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The Orchid is a drug and alcohol rehab facility located in South Florida that is specifically geared to the needs of women afflicted with addiction and unresolved trauma. A women’s treatment center is better equipped to address the gender-specific problems of women in recovery.
The Orchid was founded to meet the needs of women that were not being addressed by the recovery community. The Orchid holds the belief that substance abuse in women has a cause, a progress and a societal perception different than that of men. Specifically women addicts are more likely to have poor self-concepts of guilt and blame, and mental health problems than male addicts. Furthermore, they are more likely than men to let social stigma, labeling and guilt prevent them from seeking help.
The Orchid Model of recovery was created to address these differences. It provides a different experience due to its embrace of the relational growth model first espoused by Dr. Karen Dodge, its focus on trauma and its dedication to a holistic approach to recovery. The relational growth model poses that recovery in women is more likely to be successful when a woman is a part of a trusting, interdependent network of other women. To help women create this network, the relational growth model guides and encourages women to live, work, play and communicate with one another during the recovery process.
The Orchid Model of treatment identifies that the impact of untreated trauma on women in early recovery can be devastating. This trauma often leads to unhealthy choices, a continuing inability to function without chemicals and chronic relapse. This trauma can be significant or persistent physical, emotional, verbal or sexual abuse in either the past or present that affects a woman’s self-esteem, emotional well-being or ability to cope.
A dedication to holistic healing also informs the supportive treatment modalities that address our clients’ bodies and spirit. Conscious eating, regular vigorous exercise and participation in spiritual work such as yoga therapy, meditation and Twelve Step meetings are all valuable parts of the Orchid Model. An important part of the Orchid Model is the facility itself. Instead of an institutional or medical services appearance, the The Orchid is designed with the aesthetics of healing in mind. Colors have been chosen to create specific feelings of energy or calm, and the rooms have been designed to foster either socialization or quiet contemplation.
Therapeutic techniques used at the Orchid include not only the conventional one-on-one cognitive behavioral therapy treatment, but also additional forms of treatment that allow women to safely explore and address their personal issues. Dynamic experiential group work, family sculpting, psychodrama treatment, art therapy and group counseling sessions enable women to experience and express their emotions in a variety of different ways. During these therapies, the all-women atmosphere encourages women to speak honestly and openly in ways that the presence of men might inhibit.
The Orchid specializes in progressive addiction treatment programs that are unique not only because we only provide rehab to women, but because the rehab experience here is so rich – focusing on enhancement of a woman’s physical health, emotional needs and spirituality.
To help treat women with drug addiction effectively, Orchid utilizes the groundbreaking treatment programs developed by Dr. Karen Dodge. Click here to learn more about Dr. Dodge and how her work paved the way for women’s recovery success stories around the world.
Dr. Dodge created a treatment modality called “relational growth”, which simply put, found that women overcome addiction faster and more completely when they are supported by a community of other women who are experiencing the same issues and facing the same challenges related to alcohol or drug addiction.
And that support system is the very essence of the alcohol and drug rehab experience at The Orchid. This is where women help other women heal, and expert counselors and therapists guide the way with a series of holistic programs designed to improve all aspects of the individual.
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