The Morton Center embraces the knowledge that an addicted individual’s probability of success in recovery is greatly increased by family participation in the recovery process. We also recognize that families often benefit from therapy focused on the needs and behaviors of its non-substance abusing members.
Concerned Persons Education Program:
For adults who have been affected by another person’s abuse of substances, this series of classes provides the educational component of our adult codependency services.
Adult Codependency Group:
For adults whose significant other is actively addicted or in early recovery, this program provides a therapy group focusing on developing self-awareness, setting appropriate boundaries and providing guidance with the goal of loving detachment.
Parents of Addicted Adults Group:
For parents currently impacted by their adult child’s use of alcohol or drugs, this group provides the opportunity to evaluate and address the problems resulting from alcohol/drug use.
Parents of Adolescents/Young Adults Group:
For parents coping with the issues surrounding their adolescent/young adult child’s alcohol or drug use, this group provides the opportunity to evaluate and address the problems resulting from alcohol/drug use.
Couples in Recovery Education:
For couples who want to gain knowledge about relationships in recovery, this educational program provides a base of information to begin the relationship repair work.
Couples in Recovery Group:
For couples in any stage of recovery needing help with relationship issues, this group helps the couple address the unhealthy patterns that have been developed as a result of addiction.
Family of Origin Education:
For adults who were raised in families where a substance or process dependency, or codependency, was present in one or more of the adults within two generations, this educational program allows individuals to develop a body of knowledge to match their personal experience in order to proceed with therapy and recovery.
Family of Origin Group:
For adults who were raised in families where chemical or process addictions created dysfunctional coping strategies and relationship skills, this therapy group provides an opportunity to develop a healthy sense of self and the ability to interact appropriately with others.