Welcome to Prominence Treatment Center. If you have not found success with the 12-step rehab model of recovery you are not alone. For 70 years the only treatments available were based on Alcoholics Anonymous’ 12-Step and 12 traditions. Alcoholics Anonymous has helped many people, however, the relapse rate is staggeringly high.
Prominence Treatment Center’s Non 12-Step program is designed to provide the highest quality and personalized care available in the addiction industry today.
What is The Difference Between Non-12 Step Rehab and 12 Step Rehab?
Non-12 step rehab is an evidence-based approach to recovery that does not use the traditional 12 step rehab model established by Alcoholics Anonymous. Prominence Treatment Center recognizes that a variety of treatments, focused on the psychology of thoughts, behaviors, emotions and the environment in which a person lives, works and interacts with others, is an effective way for people to change their lives for the better.
In comparison, a 12-step rehab program is a more traditional approach to addiction recovery. The Alcoholics Anonymous model of treatment focuses on moving people through a stricter series of “steps” to help them overcome their addiction, following a timeline and series of methods identical to everyone else.
The non-12 step approach is an alternative, more individualized method of therapy that addresses and attempts to treat co-occurring and underlying issues that might contribute to addiction. Treatment is customizable, flexible and based on more holistic practices. It is deeply rooted in the science of addiction, and how gradual changes in thought and behavioral patterns can empower a person to gain control of and improve their life for the long-term.
What is Prominence Treatment Center’s Approach to Non 12 Step Rehab?
Prominence Treatment Center provides a variety of topic-focused group therapy sessions. Led by a licensed therapist, these group sessions provide a safe environment for members to listen to others and share their thoughts.
Neuroscience and Substance Abuse
This group serves as an informative and interactive opportunity for people to learn how the brain develops. It also teaches participants how the brain adapts to new thought patterns and behaviors as a step toward making positive real life changes.
The Interactive Model of Behavior
This group expands the traditional behavioral model to include not only an interaction between thoughts, emotions and behaviors, but also incorporates the environment in which a person lives and the routines that enforce certain undesired behaviors. Group members learn how their behavior within their home, work and other environments can change the behaviors of those around them.
This group explains the differences between physical, cognitive and emotional development. Members aim to further their emotional development by learning and discussing the skills necessary to move through the various stages required to develop emotionally.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
This group teaches members to develop long lasting, life altering behavior changes. They are taught that habits related to addiction and substance abuse are learned behaviors which can undergo changes with therapy focused on the relationship between thoughts and actions.