At Buckeye Recovery Network, we recognize that addiction often originates from a genuine desire to manage overwhelming emotions. Substances might have become a refuge, offering a momentary escape from distress. Our experienced therapists are dedicated to guiding you through the intricate journey of understanding and processing these emotions more healthily. We’re here to help you unearth the roots of your struggles and provide you with tools to face your feelings head-on.
Recovery is a journey marked by highs and lows. Our dedicated team will guide you through these emotional fluctuations, providing coping strategies.
Learning to manage emotions is essential for maintaining sobriety. Our therapists will work closely with you to identify triggers and develop healthy coping mechanisms that replace the need for substances.
Emotional management is like a muscle that grows stronger over time. Through evidence-based practices and personalized therapy sessions, you’ll enhance your emotional resilience, empowering you to face life’s challenges without turning to addictive substances.
Practicing mindfulness and meditation can help you stay grounded and present. You can learn to observe your emotions without judgment by focusing on your breath and sensations.
Engaging in creative activities like art, music, and writing can be powerful emotional outlets. Our recovery center offers expressive arts therapy to help you channel your feelings positively and constructively.
Healthy relationships thrive on open communication. Our therapists will guide you in expressing your emotions and needs to others, fostering understanding and connection.
We encourage you to connect with fellow individuals in recovery, providing mutual support and understanding. Our group therapy sessions offer a safe space for sharing experiences and emotions.
As you make strides in your recovery journey, it’s vital to acknowledge your accomplishments. Celebrating milestones, both big and small, boosts your self-esteem and reminds you of your progress.
Setbacks are a natural part of recovery. They provide opportunities for growth and learning. Our therapists will help you reframe setbacks as temporary obstacles and guide you in finding the silver lining in each situation.
Emotional management is a cornerstone of successful recovery. At Buckeye Recovery Network, we understand the complexities of navigating emotions during this transformative journey. Our compassionate team is dedicated to providing you with the tools and support needed to manage emotions effectively, fostering long-term healing and sobriety.
Emotional management is vital for maintaining sobriety as it helps you develop healthier coping mechanisms and navigate life’s challenges without resorting to substances.
Yes, it’s completely normal. Recovery is a journey filled with emotional highs and lows, and our therapists are here to guide you through them.
Mindfulness and meditation promote self-awareness and allow you to observe your emotions without judgment, fostering a healthier relationship with them.
Expressive arts therapy involves creative activities that can help you channel and process your emotions, promoting emotional healing and self-expression.
Acknowledging your progress, no matter how small, and rewarding yourself for your achievements can boost your self-esteem and motivation in recovery.
Kelsey carries multiple years of experience working in the substance abuse and mental health treatment field. Her passion for this field comes from her personally knowing recovery from addiction.
Prior to Buckeye she held titles of Recovery Coach, Operations Director, and Admissions Director. Kelsey was brought on at Buckeye Recovery as the Director of Business Development. She has a passion for ensuring every individual gets the help that they need, and does so by developing relationships with other providers.
Kelsey also oversees our women’s sober living environments – The Chadwick House for Women. She is committed to creating a safe, nurturing, and conducive environment for all women that walk through the doors of Chadwick.