Recovery <em>For</em> Women

Recovery For Women

A leader in Dialectical Behavior Therapy

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JourneyPure’s unique, evidence-based, and integrative approach coupled with the established effectiveness of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) focuses on struggles specific to women with problems regulating emotions and tolerating distress. The core issue of inborn, biological sensitivity can lead to unskillful behaviors such as substance use, self-injury, and suicide attempts. The program begins by teaching skills to replace harmful behaviors and providing a stable environment to get into Clean Mind, while encouraging women to increasingly rely on the deep, inner sense of wisdom within themselves known as Clear Mind.



Voyage is one of only a handful of residential DBT Treatment-to-Fidelity programs in the U.S. for women with Substance Use Disorders (DBT-SUD). Although having a substance use disorder is not a requirement for admission, Voyage includes a specific DBT adaptation targeting this issue. Addictive behavior can come in many forms, not just substance use. The DBT model practiced at Voyage means women are in a home-like environment which adapts it’s schedule and treatment to their specific needs. DBT is designed to treat a variety of issues that can feel out-of-control and hopeless such as disordered eating, Borderline Personality Disorder, suicidal thinking, depression, anger, relationship issues, and anxiety.

From Our Team:

  • Nikki Talley, House Manager: Nikki explains that Voyage is unlike any other. "Our staff demonstrates caring by adapting to patients’ needs and continually working together as a team to implement change. We strive to be open, honest and transparent with ourselves, with one another, and with the clients to create a special atmosphere. We all actually like one another and are totally committed to doing this work. Because we do what makes sense, it doesn’t necessarily mean ‘going by the book,’ so to speak. Clients practice real-life situations during their stay so when they leave, they are better off than when they came. Maybe they have a job or enrolled in school or fixed their credit by the time they say goodbye. We help them get things set up—really get them set up for discharge, not just checking off the boxes or going through the motions.”

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