Holistic Treatment

Treating The Whole Person

Holistic Mental Health & Addiction Treatment

At Cottonwood our philosophy of care presumes that physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of life are closely interconnected and equally important to the overall health and wellness of a human being. We believe that achieving and maintaining good health requires more than just treating a disease or disorder. Our goal of wellness encompasses the whole person and focuses on helping the person bring the mental, emotional, physical, social and spiritual dimensions of his or her being into greater balance and harmony. Cottonwood’s holistic mental health and addiction treatment approach offers our patients the opportunity to become the creators of their own reality of health and wellness, through skillful attention to the care and nourishment of a balanced lifestyle.

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Treating the Body, Mind & Spirit

At Cottonwood, the focus is always on treating the whole person – body, mind and spirit, while honoring the intrinsic value and dignity of all individuals we encounter. We believe that all patients have certain fundamental rights. The right to be treated with respect, kindness and dignity, the right to be fully informed about and meaningfully participate in their own addiction and mental health treatment, and the right to privacy and confidentiality in all aspects of their care. 

Our interdisciplinary clinical team, made up of nurse practitioners, clinical psychologists, licensed professional counselors and social workers, family therapists, registered dieticians, exercise and recreational counselors, equine therapists and holistic healers, ensures that each patient at Cottonwood’s holistic rehab will receive creative, nuanced and comprehensive behavioral health care.

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