Drug and Alcohol Rehab Brixton
Not only is a drug and alcohol addiction a physically impactful disorder, it’s also a psychological and behavioural problem.
Over time, tolerances can develop, making it very difficult for the body to operate without drugs and alcohol. Withdrawal symptoms can show once tolerances are lowered, spiking further consumption for someone with an addiction. Alongside the physical changes that substance abuse causes, the mind and how it processes information, displays feelings, and motivates behaviours can also adapt.
Detoxing from drugs and alcohol will understandably help to restore the body. Yet to also realign and heal the mind, a wide variety of treatments, therapies and management tools will need to be welcomed and completed.
Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Brixton, the right combination of physical and psychological treatments will be available to experience. Offering tailored recovery plans, at Cassiobury Court, we provide the right setting, level of support and person-centred services to treat addiction.
Find out how you can lead a fulfilled life, post-rehab, by completing the most effective and comprehensive programme of addiction treatment. Our helpline is available 24/7 on 0800 001 4070.
Addiction treatment in Brixton
Attempting to treat an addiction with a standalone detox will be impossible. Whilst withdrawing from drugs and alcohol will help to reduce cravings and the prospect of further consumption, the mind will remain under the control of such substances.
Not only does an addiction adapt how the body functions, but it also impacts how the brain operates and its stability. Habit-like behaviours can become ingrained in the mind, driving all choices, actions, emotions, and responses. Whilst controlled by habits and their justification, it can be very difficult to switch off and maintain sobriety. An addiction is recognised as learnt behaviour, which impacts memory, recall and satisfaction. Drug and alcohol exposure will be recalled, memorised, and chosen for their rewards.
To recover from an addiction, therapy, management tools, education and planning are all important, alongside detoxification. Helping to create a comprehensive recovery process, a wide range of treatments can be experienced, along with additional services to improve all aspects of life.
Available locally via a drug and alcohol rehab in Brixton, working through the other side of addiction will be possible here at Cassiobury Court.
See more information about our detox services offered in the London area here.
How does private rehab work?
Private drug rehab is an intimate, accredited and highly professional service which prioritises addiction recovery. By merging leading therapists and medical teams, with a structure of evidence-based treatment services, all focus can be placed on getting better from addiction.
Rehab works by understanding personal needs, wellbeing, and behaviours. It assesses and gauges the cause and triggers of drug and alcohol abuse, to reduce future relapse. It also provides a platform for recovery by recommending the most suitable treatments and recovery methods.
Our services and programmes at Cassiobury Court are person-centred, opting for holistic approaches to recovery. We get to know our clients, empathise with them, offer tailored recovery plans, and help them and their loved ones move on from the burden of addiction.
Private rehab, which you can access via a drug and alcohol rehab in Brixton provides the most effective and proactive way to overcome an addiction. Also recognised as residential rehab, you’ll have the chance to check in and complete a 28-day programme of treatments, tools, and management plans. With a safe, comfortable, and neutral environment to recover from, inpatient treatment provides the strongest starting point of addiction recovery.
Similar steps of rehab can be experienced through outpatient treatment on the NHS. Addiction treatment services and recovery plans are available for behavioural and mental health problems. Yet with a 3–6-month lead time, and generalised programmes, overcoming the personal and uncontrollable side of addiction can be tough.
Selecting private rehab will help you access the right type, level, and quality of addiction treatment through a time-sensitive admission.
What happens during rehab?
Alongside the personalised aspects of rehab, the process is broken up into key phases. All clients should expect to work through each phase, helping to detox the body, restore the mind and adjust to sobriety.
All treatment sessions and recovery steps are facilitated by the best therapists in the industry, helping to protect safety, wellbeing, and progress. 24/7 observations, regular assessments and a handheld approach will be followed throughout inpatient private rehab.
Checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Brixton will begin very similarly for most clients. The first key phase focuses on detoxification, by eliminating drugs and alcohol as influences. A drug detox or alcohol detox will take place, to safely diminish tolerances and to work through withdrawal symptoms without the urge to follow with consumption.
The second phase focuses on the psychological and behavioural symptoms and changes of addiction. Addiction therapy sessions are effective at this stage of rehab, along with some management tools and recovery techniques.
Holistic recovery leads the third phase of rehab, helping to promote all-round recovery. To overcome the burden of addiction, all areas of life must improve and sustain. Holistic therapies help to increase mindfulness, wellbeing, and mental health through addiction recovery.
The final key phase of private rehab helps our clients adjust their outlooks, lifestyle choices and coping strategies to support sobriety. Relapse prevention sessions, aftercare services, and 12-step plans are included to ease adjustments.
Around each phase of drug and alcohol rehabilitation, personalised services, tools, and sessions will be found to treat individual responses, symptoms, and triggers. Circumstances, wellbeing, and lifestyles differ between our clients, requiring a personalised offering to rehab.
Through private CQC standards of rehab, you can expect to be prioritised and at the centre of your recovery plan.
Treatment and therapy options
Various types of treatments and therapies are available to experience through private rehab in London. We promote psychological, well-being, social and holistic therapies through our rehab clinic, to work alongside detoxification. Together they help to heal the body and mind, whilst also offering coping techniques, exposure therapy and support for the long-term.
Psychological treatments and therapies on offer:
– Cognitive behavioural therapy
– Stress management
– Group therapy
– Mental health treatments
– Family therapy and intervention
– Relapse prevention
– Motivational interviewing
– Aftercare 12-step plans
– Support groups
Well-being treatments and therapies on offer:
– Mindfulness and body scan
– Sleep management
– Therapeutic art and music therapies
– Nutritional therapy
Social treatments and therapies on offer:
– Family visits
– Team building activities
– Exposure therapy
– Social events and gatherings
Holistic treatments and therapies on offer:
Drugs we provide treatment for in the London area;
How long is private rehab?
Checking into a private rehab clinic is the most proactive process to complete. A 28-day programme can be arranged through residential rehab, due to its pace and intensity. All focus is placed on recovery, meaning that the process can be condensed into 4 weeks.
Rehab timelines will be different between clients, where some will stay a little longer to benefit from additional support and treatment. Yet the general consensus is that most people will work through rehab efficiently.
By selecting outpatient treatment via the NHS, longer processes should be expected. Treatments will be arranged over a number of months, averagely around 6 months to fully complete rehab.
Cost of rehab
The cost of private rehab is usually the biggest obstacle for most. Yet now offering flexible services, treatment plans are available for all budgets here at Cassiobury Court. Costs will be decided by the amount, length and strength of addiction treatment that’s completed.
The perk of outpatient treatment is that it’s free through the NHS. Yet the benefits of private inpatient rehab outweigh the affordability of NHS support.
How to find a drug and alcohol rehab in Brixton?
Recovering in Brixton is possible through private rehab. By sharing your needs, we can arrange the most suitable rehab programme for you, filled with leading treatments, tools, and resources to help you recover and lead a fulfilled life post-addiction.
Reach out to access a drug and alcohol rehab in Brixton, or for confidential professional guidance through addiction.
An addiction is treatable and can be managed for the long-term, post-rehab. It cannot be cured as it’s an impactful condition which is recognised as reoccurring.Leading a healthy, fulfilled life is possible after completing addiction treatment. Sobriety is a goal which can be met and continued for the future.
Rehab programmes will fit around your availability to ensure that they are feasible. The most effective inpatient rehab programme will however last 28 days, offering a focus period of recovery.Outpatient rehab is a much longer process, which can be off-putting for many people. Treatments are usually organised over a 3–6-month timeline.Your needs, responses and progress will dictate the pace of drug and alcohol rehab.
At Cassiobury Court we offer mental health treatments, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy and motivational interviewing. We focus on mental health as many of our clients experience dual diagnosis with alcoholism or drug abuse.Mental health therapy sessions can work alongside addiction therapy to treat both conditions in unison. Whilst similar treatments are used, the angle of each session will differ to benefit dual recovery.
Raffa Bari - Author -
Last updated: 14th June 2022
CQC Registered Manager
Raffa manages the day to day caring services here at Cassiobury Court. Dedicated to the treatment and well being of our visitors she is an outstanding mental health coach registered with BAAT (British Association of Art Therapists). Raffa has outstanding experience in managing rehabs across the country and is vastly experienced at helping people recover from drug and alcohol addictions.