Fuse Recovery treats clients suffering from mental trauma as well as all types of addictions from shopping to opioid addiction.
SYLVANIA, Ohio – New Sylvania trauma center is not chasing a cookie cutter in treating addiction.
Located at 2735 N. Holland Sylvania Rd. Fuse Recovery takes a holistic approach that focuses on treating the entire body including the mind, body and spirit.
The center opened in September and treats patients with psychological trauma and all types of addictions, from shopping to opioid addictions. Instead of training people in how to deal with their addiction, the center trains clients in healing by opening their traumatic memories, purifying them, and then closing them.
“We’re trying to reconnect people with themselves and with other people,” said Deann Gossard, the center’s clinical director.
Stephanie Kranich from Toledo became a customer at the center last year. She is taking EMDR therapy, which is used to treat trauma. It stands for eye movement, desensitization and reprocessing.
“I feel like a lot of other places are running a 12-step program, while here you can run the program that works for you, so it’s not as cut and dry as other places,” said Kranich. “It feels more like a family approach. I have the feeling that everyone here has so much to do with their customers.”
All clinicians at the center are trained in EMDR and trauma modalities.
“It’s a softer, gentler approach,” said Ashley Thielman, a clinician. “It’s not about someone being morally affected by their decisions, but that their decisions come from somewhere, and how can we resolve that and help heal it, because then there will actually be permanent changes instead of just addressing the symptom. “
The center offers individual, individual and teletherapy as well as group and family therapy. The therapy is tailored to the patient’s medical history and individual needs.
They offer a variety of traditional therapies, including EMDR, sensorimotor psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, personalized counseling, and motivational interviews.
They also offer alternative and innovative therapies like forest walks, mindfulness and meditation, dance and anger classes, yoga, qigong, gardening, and even animal therapy.
You can contact Fuse Recovery at 419-315-6422 or email [email protected]
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