Are you based in Thrapston and deliberating whether rehabilitation is right for you? If you’re unaware of the opportunities available in your local area, Rehab 4 Addiction can settle your mind that you’ve come to the right place.
Understanding the rehabilitation process is necessary before beginning your journey and here we’ll detail the treatment options available and how to go about taking the first step.
For many people, seeking professional help for an addiction can be daunting and new but we aim to alleviate any stresses of finding the right treatment option by offering tailored plans to every individual.
Our process is simple. We’ll have a five-minute chat about what it is you’re suffering with, how it may be affecting your daily life, any support networks you have in place and what treatment options you’d prefer.
Then we’ll get to work creating a specialised plan suited to your needs so you can feel confident you’re in safe hands.
It’s important to understand that drug & alcohol rehab is not just a one-time fix, but that sobriety is a lifelong journey you’ll need to commit to.
All of our highly trained professionals and therapy specialists are here to ease the beginning of that journey to help you feel ready when you go it alone post-rehabilitation.
Recognising that addiction is not solely physical but also a psychological disease will help you understand the underlying issues that may have been a catalyst in your downfall.
Working with our therapists in a number of different settings can bring out these problems and offer solutions to help you in the future.
Rehab 4 Addiction in Thrapston is here for those with all levels of addiction to reach a better quality of life and a brighter mindset.
Recovery is different for everyone, much like an addiction, but getting to know yourself, your triggers and the environments which perpetuate the problem are all keys to long-term recovery.
Simply finding yourself on this page shows that you have accepted and acknowledge that an addiction is present, and this is the first step you must take. But most importantly, you need to have full commitment to the process.
Our onboarding process is simple. Set aside five minutes of your time to chat to us about your addiction and how it may be affecting you.
We’ll explain our treatment options in more detail and get a better understanding of your preferences. Then we’ll get to work tailoring a rehabilitation programme specific to your needs.
We don’t want you to feel the added stress of figuring out which treatment is best for you or where you should go, and this is why we do the work for you. That way you can focus solely on reaching recovery in safe hands and with confidence, it will work and be long-lasting.
We know that that addiction is not just a physical problem, but a mental illness and that’s why we understand the importance of treating both the body and the mind.
To relieve stress, create a brighter mindset and let go of past struggles we offer a number of relaxing treatments. From acupuncture, light therapy and equine therapy to yoga, meditation and mindfulness practices – there is something for all.
But to begin with, all patients must expect to detox the body from the substance. Detoxing alone can be a scary task, one which many people try and fail to achieve alone before realising they need rehab.
At our drug & alcohol rehab in Thrapston, we have everything you need to ensure a safe detoxification process.
One of the main reasons going ‘cold turkey’ alone tends to fail is that withdrawal symptoms can take over and reach out for the drug is easier than enduring the pain. This is why we always recommend residential rehabilitation.
Being able to have staff on hand during these stressful times ensures you’re unable to relapse so easily and we can ease the withdrawal symptoms through prescribed medications.
The psychological side of addiction is the most important to treat if you’re looking for long-term recovery. You may have found yourself changing behaviours, avoiding social interactions, secluding yourself or feeling withdrawn.
All of which can have a knock-on effect in your daily life, familial settings and within the workplace. But all is not lost.
Getting to know yourself, the reasons behind your addiction and the places or people who may enable your addiction can help you to remove the addiction from the root.
Learning to rebuild or repair damaged relationships is also important in ensuring you leave our drug & alcohol rehab feeling ready for a new life and these can be resolved through talking therapies.
At Rehab 4 Addiction we offer a wide range of talking therapies to suit the needs of every patient. From support groups to cognitive behavioural therapy, our therapists are ready to help you change your mindset for the better.
These options are all explained to you during our initial assessments.
Oftentimes those who choose the group support therapy option find a stronger recovery due to the ongoing support. Listening to other peoples’ experiences and sharing your own can build a bond between the group which continues to grow post-rehab.
Having a fully formed support network outside of the drug & alcohol rehab in Thrapston means you can feel motivated for longer and have people to turn to who know exactly what you’re going through.
For others, opening up to a group of people can be daunting. That’s why we offer alternative therapies as well as one-on-one counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy.
Expressing yourself through art or music therapy are different mediums that can help reach the same goal in a different way. Whatever your preference, Rehab 4 Addiction is here to help you in the long run.
If you’ve already overcome the pivotal step of acceptance and you’re ready to commit to a lifelong journey of sobriety, we are here ready for you.
All we need from you is just five minutes of your time so we can get all the information necessary to tailor a plan specific to you.
Give us a call today on 0800 140 4690 to speak to one of our friendly staff and we’ll get you on the right path in no time.
We’re not here to simply help you get off the drug or alcohol but to change your life and ensure you live a better lifestyle overall.