One of the most common and natural outcomes of addiction recovery is the increasing desire to further our own spiritual development, which may include furthering our relationship with our Higher Power, however we understand and conceptualize Him or Her. Miramar Recovery offers addiction treatment with a spiritual emphasis.
Our clients, who want a more in depth spiritual journey in their recovery process, can do so in our Spiritual Program with the assistance of our spiritual counselors. These experienced and capable counselors provide spiritually focused, individual counseling sessions each week to help our clients further develop their spiritual understanding and acuity.
In addition to the individual counseling sessions, our counselors also recommend specific literature, workbook and journaling activities, and other resources that our clients can utilize during their stay with us and continue to use as they move forward in their recovery.
So often, the spiritual component overall wellness is given less attention than the physical or mental aspects are. Through our Spiritual Program we provide a pathway whereby our clients may bring their spiritual development into balance with the other components of complete well-being.
Spiritual growth can be a process of exploration for some, and a rekindling of connection for others. An important part of Miramar Recovery is our commitment to helping clients find a support group where they can gain a sense of community and develop their spirituality. We believe that connection to something outside of self, either a group or a higher power, is crucial for long-term sobriety.
Our program does not take a one-size-fits-all approach. Clients enrolled in Miramar Recovery are encouraged to explore different types of support groups while in residential and outpatient treatment. This allows our clients to find what works best for them and develop support for continued sobriety after completion of the program.
While in treatment, clients are transported to a variety of outside meetings including Refuge Recovery, a mindfulness and meditation-based support group, SMART Recovery, a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy based support group, as well as traditional 12-step support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous.
Another key component of our Treatment Program includes our affiliation with the Rick Warren Saddleback Community Church through the ‘Celebrate Recovery’ program and workshops – a world-renowned recovery program, based on Rick Warrren’s 8 Principles of Recovery. Our clients, who are interested in attending the Celebrate Recovery activities, do so each week at the main Saddleback Church.
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