Drug and Alcohol Rehab Mayfair
If you’re looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Mayfair, you want to be sure that you’re getting the best quality treatment and have the best possible chance of beating your alcohol or drug addiction. Cassiobury Court offer high quality residential rehab in Watford in the North London suburbs, just a short tube, train or car journey from Mayfair, making it an excellent place for city dwellers to heal.
Treatment in a pleasant environment
When you look for drug and alcohol rehab in Mayfair, you’ll find that many places that offer addiction treatment look clinical and unpleasant. If you’re going through intensive therapy and the difficult process of detox, then you want to be somewhere comfortable and welcoming, which is why we have tried to make Cassiobury Court as pleasant as possible. We’re set in a pretty, leafy suburban area, away from the noise and stress of London, while still being well-connected to the city.
Cassiobury Court has nice grounds and is surrounded by parkland, so you don’t feel locked up and can enjoy fresh air when you need it. Our rehab facility offers options such as single occupancy or en-suite rooms, for those who need extra privacy, and there are communal areas with a TV and plenty of activities. We know that our programme can be tough, so we want you to be able to relax while you stay with us.
Effective drug and alcohol treatment
The team at Cassiobury Court are addiction specialists, so we have put together a programme that’s designed to get you off alcohol and drugs, as well as learning to keep away from them in the long term.
When you contact us about drug and alcohol rehab in Mayfair, we carry out an initial assessment to see whether this type of treatment would be right for you. You also have the chance to ask lots of questions too, as we want you to be sure that you come to our treatment facility ready to work hard to recover.
On arrival, you go through a full assessment of your physical and mental health. Many people who come to Cassiobury Court have a dual diagnosis, which means they have an addiction as well as a mental illness, which means they may need extra support. We’ll also need to discuss practicalities such as your medications to ensure you are looked after.
Detox and rehab at Cassiobury Court
Step one for most people who enter Cassiobury Court is to go through detox. You simply can’t recover from an addiction properly until all the drugs and alcohol are out of your system, and it can be a huge relief to finally break the cycle of dependency. If you’ve had an addiction to alcohol or drugs for a long time, then you may find you have severe withdrawal symptoms, which may have put you off getting sober in the long term. However, because we offer residential rehab, you have options such as prescription medication to ease your symptoms, and you have medical supervision and support to get you through this time.
When you are looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Mayfair, you may come across short detox programmes where you simply detox and then go home. While these may seem tempting, this kind of treatment has a high relapse rate. We highly recommend you go through a 28-day programme at Cassiobury Court, as it means you can undergo our excellent rehab programme.
Rehab at Cassiobury Court includes both traditional and holistic treatments, and our aim is to give you the tools you need to stay sober once you leave us. You’ll go through individual therapy where you can discover the causes of your addiction, and what causes you to use drugs or alcohol. Sessions of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can help you learn how to spot the signs of a relapse and learn to be happy without turning to substance abuse, while our group therapy sessions give you a chance to talk through your experiences.
Learning something new
Education is an important part of drug and alcohol rehab in Mayfair. Not only do you learn about your own addiction at Cassiobury Court, but also take workshops on the harms that alcohol and drugs can do to your body, and how you can stay sober in the long term.
While you stay with us, you can try treatments such as art and music therapy, which can help you find a new hobby to keep you busy when you leave rehab. We work on helping you turn your life around, whether it’s career support, finding voluntary work, or patching up relationships with estranged loved ones. We help you set goals and find ways to achieve them.
If you complete your 28-days with us, you’ll get a year of free aftercare, which helps you stay on track. These weekly support groups are an excellent way to share your experiences and struggles during the first 12 months post-rehab, which is when you’re most likely to relapse. It’s not always easy to stay sober, but if you complete our programme and aftercare, you have an excellent chance of success.
Some people come to the end of their 28 days and feel like they need extra support. We can arrange for extended aftercare, for example, extra therapy sessions, family therapy, or other treatments that you find beneficial. We may also suggest that you join local 12-step groups, who can help people stay in the long term, and help you keep track of how long you’ve been off drugs or alcohol.