When it comes to making a complete recovery from an addiction or mental health disorder, family support is vital.
At Clearview, we know how important this component is to treatment. That is why we’ve created several opportunities for families to be involved in treatment and get needed support themselves.
Three-Day Family Program
Clearview’s three-day intensive family program is designed to help families change damaging behaviors and rebuild their relationships. During the family program, you will participate in activities and group sessions that will help you to address family issues and build effective communication skills.
With the guidance of Clearview’s skilled treatment team, you will be able to overcome barriers to change and strengthen your family relationships.
Our intensive three-day family program is free and available to any family in the Los Angeles area who needs help, whether or not you have a loved one in treatment at Clearview.
DBT Family Skills Course
For families of women at Clearview Women’s Center’s residential treatment program, we offer a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills course. This five-week course provides family members an overview of the DBT skills their loved one is learning during treatment.
When you can learn the DBT skills as well, you can learn how to have better communication with your loved one and how to provide them even more support in their recovery. The course also gives you a chance to get support from and connect with other families when you need it most.
The course is held weekly via telephone and is led by one of our experienced DBT therapists. It is only open to families of women enrolled at Clearview Women’s Center, and is included as part of treatment.
Family Support Group
No matter what diagnosis your loved one has, it can be helpful for you to get support as well. That is why, every week, we hold a free family support group at our Westwood location.
This family support group is open to families of clients enrolled in any of our treatment programs, as well as other families in the community who need support.
Any client enrolled at Clearview can request couples and family therapy sessions with their therapist or case manager.