Our Substance Use Disorder Therapies
Therapy is one of the most proven tools in psychiatry and will be the mainstay of your treatment at Oxford, our Mississippi rehab facility. Substance use disorder therapy allows individuals to discuss the challenges they are facing in a secure, comforting environment, whether that be in a group, one-on-one with a therapist, or on horseback.
Core Therapies at Oxford Treatment Center
You’ll receive at least one hour of individual therapy for substance use disorder a week. These sessions will allow you to work one-on-one with a substance use disorder counselor or therapist, gathering the skillsets you’ll need in recovery and recognizing possible triggers.
Group therapy for substance use disorder will be the main method of treatment during your time at Oxford. Whether you end up learning various relapse prevention skills or speaking with your peers in groups, you’ll have a secure, nonjudgmental environment to share your experiences and forge a new path towards recovery.
One of the most common types of therapies used in treating substance use disorder, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), is offered to patients at Oxford. Designed to help individuals challenge and change harmful thoughts and belief systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for substance use disorder can help you transition into a positive outlook on life and recovery.
If the patient consents, and if their therapists think it will be conducive to their recovery, we can also facilitate family group therapy for substance use disorder treatment. With lecture series, therapy sessions, and Sunday visits, Oxford is dedicated to helping families and their loved ones heal the wounds caused by addiction.
Sometimes, leisure and recreation can be as therapeutic and beneficial as the traditional modes of treatment. Our recreation program is overseen by licensed therapists, and ranges from hiking trails to various equine-centric activities.
One of the most popular activities at Oxford, our equine program will have you working firsthand with the horses. Many find solace and connection in the animals, building mutual trust and self-confidence. While you’ll eventually be able to ride the horses, for safety concerns, the first part of the program will be focused on caring for the animal. Because of the construction of a new arena, we are able to offer this activity year-round.
We also offer medication-assisted treatment (MAT) on an as-needed basis. During our MAT program, you may receive medications ranging from Vivitrol, Naltrexone, Buprenorphine, or Naloxone. You’ll also receive counseling.
The 12-Steps is one of the oldest methods of addiction treatment. While many secular alternatives have sprouted up, the generally effectiveness of abstinence-based treatment remains fairly steady. At Oxford, you will be able to participate in various 12-Step groups. When you’ve finished with inpatient or residential treatment, the discharge planners will connect you with local 12-Step chapters near your home so you can continue attending meetings well into your recovery.
Other Addiction Treatment Therapies
Patients at Oxford may also have access to the following therapies, depending on their time in treatment:
Art is one of the oldest forms of human communication, and has been proven to be effective during various types of psychiatric treatments. Our art therapy specialists will work with you across a variety of artistic mediums. Whether painting, drawing, or molding clay, you’ll have a unique way to express emotions and work through them towards recovery.
Many of the nation’s top advertisers, marketers, and artists will tell you: music communicates. So why not use music to help communicate during treatment as well? Our music therapy program for substance use disorder will see you working with a licensed therapist to articulate past traumas and work past them, all through the medium of music.
Yoga and Mindfulness
Part of a long Hindu and Buddhist tradition, yoga has entered the modern world, partially as a great way to stay in shape, but also as a tool of recovery. When coupled with mindfulness and meditation, yoga can be a calming experience used to center oneself and refocus on recovery. At Oxford, you’ll be able to work with certified yoga and mindfulness instructors, and can learn to use the methods as a way to relax and digest a long day of treatment.
Not sure what therapies are right for you or your loved one? That is okay! We are here to help. We have a dedicated staff available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have or get the admissions process started. Give us a call at and we can work together to figure out the best approach to getting addiction treatment in MS at Oxford Treatment Center.