Drug and Alcohol Rehab Rednal
To help you make the best decision for yourself, our admissions team are always available to talk through the treatment options available to you in addition to the information provided here.
One of the biggest decisions you’ll need to make is whether you’ll undergo outpatient treatment or inpatient treatment. There is a big difference between these two treatment options, as an outpatient, you remain at home whilst visiting our drug and alcohol rehab Rednal each day for your therapy sessions.
In comparison, as an inpatient, you’ll stay overnight at our rehab centre throughout your addiction treatment plan. Which one you choose is entirely dependent on your own circumstances and the severity of your addiction. They both have their own advantages and disadvantages, although studies have shown inpatient treatment to produce more effective long-term recoveries.
Drug and Alcohol Therapy Options
Drug and alcohol addiction affects people in many different ways, this means that some treatment options might work well for you, or they might not impact your recovery at all. This is why it’s so important to offer a wide range of therapy options at our drug and alcohol rehab Rednal.
Depending on your personal circumstances and the severity of your addiction, you may require specific guidance or therapies to help you overcome your addiction in the most effective way.
Each person who walks through our doors will receive a completely personalised addiction treatment programme, featuring a mixture of psychological and well-being therapies in addition to detox.
Our fantastic team of recovery workers will work with you to design the most beneficial rehab programme for your specific needs by assessing your addiction and your well-being, both physically and psychologically.
As we welcome you into our treatment centre, we’ll ensure you’re settled in and familiar with your surroundings before starting your rehabilitation. We typically begin with a drug or alcohol detox as this is an essential tool in gradually reducing your consumption of alcohol or drugs whilst in a safe environment.
We appreciate that going through detox can be an uncomfortable experience as withdrawal symptoms are likely to present themselves, but rest assured, with our excellent team and addiction knowledge, you’ll be in the safest place with us.
Once you’ve begun your drug or alcohol detox, we can look at the rest of your therapy options which focus on breaking your psychological connection to the substance and improving your general well-being.
Some of the psychological therapies we frequently deliver include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), individual, group, or family counselling, relapse prevention, stress management, motivational interviewing, and dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT).
It’s also important to ensure your general well-being is taken care of throughout your rehabilitation, so we also deliver art workshops, fitness therapy, mindfulness, yoga, relaxation and sleep management, nutritional supplement therapy, low level laser therapy, and music therapy.
Taking care of your Mental Health
Ensuring that your mental health is taken care of is always important, but particularly important when you’re suffering from the impact of drug and alcohol addiction. Our recovery workers will prioritise your mental health within your treatment plan, guiding and supporting you every step of the way along your road to recovery.
Our team is comprised of doctors, nurses, therapists, psychologists, and support services, who work endlessly to provide you with an effective addiction recovery experience that you will continue at home.
We’re also very experienced in treating people with a dual diagnosis, so please don’t feel as though you can’t come to us if you’re suffering from both an addiction to alcohol or drugs and mental health problems; this is what we refer to as a dual diagnosis.
This can occur when someone who has mental health problems resorts to drinking or drug-taking as a way to cope with their psychological pain, or vice versa, when a person who suffers from a drug or alcohol addiction develops mental health problems as a result of their substance abuse.
Some drug and alcohol treatments offer short term results to promote change in your behaviour, whereas others offer long-term effects such as planning for relapse prevention. Our drug and alcohol rehab in Rednal will help you for the future by providing you with the tools, coping strategies and knowledge to overcome your addiction.
We want all of our clients to achieve a long-term recovery from drug and alcohol addiction, aftercare is a crucial part of this. It may feel like a huge challenge to continue your recovery at home after completing your rehab treatment, but with our support and expertise, we can provide you with the essential tools and necessary advice to keep you going along your road to recovery and remain motivated. We’ll provide you with 12 months of free aftercare inclusive of dedicated helplines and ongoing therapy sessions such as cognitive behavioural therapy or counselling.
We have a simple and quick admissions process at our drug and alcohol rehab in Rednal. You’ll first need to speak to our admissions team who can answer any questions you may have about our addiction recovery process and advise on the next steps for you. If you’re happy to proceed, we will invite you to a pre-screening assessment to help us understand your addiction to alcohol or drugs in more detail and to assess you both physically and psychologically. We aim to welcome you into our rehabilitation centre within 48 hours of your initial contact so that you can begin your rehab programme as soon as possible.