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The journey of addiction recovery is a long and perilous one. For many addicts, the most difficult part is the first step: asking for help. Our specialists are here to help you with this process. Every recovering addict who achieved success, did so after relapsing and failing many times first.
While the journey isn’t easy, and it is life-long, it’s well worth the fight. Every single day, in every city in the country, recovering addicts are successfully completing their rehab, earning sobriety chips, and helping others on the path to sobriety by becoming mentors and official sponsors. Visit any group meeting, and you’ll see people beating their addiction, one day at a time.
If you are unable to find a group meeting in your area, give us a call. Many treatment centers offer them, and there are independent ones as well. Some group meetings include 12-step meetings, Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, Meth Anonymous, Heroin Anonymous, among others.
If you are struggling with alcohol or drug abuse, but aren’t ready to take the next step to get treatment, you may want to consider traveling for treatment. There is greater anonymity when a substance abuser travels for treatment, and it may give you time to get away and reflect on your disease and the therapy. Traveling for treatment has proven to be effective for many recovering addicts.
If you have any questions about drug and alcohol treatment, give us a call. Our trained professionals are standing by to answer your questions and help you get the help you need.
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COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT)
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is another effective form of treatment. CBT focuses on awareness, awareness of how drugs and alcohol impacts a user’s life, and how they impact those around them. In CBT, substance abusers also learn coping skills that teach them how to tolerate situations that would tempt them to use.
Individual and group therapy are also popular treatment methods. Individual care is one-on-one, and group care is a setting where recovering addicts can share their experiences with their peers in a way that facilitates healing and growth.
Family therapy is focused on repairing relationships that have been damaged through a substance abuser’s addiction.
Additional therapies offered include equine, music, yoga and art classes.
Once a recovering addict completes detox, they begin their rehab. There are many therapy options available to recovering addicts. The most effective of these is inpatient treatment. Inpatient therapy is medically managed care in a 24-hour, live-in facility.
Outpatient treatment is for those who are unable to enroll in inpatient care. Outpatient is also beneficial for people who want to travel to another location for therapy to get away from people that may contribute to their use.
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