“Offered at select facilities, this type of¬†addiction therapy¬†has an experiential component and is centered on an activity in which a clinical professional can actively engage with clients. Examples include: group challenges, outdoor activities, ropes courses, equine therapy, games or other skill-building healing activities. Designed to help clients identify strengths and skills, build social support, and address basic recovery issues, these groups assist with the development of self-care, boundaries, accountability, and trust.”
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