At One Recovery we provide contemporary therapeutic approaches.
While meeting the needs of fluid populations poses difficulties for most clinicians, through our eclectic melding of evidence-based approaches we have developed effective treatment curriculums for contemporary clientele.
Historically counseling has amounted to, dissecting clients' concerns while negotiating alternative trains of thought. Clearly, this only breeds interdependence between client and practitioner, with said client hopefully awaiting the counselor's approval/rescue. The flaws in these outdated practices leave the client in a dependent state of ambiguity. One Recovery's curriculums replace ambiguity with self-efficacy by providing a foundation for clients to build upon.
Pocket Full of Change
Pocket Full of Change (PFC) is a therapeutic curriculum designed to help clients change their negative belief systems. People are plagued by negative beliefs, and these beliefs influence nearly every decision we make. By intertwining the cognitive behavioral approaches of behavioral activation, motivational incentives, motivational interviewing, and rational emotive behavior therapy PFC offers a structured format for changing the negative beliefs in our lives. PFC helps clients draw cognitive dissonance with their negative beliefs, support their healthy beliefs, and through habituation clients are capable of restructuring their belief systems through experience-based neuroplasticity.
Emotional Security (ES) was developed with one goal in mind, removing the desire to escape emotions. Emotional difficulties lead people to doubt their ability to handle such emotions. Subsequently, people seek to escape their emotions through unhealthy coping techniques. Some people self-medicate through substance use, others invest their entirety into careers, and conversely some people rely solely on others' recognition for the basis of personal self-esteem, the list goes on and on. Imagine having the ability to experience an emotion, recognize the emotion, and be okay with having that emotion. The strength and self-efficacy necessary to do so are measures normally only gained through experience and wisdom. ES provides a structured format combining the evidence-based practices of behavioral activation, motivational interviewing, and rational emotive behavior therapy. Experiential practices are assigned resulting in clients' newly developed emotional capabilities. Rather than teaching clients to cope with emotions, because that seems to parallel escape, we promote their ability to experience emotions confidently and without reservation.