We believe addiction is treatable as a disease and is not a moral issue.
Addiction is a disease that encompasses the mind, body and spirit. Recovery from chemical dependency requires total abstinence from all mind/mood altering chemicals.
The disease of addiction is progressive, affecting not only the addict/alcoholic, but family members, friends and co-workers.
If untreated, one’s quality of life continues to deteriorate. This can be fatal.
We provide each client with an empathetic multi-disciplinary treatment team, working together to assess, diagnose, and develop a treatment plan to maximize recovery from chemical dependency.
Our goal-oriented and client-specific treatment methods provide optimum care and relapse prevention. Archway Recovery Centers’ treatment program includes private individual life management skills, along with group and family therapy. We believe in the value of peer support and our programs are designed to assist individuals in a shared experience of recovery.
THE ARCHWAY RECOVERY EQUINE THERAPY PROGRAM FOR ARCHWAY CLIENTS.
Amanda Landis uses a powerful and effective therapeutic approach that has an incredible impact on Clients in Early Recovery. Amanda and the Archway Counselor address the Client’s mental and emotional needs including behavioral issues, attention deficit disorder, PTSD, substance abuse, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, relationship problems and communication needs. The potential applications for Equine Therapy are limitless! For more information on the possibilities, contact us at Archway Recovery Centers and Amanda Landis, Equine Therapy Program.
YOGA THROUGH THE 12 - STEPS.
Grace Matuska took her first Yoga class in 1998 at Yoga Yoga in Austin, TX. After many twists and turns through life, she returned to Yoga Yoga to complete her Yoga Teacher Training Program in Hatha Flow. Grace has been sober since April 2007 and has been a residence of Kerrville since that time. She loves living in the Texas Hill Country and enjoys being an active member of the Kerrville recovery community. Her teaching style focuses on connecting breath and movement and practicing "being right here, right now". She loves sharing her passion for Yoga with others, and helping them to use Yoga to deal with the many challenges that we all face through life.