Addiction negatively impacts your life in so many ways, it’s not a pleasant existence trying to cope with these awful effects.
But you’re not alone; our drug and alcohol rehab is here to help you. Be brave and take the first step towards creating a happier and healthier future to look forward to.
Get in touch with our admissions team today on 0800 012 6088, text HELP to 83222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get started.
What happens at our Rehab in Epping Forest?
It’s quite normal to have lots of questions around what actually goes on during your addiction treatment. Many people have misconceptions surrounding the activities or therapies which occur during drug and alcohol rehab.
For some reason, myths have developed over the years that rehab centres are strict, cold, and clinical environments where you’re forced into certain therapies; this couldn’t be further from the truth.
We work hard to ensure our rehabilitation centre is a warm and welcoming setting, where you can relax and feel motivated to succeed in your recovery goals.
All of our clients enjoy the privacy of their own with all of their housekeeping and laundry needs taken care of. We also make sure that you enjoy daily nutritious meals to aid your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.
Our accommodation is nothing short of luxurious as our team works tirelessly to maintain a positive and comfortable atmosphere where you can fully concentrate on your rehabilitation with no distractions.
Being able to have this full focus on your rehab treatment is key to a successful recovery. You wouldn’t be able to achieve this if you were to remain at home as an outpatient whilst undergoing your treatment as home life is just too full of distractions and negative influences.
Our drug and alcohol rehab boasts an exceptional team of recovery workers who are all experts in their field. They’re dedicated to helping you along your recovery journey whilst showing the utmost care, respect, and compassion.
They continue to go out of their way to do anything they can to help you achieve your long-term recovery goals.
After making contact with our rehab in Epping Forest, we will ask you to attend a pre-screening assessment where we can get to know each other better and review your physical and mental health in more detail.
This will enable us to get a better understanding of your condition and which therapies we can select to benefit you most. This session will also greatly help us to identify the reasons behind what may have caused your drug addiction or alcohol addiction, thus aiding your overall recovery.
Do you have to stay at our Rehabilitation Centre whilst receiving your Addiction Treatment?
We offer both outpatient and inpatient rehab treatments depending on your individual needs, so you don’t have to stay overnight at our rehab centre if you’re an outpatient.
However, we strongly recommend that the majority of our clients remain with us for the duration of their rehab treatment as an inpatient; there’s a number of reasons for this.
Firstly, as we briefly mentioned above, if you were to remain home whilst undergoing your addiction treatment, you’d be attempting to juggle home and work-life alongside your rehabilitation which really requires your full attention in order to be successful.
You might have people at home who could be negatively influencing you to give up on your rehabilitation or even influence a potential relapse. Although it may seem appealing to remain at home, this can actually be detrimental to your overall recovery.
By far, the best way to effectively recovery from drug addiction or alcohol addiction is to join a residential addiction treatment programme.
You can take advantage of our state-of-the-art facilities, benefit from a positive and recovery focused environment, and share your experience with people who are in a similar situation to you.
How do we monitor your Mental Health?
Mental health and addiction to alcohol or drugs have long been seen together. There’s a strong connection between the two as many people who suffer from poor mental health resort to drinking or drug taking as a way to cope with their psychological trauma.
On the other hand, people who are suffering from an addiction to alcohol or drugs can quickly develop mental health problems as a result of the harmful toxins from these substances affecting the make-up of your brain.
When a person is living with both conditions, we refer to this as a dual diagnosis for which we can offer our expert mental health and addiction treatments.
Do we offer a variety of Addiction Therapies?
It’s important that we’re able to provide a wide variety of addiction therapies as what may work for you, might not work for someone else.
Each person’s journey into addiction is completely unique, therefore it’s unrealistic to expect each addiction treatment to work the same for everyone.
All of our therapies are evidence-based and work on removing your physical, emotional, psychological, and social connections to drugs or alcohol.
It’s likely that we’ll recommend a drug or alcohol detoxification during the early stages of your stay with us. This is the best way to gradually reduce your consumption and give your body and mind a cleanse in preparation for your psychological and well-being therapies.
These could include cognitive behavioural therapy (also known as CBT), counselling, motivational interviewing, relapse prevention, stress management, relaxation and sleep management, art therapy, nutritional supplement therapy, fitness therapy, low level laser therapy, mindfulness, and yoga.
If you feel ready to dedicate yourself to our life-changing drug and alcohol rehab Epping Forest, then contact us today on 0800 012 6088, text HELP to 83222 or email email@example.com. Now is the time to make a change for the better.
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