The Treatment Process
The Nestled offers multiple levels of care for those looking for an individualized approach to recovering from substance abuse and addiction. Our patients typically start at our 10-20 day detox to safely cleanse the substance from their system and minimize withdrawal symptoms.
Our services include:
After a physical “reset,” patients step down to our residential level of care for support during the post-acute (physical) withdrawal symptoms. At these levels of care, The Nestled patients are provided 24/7 nursing care and over 20 weekly hours of programming that include group, individual, and family therapy in addition to experiential therapies such as music, yoga, art, meditation, breathing exercises and dance.
In addition, our clinical staff is trained in identifying signs of trauma that may be underlying both the mental health and substance abuse disorders. Trauma can be as early as the formative years of childhood or in adulthood and can include medical, physical, verbal abuse, or emotional neglect. In addition, growing up in an environment with domestic violence, addiction, mental illness, divorce, death, abandonment, are all examples of traumatic adverse childhood events that could be impacting an individual present day.
Through different trauma modalities such as eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), parts and memory, and somatic therapies we aid patients in delving deep into the open wounds that continue to trigger their brains and bodies in responding as if the trauma were still happening. The aim of trauma therapies is to help the patients desensitize to the traumatic memory so that when they recall it (because we cannot erase the memories) the uncomfortable emotions such as shame are not as intense and triggering for the patients.