Article provided by: Scottsdale Recovery Center
A common misconception about substance rehabilitation is the fact that it only requires medication-based treatments and detox for it to be effective, but that’s false. At Scottsdale Recovery Center, we know it takes more than that, which is why we have created some of the most advanced long-term addiction recovery programs in the field.
How does the rehab treatment work?
A comprehensive and well-optimized rehabilitation program consists of several key phases:
Preliminary assessment – Our medical practitioners will investigate your clinical condition, building your medical profile while they collect all the necessary data about your addiction. The more we know about your health status, the better we can then optimize the treatment to meet your needs.
Medical detoxification – The detoxification process typically lasts two weeks, during which you will receive medication to cleanse your system of toxins, eliminate the withdrawal, and stabilize your mental functioning. Not all patients require detox, and we generally determine valid candidates during the preliminary assessment phase.
Dual-diagnosis treatment – Many addicts experience depression, PTSD, manic-depressive episodes, and other co-occurring disorders. We treat these issues extensively during our dual-diagnosis treatment, which will further support your recovery and stability long-term.
EMDR therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) – It is an advanced therapeutic procedure which deals with internalized emotional traumas. It represents a vital tool in dealing with some of the causes that may have contributed to the addiction itself.
Holistic treatment – Part of an experiential therapy which includes recreational programs and activities, like equine therapy, outdoor activities, meditation, life coaching, etc.
Lifetime therapy – We offer extensive counseling and aftercare support, helping you remain sober over the years. It is one of the core principles of our long-term addiction recovery programs.
Can I cure my addiction?
While there is no medical cure for addiction per se, yes, you can live a healthy, sober, drug-free life after the rehab. Our mission is not just to stabilize your condition and eliminate the withdrawal, but to help you take your life back as well. We want to see you regain your independence and happiness, and that depends on our team just as much as it depends on you.
To remain sober over the years, you must prepare yourself to make sacrifices. Since addiction is a chronic disease, based on compulsive behavior, it can always return, if you don’t have a relapse strategy in place. This includes:
- A healthier lifestyle (nutrition, workout routine, being socially active, working towards a career, healthier hobbies, etc.)
- Improved moral and personal values
- Making peace with your family and friends
- Avoiding social triggers (situations, social settings, people linked to your substance abuse problems, etc.)
Enter the rehab today!
Your best chance of overcoming your addiction is by joining our long-term addiction recovery programs today. Tomorrow it may already be too late, seeing how volatile and fast-progressing the disorder is. To prevent it from aggravating, you must contact our experts asap for urgent assessment, diagnosis, and treatment!
At Scottsdale Recovery Center, we guarantee the best results in the shortest amount of time. Your life is about to transform forever, and we are here to make sure it goes in the right direction.Long Term Addiction Recovery Programs
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