Drug addiction therapy is a form of treatment that aims to help individuals overcome their dependence on drugs or substances. It involves a range of approaches, techniques, and interventions designed to help individuals address the underlying issues that contribute to their addiction and learn new ways of coping with stress, emotions, and life challenges without the use of drugs. Common types of drug addiction therapy include behavioral therapies, cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and family therapy. The goal of drug addiction therapy is to help individuals achieve and maintain long-term recovery from drug addiction.