Who can benefit from reality therapy?
Since reality therapy is focused on present-day challenges, anyone who is recovering from addiction, mental health challenges, or eating disorders may find this therapeutic approach to be helpful.
How do I know if reality therapy is right for me?
As a form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, reality therapy is designed to help individuals who are struggling with behaviors, actions, and reactions that they would like to change. As a result, it’s a good fit for most individuals who are seeking recovery from addiction and other behavioral health challenges.
What should I expect from reality therapy?
Reality therapy sessions are overseen by a trained therapist and can take place in individual or group settings. A typical session will explore enhancing and strengthening social connections and a sense of belonging and community, whether that takes place among the treatment group or loved ones outside of treatment.