Our approach to addiction treatment involves arranging personalised programs and therapies that rely on up-to-date clinical research.
Tailored to each individual’s needs, addiction therapies are rooted in the latest clinical research, and patients can receive support for their addiction as an inpatient, day patient, or outpatient.
The multidisciplinary team for addiction treatment comprises leading psychiatrists, nurses, and therapists who have received specialised training in addiction. They are backed by clinical psychologists, trauma therapists, counselling psychologists, and psychotherapists to ensure that specialised evidence-based treatments are provided.
Our team of consultants will direct you to professionals with extensive expertise in addressing various forms of addiction, including alcoholism, substance abuse (including amphetamines, benzodiazepines, cannabis, cocaine, codeine, ecstasy, heroin, inhalants, opioids, and prescription drugs), and behavioural addictions (such as internet use, gambling, sexual compulsions, and unhealthy dependencies).
Many factors play a role in long-term recovery. While some individuals can overcome addiction without professional help, no singular approach guarantees success. Nevertheless, the evidence supports the effectiveness of professional treatment in initiating and maintaining the recovery process.
Programs for inpatient addiction treatment
- a 28-day program for rehabilitating addiction
- a detox admission lasting 7-10 days
- Licensed marriage and family therapists
- Licensed addiction counsellors
- Wellness and fitness specialists
Detoxing as part of rehabilitation
The first step towards recovering from substance abuse is detoxification, which is crucial for healing the brain and body.
A team of medical professionals, including doctors and nurses, will assess your condition and determine whether any medical interventions are necessary.
Detoxification from drugs and alcohol involves eliminating the accumulated chemicals from your system, which can be an unpleasant experience if not accompanied by proper medical care to alleviate discomfort and cravings.
Dedicated medical staff will closely monitor your progress during detox and provide medications, if required, to manage any discomfort or cravings you may experience.
Throughout detox, you will receive continuous medical supervision until the staff determines you are stable enough to transition to rehabilitation programs and activities.
After detoxification, you will transition to a residential facility to interact with others undergoing treatment and engage in rehabilitation services and activities.
The treatment centres’ inpatient drug rehab activities may include:
- Group therapy to address substance use
- Individual substance use assessments and therapy
- Integrated co-occurring mental health services with mental health practitioners (may consist of individual, group and family therapy)
- Individual mental health assessments and therapy
- Medical appointments
- Wellness and fitness activities
- Family program participation
- Nutritional assessment
- Spiritual care
- Educational and experiential workshops
- Continuing care planning
Our recommended programs for treating drug and alcohol addiction are grounded in scientific research, empirical evidence, and our extensive knowledge of the methods most effectively aiding individuals in achieving and maintaining sobriety.
Our recommended rehabilitation centres are at the forefront of developing the leading approach to addiction treatment in the field and continuously adapt and enhance evidence-based therapies and treatments to ensure that patients have the most excellent chance of achieving long-term recovery from substance abuse.
Some of the evidence-based treatments our clinicians use include:
- Acceptance Commitment Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Contingency Management/Motivational Incentives
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Interpersonal Therapy
- Medication-Assisted Therapies
- Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
- Motivational Enhancement Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
- Psychoeducational Groups
- Solution Focused Brief Therapy/Solution Focused Therapy
- Twelve Step Facilitation
How do I know I am suitable for rehabilitation?
After detoxification, you will transition into a residential facility to meet others undergoing treatment and engage in various rehabilitation services and activities.
There are several factors to take into account.
To begin with, here are three inquiries to reflect on:
- Do I have a high likelihood of encountering withdrawal symptoms from drugs or alcohol?
- Have I experienced a relapse (a recurrence of drinking or drug use) after achieving sobriety?
- Have I already attempted a less rigorous form of drug or alcohol treatment?
Typically, individuals who gain the most from inpatient addiction treatment respond affirmatively to at least one of the inquiries above.
What is the duration of the program?
The duration of your stay in a residential facility for a drug or alcohol rehabilitation centre will depend on certain critical medical milestones.
The medical team will collaborate with you, your family, and your budget to create the most suitable treatment plan and schedule for your needs.
It is important to remember that addiction is not something that occurs suddenly; it is a gradual process. Consequently, recovery will also require an investment of time and patience.
After completing your stay at a treatment facility, you will be given guidance on continuing your recovery and receiving ongoing support.
These suggestions and resources are designed to assist you in maintaining your sobriety in the long run and minimise relapse.
Similar to conditions like diabetes or high blood pressure, addiction is a persistent illness.
To regain your well-being, you must learn to effectively handle your symptoms, initially within the confines of a residential rehabilitation program and later on, in your home, where you are responsible for sustaining your progress.
What will happen after the program is completed?
Ongoing care. This stage will help you prepare a relapse prevention plan and connect you to ongoing counselling sessions or other therapies to maintain a steady momentum in a life of sobriety. Aftercare is an integral part of addiction treatment.
How do I start the admission process?
To begin, contact us for a private telephone evaluation. A recovery specialist will converse with you to ascertain if drug or alcohol therapy is required.
If advised, the recovery expert will discuss the most suitable treatment and collaborate with you to arrange for insurance coverage.