Older Men’s Addiction Treatment – Holistic Addiction Recovery on All Levels
| Individuals who have struggled with addiction know that addiction is a very complex problem that affects almost every aspect of their lives. Baby boomers, in particular, may have struggled with addiction for many years.
Other boomers have drifted into addiction from over-use of prescription opioid painkillers. An increasing number of boomers who enter addiction treatment are ‘late-onset’ addicts.
Boomer Rehab for Men
Arrowhead Lodge Recovery rehab for men provides a comprehensive full spectrum program of addiction treatment. We give our clients access to all of the tools they need to live their lives to the fullest – without drugs or alcohol.
Treating Core Issues and Tools for Recovery
At Arrowhead Lodge Recovery, we help our clients to get clean and stay that way. We do this by treating the underlying factors in their lives that would makes sobriety more difficult.
When a person is suffering from physical issues like chronic pain, depression, or another co-occurring disorder – their ability to achieve and maintain sobriety is compromised.
We don’t simply treat alcoholics and addicts. We treat the whole person with services that include:
The Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Staff includes a wide range of experienced, licensed professionals who provide more specific counseling and treatment.
Co-occurring Disorders Treatment
A co-occurring disorder means the addict has issues underlying his addiction. This may be depression, anxiety disorder, PTSD, bi-polar disorder or a personality disorder (anti-social, borderline, narcissistic, obsessive compulsive personality disorder, etc.)
For clients who suffer from a co-occurring disorder, Arrowhead Lodge Recovery has group and individual counseling by a licensed clinical social worker, a licensed professional counselor and a clinical psychologist. This means our clients receive evidence-based and individualized treatment for a wide range of disorders by competent, experienced professionals.
Why a Licensed Professional – and Why is it Important to YOU?
In the state of Arizona, a licensure controls the scope of practice. Substance abuse counselors (LISAC and LASAC) have a limited scope of practice; however, licensed clinical social workers (LCSW) and license professional counselors (LPC) have a broad scope of practice.
By having all three levels of licensure at Arrowhead Lodge Recovery, we can treat most behavioral and mental health disorders; however, we do not treat seriously mentally ill (SMI) patients or acutely mentally ill patients.
Some counselors obtain specialty certifications such as:
- CSAT – Certified Sex Addict Therapist
- CTT – Certified Trauma Therapist
- NGCC – National Gambling Counselor Certification
- CTTS – Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist
- CAMS – Certified Anger Management Specialist
- CEDS – Certified Eating Disorder Specialist
A behavioral health technician (BHT) has neither the education nor credentials to provide the clinical expertise in diagnosis and counseling for someone suffering from a mental health disorder(s). A BHT plays an important supporting role in behavioral health treatment, but a BHT does not replace the need for a licensed counselor.
Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Licensed Counselors
At Arrowhead Lodge Recovery, licensed counselors provide individual and group counseling. Our BHT’s support clients in all other matters related to their recovery.
Your diagnosis and behavioral and mental health counseling is provided by a licensed professional when you are at Arrowhead Lodge Recovery.
Arrowhead Lodge Recovery, Prescott, AZ
Questions? Need a quiet and safe place to explore your core addiction issues? Would you like to be close to the healing elements of nature – and away from the hustle of city living?
Start your journey to Addiction Recovery by contacting Arrowhead Lodge Recovery. Our boomer mens addiction recovery center is located in the mountains above Prescott, AZ.
Your confidentiality is assured when you contact us.
You are invited to speak personally and privately with Executive Director Dr. Kenneth Chance at (888) 654-2800.