About rehab clinics in Shropshire
We can offer you a full range of rehab treatments throughout the Shropshire area. All the rehabs that Detox Plus work with are experienced professionals in the industry for many years working with various addictions.
You are guaranteed to be in the safe hands of an experienced team, and you will also have access to peaceful and comfortable surroundings. The grounds on which you will welcome are designed for recovery, as you will have space for privacy when needed. This will allow you to be active and enjoy quiet moments of contemplation to aid your recovery.
Addiction can affect us physiologically, but with proper addiction counselling and support, you can find the things that genuinely make you happy again.
What happens when I arrive at Rehab?
You will be introduced to your team when you first arrive at Rehab. Then your team will start discussing what approach suits you, and your input will be encouraged.
After you have discussed and agreed to your personalised treatment plan. You will then be guided through the rehab steps of recovery and what you can expect from the days and weeks to come.
The drug and alcohol rehabs in Shropshire are entirely focused on a holistic treatment approach designed to be as open as possible to whatever you need. Now, what you need may change, which is one of the most critical aspects of this approach. It is malleable to your ever-changing wants and needs throughout treatment. Still, the recommended treatments can only occur with the initial first step, the medical detox step. The Medical detox is the first step on your journey of recovery.
What is a Medical Detox?
Medical detox is the first step towards recovery. Whatever substance that you have in your body will be safely removed. The entire process of the detox will be supervised by a well-trained staff, including doctors, psychiatric nurses, therapists, counsellors and our consultant psychiatrist.
Withdrawing from an addictive substance is challenging and painful. That is why we use carefully selected medication during an alcohol detox to ease whatever symptoms you experience and help manage the physical effects on your body. We do not recommend any rehab treatment without the inclusion of medical detox.
Due to medical detox, many addictions can be remedied, including alcohol and drugs (legal and illegal). This means that any physical symptoms of addiction will be stripped. This provides a clear base for the second treatment stage, focusing on building the body and mind. After the medical detox, you will be ready to meet our team of counsellors, who will work with you to rebuild your life in the realm of sobriety.
What kind of counselling treatment is available in Shropshire rehab?
The treatments available will depend on what Rehab you will attend in Shropshire. Most rehabs will have various approaches that can be combined to design a plan that suits you. This is what we call person-centred counselling. A person-centred program means that whatever changes need to be made to the program can be made according to your preference. This does not mean you can change it willy-nilly; it means that your allocated team will be open to hearing what you like and dislike as you navigate your treatment. There could be aspects you are not enjoying and other medicines you may want to try and explore. All of this is available for discussion. So our priority is to support you towards long-term recovery.
Cognitive behavioural therapy is one of the more popular counselling approaches as it can be neatly arranged around a person-centred plan. The NHS and other health bodies recognise CBT as the best way to help those with addiction issues.
Trained, qualified addiction councillors give CBT treatment. It helps you deal with the destructive thoughts and feelings that lead to relapse.
The priority of CBT is to build new, healthy thought patterns that support a positive self-image, which is vital in dealing with addiction and its effects on your life.
As much as counselling sessions will help those suffering from addiction. There is also a focus on the physical health side of therapy. For example, the Shropshire rehab program offers an optional fitness regime by offering yoga sessions to practice mindfulness, Reiki, art therapy, and relaxation techniques. Other forms of treatment, such as anger management, are presented.
Frequently asked questions about Rehab in Shropshire.
How long will I stay in a rehab centre?
How long you stay in Rehab depends on your condition and the substance you are addicted to.
It will also depend on your available finances and what you can commit to at the time.
Most clients will stay to complete a full detox and a customised addiction recovery program, which can take a month to three months.
Can I use my phone while I am in Rehab?
All rehabs in Shropshire allow clients to use their phones. However, having your phone on you at all times is not encouraged, as it can be distracting. When you are attending sessions, classes or having a moment of privacy or rest, it is recommended that you take part without your phone. Most rehabs will have an allocated time in which you can use your phone to catch up on your interests or loved ones. However, having access to friends and family members can be vital in times of struggle. They can make for a well-needed morale boost.
What happens after Rehab?
Detox Plus UK prides itself on offering you the most extensive network of expert addiction treatment providers available in the UK.
We will provide you with a list of aftercare specialist programs that are within easy travelling distance of your home.
Aftercare Services maximise the effectiveness of residential treatment or home detox by extending the treatment in other ways that allow you to evolve into a sober life. While also emphasising relapse prevention techniques following the patient’s return home.
Is it essential to continue care after Rehab?
Any individual afflicted by the disease of addiction will remain at risk of relapsing for the rest their life. Even if you attend residential Rehab and soak up all the available aftercare, you will still be at risk of relapse. The only benefit of continuing aftercare is that it dramatically reduces the chances of relapse and can make recovery easier to navigate.
The highest risk period for relapse is the first year following the completion of treatment, and an individual should engage in a complete package of ongoing care for at least this period.
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Free addiction services in Shropshire
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