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A healthy and stable environment is critical for recovery, which is why a family therapy program is an essential component of what we offer at Liberty Health Services. Addiction therapy programs are the heart of recovery from substance use disorders, and family can play a crucial role.

Liberty Health Services offers luxury detox and addiction treatment in New Hampshire. Our family-focused approach provides a strong support network and helps to heal relationships sometimes damaged by drug abuse.

If you have broken relationships with family members due to addiction, our family therapy program can repair and enhance these important connections.

What Is Family Therapy?

family therapy programFamily therapy provides family members a voice as someone they love works toward recovery. Addiction is a disease that affects entire families. It can leave loved ones confused and hurt.

A family therapy program brings people together to talk through issues that can occur when a loved one has a substance use disorder. It is part of a larger therapeutic approach at Liberty Health Services that includes individual therapy and detox programs.

What Is the Goal of a Family Therapy Program?

Family therapy isn’t about pointing fingers. The primary goal is to help people understand addiction and some behaviors that can come with it. It also provides family members with tools that help them improve their relationship with someone in recovery.

Another goal is to help family members form a support system for someone going through treatment and recovery. Family members learn to identify triggers and risky behaviors that can lead to relapse. Therapy also teaches families how to handle these situations and provides them with resources that can help.

Addiction treatment is a learning process for most people, including family. The more information you have, the better the chances someone you love will find lasting recovery.

What Are the Benefits of Family Therapy?

There are many benefits of the family therapy program at Liberty Health Services, including:

  • An understanding of healthy boundaries
  • Improved problem-solving skills
  • Better communication skills
  • Addiction education
  • Introduction to addiction resources
  • Enhanced overall relationships

The bottom line is that family therapy builds a stronger support network for everyone.

What To Expect From Family Therapy at Liberty Health Services

At Liberty Health Services, we know that having a healthy family takes some work, especially when substance use disorder is an issue. We show family members what dynamics contribute to and reinforce addictive behaviors.

Our family therapy in New Hampshire works to bust through barriers that interfere with effective and helpful communication. We work to help family members interact positively.

What Other Programs Are Available at Liberty Health Services?

Liberty Health Services offers family therapy in New Hampshire, but that’s not all we do. We specialize in detox services. Detox begins after the last dose of a drug or drink of alcohol. Managed detox programs like ours can improve your chances of sobriety and get you ready for a primary treatment program.

Programs at Liberty Health Services include:

We provide a small and intimate setting for detox. Our facility in New Hampshire has just 24-beds, so we work with a small group at a time. That means added comfort and privacy. Once you complete detox with us, we can help you transfer to primary care treatment with one of our trusted partners.

Heal Family Issues Today with Liberty Health Services

Family therapy at Liberty Health Services can help you overcome obstacles that can interfere with your recovery. And we do it in style with luxury amenities.

If your family can benefit from the services we offer, give us a call at 855.959.4521 or go online and fill out our online contact form. The staff at Liberty Health Services is ready to answer any question you might have about family therapy.