Holistic Rehab Center

Peaks Recovery Is A Holistic Rehab In Colorado

Holistic Addiction & Mental Health Treatment Center

Peaks Recovery Centers knows that finding the right holistic treatment center for you or a loved one is an important decision. Peaks Recovery is a simple phone call away if choosing a rehab that encompasses not just the diagnosis. Addiction and mental health disorders have many complex contributing factors; therefore, introducing holistic approaches in tandem with traditional therapies could lead you or a loved one to a life unburdened by addiction.

what does holistic mean

What Does Holistic Mean?

The word holistic means treating an individual as a whole rather than only treating the diagnosis and symptoms of addiction and mental health disorder. This prevents the person from being viewed as an addict instead of being seen as one who requires mental, physical, and spiritual balance restoration.

What Is Holistic Addiction Treatment?

Holistic treatment is not about quick and simple remedies. True holistic care involves an individual entering into a professional care setting that provides guidance from trained therapists. From there, traditional types of therapy for addiction will be used in conjunction with complementary or alternative holistic treatments.

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How Can Holistic Treatment Help?

There are 4 main areas in an individuals life that holistic treatment can greatly affect. They include:

Recreation & Adventure

Engaging activities help teach important life skills and encourage one to identify positive substitutes for leisure time.

Exercise, Nutrition, and Relaxation

This area demonstrates the importance of a healthy lifestyle. A healthy balance of these three helps promote long term recovery and optimal health.

Spiritual & Religious Practices

Regardless of beliefs, healing of the soul can also be thought of as one’s emotional well-being. Connecting with a “higher power” can help establish a sense of connection to the world, and individual purpose.

Specific Therapy Style

The journey through holistic treatment allows one to determine the types of therapy that best suit one’s needs and preferences.

our holistic approach

Our Holistic Approach

A holistic approach takes a stance on an individual’s needs, strengths, beliefs, and preferences. This approach allows one to positively change how they view themselves in the world, which in turn empowers one to grab a better hold of the struggles of addiction. Some of the connections made through holistic treatment may allow an individual to seek a better balance in their mind, body, and soul.

Learn more about our Model of Care

Our 5 Dimensions of Recovery

Alongside our Model of Care, we wanted to build out another component of our program that could explain our genuine care more in-depth. We believe proper recovery is composed of these 5 dimensions.


Symptoms of medications in conjunction with cognitive, behavioral and talk therapies to reduce symptom severity


Hope, responsibility,
self-direction, empowerment


Everyday life components such as employment, housing, education


Improvements to physical health and well-being from physical fitness, mindfulness training, and improvement to diet and sleep


Personal connections with family, friends, and significant others

Types of Holistic Treatment Activities

Peer Accountability
Mindfulness-Based Movement Activities
Outdoor Activities/Sports
Life Skills Training
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Holistic Effects On Addiction & Mental Health Treatment

Complimenting traditional therapy with various holistic approaches have a positive effect on individuals who are seeking addiction and mental health recovery.

Better Engagement In Treatment

The holistic approach can help with stressors throughout a potentially emotional recovery.

Creative Therapeutic Connections

The holistic approach can help with stressors throughout a potentially emotional recovery.

Personal Habit Development

Better exercise, relaxation, and nutrition routines help replace old negative habits with ones that promote long-term recovery.

New Life Skills

Common addiction triggers such as anger, stress, socializing, or boredom can be replaced with new holistic activities learned in recovery.