It’s led by therapists with deep expertise and passion.

Every treatment provider has been vetted and background checked by the Monument Team, has years of relevant experience treating substance use disorders (like alcohol use disorder), and is proficient in cognitive behavioral therapy, contingency management, and motivational interviewing. If you want to meet some of our therapists in a group setting, you can sign up for our therapist-moderated support groups.

You can read more about online support groups here.

It’s designed to produce real results in a set amount of time.

  • Orientation
  • Goal setting
  • Identifying negative thoughts and beliefs
  • Challenging negative thoughts and beliefs
  • Behavioral activation
  • Problem solving
  • Relaxation
  • Ending treatment and maintaining (or staying in treatment and maintaining changes)

Each phase of your alcohol therapy program can include multiple sessions. While your therapist can recommend the length of your program, that choice is ultimately up to you. The average alcohol treatment program is about one year long for those with alcohol dependence.

It’s based in industry-leading methods and research.

Motivational Interviewing

Helps people resolve uncertain or indecisive feelings and insecurities and find the internal motivation they need to make a change

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Explores patterns of behavior leading to self-destructive actions and thoughts, and helps people build coping mechanisms and positive behaviors. CBT can help change unhealthy drinking behaviors like binge drinking and frequent alcohol misuse, and is an effective tool in the treatment of alcohol use disorder

Contingency Management

Enforces positive behaviors and healthy coping mechanisms that help people obtain and maintain their goals through motivational incentives

It’s personalized to you and your needs.

For example, unhealthy drinking is often accompanied by mental health conditions like anxiety or depression, and can be intensified by trauma, stress, and other factors. Personalized treatment methods that address mental health conditions while treating alcohol dependence can resolve multiple issues at once. And with online alcohol counseling, you can make progress on your own schedule.