Additionally, we incorporate alternative therapies such as acupuncture and massage to help clients achieve a sense of balance and well-being. Our experienced and compassionate staff will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan to meet your specific needs. We understand that the journey to recovery can be difficult, but with our holistic approach and support, you can achieve the tools to change your life and achieve lasting recovery.
Our team of experienced and compassionate professionals at Healing Pines Recovery understands that the journey to recovery can be difficult, and we are here to support you every step of the way.
Our holistic approach to addiction treatment addresses the whole person – mind, body, and spirit. We believe that physical fitness and a healthy diet are essential for sustained recovery. At our center, we provide opportunities for physical activity and offer a balanced, nutritious diet to help our clients achieve a sense of well-being and energy.
We also incorporate alternative therapies such as acupuncture, massage, and animal-assisted therapy to promote healing and growth. Our equine therapy program is especially effective in helping our clients develop key skills such as accountability, responsibility, confidence, self-control, and problem-solving skills.
Both nutrition and fitness are cornerstones for sustained recovery. At our drug rehab in Colorado, we focus on treating the entire person, mind, body, and spirit. Exercise has mental and physical benefits that keep your mind clear and open in your recovery. Exercise increases energy, and enhances mood, which assists in keeping you positive throughout recovery. A balanced, healthy diet with a focus on nutrition can change a person’s sense of well-being and energy. A healthy brain and body enable us to be the best we can be, to be well-rounded individuals in recovery and life in general.
Working with animals is a fun and calming activity. We all emit energy as do animals, and to get in sync with an animal has great healing properties for ones well being. At our drug rehab for men, we have donkeys and dogs on-site that our clients interact with daily. We also go off-site to visit with more animals. Working with horses, lamas, goats to name a few, and contributing time to animal shelters and all activities that we incorporate at Healing Pines.
Equine Therapy is a kind of Animal-Assisted Therapy in which patients are made to interact with horses. It refers to the therapeutic properties of having guided interactions with the horses facilitated by a professional. Equine therapy helps patients develop key skills such as accountability, responsibility, confidence, self-control, and problem-solving skills.
We work with most major commercial insurance plans which can help cover up to 100% of the costs associated with treatment.
We incorporate many outdoor activities in our Active Recovery methods. It is always exciting to show patients how much fun they can have in sobriety, by engaging them in familiar or new experiences. There is a lot to process early on in sobriety, a lot of emotions that had been suppressed come to the surface. Having a positive outlet to express yourself and release built up emotions and energy is crucial to sustain a positive think flow and life style. We have many activities ranging from disc golf, mountain biking, pickle ball, basketball, foosball, pool, and hiking trails, right here, on the 40 acre Ranch.
We have a strong focus on the energy of the groups and the center overall. We practice mindfulness activities throughout the day. Morning and evening meditation, some within a group setting and some on a personals individual time. We have guided meditation, daily reflections, dream interpretation, and other group mindfulness activities that include Outdoor Experiential Therapy, pottery, and art therapy. Expressing yourself through art is a liberating experience and tests our imagination and creativeness.
Being in tune with our body, mind, and spirit, through mediation and mindfulness activities, is crucial for sustained recovery. The better we get to know ourselves and our thought patterns and routines, the easier it is to connect with our foundations in recovery, all that we have learned as tools to help remain sober.
At our holistic rehab center in Colorado, Yoga and Tai Chi is incorporated into our daily routines. Stretching, elongating and engaging muscle groups keeps a healthy flow of blood oxygen to the brain and body, enhancing our well being and emotional, mental capacity. Yoga is not a requirement but is highly encouraged. They are short but powerful mindfulness activities.
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Our inpatient rehab in Colorado offers an extensive holistic addiction treatment program to help individuals overcome substance use disorder and achieve long-term recovery. Our approach entails treating the whole person, including the mind, body, and spirit, through various evidence-based and alternative therapies. We provide clients with the tools to build a strong foundation for a sober life, including relapse prevention techniques, coping skills, and healthy lifestyle habits. Our compassionate and experienced staff work tirelessly to create an atmosphere of safety, healing, and transformation. If you or someone you love is struggling with addiction, Healing Pines Recovery in Colorado is a wonderful option to consider for a personalized and effective approach to recovery. Remember, help is just a phone call away!
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Mike is a Licensed Addiction Counselor with a passion for science and evidence-based practice. As an undergraduate Mike participated in the McNair Scholars program where he partnered with a highly published scientist to create an original project seeking to understand the intersection of trauma types and interpersonal behaviors. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a Minor in Latino Studies, Mike went on to study at Cal State San Bernardino for a Master of Science in Clinical Counseling Psychology. Under the supervision of Dr. Christina Hassija, Mike learned the intricacies of trauma-focused therapy including Prolonged Exposure for PTSD and went on to co-author an encyclopedia chapter on trauma-focused treatments with his said mentor. After graduation, Mike worked in the addictions field applying trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT) within various treatment settings including government mental health clinics, residential units, and outpatient non-profits. Mike has also completed post graduate training in addictions and obtained multiple certificates in various CBT modalities.
Despite the scholarly and clinical resume, Mike truly appreciates the process of change and seeks to find joy in the work of therapy. He believes that therapists are present to serve the milieu and that a custom approach to recovery is paramount. He takes personal stories of trauma, grief, and general loss seriously while finding humility in being a part of another’s recovery journey.
Dr. Canfield grew up in Southern California and graduated Cum Laude with his bachelor’s degree in psychology. He attended medical school at Western University of Health Sciences in California before moving to Colorado to complete his psychiatry residency at the University of Colorado where he served as chief resident. He completed additional training in psychoanalysis at the University of Colorado. He has worked in forensic psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, and physician mental health. He strives to stay current with evidence based treatments in psychiatry. When not working, Dr. Canfield is spending time with his wife and three boys.