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The Critic, The Rebel, & The Addict: Tame Your Negative Inner Voices

Most of us are familiar with the image of the “shoulder angel” and “shoulder devil” each competing for our will. Each whispers in one ear....”that piece of cake looks delicious, you deserve to eat it!”...“Don’t do it, you’ll regret it later!”

But where do they come from, and what’s their function?

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Is a Non 12 Step Rehab Right for You? (Video)


If you’ve been struggling with an addiction for any length of time, chances are good that you’ve been told to get yourself to a 12 Steps meeting, pronto. The 12 Steps are the prevailing addiction recovery paradigm in America today, and for many people, they provide much-needed help and support.

But what if you’ve already tried a 12 Step-centered program, and it didn’t work for you?

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Non 12 Step Rehab: A Side-By-Side Comparison of the Best Programs

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There are more than 14,500 residential drug and alcohol rehabs in the United States today, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Even if you've narrowed your criteria to Non-12 Step rehabs, you still face over 3,600 options.

No wonder so many people feel overwhelmed at the prospect of finding a treatment program that fits their needs!

That's why we've created this list, comparing the best non-12 Step rehabs in the US on over 25 attributes. 

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What's the Missing Piece in Addiction Treatment? (Video)

What happens when your addiction rehab just doesn't work?

“I [did both] a 12 step program and an aversion therapy program. Both, ultimately did not work for me …. It seemed like the most important thing to them was if your insurance covered you and your check would clear.”

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The Evidence Based Treatment Center Seattle Residents Need

When you’re ready to get clean and sober, you want to ensure that you’re going to a facility with useful programs. For many years, medical professionals didn’t know how to help people who were struggling with addiction. In recent decades, the medical community has come a long way in discovering effective methods for treating addiction. The evidence based treatment center Seattle residents need will employ many of these approaches.

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How the Best Non 12 Step Rehab Programs Keep People Sober

Taking the 12 steps on the journey to overcome drugs or alcohol may not be the right solution for most people. They may find that the best non 12 step rehab programs have more to offer as they struggle with an addiction.

Recovery requires an effective approach. Choosing from more than one option can in itself be empowering.

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How Non 12 Step Treatment Centers Work

A 12 Step program takes its cues from Alcoholics Anonymous. It acknowledges that you’re powerless over your addiction. Moreover, it encourages you to call on a higher power for assistance. If you have a difficult time with one or more of these concepts, non 12 Step treatment centers may be a better option.

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Best Non 12 Step Rehab Centers in the Northwest

Looking for non 12 step rehab centers in the Northwest? Find out the what the differences and what options might work best for you.

While we're a non 12 step rehab center, we might not be the right rehab for you. In the end, we work with less than 20% of all the people we speak with on the phone!

Don’t get us wrong; we’ve seen our addiction recovery program change lives, and we’re proud of it. We have a very strong success rate, with more than 80% of our graduates living their lives free of addiction.

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Beyond the 12 Steps: The Benefits of Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Did you know that there are more Non 12 Step rehabs now than ever before? According to the American Addiction Centers website, approximately 26% of residential rehab programs in the US today are non-12 step or 12 step alternatives of some kind.

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The Toxic Mix of Shame and Addiction

According to the popular poem “My Name Is Toxic Shame” by Leo Booth and John Bradsh'/aw, shame is the “voracious hole that fuels all addictions.” Shame and addiction go hand-in-hand. But shame is not a good motivator; when people are shamed, they shut down and their personal growth stalls.

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