What Rehab is Not
What is Rehab Like at an Excellent Facility?
An intake expert customizes a rehab experience that meets your individual needs. Because everyone’s dependency is different, you need addiction help that pinpoints the right treatment options. For example, addiction treatment programsinclude:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy
- Contingency management
- Dual diagnosis treatment
- Family therapy
- Group therapy
So, what is rehab like? There’s a lot of talking in groups or one-on-one sessions with highly skilled and caring therapists. However, it’s not all just talk. There’s also the option of learning new hobbies, such as cooking or gardening.
Holistic therapies introduce program participants to yoga and meditation. Doing so provides you an alternative way of handling stressful situations or trigger moments. Furthermore, a comfortable environment invites you to relax at the end of the day and interact with peers. In the process, you put into practice new stress management techniques and coping mechanisms.
When you finish the program, you transition into aftercare. In fact, the focus is now on relapse prevention . You put into practice what you learned during rehab. You work with peer groups to practice accountability and reach out for support as needed.
How Important is Treatment?
You may believe that you can control your drug use and stop at any time. Maybe you’re hoping that a loved one will recognize that it’s time for a change. And so you wait. However, the longer you wait, the addiction gets worse.
Chemical dependency is a chronic disease that’s on par with diabetes or asthma. It doesn’t just go away by itself. Instead, it gets worse the longer you leave it to fester without treatment. For some, the additional wait results in severe physiological and psychological problems.
You don’t have to go down this road. There’s hope at Silver Pines Treatment Center. Specifically, you can go from detox to rehab and then aftercare. Call 267.719.8689 today to find your path to sobriety at Silver Pines.