We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Edgbaston

An addiction is displayed through a range of signs and symptoms. Due to the toxic, influential and addictive natures of drugs and alcohol, change and deterioration are anticipated.

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Some common signs and symptoms, indicating an addiction include strong cravings, difficulties whilst withdrawing, social isolation, a change in behaviour, and new priorities around alcohol or drugs.

Whether you’re personally noticing the signs or believe that a loved one is struggling through the symptoms, you can take action. Through either a self-referral or a family and friend referral, the addiction recovery process can begin.

Reach out here at Cassiobury Court if you are noticing any degree of change through substance abuse. We’re here to support you and your loved ones through addiction recovery, possible by visiting a drug and alcohol rehab in Edgbaston.

 

Noticing the signs and symptoms of addiction

It can be daunting to notice the signs and symptoms of addiction. Witnessing changes to physical and psychological health, consumption rates, and commitments can be difficult. Whether you’re noticing them about yourself or a loved one, it’s important to take action, to reduce the long-term impacts of drugs and alcohol.

Common signs and symptoms of substance abuse include:

  • Physical symptoms, such as ill-health, hangover-like symptoms, and a loss of control
  • Psychological symptoms, such as poor mental health, irritability, and mood swings
  • Social symptoms, such as changes to social circles, signs of isolation and new commitments
  • Behavioural symptoms, such as a change in personality, unhealthy priorities, and compulsive behaviours

Any degree of drug and/or alcohol problems can be treated through rehab. Support will be beneficial across the board, no matter how new, mild, chronic, or long-lasting symptoms may be.

You can take action by referring yourself or a loved one to a drug and alcohol rehab in Edgbaston. With a quick admissions process, withdrawal, treatment, and recovery can be aimed for here at Cassiobury Court.

 

What’s expected of residential addiction treatment?

Residential rehab is the most recommended and beneficial route to take through addiction recovery. It provides clients with the opportunity to wholeheartedly focus on recovering. Removing drug and alcohol influences and exposure, energy and effort can be instilled into rehab.

There are many benefits linked to residential addiction treatment. Checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Edgbaston will provide around the clock access to a team of addiction specialists. Balanced, clean, and private environments are also expected, providing a personal space to reside in.

Treatment plans are personalised, and extensive, high-quality support is offered, and a step-by-step programme is in place to work through. The entire process can be completed in 28 days, also standing as a proactive way to recover.

By checking into private rehab, greater success rates are expected due to the level of control that you’ll have. Holistic, medical, psychological, and mental health therapies will also help you heal from a multitude of angles, also found to strengthen recovery.

Although you can instead visit an Edgbaston based rehab clinic for regular treatment, outpatient programmes are less effective due to their prolonged schedule. It can also be challenging to recover whilst faced with daily reminders and triggers of consumption. Instead, at Cassiobury Court, we recommend inpatient treatment plans, catering to individual needs.

 

Range of therapies offered at Cassiobury Court

Our therapies are evidence-based here at Cassiobury Court. Our rehab facility operates by making use of conventional and additional services, to treat individual causes and symptoms.

Treatments and therapies which we use include:

  • Drug and alcohol detoxification
  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Support groups and group therapy
  • One-to-one therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Mental health treatments
  • Relapse prevention planning
  • Wellbeing services
  • Lifestyle management
  • Holistic therapies

Treatment plans are assisted by a dedicated team of specialists, offering direction through withdrawal symptoms, mental health conditions and any challenges. Safety and progress are paramount through private rehab, aimed for through personalised treatment plans.

 

Free aftercare in Edgbaston

Treatments and therapies can help to recover the body and mind post-addiction. Services also focus on motivating long-term recovery by providing the tools to remain sober.

Yet the transition period, post-rehab, can be difficult to face up to, resulting in vulnerabilities for many clients. Free aftercare services are offered to reduce such feelings, helping to ease the transition.

Known to reduce relapse risks and high-risk situations, known to offer peer support, known to provide structure and routine, and known to improve mental health, aftercare is a useful service.

Free for 12 months, we can help you experience aftercare via a drug and alcohol rehab in Edgbaston.

If you are worried about your habits and can see some warning signs, we’re here to offer free and confidential advice. In the event of a referral, we can also help you through the admissions process, to access our rehab clinic here at Cassiobury Court. Reach out for our professional advice today.

Rehab experiences will be different for every client, meaning that each day will differ depending on personal needs and responses. Yet the average day starts with healthy intentions of good nutrition, mindfulness, and movement, followed by a range of treatment sessions. Anything from cognitive behavioural therapy to family therapy can take place, to promote progress. The afternoons are usually filled with group activities, exercise, self-development sessions, and some downtime, to secure a balance. A day in rehab will finish with healthy habits, focusing on rest, further goal setting and reflective work.

A family intervention is a safe place for loved ones to share their concerns and worries. Bringing together a small group, worries are communicated to motivate the option of rehab. Many addicts can struggle to see beyond the positive effects of drugs and alcohol. Others live in denial. Whilst others feel alone and incapable of completing the process. An intervention offers support, helps to display the realism of addiction, and can advance the acceptance of rehab. It also offers education and support for family members through this time.

Signs and symptoms vary depending on the drug of choice, the method of consumption, personal tolerances, and wellbeing. The most common signs are displayed through changes, to wellbeing, mental health, commitments, and behaviours. If drugs and alcohol take priority, deteriorate health, induce the likes of depression, cause money or social problems, and withdraw users from reality, these are some common signs of addiction. Any form of habit will benefit from support. If you’re spotting the signs and symptoms, reach out at Cassiobury Court.

CQC Registered Manager

Rafa 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). Rafa has outstanding experience in managing rehabs across the country and is vastly experienced at ensuring your treatment fit’s your needs.

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