Counseling

Counseling is a critical element in achieving lasting recovery.

My Hope For Tomorrow’s Point Pleasant, WV location, along with our affiliate clinics in Martinsburg and Charleston put counseling as the center piece of helping patients enrolled in medication-assisted treatment.

Being addicted to opioids and other substances goes beyond physical dependence. Even after detox, although your body may not have a physical dependence any longer, there are different triggers for different people which can leave one at risk for relapse. Counseling can help address these triggers and identify coping skills to deal with them.

Addressing the psychological aspects of addiction is critical to long-term recovery. Our centers provide counseling as essential element of the overall treatment program. Various forms of counseling may be used including, but certainly not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling and group therapy. There are many forms of counseling and no single approach is the answer. The individualized treatment plan will be tailored to your individual needs.

Patients who undergo individual counseling with our highly trained team will work on addressing the root of their opioid use disorder. Patients admitted to our Residential Program will participate in a daily schedule of group and individual therapies to build insight into the disease process and ways in which they can create a new life in recovery. These sessions are crucial to a patient’s preparation for the daily challenges they may face during and post treatment. A goal without a plan is merely a wish. Our individual and group sessions will focus on the steps needed to accomplish your goals. Hope For Tomorrow counselors are prepared to help you develop attainable goals in order to achieve healthy milestones while thoughtfully tracking your progress.

There is strength in numbers, and Group Substance Use Counseling at Hope For Tomorrow will introduce you to a group of professional counselors and supportive peers that encourage, empathize and understand the recovery process that you are going through. Our Residential Program group therapy schedule meets on a daily basis with the goal of building a healthy sense of community, insight and accountability. It is a proven and effective method for MAT (Medication-Assisted Treatment) patients to interact with others who are on a similar journey like them. When encouraged to share your feelings with others who can empathize, you’ll notice the comfort and relief that comes with belonging and not feeling alienated by your addiction. 

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Our team has not only experience in clinical training, but have been where you are in wanting to recover from the disease of addiction.

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