We have treatment centres for alcohol rehab in Dulwich
Various treatments, therapies and processes must be worked through in order to recover from a drug and alcohol addiction. The most recognised treatment of the rehab process is detoxification, as it helps clients withdraw from addictive substances and their effects.
Whilst detoxing is important, there are many other treatments and therapies which also benefit addiction recovery. Designed to heal the mind, prevent relapse, and offer the tools to reach long-term recovery, the likes of cognitive behavioural therapy, relapse prevention and aftercare are invaluable services.
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Through private drug and alcohol rehab, tailored treatment programmes are offered, which we can help you encounter on an inpatient basis here at Rehab Clinics Group. Whilst alternative treatment can be found on the NHS, on an outpatient basis, success rates are usually lower, due to delays and inconsistencies.
Selecting to check into a private drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich will provide access to necessary addiction treatment services. Add-on services can also be expected, working to improve wellbeing and boost success rates.
Contact our team through our helpline on 0800 470 0382 to access private inpatient treatment.
Addiction help in Dulwich
Drugs and alcohol are recognised as extremely addictive stimuli. They cause changes to how the body and brain function, making them challenging substances to break away from.
Over time, the body and brain will adjust to the presence of drugs and alcohol. Those adjustments will show how imperative ongoing consumption is, to fulfil urges, cravings, and internal needs.
To break away from drugs and alcohol, on physical and psychological levels, withdrawal, and rehabilitation are imperative. Through a detoxification process and various treatments and therapies, breaking the cycle can be possible.
Encouraged with professional addiction help, treatment plans can be worked through to safely detox and progress towards sobriety. Via a private drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich, plans will be tailored to your individual needs and ready to begin as soon as you’re prepared.
How does rehab work?
Rehab works by combining a wide range of addiction treatment options and recovery tools. It offers a private platform which helps to inspire physical and psychological change and restore. Drug and alcohol rehab programmes are also designed to promote recovery, along with improving mental health and overall wellbeing.
Two different treatment programme types can be encountered through rehab, helping to accommodate individual needs. Inpatient treatment is offered through private rehab, favoured for it’s around the clock care and access to supportive rehabilitation facilities. Checking into a private drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich will be possible, over a 4-week timeframe.
Outpatient treatment is also available, offered and completed on the NHS. Organised over a number of months, treatment sessions can work alongside existing commitments.
Although outpatient treatment is convenient, it is less effective when matched against the pace, support, and life-changing services of residential rehab. Outpatient treatment is a much longer treatment plan, whereas inpatient treatment offers proactive changes, followed by aftercare and self-help.
What happens during rehab?
Drug and alcohol rehab experiences are personal. Treatment programmes are fully tailored through private rehab to cater to personal needs and circumstances. Whilst you can expect some clear differences between programmes, there are some necessary steps to the rehab process, which must be worked through.
Observed by specialist teams of medical professionals, psychiatrists and therapists, rehab programmes include various proven treatments and therapies. Effective programmes will encourage detoxification, rehabilitation, and long-term recovery.
Detoxification is the starting point of the rehab process. It’s recommended to reduce cravings, remove drugs and alcohol as influences, and withdraw the body. The process can be difficult due to withdrawal symptoms yet is manageable through private inpatient rehab and its comfortable environment.
Rehabilitation is found to follow, helping to heal the mind, unravel any negative habits, and address any mental health issues. It’s a step of the rehab process which offers access to individual, group, and holistic therapy sessions.
Self-help, aftercare services, and relapse prevention planning will also be promoted via a drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich. Offering awareness and education, long-term recovery can be planned for, for both clients and their loved ones.
Promoted to CQC standards, rehab is intimate, compassionate, and effective, providing professional help, to get better.
Treatments and therapies at Rehab Clinics Group
Post-withdrawal, rehabilitation is the next milestone to aim for through addiction treatment. Rehabilitation focuses on the mind and how the brain currently responds to drug and alcohol exposure.
Advancing through a wide range of management tools and therapy sessions, addiction treatment services help to adapt responses. Responses will begin to devalue drug and alcohol consumption and the outcomes that it produces. Sessions will educate our clients on the damages of substance abuse, whilst offering healthy habits and coping strategies, to avoid future relapse.
Educating is important, planning is also important to improve relapse prevention, and aftercare is important to provide a comprehensive recovery process. All can be expected, alongside holistic therapies, wellbeing activities and mental health treatments to improve health and lifestyle choices.
Treatments and therapies on offer at Rehab Clinics Group include:
- Cognitive behavioural therapy
- One-to-one therapy sessions
- PTSD therapy
- Dialectical behavioural therapy
- Family therapy
- Mental health treatments for dual diagnosis
- Group therapy and support groups
- Exposure therapy
- Motivational interviewing
- Social activities and tasks
- Educational sessions
- Relapse prevention planning
- Holistic therapies, such as mindfulness, nutritional therapy, and NAD+ therapy
- Stress management
- 12 months of free aftercare
How long is rehab?
The length of rehab can vary depending on personal needs and responses. Averagely, inpatient treatment is offered over a 4-week period yet is available for longer if need be. The average outpatient programme on the NHS can take 3-6-months to complete and benefit from, due to its slower pace.
The more time that can be dedicated to rehab, the stronger that addiction recovery rates will be. Staying away from drug and alcohol influences and breaking a habit-like cycle, for as long as possible, will naturally ease long-term recovery. We will assess your needs on admission to provide a feasible timeline, helping you plan for rehab and select the most proactive option in Dulwich.
Cost of rehab
Individual needs, location, rehab selections and the length of rehab can impact the cost of private rehab. Budgets can however be catered to, to make sure that private rehab is a feasible choice.
Inpatient rehab can cost between £3,000 to £10,000, all depending on location, specialism, and residential services that are on offer. Outpatient treatment is free yet takes longer to complete and is harder to secure, making it a difficult rehab programme to see out.
How to find a rehab in Aston?
Finding a private drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich will be possible here at Rehab Clinics Group. By reaching out, completing an assessment, and prioritising your needs, we can form a rehab programme for you via our group.
Cassiobury Court is our most convenient clinic to Dulwich, which is available for your admission into private rehab. If your budget, location, availability, and needs will be best served through our alternative rehab clinics, we can help you select from our group.
Reach out on 0800 470 0382 for more information on private rehab and how you can access treatment.
Is it safe to detox at home?Detoxing from drugs or alcohol can be tough. It’s important to bear in mind the physical and psychological challenges that come with withdrawing from addictive substances. Those challenges are defined as withdrawal symptoms and can be extremely difficult to overcome. Attempting to detox from home is therefore unsafe and discouraged. Manoeuvring around symptoms, without causing damage to your health and wellbeing will be very unlikely. Instead, a medically assisted detox process should be completed, offered through private inpatient rehab.
Does rehab work?Rehab is a successful process to work through as it’s designed to treat addiction and offer the tools to remain sober. It is however important to remember that all rehab clinics and programmes are different, as are client experiences. You can look to experience a successful rehab process by selecting the right rehab plans and services for your needs. With full commitment, success rates are also found to increase, as a client must be engaged and accepting of change. Drug and alcohol rehab is a starting point. It provides the tools to reach and remain sober. How you use those tools in the future will impact the success of rehab. Many find that rehab works, which you can too at Rehab Clinics Group.
How beneficial is residential rehab?Residential rehab is very beneficial as it offers an all-round experience. You can check into a drug and alcohol rehab in Dulwich and expect to receive around the clock care, access to vast treatment facilities, and a fully mapped out treatment programme. The greatest levels of privacy, discretion and confidence are found through inpatient treatment, promoted through private rehab as the most beneficial choice.