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6 Dimensions
of Wellness

Our holistic approach to treating underlying causes, not just symptoms.

Treating the Whole Self

Our ‘6 Dimensions of Wellness” looks at complicated underlying issues that fuel problematic behaviors. We provide professional support to help organize and address dual diagnosis and substance concerns.


Chateau Recovery helps identify goals, skills, and motivators allowing you to overcome personal challenges and create a fulfilling life. 

6 Dimesions of Wellness

1. Daily Wellness

Wellness is the act of practicing healthy habits on a daily basis to attain better physical and mental health outcomes, so that instead of just surviving, you're thriving. To understand the significance of wellness, it's important to understand how it's linked to health.

  • Employment and Education

  • Daily Schedule and Routine

  • Finance Skills

  • Health and Self-Care

  • Transportation and Housing

  • Daily Motivation

Daily wellness

2. Relationship Wellness

Relationship wellness involves building healthy, nurturing and supportive relationships as well as fostering a genuine connection with those around you

  • Positive Relationships

  • Social Intelligence

  • Mindset: How We See Others

  • Sponsors and Mentors

  • Boundaries & Attachments

  • Personal Uniqueness

  • Healthy Fun

  • Support Groups

Relationship wellness

3. Family Systems Wellness

Family Systems Theory assumes that a family is understood best by examining the family as one whole system. This one system is a complex, deeply-connected changing collection of parts, subsystems and family members, where each member has a known purpose or function.

  • Healthy Family Relationships

  • Healthy Communication

  • Autonomy & Interdependence

  • Accountability & Restitution

  • Independence & Boundaries

  • High-Risk Relationships

Family wellness

4. Mental & Emotional Wellness

People who are emotionally healthy are in control of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. They're able to cope with life's challenges. They can keep problems in perspective and bounce back from setbacks. They feel good about themselves and have good relationships.

  • Treatment Issues or Diagnosis

  • Self-Acceptance

  • Dual Diagnosis

  • Psychological Flexibility

  • Mental/Emotional Awareness

  • Motivation

Emotional wellness

5. Physical Wellness

Physical wellness is about doing what you can to help strengthen and care for your body. Taking steps before, during, and after your treatment can help you manage the effects of the illness and side effects of treatment.

  • Substance Abuse Education

  • Brain Health Education

  • Physical Activity

  • Nutrition and Diet

  • Pain Managment

  • Risk Taking Behaviors

Sport Exercise

6. Spiritual Wellness

Spiritual wellness means achieving harmony with one's surroundings and balancing one's personal needs with the needs of others: Harmony with one's surroundings is achieved when one's actions and intentions align with the environment to the benefit of all within it.

  • Mindfulness

  • Gratitude and Purpose

  • Acceptance

  • Ego and Awareness

  • Ethical Role Models

  • Service and Empathy

  • Faith and Hope

Spiritual wellness
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