How We Treat

Our compassionate staff provide respectful treatment aimed at increasing each patient’s internal motivation to make positive and sustained changes in their thinking and in their behavior.


Every patient participates in an initial comprehensive evaluation to determine their areas of strength and the areas in which they may need improvement and support. After the assessment, each patient is assigned to a therapist whose expertise matches the unique needs revealed during the assessment.


At intake, and periodically during treatment, patients are asked to complete standardized questionnaires that enable us to track their progress in multiple important areas including mood, anxiety, eating disorders and trauma, in addition to the use of alcohol and drugs. The outcome of these assessments helps us to tailor treatment to each patient’s individual needs to ensure the best outcomes over time.


At Wholeview Wellness® all patients participate in individual sessions provided by psychologists who have expertise in treating both substance use disorders and the psychological issues that frequently occur along with alcohol and drug use, some of which include anxiety, low mood, trauma, chronic pain and compulsive behaviors. Our therapists use multiple proven therapies including motivational and cognitive behavioral therapy and will supplement with other therapies as appropriate based on the needs of the individual patient.


Group psychotherapy is a powerful therapeutic tool that can help people develop the skills needed to change negative thought patterns and cognitions. Working through issues by participating in a group setting can reduce feelings of isolation, increase optimism, and is particularly useful in helping people learn new ways of coping with interpersonal and relationship challenges.


At Wholeview Wellness we utilize Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) for couples work. This is a short term structured approach (8-20 sessions), formulated in the early 80’s by Dr. Sue Johnson and Les Greenberg. EFT utilizes attachment theory to identify and understand what is happening in the couple relationship.


Community Reinforcement Approach and Family Therapy (CRAFT) is a treatment approach designed specifically for people who are concerned about a loved one who is drinking or using drugs. Developed by Dr. Robert Meyers at the University of New Mexico, this positive treatment approach can be delivered individually or in groups and leads to reduced conflict in the family and a healthier and more sustainable life for the people who are caring for someone that is struggling with alcohol or drug use.


The Wholeview Wellness Trauma Recovery IOP is a unique fully virtual intensive outpatient program for individuals living with the lingering effects of trauma. The treatments that we provide are backed by science and proven effective at helping people manage strong emotions, come to greater acceptance, reduce unhealthy coping behaviors, improve relationships and self-esteem, and even experience more joy and pleasure in life. As no two people are the same, we work with everyone to develop an individualized treatment plan best suited to our clients’ specific goals and needs. Our team strives to maintain a safe and affirming place for healing for people of all identities.This service is not currently available.
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