Rehab 4 Addiction

Set in peaceful and calming surroundings by the River Tees, the Stockton-on-Tees drug and alcohol rehab centre offers the ideal location for recovery.

Country or riverside strolls are on your doorstep, so you can make the most of this quiet time to reflect. Guests are encouraged to stay active, both in body and mind, and you will be guided by the expert staff throughout your time here.

With proactive counselling and support, you can rebuild both, focusing on what truly inspires you and grounds you in the present.

Treatment Approach

This drug and alcohol rehab facility in Stockton-on-Tees uses a holistic approach. This practice means you will be given a treatment plan that encompasses much more than just your physical withdrawal symptoms. The focus on your mind and spirit is just as important as your bodily recovery, and this is shown in all treatments offered at the centre.

When you first arrive, you will receive a full medical detox, where you are supervised by the experienced staff, including doctors, therapists, counsellors, psychiatric nurses and consultant psychiatrists. You are in good hands and our prime focus is to make you feel safe and secure on the road to recovery.

Withdrawal symptoms are a challenging aspect of the recovery process. The medical detox utilises carefully selected medicines to make the process less painful, by easing symptoms and regulating the physical effects on the body.

Detox without medication is not recommended, for this reason, and this period normally only lasts for your first week. Once this initial phase is complete, you can rebuild yourself as a sober individual and focus on recovery through counselling and exercise.

What Treatment is Available in the Stockton-on-Tees Rehab Clinic?

The Stockton-on-Tees Rehab Centre specialises in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which is a practice recognised by the NHS and other governing health bodies as the most effective way of tackling addiction.

CBT is a method which helps you to deal with destructive thoughts and uncomfortable feelings, by changing the way that you think and breaking those harmful thought patterns. It is based on the idea that thoughts influence behaviours, so by changing thoughts you can change behaviours.

The goal of using CBT in treating addiction is that by changing your thoughts, you no longer trigger your addictive and self-destructive behaviours. By building new and healthy thought patterns, as well as a more positive self-image, you have better coping mechanisms for dealing with addiction.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is central to dealing with the emotional and mental sides of addiction. However, at Stockton-on-Tees rehab, we also place great focus on the physical aspects of recovery.

Extensive research has shown the body and mind to be inextricably linked, therefore, when you feel good in yourself your mind tends to feel good too. An active lifestyle means you release more hormones and stress from your body, and it frees up your mind from it too.

The Stockton-on-Tees rehab centre encourages guests to engage in a fitness regime, with a gym nearby and yoga sessions available. Yoga is especially good at linking the mind with the body and offering relaxation techniques through measured breathing. More therapy is available, including anger management, depending on your needs.

FAQs About Stockton-on-Tees Rehab

How long do clients stay at the centre?

This comes down to your personal recovery path. Most clients end up staying for a full recovery program, which normally takes between one and three months. The decision can be made during your stay, depending on your motivation and when counsellors think you are ready to head home.

Can I use my phone in the Stockton-on-Tees centre?

In short, yes. The centre allows clients to use their phones when relaxing in the evenings, and also offers WiFi. However, the client must feel that is doesn’t interfere with their recovery.

Phone use is discouraged in the first week when the focus on recovery is the main priority. The Stockton-on-Tees centre understands the importance of keeping in touch with friends and family throughout your stay.

What happens post-rehab?

All of our detox options are provided with Aftercare programmes, because recovery goes beyond the medical detox and physical dependency on alcohol or drugs.

Our Aftercare programs are offered at a location within easy reach of your home. They are an important part of the recovery process, helping to prevent relapse by maintaining the positive coping mechanisms learnt during treatment.

If you are unable to travel, we offer our clients one-to-one counselling, REBT, CBT, and other therapies via Skype or phone call. This can be arranged, allowing you to more flexibly blend treatment with other commitments.

Will I need on-going care?

Relapse can happen after a period of abstinence. Due to the sudden nature of a relapse, access to immediate support can save lives and help prevent a relapse.

Addiction is a disease, and due to it affecting the central nervous system, the risk of relapse remains possible even after a successful residential rehabilitation.

The period with the highest risk of relapse is the first year after treatment is completed. During this time it is important that clients seek ongoing treatment.

Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous Meetings can be helpful to individuals, especially those aiming for absistence rather than moderate use.

Contact us today to find out the locations of our local centres, so you can receive the necessary treatment on a regular basis from home. Our experts can help treat addictions including gambling, alcohol, prescription drug and cocaine addiction.

Contact Us

You have taken the first step towards recovery. Contact us now for immediate assistance and admission to our clinic in Stockton-on-Tees. Call us on 0800 140 4690, or contact us via the online enquiry form for more information about drug and alcohol rehab in Stockton-on-Tees.

We can offer advice on how to get alcohol and drug treatment and run you through the services we can offer you. Please reach out if you or a loved one are suffering from addiction, so we can offer you the support you need.

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