Integrated Recovery Groups

At Kolpia we believe, and research supports, that there are many ways to healing. Drawing upon the growing research behind methods that help heal mind, emotions, body, and spirit, we include integrative modalities such as Mind&Body Movement, Art Therapy, and Native American Perspectives/Drumming. Each of these groups are co-facilitated by qualified instructors and certified alcohol and drug counselors.

Nutrition for Recovery Group

Drug and alcohol use can have many long-term effects on health and nutrition. Substances vary in their effects on the body, but many of them disrupt physiological functioning and impair the body’s ability to receive proper nutrition. Users often have depleted levels of vitamins, minerals, essential amino acids, and fats, which can lead to a… Read More

Art Therapy Group

This is an expressive group. The art therapy process allows people to create new realities, practice new ideas, and symbolically heal emotional wounds from the past and present. These are certainly issues that often contribute to substance abuse. The art therapy groups at Kolpia maintains a culture of hard work and good humor in the… Read More

Mind&Body Group

Provides mindfulness and other mind-body practices for addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma and chronic pain. This class teaches relapse prevention tools and practices for calming and energizing without the use of substances. Participants experience reconnecting with their inner peace and wisdom as well as releasing their physical and emotional pain and suffering. This group is based… Read More

Drumming and Indigenous Perspective to Balance Group

The indigenous teachings will give individuals an opportunity to see the dynamics of their life from a different perspective. Sharing, using the oral tradition, will provide an opportunity to experience speaking and hearing in a different way. Use of the big drum and oral tradition supports individuals in finding balance by building a broader foundation… Read More