We have treatment centres for Drug and Alcohol Rehab if you live in Dublin!
At Rehab Clinics Group, we specialise in substance abuse and have supported hundreds of individuals around the UK to achieve their personal recovery and focus on their mental health. We work tirelessly to rebuild people’s lives and get to the core of a drug or alcohol addiction. There are so many treatment centres to offer treatment options so you might be wondering why you should specifically choose us.
Reasons To Use Rehab Clinics Group For Drug Or Alcohol Abuse
We only hire supportive staff who are trained in their specific fields, because tackling addictions requires a medical and psychological background. Many of the staff who work at Rehab Clinics Group also have a personal history of drug and alcohol abuse, so they can relate to your circumstances and guide you to a healthier and happier route. Our team work hard to treat everyone with kindness, privacy, dignity and respect so that you feel comfortable and safe in your new environment. Above everything, we offer everyone physical and mental treatment to combat any health problem.
Unlike some other rehab clinics, we regularly have therapists and specialists visit our clinics to offer a wide range of services alongside your drug treatment. This includes specialist counsellors, art and music therapists, holistic therapists and more to engage in alongside your treatment program to aid your recovery. We’re dedicated to constantly improving our medical advice and we’ll go above and beyond to see that you welcome sobriety under our care.
Seeking Treatment in Dublin
If you’re based in Dublin, we recommend seeking a rehab clinic away from home so that you have a chance to refresh and reset while not being under the influence of your previous triggers. If you stick to what and where you know, you’ll continue with the same habits and not control your drug or alcohol addiction. Our clinics are an excellent choice as they offer private treatment services along with quality accommodation and life-changing treatment programmes to help you life a drug and alcohol-free life.
Right now in your life, it might seem like there’s no way out of beating an addiction. Before and during your stay with us, the staff will gather essential details and information about your health, addiction and general life.
This assessment stage is important for collating all the information needed to create a full recovery plan that is personal to you. This recovery action plan will be a huge portion of your addiction treatment and will focus on the psychology, emotion and psychical parts of your life – aside from solely focusing on your addiction. We appreciate that addictions are formed from a cause, so it’s important that we identify this cause.
You’ll also be assigned an addiction counsellor in conjunction with group therapy to help improve and rebuild every aspect of your addiction. Your addiction counsellor has many duties to fulfil and one of them is to research support groups in your area so you can be surrounded by people experiencing the same emotional turmoil as you. Your personal counsellor will also provide a safe and open environment for you to talk about anything on your chest to aid your recovery process. Perhaps you’ve had a good day or maybe you’re working tirelessly to avoid relapse. No matter your reason for talking, it’s critical that you open up to your addiction counsellor and work with them to move you closer to sobriety.
How Do I Know If I’m Addicted To Drugs & Alcohol?
Before seeking rehab treatment, you might be pondering over this question: Am I actually addicted to substances? Thankfully there are many symptoms to be aware of which can help you answer this question. There’s no specific figure which can determine if you’re addicted to drugs and alcohol. Instead, an addicted is defined as substance abuse which has massively interfered with your daily life, routine, health, personal situation and relationships.
First, someone addicted to drugs and alcohol might feel a huge loss of control over using this substance. That means you’ll find it harder to stop once you start or perhaps you’ll find it difficult to say no in the first place. You might neglect activities in your life which you once engaged in. This might mean you cancel plans to use your chosen substance instead. Or perhaps you don’t have the desire or energy to socialise like you once did. Obtaining the drugs might be difficult (for financial and accessibility reasons), but more often than not, you’ll find a way to get your substance. This might mean cancelling important plans with loves ones, stealing from family or lying to people you care about to get it.
Despite any negative consequences, you’ll continue using your substance. For example, if your loved one is hurt that you choose drugs over them, you won’t consider their needs and desires, but will stay focused to your addiction. You’ll begin to lie to others (and yourself) about the amount of drugs or alcohol you consume. Fiddling with the truth helps to deter people who suspect you’re an addict and you might even make up reasons to borrow money so you can obtain your drugs.
I know we’ve talked heavily about the emotional and psychological side of an addiction, but there are psychical ones too. For example, you might notice that you become psychically dependent on the substance just a few hours after taking it. These withdrawal symptoms vary and can include sweats, dehydration, mood swings, restlessness, insomnia, depression and more.
Don’t hide in silence. If you or someone you know is suffering from drug and alcohol abuse, give us a call on 03301 596 494 for more information about our treatment programmes and how we can help you.