Refuge Recovery is a mindfulness-based addiction treatment program that utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the cornerstone of the curriculum.
The program blends Buddhist philosophy, traditional psychotherapy, and adjunctive modalities including individual and group therapies, mindfulness-based relapse prevention, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), eye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR), integrative somatic experiencing, attachment theory, internal family systems work, somatic-based meditation, yoga, experiential therapies, motivational interviewing and coaching, art therapy, poetry, anger management, mindfulness-based living skills, and intensive writing workshops. Trauma and PTSD-resolution groups provide a safe environment for people to learn to self-regulate and process the suffering caused by their addiction and trauma.
Individualized treatment plans include one-on-one sessions with a psychiatrist, psychotherapist, and personal case manager to ensure both a linear continuity of care and optimum recovery efficacy. As clients progress through our program, they regain clarity, mindfulness, and full restoration of choice.