Substance misuse, be it alcoholism or substance abuse, tears apart countless families across the UK each and every year.

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Asking for professional medical assistance in overcoming an addictive disorder is nothing to be ashamed of — rather, it is the first step on the road to a better overall quality of life.

Finding the best possible addiction treatment programme can be quite a daunting task due to the wide array of rehab centres that exist across the United Kingdom.

However, Nova Recovery boasts some of the most impressive successful recovery rates, thanks to our state-of-the-art facilities, physical and psychological treatments, our relapse prevention planning, and our complimentary aftercare programmes.

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Below you will find information that goes into more detail about our therapies which will be made available to you at our residential addiction treatment centre.

However, if you find that you would rather ask your questions about recovery to our expert helpline staff, then you can reach out to us on 01475 303 998 — alternatively, you can reach out to us through our website.


Drug And Alcohol Addiction Therapy Options

When it comes to receiving addiction treatment, Nova Recovery finds that the best possible recovery comes when a treatment plan is personally tailored to the individual.

Addiction is a very complex disorder — therefore, prioritising the specific individual’s needs over attempting to implement a one-fits-all kind of treatment makes for a much more effective recovery.

Nova Recovery will take into consideration your medical history, your current relationship with your addiction, as well as your addiction history when planning out your personalised treatment plan.

Some of the therapies that you may likely include the likes of:

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual-diagnosis treatment is used when someone is presenting with other mental health illnesses as well as their addictive disorder. Some individuals can turn to addiction as a way to self-medicate against mental health illnesses such as depression and anxiety.

Therefore, when not consuming these substances previous mental health illnesses may reappear. With the assistance of a dual-diagnosis treatment, you will be able to manage your addictive disorder as well as your other mental health illnesses.


Behavioural therapies and one-to-one counselling

By undergoing one-to-one counselling and behavioural therapies such as CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) and DBT (dialectical behavioural therapy) you will be able to break down your negative behavioural patterns and replace them with more positive ones. This will form part of a relapse prevention plan and set you up for long-term recovery.


Group therapy and family support counselling

Group therapy will help you to put together a support network to keep you thinking positive and inspire you to keep on the straight and narrow. Without an appropriate support network, there is very little chance that anyone can forge a successful long-term recovery.

We also want to make sure that there is a chance to repair any strained relationships between you and your family members by offering family drug support counselling.


Detoxification Process Treatment Options

It is only natural to be worried about going through drug detox and alcohol detox. Withdrawal is an unpredictable and dangerous process to go through, as your body will initially struggle to adapt to being in a state of sobriety.

The dangerous side-effects that withdrawal can cause people to present with include the likes of hallucinations, heart palpitations, insomnia, muscle fatigue, headaches, and much more.

However, here at Nova Recovery, we will be able to help you through this period by administering a course of physical treatment in the form of medically-assisted detoxification therapy. This treatment will mean that all of your withdrawal side-effects are carefully managed, allowing you to go through withdrawal in as much comfort as is possible.

Furthermore, by going through detoxification at our facility, our round-the-clock medical care will mean that you are less likely to give into relapsing.


Relapse Prevention & Aftercare

Having our staff help you to work on a relapse prevention plan, should help ease the transition back into everyday life once you have completed your course of treatment with us.

However, to further ensure that your transition back into everyday life is as effective as possible, you will also be provided with access to our aftercare programme, which is free for the first 12 months after your treatment with us.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you recovery without a Rehab?

While there have been people who claim to have managed to recover from an addiction without professional assistance, this is an incredibly difficult pursuit for a number of reasons. Primarily, without the help of a professional therapist, you will not be able to address the issues that caused you to develop your addiction and overcome it for the long term. People who claim to have recovered from addiction on their own simply mean that they have gotten clean — properly recovering from an addiction needs serious psychological intervention and commitment.

What are the most common Treatments for Addiction?

As was touched upon before, there are a handful of addiction treatments that are considered mainstays when it comes to recovery programmes. The most common addiction treatments that you may experience during a recovery programme include, one-to-one psychotherapy with a trained therapist, group therapy, and detoxification treatment. These treatments will often form the backbone of most treatment programmes.

Will sober living increase my overall health?

Living a life of sobriety will have countless benefits to your overall health. When you are not taking drugs and/or consuming alcohol then there are a plethora of benefits to your mental health and your physical health — these benefits may include the likes of avoiding illnesses such as many types of cancers, heart disorders, depression-related illnesses, and much more. You will also find that thanks to not having to worry about the financial instability of having to supplement your addiction, you will experience a more fulfilling day-to-day life.