Yes, addiction is a treatable disorder. Research on the science of addiction and the treatment of substance use disorders has led to the development of research-based methods that help people stop using drugs and resume a productive life, also known as recovery. Because addiction affects everyone differently, the course to recovery from addiction may be different for everyone. Addiction treatment can be effective, but it must be continuously monitored and adjusted to the needs of the person suffering from it to improve long-term addiction treatment.
Treatment options for addiction depend on several factors, including the type of addictive disorder, the duration and severity of the use, and its effects on the individual. While drug abuse and addiction have come under national attention recently, especially opioid addiction, the problem is widespread. We treat addiction and the underlying problems associated with addiction to provide comprehensive care that actually works. Experiential therapy uses non-traditional treatment methods to help recovering addicts overcome repressed feelings and emotions that may have contributed to their addiction.