We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Teddington

Drug and alcohol addiction creates a number of repercussions. Whilst some people try to overcome the problem themselves, this is potentially dangerous due to the nature of withdrawal.

Public services are available, but with long waiting lists and a lack of world-renowned available therapies, it is not the best method. If you are seeking treatment for your drug or alcohol addiction in Teddington, the team at Cassiobury Court can help you.

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Drug and Alcohol Centres in Teddington

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We offer residential treatment that is close to the Teddington area.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Teddington

Private drug and alcohol rehab offers you a comprehensive plan that has exceptionally high success rates. Therefore it is a chosen method and preferred choice by experts.

Addiction is a disease, and can’t simply be fixed overnight. Rehab explores the deeper levels of mental health and seeks to rectify the trauma that has led to unhealthy lifestyle choices.

Addiction can lead to overdose and death if it is not treated accordingly. Reaching out sooner rather than later gives you the best chance of success. That is why, at Cassiobury Court you can trust us to have your best interests at heart.

 

What to Expect When Staying at Drug and Alcohol Rehab

We appreciate that every single person has their own story. At drug rehab, you will have access to incredible multidisciplinary teams that will tailor your treatments and therapies to suit you individually.

We not only treat your physical symptoms of addiction, but also the psychological and social consequences. Rehab will act as a refuge for you whilst you heal. In a luxury, warm and comfortable environment, you will feel safe and connected. You will never feel isolated in rehab.

You will have your own space, with 24/7 support. This support will allow you to feel confident and healthy in yourself again. Rehabilitation is created from a set programme that will be predetermined for your needs.

When you arrive, you will be welcomed, and you’ll begin the first phase of your treatment plan. All areas of your life will be taken care of, including your diet and physical needs and connection with friends and family. It’s a time to recuperate and re-energise.

This begins with drug or alcohol detox. In order to achieve sobriety, the first and most important step is detoxifying your body from the substance. Addiction is when tolerance has built up to a toxic substance, and therefore constantly craves more.

In order to remove this, you must enter a drug detox phase, which gradually weans you off the substance safely and effectively with minimal withdrawal symptoms. Any symptoms can be mitigated and controlled easily and are likely to be any of the following:

  • Tiredness/fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Mild flu-like symptoms
  • Insomnia
  • Anxiety

Once this phase is complete, you will begin the second phase, which combines counselling and psychotherapies together. This is a hands-on approach that tackles all elements of your mental health and will really get to the heart of the problem.

Therapy is aimed at the regeneration of the mind and therefore creating new thought processes and helping you deal with your damaging behavioural patterns. Some of the most common types of therapy include:

  • CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
  • Counselling (Family or Group)
  • Art Therapy
  • Yoga/Fitness Therapies

The third and final phase is reintegration and aftercare. These must be sensitively dealt with, because aftercare plans are often the cornerstone of long term sobriety.

We want every single person to feel as if they have support long after the programme has ended. That’s why we pride ourselves at Cassiobury Court on providing stellar aftercare.

Leaving rehab can feel daunting initially. However, knowing you have support and counselling in the months after, will give you a sense of community.

 

How Long Does a Detox Take?

Detox is the initial stage of rehabilitation which removes the toxins from the body. This means that the bloodstream is free from the drug, and the internal organs can heal. This process takes around 7 days to complete.

This phase is the shortest as it focuses solely on the physical element of addiction. Following detox, you will notice an immediate change in your mental health. Things will seem clearer in your mind, and you’ll be better equipped to begin your therapy sessions.

Rehabilitation lengths may vary from patient to patient. We work with you to create a bespoke programme to encapsulate everything. However, to break down times, the standard length of rehab is around 28 days.

However, this may be a little longer or shorter depending on some factors. Addiction recovery is a lifelong commitment. But private rehab gives you all the necessary tools, support and community to ensure that long term sobriety is achieved. You are more than capable, and we are ready to support you in your quest.

 

Aftercare Explained

Following preparation and action, you will then move on to the maintenance phase. An aftercare plan is a strategy that is set to continue your support long after rehab is complete.

When you reintegrate, you will already have a great set of tools and support in place to return to home, work or studies.

Aftercare focuses on maintaining your mental health to prevent relapse. With your welfare at the core of aftercare, you’ll have access to longer term communication. This may include follow up counselling sessions, or psychotherapy sessions.

It may simply include catch ups with your therapists, either face to face, or via Zoom. We want to make it easy for you to keep communication, whilst maintaining your independence at home. You are never alone when you leave rehab.

 

Contact Our Friendly Team

Reaching out to us is really easy. With a very simple admissions process, you can make the initial connection with a simple call.

Our friendly team will fully respect your wishes and offer you the best possible advice based on your symptoms. Get in touch with us today and see how we can help you Cassiobury Court.

Please feel free to schedule a callback or contact us on 0800 001 4070. We are always available to help you. It’s time to start your journey to health.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

There are lots of different warning signs that you may be developing an addiction, and no list will be definitive. The biggest red flags to look out for are if you find yourself constantly looking forward to or planning your next drink or hit, and if you find yourself feeling unwell or unusual if you haven’t had any alcohol or drugs. If you regularly find yourself drinking or using in secret, or feeling ashamed and trying to hide your consumption from friends and family, that may also be a sign that things are getting out of hand. Ultimately, if you find yourself truly worried that you may have developed an addiction, the chances are that there is a problem growing. The best thing to do is reach out for help and advice.

How much drug and alcohol rehabs cost are dependent on a few different factors such as the length of addiction treatment you choose whether you choose residential rehab or outpatient treatment, and if you choose to go private or with the NHS. At our drug and alcohol rehab Inverclyde, we have an excellent range of treatment options available at different budgets, so don’t let cost be a barrier to turning your life around once and for all.

Again, the duration of your treatment can vary depending on the severity of your addiction to alcohol or drugs and on your own personal circumstances. Studies have shown that the longer a person spends at a rehab clinic, the more likely they are to remain free from drug and alcohol addiction once they complete their programme.

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