Therapy

Individual Therapy 
Developing your future

Hospitality House provides a minimum of one hour of individual therapy per week for every client. Individual therapy is where your personal and emotional needs are addressed.

Our individual therapists are all Master’s level-clinicians specializing in addictions treatment. They use an eclectic mix of counseling theories and models including, but not limited to, cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, contingency management, social casework, solution-focused therapy, task-centered practice, ego psychology, and other evidence-based interventions.


Group Therapy
Growing with others

Hospitality House offers many different group therapies and will vary based on the population needs of our clients. We have a range of supportive, therapeutic, and psychoeducational groups. Some group topics include:

  • Anger and Addiction
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Trauma Group
  • Coping Skills
  • Education/Vocation Group
  • Mental Health
  • Criminal Thinking
  • Goal Planning Group
  • Tobacco Group
  • Co-Dependency
  • Family Dynamics
  • Problem Solving
  • Relationships
  • Parenting
  • Leisure in Recovery
  • Drug-specific Groups
  • Core Groups
  • CBT and Recovery Group
  • Sexuality
  • Focus Groups
  • Mediation Groups

Family Support Therapy
The most vital network

Hospitality House knows the destruction that active addiction often brings to families. Because we believe that family is a vital component of a healthy social support system, we place a strong emphasis on rebuilding familial relationships.

We allow onsite visitation with children, family members, and friends. We also work with family courts and DSS to support supervised visitations onsite or offsite. Family members and friends with releases signed by the client are encouraged to reach out to program counselors for updates on progress, as well as to further discussions about how family supports can be leveraged to maximize the likelihood for successful outcomes. We also encourage family sessions that allow family members, significant others, and friends, to attend and support our clients. Families are also invited to share their input and experience in areas such as, discharge planning, family boundaries, and family roles. We support families attending Al-Anon, and other services, and we can often offer resources and referrals for these services.