Holistic Therapies

Helping individuals heal and recover, body and mind.

When it comes to overcoming substance use and mental health disorders, McCall Behavioral Health Network understands that the healing process can be just as much physical as it is emotional. That’s why we take a whole-person approach to helping our clients heal through the following holistic therapy programs.

Acudetox (Auricular Acupuncture)

Sometimes called Auricular Acupuncture, Acudetox is a holistic form of treatment that uses ear acupuncture to help provide relief for anxiety or other mental health symptoms. It’s designed to strengthen your road to recovery and supplement your treatment plan. 

Acudetox uses the NADA protocol, which is a non-verbal approach to healing in which up to five small, sterilized disposable needles are gently placed into specific sites on each ear. From there, recipients sit quietly in a group setting for 30-45 minutes allowing the treatment to take effect.

Benefits include:

  • Reduced cravings for alcohol and drugs, including nicotine
  • Minimized withdrawal symptoms
  • Increased calmness, better sleep, and less agitation
  • Relief from stress and emotional trauma
  • An easier connection with counseling
  • A discovery of inner quiet and strength
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)

During a traumatic experience, your brain’s ability to cope can become overwhelmed. When that happens, your brain may not fully process the experience and associated memories may be stored improperly. Researchers have studied how the brain can access those associated memories through eye movement.

EMDR therapy can help you:

  • Retrain your brain 
  • Reshape how traumatic memories are processed
  • Reduce distress and associated triggers

Reiki is a Japanese energy healing technique in which a Reiki master uses gentle hand movements with the intention to guide the flow of healthy energy through your body to reduce stress and promote emotional healing.

Want to learn more or enroll?

For more information about our programs please phone 860.496.2100. A staff member will return your call to discuss next steps.