Internationally Recognized Residential Treatment Center
Today Life Begins Again
Trauma Trained Therapists
Integrated Addiction Model
Providing Integrated Recovery
Identify, Release, and Resolve
Healing Springs Ranch - Addiction, Mental Health & Trauma
Healing Springs Ranch is a known residential treatment center that offers comprehensive support to adults seeking recovery from various addictions, including substance and process addictions, as well as related mental health symptoms and behaviors. Set on 80 acres of breathtaking lakefront property just north of the Dallas metroplex, our unique "Integrated Addiction Model™" delves deep into the underlying causes and unresolved trauma that frequently play a role in chronic addictive and mental health patterns, as well as co-occurring symptoms.
How Can We Help?
We our committed to a smaller treatment setting which allows us to provide each client with tailored holistic treatment plans that supports their recovery needs. This program is supported by 4 unique and interwoven components that are critical in sustaining sobriety and good emotional health.
Past – recognizing and resolving past trauma and pain,
Patterns - identifying all addictive patterns (thoughts and behaviors),
Practice - practice Mind/Body integration through active release of emotions,
Purpose – identify and explore one’s personal purpose and life mission.
These 4 core components are addressed through a combination of classroom style learning and expressive/experiential modalities. We also oﬀer individual therapy sessions, family involvement whenever possible (take out) and 24/7 nursing care. All of our treatment programs are built on evidence-based practices in order to provide our clients with the highest standards of care.
How Our Addiction Treatment Model Makes Us Different
HSR offers a one-of-a-kind "Integrated Addiction Model™" that uncovers the root causes and unresolved trauma that often contribute to chronic addictive and mental health patterns and co-occurring symptoms.
We believe that people are more than just their behaviors and that all addictive behaviors serve a purpose or “function.” Our “functional” approach helps to identify the “root” cause underlying the behaviors as opposed to just the behaviors themselves.