Drug and Alcohol Rehab Dulwich
Being addicted to drugs and/or alcohol is serious, known to disrupt physical, psychological, and emotional wellbeing.
As an addiction develops, tolerances will also progress, making it difficult to operate without drug and alcohol exposure. It’s also common to experience withdrawal symptoms as exposure drops, found to fuel cravings and the urge to re-abuse. In tandem, the mind will adapt, changing how it processes information, communicates feelings, and forms behaviours. Both mental health and emotional stability commonly deteriorate throughout addiction.
Withdrawing from drugs and alcohol will help to restore physical wellbeing. Yet to also heal the mind and regulate emotional wellbeing, a wide range of treatments, therapies and management tools will need to be worked through.
Fortunately, via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich, the right combination of physical and psychological treatments will be available to experience. Offering tailored treatment plans, at Cassiobury Court, we deliver person-centred services to overcome addiction.
Feel free from drugs and alcohol by completing an extensive addiction treatment programme. We’re here to support you, get you started and help you recover. Reach out on 0800 001 4070, available 24 hours a day.
Addiction treatment in Dulwich
A standalone drug or alcohol detox will not treat the entirety of addiction. Whilst drug and alcohol withdrawal will reduce the risks of further consumption, the mind will remain under the influence of such addictive substances.
An addiction adapts how the body operates, along with impacting brain health and functionality. Habit-like behaviours can ingrain in the mind, leading all choices, actions, emotions, and responses. Whilst controlled by drugs and alcohol, it can be very difficult to switch off and maintain sobriety. Due to learnt behaviour, an addiction impacts memory, recall and satisfaction. The habit of drug and alcohol exposure will be recalled, memorised, and used as a reward through such changes.
Addiction recovery should therefore involve the completion of therapy, management tools, education, and planning sessions, all alongside detoxification. Helping to provide a comprehensive recovery process, a wide range of treatments and additional services can be experienced, to improve all aspects of health and wellbeing.
Available locally via a drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich, at Cassiobury Court, you can work through and overcome addiction with our specialist support.
How does private rehab work?
Drug and alcohol rehab is professional, private, and medically accredited. It’s a service which works alongside leading therapists and medical teams, and a structure of evidence-based treatment services, placing full focus on rehabilitation.
Personal needs, wellbeing and behaviours are understood and prioritised through drug rehab. Through an admission, assessments are made to understand and manage the underlying cause of substance abuse. A recovery-driven platform is then created by recommending suitable and effective bouts of addiction treatment.
Placing our clients at the centre of addiction recovery, at Cassiobury Court, we follow a holistic approach. We understand our clients, we offer compassion, we create tailored treatment plans, and we help their loved ones move on from the burden of addiction.
Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich, a proactive and private rehabilitation experience can be encountered. You’ll have the chance to complete inpatient treatment by checking in for 28 days of treatments, recovery tools and management plans. With a safe, comfortable, and neutral environment, inpatient treatment programmes help to motivate realistic success rates.
Outpatient treatment is also an option, supported by the NHS. Addiction treatment services and recovery plans are available to work through mental illness and compulsive disorder. Yet usually organised over a 3-6-month period, many difficulties are noted whilst controlling the addiction recovery process.
Selecting private rehab will help you experience the right type, level, and quality of addiction treatment, available through our admissions process.
What happens during rehab?
Rehab is both a personalised yet structured process, broken up into a number of key phases. Our clients should expect to work through each phase, helping to detox the body, restore the mind and modify life to support sobriety.
Our treatment sessions are observed and guided by leading addiction therapists and medical teams, helping to uphold safety, wellbeing, and progress. 24/7 observations will be made, regular assessments will take place, and a handheld service will be delivered through private rehab.
Checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich will commence the first phase of detoxification. Eliminating drugs and alcohol is very important, helping to motivate physical withdrawal. Either a drug detox or alcohol detox will be recommended, to safely work through withdrawal symptoms, cravings, and influences.
The second phase of rehab looks into the psychology behind addiction, by assessing and adapting personal behaviours and responses. Addiction therapy sessions are recommended, along with some personalised recovery techniques and tools.
Holistic therapies are completed throughout the third phase of drug and alcohol rehab. To overcome the burden of addiction, all-round recovery must be aimed for. Holistic therapies are effective whilst increasing mindfulness, whilst also improving mental health and wellbeing.
Finalising rehab, great planning is experienced to prepare for life after rehab. Lifestyle modifications are recommended, whilst developing drug and alcohol-free coping skills. Relapse prevention sessions, aftercare services, and 12-step plans are offered to support sober choices and intentions.
Each phase, service, tool and session of drug and alcohol rehab will be personalised. This is very important, to make sure that individual responses, triggers, and symptoms can be understood and treated. Our client’s circumstances, health requirements and lifestyles understandably differ from one another, benefitting from a personalised rehab service.
Positioned at the centre of rehab, CQC standards of care and privacy are expected through local drug and alcohol rehab.
Treatment and therapy options
A wide range of treatments and therapies are effective through private rehab. We make use of psychological, well-being, social and holistic therapies through our rehab clinic, along with a medical detoxification process. Together they promote addiction recovery, personal coping, long-term recovery, and all-round healing.
Psychological treatments and therapies on offer:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- Stress management
- Mental health treatments
- Family therapy and intervention
- Group therapy
- 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:
How long is private rehab?
Inpatient rehab is the most proactive process to complete whilst recovering from addiction. Checking in to private rehab will mean that a 28-day programme can be arranged and worked through, helping to treat addiction at a progressive pace. Full focus and commitment must be placed on rehab, to make sure that each phase can be completed within a 4-week treatment programme.
Rehab timelines will fluctuate between clients. Some will opt for a longer programme to experience additional support and treatment, such as dual diagnosis treatment. Yet for most, an efficient rehab programme will be arrangeable here at Cassiobury Court.
By selecting NHS support, outpatient treatment will be harder to access due to waiting lists. Treatment sessions will also be arranged over a number of months, which can take up to 6 months to fulfil.
Cost of rehab
Although private rehab must be paid for, there are now some affordable options to select from. Flexible treatment plans are available through our rehab clinic to suit all budgets. Costs will depend on the amount, length and strength of addiction treatment that’s completed.
The benefit of outpatient treatment is that it’s free to complete through the NHS. Yet there are many disadvantages to the process, which can be resolved through inpatient rehab, supporting our treatment programmes.
How to find a drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich?
Recovering in Dulwich is possible through private drug and alcohol rehab. By voicing your needs, we can arrange the most suitable rehab programme for you. Your programme will be formed by combining leading addiction 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 Dulwich or for some additional information on private rehab in other London areas.
Cutting off all exposure to drugs and alcohol is an effective way to withdraw from them. However, by breaking the cycle of consumption, withdrawal symptoms are expected.
As withdrawal symptoms can be difficult to experience and can also be testing on health and wellbeing, a medically assisted detox process will instead be recommended. Drug and alcohol influences will be removed, yet with the use of replacement medications and supportive therapies. 24/7 support will also be available to secure the safety and progress of drug and alcohol rehabilitation.
On an initial basis, alcohol withdrawal can result in symptoms of depression. As the brain adjusts to lower levels of alcohol, negative emotional responses can be experienced. Withdrawal symptoms of irritability, anxiety, panic, and paranoia are all also common. Post-withdrawal, symptoms are expected to diminish, instead motivating positive responses.
Sobriety will not cause long-term depression. It will improve physical and psychological wellbeing, and quality of life.
A medically assisted detox will usually be organised over a 7-10-day timescale. Within this period, average withdrawal symptoms can be worked through, along with preparations for addiction therapy.
In some cases, the detoxification process can take longer to complete. Chronic addictions, a mix of substances, and unbearable withdrawal symptoms can delay sobriety. With medical assistance via a drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich, sobriety can be aimed for post-detox.