Bridging the Gap Between Addiction, Mental Health and Trauma
Internationally Recognized Residential Treatment Center
Now Offering: Visiting Providers Program
The second Monday and Tuesday of every month, Healing Springs Ranch (HSR) will open their doors to independent providers (counselors, social workers, etc.) who want to experience the clinical program that HSR is so well known for, enhance their own skills and earn CEU's in the process.
Healing Springs Ranch is an Internationally recognized residential treatment center for adults recovering from all addictions, substance use, and other related mental health issues. Tucked away on 80 acres of beautiful and serene lakefront property north of the Dallas metroplex, Healing Springs offers an “Integrated Addiction ModelTM" which identifies the underlying issues and unresolved trauma behind most, if not all, addictive patterns and co-occurring symptoms and diagnoses - all during one treatment stay.
Since each person’s addictive and mental health issues lie in a delicate and complex interplay between psychological, chemical, and physical aspects of recovery, our treatment program offers a unique personalized approach that addresses the “Whole Person”.
Integrated Addiction Model
Our “Integrated Addiction Model™” which focuses on the “function” of the addiction as opposed to the “behavior”. This means that we identify and address the underlying “function” of ALL addictive cycles including those patterns seen in most mental health symptoms and diagnoses. Whether a person struggles with alcoholism, drug abuse, depression, anxiety, or is addicted to a process such as gambling, pornography, gaming, shopping, etc., our model recognizes that these symptoms all serve the same purpose- to avoid and medicate the pain. This unresolved pain and/or trauma, in addition to low self-esteem and poor coping skills, create the perfect combination for a desperate need to escape.
How Our Treatment Model Makes Us Different
Research on The Integrated Addiction Model at Healing Springs Ranch demonstrated a reduction of depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress from admission to discharge.