About rehab clinics in Kent
Thinking it’s time for Rehab? You may be beginning to get that urge to move towards sobriety but don’t know where to start.
Detox Plus can help you find a Rehab in Kent right for you.
Detox Plus only works with rehabs that facilitate an experienced team of professionals working with various addictions in the industry for many years. We want to give you the best chance possible.
Detox Plus specialises in finding rehab clinics that will guarantee you the utmost comfort and, above all, safety. There are plenty of these trusted clinics in the Kent area and beyond. So whether you want to keep it local or travel further afield, we can make that happen.
Whatever Rehab you choose through Detox Plus, you will have access to a team dedicated to making your stay at Rehab as comfortable as possible.
What happens when I arrive at Rehab?
As soon as you arrive at Rehab, your team will be introduced. These are the folk that will be there throughout your stay. After introductions, you will sit down and discuss the plan. Now, the 12-step program is something you will have discussed before, and this process is only there to confirm the port of calls and how open you are to changing them if need be. This is encouraged, as your time at Rehab will fluctuate; therefore, so must your plan.
Once the discussions surrounding your plan are over, you will be shown around the clinic to begin familiarising yourself with the environment.
The next stage will be in preparing you to begin medical detox. The experience of medical detox will vary depending on who you speak to. Still, we will ensure you go through the process as safely and comfortably as possible.
What is a Medical Detox?
Medical detox is the process that eliminates any addictive substances from your body so that you can begin your program with a clean slate.
Whenever anyone begins to consider quitting alcohol or any drug, there is concern about the drug or alcohol withdrawal symptoms that come with it. In some cases, withdrawal symptoms can be dangerous, especially alone. This is why it is essential to detox under the care of medical professionals.
At Detox Plus, we can guarantee you professional treatment. Having specialist care for medical detox will help you manage your pain by providing various medications. This will make the medical detox as comfortable as possible.
After the medical detox, you will be ready to begin your counselling sessions.
What kind of counselling treatment is available in Rehab Kent?
Many different approaches can be used when planning a counselling program. For example, any Rehabs in Kent prefer a more holistic approach. A holistic approach is mixing other methods to make it more effective from individual to individual. It is much like alchemy. We want to mould to fit your needs, not vice versa.
Any drug and alcohol Rehabs that Detox Plus deals with in Kent are entirely focused on holistic treatment. Therefore, any program designed will be as open to change, which is one of the most critical aspects of this approach. Any changes that are made are done so with your permission and agreement.
One of the approaches that you will likely come across is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The NHS and other health bodies recognise CBT as an ideal way to deal with addictions and self-confidence.
You will be dealing with specially trained and qualified addiction councillors in any Rehab in Kent. They will provide you with treatments based on your personal plan.
What is the aim of CBT?
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a short-term form of behavioural treatment that helps people problem-solve. That is the main aim of CBT and is why it is so effective when working with addictions. CBT also reveals the relationship between beliefs, thoughts, and feelings and the following behaviours.
CBT is a counselling approach that is effective in recognising patterns. Through that process, we can begin forming new healthier habits.
As well as attending your one-to-one sessions, you will also be encouraged to participate in group counselling sessions. This will give you a chance to form new bonds with your peers.
As well as medical detox and counselling sessions. Our rehab programs in Kent can offer optional yoga sessions to practice mindfulness, Reiki, art therapy, and relaxation techniques.
Frequently asked questions about Rehab in Kent
How long will I stay in a rehab centre?
Most people will stay a minimum of one month, and some will remain for more. It depends. Detox Plus recommends at least one month to ensure a full recovery. Still, some people cannot commit to this due to work or family responsibilities or do not have the financial means to stay longer. If this sounds like you, please call Detox Plus, and we can find a way to accommodate you.
Can I use my phone while I am in Rehab?
Yes. All Rehab centres in Kent will allow clients to use their phones, although this does not mean that you have access to your phone twenty-four-seven. It means you will be allocated time (usually in the evening) to catch up with friends and family and any interest you may have. All of these details will be shared with you on arrival.
Not having your phone around all day is essential, as it can be distracting. Not having access to your phone at all can be detrimental. However, an allocated time frame must be available to contact friends and family. This can be vital in times of struggle.
What happens after Rehab?
The time spent in Rehab may be limited to one month or more, but the aftercare is indefinite.
Effective aftercare, whether your CBT plan or using local charities and services, is an integral part of sustained recovery. At Detox Plus, we know how easily the hard work gained in Rehab can fall apart whenever there is poor aftercare organisation. We can offer you the most extensive network of expert addiction aftercare treatments in Kent.
Is it essential to continue care after Rehab?
Yes. It is essential to persevere with aftercare services. Once you find what works for you, it is necessary to find consistency. Even if you feel secure in your recovery and go through spells of ease, it is vital to remain wary. As someone addicted for a prolonged period, you will always be at risk of relapsing. Continuing aftercare will dramatically reduce the chances of relapse.
It is worth mentioning that relapse is not a failure. The nature of what we are is ongoing, and failure, although sold as legitimate, cannot survive here. Take heart in that.
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