Rocky Mountain Treatment Center Philosophy
Our philosophy is centered upon recognizing addiction as a chronic, relapsing brain disorder characterized by compulsive use of drugs and/or alcohol. Treatment requires a holistic approach based on a biopsychosocial model of care. This includes the physical, emotional, behavioral, family, social, and spiritual needs of the client. Within Rocky Mountain Treatment Center, our clients are engaged in real life activities and pursuits, allowing each individual to confront challenges, explore ideas, and build their foundation for a flourishing and comprehensive lifestyle of recovery.
Areas of Specialization
All clients meet with their primary counselor weekly for individual counseling. Additional sessions are provided based on the needs of the client.
Therapeutic interaction with our horses brings awareness to and helps develop interpersonal skills such as healthy boundaries, recognizing emotions, and equipping clients with the tools to improve damaged communication skills. Our equine therapy program is developed and run by a licensed addiction counselor, certified by the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Int’l.)
As our clients progress through their treatment we offer a 3-day family program to help teach patients and their families to understand addiction as a disease, constructive problem resolution, and tools to build effective support systems. Family education & therapy encourages change to a healthy self-image, clear communication with others, intimacy skills, a healthy value system, and the chance to trust and live in a loving, nurturing way.
Rocky Mountain Treatment Center conducts small group therapy twice daily. The therapy is designed to help the clients reinforce strengths, as well as address and resolve uncomfortable feelings and problems. Our therapists bring years of experience and are licensed addiction counselors, in dealing with chemical dependency and other addictions. They utilize a broad range of therapeutic techniques determined by individualized needs of the clients.
Recreational Therapy helps clients to develop and expand their emotional connections in order to help them develop a new, healthy & successful lifestyle free from your old patterns and habits. Fitness is a key component in physical health, self-esteem, leisure and social activities. These are all key components in ongoing recovery.
The spiritual growth of clients is important in their recovery. Our staff works with clients and family members regarding self-esteem, self-awareness, and a sense of purpose. Groups and educational sessions are conducted on a regularly scheduled basis to help clients and family members develop a new spiritual awareness, with meditation daily.
Careful, individualized continuing care plans are developed with client participation. The formation of the plan begins during the first week of the client’s treatment and continues throughout his/her stay. The continuing care plan includes a minimum of 12 weeks of outpatient follow-up plus regular attendance at Twelve-Step meetings. We also arrange other follow-up services such as mental health, family and physical health as part of the continuing care plan.
Twelve Step Program
At Rocky Mountain, the treatment process is based around a Twelve-Step Program. This includes in-house meetings, community meetings, step meetings and appropriate reading and discussion of other Twelve-Step materials.
Group & Individual Counseling
Designated Smoking Areas
Family Group Counseling
RMTC isn’t just a place where you fill out paperwork and go through the motions. It’s a place where I learned to practice my spirituality in my life long search for peace & serenity. One of my favorite experiences was the equine therapy. I’ve always loved horses, but didn’t fully realize the connection between us. Watching the horse circle the ring, slowing to a slow meandering walk as I slowed my heart rate & began to relax. It was if I was looking int a mirror of my emotions. It gave me a deeper sense of myself and what behavioral changes I needed to make. Truly something that no counselor could have done.- Colton
I learned that I was completely powerless over alcohol and my life was unmanageable. While working with the counselors, attending AA meetings and Equine therapy, I was able to take the blinders off and truly see who I was, soon pride, anger, self pity, were being replaced by spirituality, humility, and hope. I will be leaving RMTC soon, but I feel I have been given the tools to remain emotionally, spiritually and physically healthy.- Kerstan
After struggling with Alcoholism for over 30 years the center opened my eyes to a new life. The counseling and care I received was awesome! The tools for a sober life that they taught me I will use always,“one day at a time”. I am writing this with a heart full of gratitude because the treatment center literally saved my life. I thank God everyday for bringing me there.- Chris
Meet the Staff
Scott Jaynes, LAC
Dr. Brice Addison, MD
Jessica Hofer, LAC, PATH
Counselor, Equine Therapy Coordinator
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