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Utah CBT

Since no two addicts or alcoholics are alike, what each person will require in order to overcome their diseases can vary greatly. Some people respond well to traditional therapies, like Pinnacle Recovery’s Utah CBT, or cognitive behavioral therapy, while others respond better to more experiential treatments like equine therapy. It all depends on the individual, what substances they abused, and their life experiences.

At Pinnacle Recovery we understand this and understand that there needs to be a personalized approach to addiction treatment. Due to this we offer a number of different treatment therapies so that each client can get the specialized care they need and have the best possible chance at achieving the desired result of sustained and long term recovery.

One of the more standard approaches to addiction treatment therapy is cognitive behavioral therapy, like the one offered through our Utah CBT program. This form of treatment is offered in pretty much every form of care we offer, from inpatient, to outpatient, and even aftercare.

For years now Cognitive behavioral therapy has been the standard in treatment for people who suffer from alcoholism or addiction. It has proven to help those afflicted with these illnesses, change their behaviors and in turn no longer pursue drugs and alcohol at the expense of their health and happiness. While there has been a shift in the past few years towards more holistic and experiential treatments, CBT programs, like our Utah CBT are still the mainstay in drug treatment.

Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholism can start as a habit, turn into a dependency, and quickly grow into a dangerous addiction. It can take priority over your family, personal relationships, work commitments, and it will always get worse over time. Quitting without help can be dangerous because alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be life threatening.

Our alcohol rehab programs usually begin with detoxification, and medical monitoring is required in most cases. Our trained and qualified staff will ease you into follow up treatment programs that best suits your needs and the severity of your alcoholism. We provide a safe environment, structured schedule, and aftercare programs that give you the tools and support you need to live a sober life.


Substance abuse is usually a sign of a deeper problem. If you or someone you love is abusing drugs of any kind, recognize that habitual, dependent use of a substance is very dangerous, and requires professional help to fully recover from.

We understand what you are going through, and understand that becoming clean is not an easy journey. Similar to our alcohol recovery programs, our inpatient drug rehab begins with medically supervised detoxification, and a carefully structured, personalized plan to fully help you heal, and reintegrate with your life outside of treatment. Our substance abuse treatment uses Dual Diagnosis protocols, if needed, in order to treat the underlying causes of your addiction, not just the symptoms and the substance dependency.

Sexual Addiction

Sexual addiction isn’t as well known among the general public as its drug and alcohol counterparts, but it is an addiction that affects many people each year. Sexual addiction is characterized by the compulsive engagement in sexual activity, regardless of the danger or negative consequences that may be involved.

A person who suffers from sexual addiction is not just having sex because they are enjoying it, but much like a drug addict or alcohol, they are compelled to do so by an uncontrollable urge that they cannot stop. A person who suffers from this sort of addiction needs to seek professional help, so that they can get their lives back and learn to create new and healthy sexual habits.

Behavioral Addiction

Behavioral addictions are an addiction just like drug or alcohol addiction, as they are characterized by a compulsive behavior that is based on reward, but they do not involve the use of substances. Some good examples of behavioral addictions are gambling or exercise. A person who gambles experiences the same compulsion to gamble that a drug addict experiences towards drugs, and they even receive a sort of high from participating in the activity. This same thing goes for a person who is addicted to exercise. While this may sound like a good thing, being addicted to exercise can have a number of negative consequences on a person’s life, not to mention that the want to exercise is not based on improving their physicality, but rather is driven on by a compulsion.

Learning to overcome a behavioral addiction is similar to learning to deal with alcoholism or drug addiction and person who is experiencing problems in their life, due to a behavioral addiction, should seek out professional help.

Seeking Addiction Treatment

If you think that you have a problem with an addiction and you believe that you need to seek treatment because of it, then call the professionals at Pinnacle Recovery today, at 1-866-301-0573 Our trained staff knows exactly what you are going through and what you need in order to finally overcome your addiction and achieve the life of recovery you have always wanted.