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Why Family Group Is An Important Part of Addiction Treatment


family addiction therapy

Substance abuse and alcohol addiction can damage a family, erode trust and strain relationships. When a loved one is battling addiction, we encourage family members and supportive friends to participate in family therapy and assist on the road to recovery.


Family therapy for addiction is a form of psychotherapy that addresses the addiction in the context of the entire family and works to restore the health of both the individual, as well as family members and those closest to them.


Research suggests that family involvement in the recovery process increases a patient’s potential for recovery.



What Is Family Group Therapy For Addiction?


At family group patients are encouraged to invite a supportive spouse, child or parent to attend and learn more about the disease of addiction, ask questions, and role play different events and receive feedback. Family group is a small group centered lecture that allows our patients' support system to understand ways they can help rather than enable their loved one. We believe addiction is a family disease and we need to treat it in a holistic therapeutic approach.

Through individual, small group, couples counseling, and family sessions we are able to meet the needs of the family in a helpful and supportive manner.


Care Addiction Center offers a Family Group Therapy program for its patients every Saturday morning.


Getting Help For Addiction


While addiction recovery can be challenging, it is achievable with the right resources and support. If you or somebody in your life seems to have an issue with alcohol or suffering from addiction, professional help may be the best option for recovery.


At Care Addiction Center, we offer treatment plans that address every facet of your addiction, serving individuals in Geneva, Batavia, Sycamore, St. Charles, and Kane County, with online addiction treatment available anywhere in Illinois. 


To get started on the road to recovery, or if you have questions about helping yourself or a loved one, call us today or schedule a confidential assessment online and begin treatment.

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