Therapeutic Interventions At Epiphany Wellness

Effective Treatment For Holistic Recovery

When navigating mental health and substance use disorders, you need practical and effective solutions to help you safely recover. At Epiphany Wellness, we’ve curated a wide range of effective and evidence-based therapies to equip and empower your journey.

Here, you’ll learn more about yourself, your internal processes, the impact of your past, the natural progression of habits, self-awareness, self-acceptance, practical coping skills, and increased interpersonal skills.

Family Therapy - Therapeutic Interventions

Family Therapy

Navigating a mental health or substance use disorder is a family affair. There are deep and lasting effects on everyone close to you. Family therapy is a safe space for everyone to be heard, supported, and equipped to navigate the recovery road ahead.
Holistic Therapies - Therapeutic Interventions

Holistic Therapies

When navigating the challenges of recovery, it’s important to address the whole person. Holistic therapies offer an integrative approach to individualized treatment that encompasses the mind, body, emotions, and spirit. This enhances your understanding of self and is an effective treatment for a variety of mental he...
M.A.T Treatment - Therapeutic Interventions

M.A.T Treatment

Medication-assisted treatment, also known as MAT Therapy, is a medical intervention for addiction treatment. Through the use of medications, clients experience reduced cravings, less intense withdrawal symptoms, and physical comfort during early recovery.
Gender Specific - Therapeutic Interventions

Gender Specific

Gender-specific rehab programs are mental health or addiction treatment programs that are designed to address the unique needs and challenges of men and women, respectively.
Experiential - Therapeutic Interventions


Experiential therapy is an interactive and hands-on approach to recovery. Engage in musical and artistic activities or experience nature while being guided through therapy discussions. This method activates different parts of the brain and allows you to create new associations with memories and past experiences.
Psychodrama - Therapeutic Interventions


By blending dramatic interaction and psychotherapy, you will gain a deeper understanding of yourself, your experiences, and why certain behaviors have developed. With a licensed therapist, you will act out past or future scenes as if you were in a movie or novel and gain valuable insights about your life.
EMDR Therapy - Epiphany Wellness Centers


Healing from emotional distress is an essential part of recovery and establishing personal freedom. EMDR is a highly structured intervention that activates specific eye movements as you process past trauma. You will learn new thoughts, emotions, and behaviors associated with that trauma and heal from that experience.
Psychoeducation - Therapeutic Interventions


Psychoeducation is a structured form of resource and education-driven empowerment to aid in your recovery. You will better understand your disorder, the benefits of treatment, and how to implement new coping skills and mindfulness strategies.
PATH Program - Therapeutic Interventions

PATH Program

The PATH (Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness) program is a federally-funded program in the US that provides funding to states, territories, and local organizations to support services for individuals experiencing homelessness.
ACT (Acceptance and Commitment) - Therapeutic Interventions

ACT (Acceptance and Commitment)

A subset of behavior therapy, ACT helps you to accept what you’re experiencing and commit to taking healthy, purposeful action that’s aligned with your personal values. You will better understand your relationship with your thoughts and feelings and gain a strong sense of purpose in pursuing what matters most to you.
REBT (Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy) - Therapeutic Interventions

REBT (Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy)

This therapy approach helps you identify the unproductive thoughts and feelings that lead to a sense of emotional distress, defeatism, or undesirable behavior. You will learn to replace those unproductive thoughts with healthy processes and improve your quality of life.
CBT (Cognitive Behavioral) - Therapeutic Interventions

CBT (Cognitive Behavioral)

Our actions start in our minds with thoughts and feelings. CBT focuses on identifying unhealthy thoughts and feelings and changing the internal processes that lead to actions. By implementing this approach, you will better understand how and why some actions take place and how to create healthier habits.

Contact Epiphany Wellness To Begin Your Recovery Today

Our compassionate and individualized treatment approach takes place in a supportive and tranquil environment. We’re here to help you recover holistically and safely. Come recover with us.