Utilizing holistic mental health and addiction therapy addresses the interconnected aspects between a person’s physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions. Holistic approaches consider the whole person while uncovering the underlying factors that contribute to challenges and addiction.

Harmony Health Group has multiple holistic therapy treatment facilities along the east coast including in Florida, Massachusetts, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Tennessee. 

Our mental health professionals use holistic approaches to promote long-term recovery and reduce the risk of relapse. Harmony Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Group is in-network with many health insurance providers and accepts insurance for holistic treatment programs at our centers. We encourage you to call us today at (866) 461-4474 or contact us online for more information about our treatment programs and how we can help you restore your personal and professional lives.

What is a Holistic Therapy Treatment Center?

Holistic mental health treatment and addiction treatment centers are facilities that offer comprehensive and integrated care that center on a multi-dimensional approach to the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual aspects of wellness. This is unlike traditional treatment centers that typically focus on symptom management and pharmaceutical interventions. 

Holistic healing considers whole-person care, using an approach that integrates the Mind-body connection, Complementary therapies, and holistic health practices aimed at providing you with the strategies you need to achieve sustainable recovery. Holistic treatment centers individualize treatment plans combining evidence-based therapies alongside complementary approaches like integrative health services, and yoga and meditation therapy. These programs may be offered at partial hospitalization programs (PHP) or intensive outpatient programs (IOP).

What is a Holistic Health and Wellness Program?

A holistic health and wellness program for individuals struggling with addiction and mental health conditions utilizes a comprehensive approach to promote recovery and overall wellness. These holistic programs integrate a variety of evidence-based therapies and complementary modalities to address the whole person, rather than the symptoms of addiction or mental health disorders. 

Promoting holistic wellness empowers you to make positive lifestyle changes, including developing strong coping skills, improving self-awareness, and rebuilding relationships. Wellness-centered treatment considers not only the symptoms of addiction and mental health conditions, but also the integration of how these symptoms impact the whole person. These factors are used to develop a treatment approach that addresses addiction, mental health conditions, and overall health and well-being to achieve sustainable recovery and improved overall health.

What is a Holistic Therapy Treatment Center?

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Finding Holistic Mental Health and Addiction Therapy Centers Near Me

Harmony Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Group operates several holistic mental health treatment and addiction treatment centers to meet the needs of individuals in Florida, Massachusetts, North Carolina, New Jersey, Tennessee, and those who are willing to travel. 

These comprehensive treatment centers offer evidence-based and holistic approaches to care that support your physical, mental, and emotional health. We encourage you to call Harmony Substance Abuse Recovery Group to find out more about how our nearby holistic, wellness-centered treatment can help.

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Harmony offers a multitude of locations up and down the East Coast for holistic health services. Call us to learn about our facilities and treatment options.

What is Treated at Substance Abuse Holistic and Wellness Centers?

Harmony Addiction Recovery Group facilities have the expertise to treat several types of substance abuse disorders using holistic and wellness approaches. The following is a list of several substance use disorders, but it is not a full list. For more information about the types of substance use disorders that are treated at Harmony Health Group, we encourage you to call us at (866) 461-4474 or contact us online. Our admission counselors can answer your questions about treatment, estimate your out-of-pocket costs, and schedule an initial evaluation when requested.

Holistic Therapy for Opioid (e.g., Heroin, Opiate, Prescription Painkillers) Addiction

Holistic Therapy for Alcohol Addiction

Holistic Therapy for Benzodiazepine (e.g., Xanax, Ativan, Valium) Addiction

Holistic Therapy for Stimulant (e.g., cocaine, methamphetamine) Addiction

What is Treated at Mental Health Holistic and Wellness Centers?

The holistic mental health treatment centers of Harmony Health Group offer treatment for a variety of mental health conditions. The following is a list of examples, but it is not a full list. We encourage you to call Harmony Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Group at (866) 461-4474 or contact us online for more information about how holisticand alternative medicine can make a significant difference in your life.

Holistic Treatment for Depression, Mood and Bipolar Disorder

There are a variety of mood disorders, including bipolar disorder and depression, which respond well to a comprehensive approach that addresses physical, emotional, and psychological factors that impact these conditions. Using an integrated, evidence-based approach, the mental health professionals at Harmony Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Group can address the underlying factors that contribute to mood disorders while promoting emotional regulation and enhancing overall well-being.

Holistic Treatment for Anxiety, Panic, Social Anxiety and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

There are a variety of different types of anxiety disorder, including panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and social anxiety. Using a holistic approach, the mental health professionals at Harmony Substance Abuse Recovery Group focus on mindfulness-based therapy, natural healing methods, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). This integration of behavioral therapy with complementary modalities addresses the underlying factors that contribute to anxiety disorders.

Holistic Treatment for PTSD, Trauma, Stress and Adjustment Related Disorder

Trauma can trigger a number of different mental health conditions, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and stress and adjustment related disorder. Using a holistic and comprehensive approach, the mental health professionals at Harmony Substance Abuse Recovery Group, incorporate the use of medication management, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), and holistic approaches like mindfulness practices, yoga, and art therapy.

Holistic Treatment for ADHD, Conduct and Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and conduct and oppositional defiant disorder are neurodevelopmental conditions that affect an individual’s ability to maintain normal relationships. The mental health professionals at Harmony Addiction Recovery Group understand the necessity of utilizing a comprehensive approach to treating these conditions. holistic rehabilitation addresses an individual’s sensory integration alongside behavioral modification and parent training. 

Key Features of Holistic Therapy Treatment Programs 

Holistic approaches to mental health and substance use disorder treatment includes a variety of integrated therapies that follow a comprehensive assessment of the situation. The following are holistic wellness approaches and treatment options that are available at Harmony Health Group facilities. The following is a list of examples, but not a complete list. We encourage you to call Harmony Health Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Group at (866) 461-4474 for more information about the type of holistic therapy approaches available at our treatment facilities.

Comprehensive Assessment

Comprehensive assessment thoroughly evaluates an individual’s medical history, mental health symptoms, substance use patterns, and social support system. This process is the foundation of a customized treatment plan that’s tailored to meet your needs and promote holistic recovery. 

Integrated Therapies

Integrative health services help to combine a variety of therapeutic interventions that address the complex needs of individuals who have substance use disorders and those who have co-occurring mental health conditions. Integrating behavioral therapy, medication management, and holistic approaches to care offers you a multifaceted approach to connect aspects of mental health and substance abuse while promoting long-term recovery.

Whole-Person Approach

Whole person health looks at the entire person, not just separate bodily systems or mental health. For example, the whole-person approach to mental health and substance use disorders takes into account mental health and bodily functions and systems whether or not they are obviously impacted by the condition for which you are seeking rehabilitation. A whole-person approach to therapy helps empower you and your family to improve health using interconnected mental, physical, behavioral, and social areas. Instead of treating a specific disease, a whole-person approach focuses on restoring an individual.

Mind-Body-Spirit Connection

The mind-body-spirit connection refers to how your mental, physical, and spiritual health are related to each other. Using a mind-body-spirit connection recognizes that the dimensions are interconnected and influence each other. This means that mental health and emotional states affect physical health, well physical health can impact mental well-being. Your spiritual beliefs and practices play a role in shaping your mental and physical outcomes. All three dimensions must be addressed to promote overall health and healing.

Focus on Prevention and Wellness

Holistic treatment programs for mental health and substance use disorders focus on prevention and wellness. This shifts the therapeutic approach from addressing a problem or a symptom to emphasizing proactive strategies to maintain mental health and promote overall well-being. Recognizing that preventing mental health issues and fostering wellness is just as important as treating existing concerns. Your therapist will work collaboratively with you to identify risk factors and triggers while exploring strengths, and resources.

Empowerment and Self-Discovery

A holistic approach to therapeutic interventions includes empowering the individual to gain a sense of control and self-awareness in their lives while also promoting self-discovery. Using a collaborative approach and supportive therapeutic relationship, the therapist seeks to help you feel heard, understood, and validated. You’re encouraged to identify your strengths, values, and goals, while also going through a process of self-discovery to promote personal growth, resilience, and a greater sense of fulfillment.

Holistic Healing Environment

A holistic approach to therapy relies on creating a holistic healing environment within a therapeutic setting to nurture your overall sense of well-being. A holistic healing environment utilizes several elements that create a supportive and healing atmosphere. This might include comfortable and welcoming physical spaces that promote relaxation or amenities like soft lighting and soothing music. A holistic environment also fosters a culture of respect and collaboration that’s built on trust and mutual understanding.

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Does Insurance Cover Holistic Therapy Treatment?

Most insurance providers cover evidence-based, holistic therapy treatment for individuals with mental health conditions and substance use disorders. There are two federal laws which protect your right to receive treatment. The first is the 2008 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act and the second is the 2010 Affordable Care Act. Each of these federal laws require insurance providers to give you access to evidence-based and holistic therapy treatment.

While these federal laws offer some degree of protection, they do not define the benefits and limitations on your insurance policy. When you call Harmony Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery Group at (866) 461-4474 our admission counselors can verify your insurance coverage, estimate your out-of-pocket costs, and schedule an initial assessment when requested.

How Much Does Holistic Therapy Cost Without Insurance?

The cost of holistic therapy without insurance can vary greatly. We recommend you call the Harmony Addiction Recovery Group to speak with one of our admission counselors. They can help estimate the cost of treatment and offer guidance in finding financial assistance. If you do not qualify for private insurance coverage, you may qualify for government-sponsored insurance programs, such as Medicaid or Medicare. These programs can help cover the cost of mental health and substance use disorder treatment. 

Our admission counselors can also guide you in seeking financial assistance from a variety of sources. You might consider a personal loan to help cover the initial cost while you are looking for financial aid. Community-based and faith-based organizations may offer grants and scholarships to help pay for treatment. Consider crowdfunding or seeking help from friends and family. While it is difficult and challenging to request financial help, the mental health professionals at Harmony Health Group understand that the cost to your personal, financial, and professional life is far greater without treatment.

What is the Holistic Treatment Process?

The holistic treatment process begins with a comprehensive and integrated approach to assessment that address