they are better able to exist comfortably in the present moment, communicate in a much more rational manner, and control themselves in situations that they would previously lose control in.
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