Getting Help for Addiction & Substance Abuse in Cambridgeshire
Meeting that moment of needing to move away from addiction can be intimidating. Then there is the inevitable bewildering spot of not knowing where to go or what to do to bring an end to it.
At Detox Plus, we specialise in finding rehab clinics that guarantee comfort and safety. Detox Plus can help find the right Rehab for you whether you want to receive treatment in Cambridgeshire or beyond.
Detox Plus only works with rehabs that facilitate an experienced team of professionals working with various addictions in the industry for many years.
As well as having state-of-the-art treatments and a round-the-clock team to support you, you will also have access to peaceful and comfortable surroundings. All the rehabs we work with are designed for recovery and can provide you with space for privacy when needed.
Addiction affects us physiologically, so as well as having a space to relax and contemplate, you will have access to counselling and other activities.
What happens when I arrive at Rehab?
The first port of call will be to meet and greet the team supporting you through the ups and downs. After the pleasantries, you must discuss a plan of action with your team. This is an informal part of the process, but you must be honest about what may help and impede you. This does not mean that your plan will be set in stone. Whatever program you and the team come up with will be open to change.
Once the initial addiction program has been established and you have been given the grand tour of the clinic, you will then be prepared to begin medical detox.
Medical detox is necessary to come off addictive substances safely and as comfortably as possible. This approach will ensure you are ready to participate in the essential treatments afterwards.
What is a Medical Detox?
Medical detox is the first step, allowing addictive substances to leave the body safely.
One of the reasons why some people do not want to quit alcohol is the worry surrounding the alcohol withdrawal symptoms that can be experienced during alcohol detox. This is why it is essential to detox under the care of medical professionals.
At Detox Plus, we can ensure that you will receive professional treatment, whatever Rehab you choose. This kind of care will help you manage your pain with different medications. We do not recommend any rehab treatment without the inclusion of medical detox.
After an alcohol detox, you will be ready to meet our team of counsellors, who will work closely with you.
What kind of counselling treatment is available in Cambridgeshire rehab?
Any drug and alcohol Rehabs we have in Cambridgeshire are entirely focused on holistic treatment when customising your counselling plan. Any program designed will be as open to change, which is one of the most critical aspects of this approach.
The most current approach is cognitive behavioural therapy. The NHS and other health bodies recognise CBT as the best way to help those with addiction issues. There are many reasons behind this, mainly because CBT works well with the person-centred approach.
Specially trained and qualified addiction councillors will provide whatever treatments your plan contains. This safety net of reliable supervision will allow you to deal with whatever issues arise from your discussions.
What is the aim of CBT?
CBT aims to build new, healthy thought patterns that support a positive self-image that is lasting and through sustainable methods. We do not just want you to feel like you are making progress in Rehab; we want you to have strategies to manage so that you can be a light to yourself in the future. That is the goal of Rehab. It is a sanctuary that allows you to reset and develop new enforcing ideas of yourself and let those ideas continue flourishing through your hands. Without your input, Rehab is nothing. It is like going to the gym and not doing any exercise. It ends up just being a building.
As well as providing one-to-one and group counselling sessions, Rehab will also focus on the physical health side of therapy. For example, our rehab programs in Cambridgeshire offer optional yoga sessions to practice mindfulness, Reiki, art therapy, and relaxation techniques.
Frequently asked questions about Rehab in Cambridgeshire
How long will I stay in a rehab centre?
Your stay will depend on what substance you are addicted to and your current condition. As well as taking into consideration your financial and commitment availability.
In most cases, clients will stay to complete a full detox and a customised addiction recovery program, which can take up to three months.
Can I use my phone while I am in Rehab?
Yes. Any rehab centres that work with Detox Plus in Cambridgeshire will allow clients to use their phones. Although this does not mean you can always have your phone on you, as it can be distracting.
Having your phone on you is actively discouraged when attending any sessions or classes. Instead, it is recommended that you use your phone in the evening when all of the scheduled sessions are complete.
Most rehabs will have an allocated time in which you can use your phone to catch up on your interests or loved ones. All of these details will be shared with you on arrival.
Do not worry if you think your phone will be taken off you for the entirety of your stay. That won’t happen, as all addictive specialists know that having access to friends and family members can be vital in times of struggle.
What happens after Rehab?
Aftercare is an integral part of sustained recovery. At Detox Plus, we pride ourselves on offering you the most extensive network of expert addiction treatments available in the UK.
When you have completed your Rehab stay, we will provide you with an aftercare specialist program planned around what services are available locally.
Is it essential to continue care after Rehab?
Anyone addicted for a prolonged period will be at risk of relapsing for the rest of their life. Attending residential Rehab and all available recommended aftercare will, at best, decrease the risk of relapse.
This is why it is vital to continue aftercare, as it will dramatically reduce the chances of relapse.
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