Corner Canyon’s mental health and addiction recovery program is structured around four main cornerstones: relationships, support systems, brain-based healing, and transition. Each cornerstone will help clients explore their addiction patterns, dysfunctional behaviors, and coping mechanisms. These cornerstones aim to help clients connect with their body, mind, and spirit to create a wholehearted recovery effort.
Corner Canyon believes that families are an integral part of a client’s process and progress. Appropriate family members, generally the family of origin and/or current loved ones, will be contacted by the client’s therapist within the first 3-4 days of a client admitting into Corner Canyon. Our family counseling center will then assess the family dynamics and obtain information that the family has to offer. Due to federal regulations and the right to confidentiality, Corner Canyon is only able to contact family members that the client permits us to contact. Our goal is to aid the client and family in creating a blueprint for improved relationships and assistance with recovery for all members.
Corner Canyon Health Centers is an impressive inpatient mental health and addiction treatment center, providing evidence-based and compassion-driven treatment for mixed-gender adult clients in a comfortable, healthy environment with caring personnel. Corner Canyon uses the most current research-validated therapeutic methods, including technologically advanced Neuro Enhancement Brain Technology to assess and treat problem areas in the brain. We focus on the Gut-Brain connection to restore adequate levels of serotonin and dopamine and correct other factors influencing mental health. Healing and optimizing the brain is a top priority at Corner Canyon, this enables clients to feel, think, relate and function better in their lives, which reduces recidivism compared to traditional treatment programs.
Corner Canyon’s magnificent 15 bed, co-ed residential treatment center is located at the base of the impressive Wasatch Mountains in Draper, Utah. Our opulent home is designed for comfortable living, with premium beds and linens, and healthy food provided by our full-time chef. We also have an amazing outdoor area, with spectacular views of the mountains.
Corner Canyon Health Centers’s residential trauma treatment program is trauma-informed and trauma-focused, meaning that all elements of the program are designed to make the client feel emotionally and physically safe in addition to effective treatment, and providing Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The setting, programming, and staff/client interactions are all implemented with the client’s physical and emotional comfort and safety in mind. Our trauma treatment center is completely non-punitive, meaning that clients are not written up or given a consequence for breaking rules, rather we process these kinds of behaviors clinically. We utilize Seeking Safety to establish an emotionally safe environment so that our Trauma Specific Modalities for trauma care at Corner Canyon Health Centers are effective.
Corner Canyon has added an innovative brain technology to aid clients in healing the damage created by trauma, substance abuse, developmental problems, and lack of appropriate nutrition. Our brain technology uses rapidly advancing science and research to help clients accelerate the healing process. It can make a significant difference in how quickly and thoroughly our clients heal and Corner Canyon has been integrating it with programming since early 2018 after thoroughly vetting the technology and observing progress in clients as well as experiencing personal improvement when participating themselves. Clients get more out of treatment and are more prepared to resume a healthy lifestyle with the ongoing improvements in biocommunication taking place in their brains. To learn more about our innovative approach via brain technology for treatment, contact one of our experts at Corner Canyon Health Centers.
Mindfulness-based relapse prevention (MBRP) is an eight-session group experience that integrates cognitive-behavioral strategies and mindfulness-based practices. The practices and skills are designed to increase awareness of potentially triggering cues and situations and to decrease cognitive and behavioral reactivity by repeatedly observing, without reacting, the cravings and urges and their associated affective or physical discomfort. Empirical findings suggest that MBRP leads to improved ability to respond constructively to negative affect and cravings and significant reductions in the use of drugs and alcohol. MBRP appears to be a promising intervention for people with histories of alcohol and drug misuse.
We have the highest level of confidentiality and are discrete with all client information. You can trust that any information you give our admissions personnel will only go to the appropriate treatment professionals.
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