We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Brighouse

The overuse of toxic substances such as drugs or alcohol can easily become a problem and result in addiction. Any abuse of medication, or illegal drugs or alcohol can eventually spark physical and mental problems, and can also exacerbate pre-existing problems.

Substance use is considered problematic when it causes harmful effects and creates short-term and long-term impacts on your health.

If you develop a psychological or physical addiction to substances, the only way to rectify this problem is with private rehabilitation in Brighouse.

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Drug and Alcohol Centres in Brighouse

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We offer residential treatment that is close to the Brighouse area.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Brighouse

Understanding Drug and Alcohol Addiction Causes

The causes of drug and alcohol addiction cannot be isolated to one specific cause. Despite intensive research, science hasn’t yet pinpointed the exact cause. Rather, it is often an amalgamation of elements that create addictive behaviour.

It may also be a combination of biological, social, and psychological components. However, the good news is that addiction is possible to overcome.

Some of the most common causes are:

  • Family history of addiction
  • Childhood/Present traumas
  • Chronic pain/medical disorders
  • Financial troubles
  • Abandonment issues/Loss

During private alcohol rehab, you will explore numerous parts of your mental health that may have remained untouched for many years. This way, we can work collaboratively to heal traumas and relationships. This will be the stepping stone to long-term sobriety and success.

However, if you’re unfamiliar with how it works, then you may want to learn a little more about the lifestyle you can expect during your stay with us at Cassiobury Court.

 

Can I Still Work While I Attend Drug and Alcohol Rehab?

You should not consider your work as a barrier to treatment. It is important to know that your work and home life will suffer or decline if you do not prioritise yourself, therefore you should always choose rehab first.

However, the second important point to note is that you do not legally have to tell your boss that you are going to drug rehab. Your health is confidential and we treat all cases this way.

If you choose to enter a rehab programme, you will be within the facility for at least 28 days and therefore will be unable to resume your normal routine until after the programme is complete.

Although, there are numerous ways to make your stay with us simple, even if you have a full time job. You may be able to take annual leave, as this is the preferred method. However, if this is not possible, you can receive a doctor’s note from your GP to be signed off sick.

You can request the reasoning behind your time off as ‘anxiety’ or ‘depression’. Intimate details do not need to be known to your employer.

 

What Therapy Options are Available?

During rehab, you will have access to numerous world-renowned treatments. Before you begin any sessions however, you will enter a period of alcohol or drug detoxification which will remove the toxins from your body.

This will be undertaken in a medical environment with a full medical team and supervision. This withdrawal process is a vital step to ensure you have the substance out of your system. You will think clearer, you’ll feel physically better and you will be ready to begin your treatments after alcohol detox has ended.

We often combine various psychotherapies that we think will benefit you to most. Any pre-existing mental conditions and illnesses will be taken into consideration.

The most prominent form of psychotherapy is CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy). This focuses on the importance of our underlying thoughts which determine our behaviours. Once we rewire our minds, we can identify our triggers and adapt our behaviours to make different choices and create new outcomes.

You can learn to overcome stress and boost your self-confidence which is often common disorders on your journey. Other therapies may include art therapy, physical therapy such as yoga and movement, and counselling sessions, which tackle issues head on with impeccable results.

You may enter group sessions which will allow you to share your worries with others, and speak openly and comfortably with those facing similar situations.

Some of the most common therapies you will encounter are:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Family- and community-based therapies
  • Community reinforcement approach
  • Aftercare plans

 

Recovery After Rehab

Following rehab, there will be a reintegration period. This may mean returning to work or studies and reintegrating into your lifestyle with new behaviours and positive outlooks. However, we are glad to offer a superb aftercare service that dedicates itself to your recovery after rehab ends.

The initial months after rehab may seem daunting and often this is when relapses can occur. This is why our team is on hand to ensure that you are still receiving care and support doll like your discharge.

This includes support such as counselling sessions and catch-ups with us. You can express any concerns or reach out for assistance relating to your reintegration. We will gladly help you and give you some valuable information to keep you secure and supported.

We work with you at your convenience, therefore, you may connect via phone, Zoom or face-to-face depending on what suits your lifestyle best. There is no reason to feel left behind. Your dreams and goals are attainable once you commit yourself to a programme.

 

Get Help Now

Reaching out is the first step to achieving your goal of sobriety. When you have made the commitment to a programme, your mental health will improve and your physical health will follow quickly behind.

We appreciate it isn’t easy to admit to needing help. That is why our friendly and supportive teamwork ensures you feel comfortable and safe. We want to help you, there is no need to feel undervalued, unworthy or nervous. Nobody is beyond help and we are here to make you see your worth again.

Please give us a call on 0800 001 4070 to have a look around one of our facilities, or simply talk to a friendly voice, we are here to guide you in the right direction.

We want you to learn about the facilities we have, the available treatments and what we can do for you. It’s time to take control back and reach out today – contact us.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

There are many different options for therapy — however, here at Cassiobury Court we strongly recommend that you take advantage of our inpatient treatment programme. By staying at our drug and alcohol treatment centre we will be able to really delve into your addictive disorder, while also working out which specific treatment you are best response to and prioritising that treatment going forward.

When you finally reach out to us and sort your place at our treatment centre the helpline staff will be able to provide you with a thorough list of what you need to bring. However, some of the basics include clothing for both outdoor and indoor activities, a notepad and pen to record your progress, and pictures of your loved ones/sentimental items to keep you committed to recovery.

Rehab programmes can vary from treatment plan to treatment plan, often due to the fact that some people opt for inpatient and some people opt for outpatient. However, the majority of the inpatient treatment plans that we provide here at Cassiobury Court typically last for around 28 days. This might seem like quite a long time to be with us, but the time will fly by.

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