Personalized Outpatient Addiction Program

There is a complex connection between mental health and substance use. Those suffering from co-occurring substance use disorders often find themselves caught in a dangerous cycle in which one diagnosis continually compounds the symptoms of the other.

Individuals may turn to drugs and alcohol as self-medication against the effects of depression, anxiety, or other mental health conditions. Conversely, drug and alcohol use may exacerbate pre-existing mental illness, magnify genetic vulnerability, or negatively impact adolescent brain development. Both substance use disorder and mental health conditions have a profound effect on emotional and physical wellbeing.

Our Approach to Healing Co-Occurring Substance Use Disorders

Our unique treatment approach, Neurobiological Integration (NBI), addresses co-occurring substance use disorders by recalibrating the stress response in both the mind and the body. This comprehensive method restores balance to the whole system, resulting in better, more sustainable outcomes. NBI is tailored to meet your individual needs, and is designed to reframe your cognitive and behavioral responses, regulate your nervous system, and restore balance to your brain chemistry.

Develop Emotional Resilience
True Life provides Individual, Couples, and Group Therapy options that allow you to better understand your illness, experience therapeutic processing, undergo cognitive restructuring, and develop tools for emotional regulation and resilience.

Regulate Your Nervous System
Through one-on-one mindfulness, yoga, nutrition, fitness and bodywork sessions, our integrative practitioners work with you to calm the limbic system, rewire your stress response, alleviate physical symptoms, and establish restorative self-care practices.

Restore Balance to Your Brain Chemistry
Psychiatry at True Life goes far beyond medication. Our highly-skilled psychiatrists are interested in getting to know your story through evaluation, assessment, and regular in-person meetings. With knowledge of your unique neurochemical makeup in mind, our psychiatric team works with you to discuss whether medication would help you meet your treatment goals.