We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Sparkbrook

Published by Raffa Bari

If you’re based in Sparkbrook, you’ll have a number of treatment options to consider. Each will provide exposure to addiction treatment and professional support. Yet depending on your needs and addiction type, the effects of such exposure will vary.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Sparkbrook

Not only is a drug and alcohol addiction a physically impactful disorder, but it also affects the mind, emotions, and behaviours.

Physical tolerances can develop through excessive consumption, making it very difficult for the body to operate without drugs and alcohol. If consumption reduces or comes to a halt, withdrawal symptoms can show, which can be difficult to manoeuvre around for an addict. Alongside physical impacts, psychological and behavioural changes are common, impacting emotional responses.

Reasonably, detoxing from drugs and alcohol will help to restore the body. Yet to also heal the mind and readjust behaviours, a wide variety of treatments, therapies and management tools will need to be fulfilled.

Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Sparkbrook, the right combination and level of addiction treatments will be available. Delivered through tailored recovery plans, at Cassiobury Court, we provide the right setting, level of support and person-centred services to treat addiction.

Work towards a fulfilled life, on a post-rehab basis, by completing the most effective and comprehensive programme of addiction treatment. Contact us on 0800 001 4070 for advice and guidance, available 24/7.


Addiction treatment in Sparkbrook

Detoxing from drugs and alcohol will not be enough to treat an addiction. Whilst withdrawing from drugs and alcohol will help to reduce cravings, the mind will remain under the control of such substances, increasing the risks of relapse.

Not only does an addiction adapt how the body functions, but it also disrupts the brain’s normal processes and structures. Habits can become embedded in the mind, controlling all choices, actions, emotions, and responses. Whilst under the control of drugs and alcohol, it can be challenging to break the cycle and opt for sobriety. An addiction can be learnt, impacting the part of the brain which controls memory, recall and satisfaction. Drug and alcohol exposure to an addict can be recalled, memorised, and chosen for their rewards.

Therapy, management tools, education and planning are all necessary, alongside detoxification to recover from an addiction. Addiction treatments, alongside additional services to improve quality of life should be combined to create a comprehensive recovery process.

Available to complete locally via a drug and alcohol rehab in Sparkbrook, working through the other side of addiction is realistic here at Cassiobury Court.


How does private rehab work?

Private rehab services are accredited, intimate, and professionally facilitated. Motivating addiction recovery, a structure of evidence-based treatment services are available to complete with the assistance of leading therapists and medical teams.

Personal needs and gauged through rehab, along with assessing wellbeing and behaviours. Through the admissions process, individual causes and triggers of drug and alcohol abuse are also assessed. With a plan in place to treat individual experiences with drugs and alcohol, rehab recommends the most suitable treatments and recovery methods.

Following a holistic approach, our services and programmes at Cassiobury Court are person-centred. We care about our clients, offer tailored recovery plans, and provide support for all parties to recover from the burden of addiction.

Via a drug and alcohol rehab in Sparkbrook, the proactiveness and effectiveness of private rehab can be experienced. Offering residential rehab programmes, you’ll have the chance to work through a 28-day stay, full of treatments, tools, and management plans. Also boasting a safe and comfortable setting, a positive experience can be expected through inpatient rehab.

Similar support and recovery steps can be experienced through the NHS, classed as outpatient treatment. Yet services are found to be less efficient, carrying over 3-6-months, which can be a long time for an addict, and their loved ones to wait through.

Imminent access can instead be experienced through private rehab, providing all the tools and treatments to recover.


What happens during rehab?

Rehab is personalised, yet also has some necessary phases to work through. Each phase is very important and should be completed by all clients. Together they help to detox the body, restore the mind, and prepare clients for sobriety and the adjustments that come with it.

Through private rehab, all sessions are facilitated by the best therapists in the industry, helping to motivate a safe and progressive recovery process. 24/7 observations, regular assessments and a handheld approach will be followed throughout inpatient private rehab.

By checking into a drug and alcohol rehab in Sparkbrook, the first phase of detoxification will begin. Helping to safely eliminate drugs and alcohol, a drug detox or alcohol detox will take place. Withdrawal symptoms can be worked through whilst battling personal tolerances and cravings.

The second phase focuses on psychological recovery, by understanding and adapting behaviours.  Addiction therapy sessions are mostly offered through this phase of rehab, along with some management tools and recovery techniques.

Holistic therapies help to promote the third phase of rehab, in place to motivate all-round recovery. Various therapies will be recommended to improve mental health, quality of life and the sustainability of wellbeing.

The final key phase of private rehab helps our clients adjust to sobriety, by changing their outlooks, lifestyle choices and coping strategies. Relapse prevention sessions, aftercare services, and 12-step plans are included to motivate such changes.

Each rehab phase is imperative yet will be personalised with various services and tools. Treating individual symptoms and triggers, whilst accommodating personal circumstances and lifestyle choices is very important, possible through a personalised rehab offering.

A person-centred programme can be completed via a CQC private rehab here at Cassiobury Court.


Treatment and therapy options

A wide range of treatments and therapies can be experienced through private rehab. We promote psychological, well-being, social and holistic therapies, to work alongside detoxification. Together they help to heal the body and mind, offer forms of coping and support with long-term recovery.

Psychological treatments and therapies on offer:

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy
  • Stress management
  • Group therapy
  • Mental health treatments
  • Family therapy and intervention
  • Motivational interviewing
  • Aftercare 12-step plans
  • Relapse prevention
  • Support groups


Well-being treatments and therapies on offer:

  • Mindfulness and body scan
  • Acu-detox
  • Therapeutic art and music therapies
  • Nutritional therapy
  • Sleep management


Social treatments and therapies on offer:

  • Family visits
  • Team building activities
  • Social events and gatherings
  • Hobbies
  • Exposure therapy


Holistic treatments and therapies on offer:

  • Meditation
  • Self-help
  • Mindfulness
  • Reiki


How long is private rehab?

By residing in a private rehab, a proactive 28-day programme can be completed. Full commitment will be required to condense the rehab process into a 4-week inpatient timeline.

For each client, the timeline of rehab will differ. Some clients will benefit from a longer inpatient rehab programme, to access further treatment for associated problems. For most, a proactive rehab process will be arrangeable and realistic.

A 6-month process can be expected by selecting outpatient treatment via the NHS. As it’s a longer process, it can be difficult for some people to commit to and remain motivated through.


Cost of rehab

Private rehab must be paid for, which will be dictated by the amount, length, and strength of addiction treatment that’s completed. At Cassiobury Court we however follow individual budgets to make sure that private rehab is affordable.

Understandably, outpatient treatments can come across as more attractive, as it’s free. Yet lacking many benefits of private rehab, our clients instead opt for inpatient proactive programmes and their expected success rates.


How to find a drug and alcohol rehab in Sparkbrook?

Recovering in Sparkbrook is possible through private rehab. Complete the admissions process today to share your needs and access a suitably formed rehab programme.

Reach out to attend a drug and alcohol rehab in Sparkbrook or for further insight into our treatment programmes.

We also offer help for drug and alcohol addiction in various parts of Birmingham, including Soho, Northfield, Hampstead and more.


1. How is addiction treated? An addiction is a treatable condition whilst working through various detoxification and rehabilitation methods. Both are very important as detoxing helps the body and rehabilitation helps the mind. The type of treatments that help to promote physical and psychological recovery include drug/alcohol detox, cognitive behavioural therapy, group therapy, relapse prevention planning and aftercare. Exact treatments will be recommended on admission here at Cassiobury Court, as our programmes are individually centred.

Alcohol is a depressant, which helps to slow internal processes down. It disrupts normal functionality, meaning that messages between the body and brain become delayed and distorted. Over time, those disruptions can lead to mental vulnerabilities, making it difficult to process information rationally, causing an imbalance and making it challenging to digest emotions. Alcohol abuse can lead to many mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety and can also worsen pre-existing vulnerabilities.

Addiction support groups are very important, especially throughout aftercare. Support groups, such as Narcotics Anonymous offer a safe place and a community for recovering addicts to rely on. They help to increase accountability, they offer support for loved ones, and they help to ease many obstacles linked to sobriety and its newness. Support groups are promoted through private rehab, available on an aftercare basis.

Raffa Bari

Raffa Bari - Author

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.

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