Find harmony in Life
Group, individual, and family therapy for clients at our Harrisburg, PA treatment program.
Behavioral therapy is a cornerstone of the addiction recovery process. Bold Steps is committed to matching clients with the right combination of therapy practices and community support to make sobriety effective and sustainable by treating co-occurring disorders like anxiety and depression.
From family dynamics to lifestyle obstacles, we set you up for success by taking a big-picture look at how recovery fits your life.
You never walk alone. From 1:1 counseling to group talk therapy, we cultivate an environment of compassion and support
We take a holistic view of patients during the recovery process, providing individualized care with an emphasis on comfort and respect.
Recovery touches every part of your life, and we give clients the tools and mindset they need to thrive in work, life, and relationships.
Our experts will meet you where you are, drawing from the latest tools and techniques to provide an effective plan of treatment.
Your recovery plan at Bold Steps might include:
To discuss your best treatment plan, please reach out to our admissions staff.
Individual therapy is an opportunity to work one-on-one with a master’s-level therapist to develop a unique plan of treatment through discussion, tools, and education. Your therapist will evaluate your needs at the initial appointment, determining the best path forward. As you continue to attend therapy sessions, you will develop a deeper and more trusting relationship with your therapist, allowing for the deeper discussions and breakthroughs needed to evoke real change.
Group therapy is an opportunity to grow alongside your peers in a group setting led by a master’s-level professional, where you and your group members will develop tools and skills that will aid in your path to recovery. Hearing about the experiences of fellow group members helps reinforce the idea that you are not alone in this journey and provides a safe space to share, learn, and grow.
Addiction is a systemic illness that affects the lives of those closest to you. It is also difficult for family members to understand the struggles of addiction and mental health disorders when they have not experienced them firsthand. Family therapy offers the opportunity for everyone to address their thoughts and struggles in a safe space and experience healing together.
Trauma-informed therapy is a unique approach to therapy that takes into consideration the nuances of how trauma can impact the individual’s life and affect the healing process. Your therapist will help you work through past trauma and its lingering effects, using tools and techniques specifically developed to address the symptoms of trauma.