Holistic Therapy

Clinically Reviewed by: Monica L. Martocci

Our Holistic Therapy in Los Angeles

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 45 percent of Americans suffer from both substance abuse and mental health disorders (dual diagnosis). Of that 45 percent, only 12 percent receive dual diagnosis treatment.

At No Matter What Recovery, our recovery center offers Holistic Therapy in Los Angeles as a way to address both Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders. Our LGBTQ+ Informed facility is a beacon of hope for those suffering from drug and alcohol addiction.

Are you one of the 45 percent of Americans dealing with both Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorder? If so, a Holistic approach at No Matter What Recovery could be right for you. 

Keep reading to find out more about Holistic Therapy and how it could benefit you.

What is Holistic Therapy?

Holistic Therapy looks at the whole person versus just one aspect, different from traditional treatment methods. Addressing the mind, body, and soul is essential to long-term recovery. 

There are many benefits of Holistic Therapy for individuals who struggle with Substance Abuse Disorders. Some of these benefits include:

Holistic Therapy Benefits for the LGBTQ+ Community in Addiction Recovery

Holistic therapy and rehab provide a comprehensive and inclusive approach to addiction recovery, offering significant benefits for LGBTQ+ individuals. These programs emphasize affirmative support in a non-judgmental environment, crucial for those who have faced discrimination. Holistic therapy’s inclusive approach supports not just the physical aspects of recovery but also the emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being of LGBTQ+ individuals, promoting resilience and long-term wellness.

Holistic Practices

Recovery is a lifelong process. Many Holistic practices can carry you through that process and be used in your daily life as you navigate that process.

There are various methods of Holistic practices available for individuals interested in pursuing this type of treatment. Some of these include mindfulness, meditation, sound baths, breathwork, acupuncture, Reiki, and experiential activities, however, there are many more.


Mindfulness is the practice of being present in the moment. Utilizing Mindfulness allows you to be aware of your external surroundings and inner experience while being present in the moment. 

Mindfulness can help reshape your brain in ways that promote overall well-being and allow you to rebuild connections. 

This treatment is often used for individuals with anxiety and depression, however, there are also many ways that Mindfulness can support recovery.

One of the best parts of mindfulness is that it can easily be incorporated into everyday life and situations with practice.


Meditation is a practice that seeks to synchronize the mind and body for improved mental wellbeing and quality of life.

Meditation can aid in addiction recovery in a multitude of ways.

Sound Bath

Sound Bath is a form of Sound Therapy also known as Sound Healing. In a Sound Bath, instruments are used to create vibrational healing sounds. This draws the individual listening into a relaxed and meditative state.


Breathwork is a holistic practice that allows you to learn to focus on controlled and conscious breathing techniques. Often you will see Breathwork used in conjunction with other practices such as yoga.

One of the main objectives of Breathwork, when used for addiction treatment, is to help you become more aware of the mind-body connection. Breathwork also helps you to obtain new and healthier levels of self-awareness.

Reiki Therapy

Reiki Therapy is a form of energy healing that involves the transfer of universal energy from the practitioner’s palms to the patient. It is a gentle, non-invasive practice that can enhance the body’s natural healing ability and promote balance in mind, body, and spirit. Reiki can be particularly beneficial for individuals in recovery, offering relief from stress, anxiety, and physical pain, while also supporting emotional healing and well-being. Its holistic approach complements other therapies by addressing the energetic aspects of health and recovery.


Acupuncture is a practice that has been around since 2500 BC and originated in China. In this practice, thin solid needles are inserted into the body at specific points to treat various disorders.

One of the most popular forms of acupuncture used to treat addiction is Auricular or ear acupuncture. There are five different points on the ear targeted for this type of acupuncture.

Experiential Activities

What are experiential activities? These are activities that use expressive tools or activities to help explore and release negative memories. Often when there is addiction, there is also past trauma.

Experiential activities can provide an outlet for past trauma. This can include various activities such as exercise, water activities, yoga, sports, art, equine therapy, outdoor activities, and even more.

What to Expect from Holistic Addiction Treatment in California

There are many advantages to receiving holistic treatment for you or your loved one at a California rehab center, like No Matter What Recovery. Here, we understand that wellness only comes when one treats the whole person, and not just a single aspect. Not only do we practice the holistic approaches listed above, but we combine our holistic treatment with evidence-based therapies, like cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).

After you’ve gone through a detox program and are in need of a long-term recovery center, reach out to us to get connected with one of our treatment specialists.

We can help with:

Find out more about Holistic Therapy in Los Angeles

Are you ready to begin the path to recovery using Holistic Therapy in Los Angeles? Or just looking for more information? Contact us here at No Matter What Recovery for more information, or pick up the phone and call (323)515-1396.

The first step is the hardest. We are here to walk with you through this journey and give you the tools to help heal your heart, mind, body, and spirit.

This page has been clinically reviewed by:
 Monica L. Martocci, LMFT
Monica L. Martocci, LMFT

Monica received an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University, a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Colorado, and is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

 Monica L. Martocci, LMFT
Monica L. Martocci, LMFT

Monica received an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University, a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Colorado, and is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist