We have treatment centres for drug and alcohol rehab in Uxbridge

Published by Raffa Bari

If you’re based in Uxbridge, 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 Uxbridge

To achieve long-term recovery from drug and alcohol problems, you’ll need to remove your physical and psychological dependence on these substances. It’s important to not feel disheartened if you’ve experienced failed attempts at recovery from substance abuse before. Your motivation and commitment to drug and alcohol rehab are key; unless you’ve received professional help from a recognised rehab clinic, then you’re unlikely to fully achieve your desired long-term recovery.

Attempts at recovery without the support of a treatment centre can be dangerous as well as ineffective. You’ll be putting yourself at unnecessary risk, particularly when undergoing a drug or alcohol detox as withdrawal symptoms are likely to present themselves. These could include severe symptoms of seizures, delirium tremens, or insomnia, in addition to the more common withdrawal symptoms of nausea, headaches and dizziness.

Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment

You’ll likely begin your search for addiction treatment online where you’ll find a whole host of treatment services which can be quite overwhelming. To help you understand what you’re looking for, we’ve broken these treatment options down to inpatient treatment and outpatient treatment.

Inpatient treatment is the same as residential treatment. This is where you stay overnight at our rehab clinic for the duration of your residential rehab. In comparison, outpatient treatment requires you to visit our rehab clinic each day to receive your addiction treatment, but you return home each evening. Both of these treatment options have their own advantages and disadvantages but it’s really about what works best for your personal circumstances and your own drug and alcohol problems.

In our experience, we’ve seen a higher rate of successful long-term recovery with those who have undergone residential rehab as opposed to those who receive outpatient treatment. This is likely because when you’re staying overnight within such a recovery-focused environment, surrounded by support workers, you’ll benefit from constant motivation to achieve your goals and will be less prone to relapsing.

Staying at home and receiving outpatient treatment in Uxbridge may sound appealing, but can also bring it’s own challenges. If your home environment isn’t focused on rehabilitation or has negative influences, then you’ll find it more difficult to overcome your battle with substance abuse.

Range of Therapies available at Cassiobury Court

Our excellent team at our drug and alcohol rehab Uxbridge will take the time to get to know each individual so that we can personalise each treatment programme. This personalisation will determine which addiction therapies will benefit you most; these are the ones that will be included in your treatment programme.

Each person will receive a well-balanced treatment programme including psychological and well-being therapies in addition to a drug or alcohol detoxification. Our range of psychological therapies includes cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), stress management, relapse prevention, psychotherapy, and counselling. These psychological therapies complement our well-being therapies which include relaxation and sleep management, music therapy, fitness therapy, low-level laser therapy, art therapy, nutritional supplement therapy, yoga, and mindfulness.

We recommend the majority of our clients receive a drug and alcohol detoxification to remove their physical dependence on the substance. It’s crucial that detox is only undertaken with the supervision of medical experts, otherwise, you’re putting yourself at high risk of danger and a failed attempt at detoxification.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment

You may be suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction in addition to mental health issues; this is fairly common and is usually referred to as a dual diagnosis. A dual diagnosis can occur when a person with mental health issues turns to drug or alcohol as a way to cope with their mental health, or vice versa, someone is suffering from drug and alcohol problems that are so severe, they damage their mental health.

Drug and alcohol addiction and mental health issues are closely connected. Our excellent team are very knowledgeable and prepared to support your mental health in addition to your alcohol or drug rehabilitation. Contact us today for addiction help in London.

We’ve worked hard to ensure our admissions process is as smooth and discrete as possible. We aim to make you feel comfortable and can assure you we’ve heard it all before so please don’t feel embarrassed or ashamed about asking for help; it’s an extremely brave thing to do. Once you’ve contacted our admissions team, we can talk through the various treatment options and arrange a pre-screening assessment so that we can get to know you better and understand which therapies will benefit you most. Once you’re happy to proceed, together we will decide on a date for you to join our drug and alcohol rehab Uxbridge and commence your addiction treatment.

Cognitive behavioural therapy, or CBT, is a popular talking therapy that can help to manage problems by changing the way that people think and behave. It’s most frequently used to treat depression and anxiety but can also be highly effective in addiction treatment. CBT allows you to work with your therapist to break down your problems and analyse the areas which you need to work on. You’ll then be able to work out how to change any unhelpful thoughts and behaviours that you don’t want to continue with. The end goal of CBT is to help you apply the skills you have learnt during treatment to your daily life and support your long-term recovery from drug and alcohol problems.

The length of your addiction treatment will be dependent on your own personal circumstances and on the severity of your drug and alcohol problems. Naturally, people with more mild addictions won’t need to receive treatment for as long as those with more severe addictions. Generally speaking, an addiction treatment programme in residential rehab can take up to 28 days, but this duration is flexible. However, once you’ve completed your time at our drug and alcohol rehab Uxbridge, you’ll go on to continue your rehabilitation at home.

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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