Equine Assisted Therapy
Residents enjoy this experiential modality that allows them the opportunity to interact with horses on an ongoing basis and to simultaneously improve both their physical and mental health. By participating in equine activities such as grooming, feeding and ground exercise, residents are introduced to the opportunity to build on their feelings of self-worth, accountability, and purpose.
Often, the most difficult part of the recovery process is adjusting to the responsibilities and requirements of life after an in-patient rehabilitation stay, while also managing the consequences of addiction. Magnolia Ranch Recovery has a staff dedicated to helping clients successfully maneuver back into the real world while maintaining a balanced life of recovery, by assisting them in building back a foundation and a future through offering a comprehensive Case Management curriculum.
The aftercare process begins in treatment with discharge planning. The primary purpose behind our aftercare program is to provide continuous support and progress metrics to individuals who have recently completed addiction treatment and are beginning re-assimilation back into society. Our aftercare program offers support, guidance, and ongoing follow-up care in order to ensure that each client is continuing on the path towards long-term sobriety.
Every individual experiences the process of relapse in varying ways, though relapse can always be prevented. Relapse is not a part of recovery, but in many cases, it is a reality. In most instances, relapse begins as an emotional and mental experience before is shifts to a literal physical relapse – picking up and using drugs or alcohol after an extended period of sobriety. If the signs of relapse are caught early on, it is easy to identify and reverse them with some professional intervention and self-determination.
Often referred to as a “family disease”, addiction can undoubtedly tear even the strongest families apart in a matter of months. It is not uncommon for the family of an addict or alcoholic to feel at a loss once a loved one has left for treatment, and begun their journey into recovery. Additionally, feelings of hostility and ill-will are likely to develop while your loved one is in active addiction, for it often seems that drugs and alcohol take top priority over even those that have shown nothing but unconditional love for so long.
The Magnolia Ranch curriculum management team is tasked with the important duty of coordinating, implementing and reviewing each client’s individualized treatment plan. Because they are so involved in each aspect of a client’s recovery, from medication to therapy and beyond, curriculum managers are an indispensable asset to each patient’s overall recovery.
In many cases, addictive tendencies are brought to light in an individual after they undergo a traumatic experience. Trauma ranges in severity, though every experience is the same in the sense that it is a crucial component of active addiction. Trauma must be professionally addressed in order to ensure maintainable sobriety, for it is proven that if left untreated, traumatic experience can lead directly to relapse.
At Magnolia Ranch, we realize that often addiction is supported by one or more co-occurring conditions, and so we also specialize in treatment for:
• Co-Occurring Disorders
• Chronic Relapse
• Coping Skills
• & More