Family Therapy for Clients

Having a solid support network provides you with the care and assistance you need to overcome challenges that may arise during and after treatment. Family is an essential component. At Mountainside, we understand that drug and alcohol abuse can shatter family relationships, and so, our Family Wellness Services help you recognize and address the impact that your addiction has had on those around you so that you can begin to rebuild strained bonds and receive the support you need to succeed.

Family Wellness

Individual Family Counseling

One-on-one session to help you understand and analyze your current family dynamics, discusses the negative impact that damaged relationships can have on your progress, and explore the best ways to repair them.

Family Consultations

Family Counseling

Joint family therapy session to open the lines of communication between you and your loved ones, allowing you and your family to devise a plan together for a healthier relationship moving forward.

Family Wellness

Family Dynamics Group

Discussion of how your addiction has impacted your family, how your family has impacted you and your addiction, as well as the role your family members and friends play in your treatment and recovery.

Family Therapy for Families

Learning that your loved one is struggling with addiction is difficult. It can fill you with guilt, anger, and resentment. It can make you feel lost and alone with nowhere to turn. Mountainside’s Family Wellness Services are designed to provide help for families just like yours. With the guidance and support from our team of experts, you will learn how to best support your loved one’s recovery while relearning how to take care of your own needs.

Family Recovery Resources

Watching your loved one ⎼ parent, spouse, son, daughter, friend ⎼ struggle with drugs or alcohol can take a tremendous toll on your well-being. Whether they are in addiction treatment or not, it is important that you take care of yourself. Attending family support group meetings can help you gain a new perspective on addiction, provide you with guidance from others who are going through similar experiences, and empower you to regain your life and effectively contribute to your loved one’s success.

We recommend reaching out to these organizations for additional recovery support:

  • Al-Anon – If your loved one is struggling with alcoholism
  • Nar-Anon – If your loved one is struggling with drugs
  • PAL – If your son or daughter is addicted to drugs or alcohol
  • ACA – If your father or mother is struggling with addiction
  • CoDA – If you are in a codependent relationship

For helpful articles on how addiction impacts the family, tips for self-care, and what you can do to help your addicted loved one, visit our blog.