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Maybe you’re under the impression that rehab is only for the rich and famous, or maybe you’re of the belief that they’re cold and clinical environments; this couldn’t be further from the truth.
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We’re extremely proud of the work we do and the service we provide our clients. Our fantastic team do their utmost to provide a safe, welcoming, and comfortable environment for everyone who joins our drug and alcohol rehab Abergavenny.
We take the time to personalise all of our addiction treatment programmes and treat all of our clients with kindness and discretion.
You’ll benefit from your own private room, daily nutritious meals, and all of your housekeeping taken care of so that you only have one thing to focus on – achieving your long-term recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
Our team are experts at delivering evidence-based therapies which focus on breaking your physical and psychological connections to alcohol or drugs, as well as improving your general well-being.
This well-balanced mix of therapies will provide you with a holistic approach to your addiction treatment, thus giving you the most effective rehabilitation journey possible.
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A variety of evidence-based Therapies
We focus on providing the therapies which we feel will benefit the individual most based on the pre-screening assessment we’ve undertaken.
We have an excellent team of recovery workers comprised of psychiatrists, mental health support staff, counsellors, therapists, doctors, and nurses, many who have first-hand experience of going through rehabilitation themselves. They’re very knowledgeable and extremely motivating in helping you reach your recovery goals.
Our range of therapies focus on identifying the underlying reasons of your addiction and trying to recognise what may have caused this to happen.
By being able to understand what’s caused your addiction, you’re likely to find it much easier to manage and recognise your triggers to avoid any relapses.
One of our frequently used psychological therapies is cognitive behavioural therapy, or CBT. This has proven to be a very useful therapy as it works to identify those reasons as to why you became addicted to alcohol or drugs in the first place.
CBT will then help to redefine your thought processes and rethink your negative behaviours in relation to your drug or alcohol addiction. This is a fantastic learning tool and a very effective psychological therapy for those suffering from substance abuse.
We have other psychological therapies which we recommend regularly due to their effectiveness, which are drug or alcohol relapse prevention, stress management, psychotherapy, counselling, motivational interviewing, and mediation therapy.
Of course, we need to make sure that your well-being is taken care of, so we deliver some fantastic well-being therapies alongside your psychological therapies.
These could include mindfulness, relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, yoga, fitness therapy, nutritional supplement therapy, low-level laser therapy, meditation, and music therapy.
We take care of your Mental Health alongside your Addiction
Most people are quite surprised when they learn how common mental health problems are within people who also suffer from addiction to alcohol or drugs.
These two conditions are very closely linked and can co-occur when a person with poor mental health resorts to drugs or alcohol as a way to cope with their psychological pain.
This also works the other way when a person who’s abusing alcohol or drugs develops a mental health problem as a result of this excessive abuse. It’s referred to as a dual diagnosis when someone is living with the co-occurring conditions.
We have an excellent team who are well experienced in delivering dual diagnosis treatment so we can certainly help you overcome both conditions.
We’ll deliver the most effective therapies to address both conditions simultaneously whilst trying to identify the underlying reasons of both your drug or alcohol addiction and your mental health problems.
Help a loved one receive Treatment for Alcohol Addiction
It can be very overwhelming to admit to someone that you need professional support with a drug or alcohol addiction. Often people find it difficult to even admit this to themselves, never mind anyone else.
If you’re concerned that a loved one could be suffering from an addiction but isn’t opening up about it, you could take advantage of our friend and family intervention service.
Particularly if they’re continuing to display destructive, addictive behaviours whilst refusing to seek out professional support, it’s crucial that you help them the best you can so that they can get help as soon as possible.
After you’ve contacted our admissions team, we’ll then be able to approach the person with the addiction and do our best to help them recognise the damage they’re doing themselves and others around them. Our intervention service is very popular as it produces such great results.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does Rehab last for?
A typical addiction treatment programme lasts for approx. 28 days, but this could be longer or shorter depending on the severity of your addiction. Our treatments programmes are pretty flexible and will be adapted to suit your needs.
Is a Detoxification essential?
We highly recommend a detoxification for most of our clients as it really is the most effective way to remove the harmful toxins from your body which gives you a chance to cleanse. It’s important to undergo a detoxification only ever under the supervision of medical professionals to avoid any potential risks.
Can I request support on behalf of a loved one?
Yes, of course. We provide a family or friend intervention service where you can get in touch with us on behalf of your loved one. We’ll then take it from there and arrange a group intervention, giving everyone the opportunity to voice their concerns and hopefully set a plan for the person in question to join our drug and alcohol rehab Abergavenny.
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