Residential Alcohol Rehab

Residential Alcohol RehabWhen entering treatment for alcohol addiction in a residential alcohol rehab facility, you will be welcomed by a team member who will assess your health before your treatment commences.

In most residential alcohol rehabs, you will also be met the medical team, therapeutic team and your personal key worker who will be looking after you during your stay and organizing your aftercare plan. It is at the admission point (if we have not assessed you over the telephone at an earlier point) that you will tell us about any medications you are currently taking and details such as the dosage and frequency in which they are administered. To ensure you arrive prepared and have knowledge of what to expect, it is advisable (if not already discussed) to enquire with the residential rehab you are attending.

Residential alcohol rehab describes an alcohol treatment programme, including specific therapies that are provided in a residential setting, usually a private country house. Most rehabs encourage client’s recoveries to be abstinence-based, and they will provide an intense programme of support and care that will teach the individual how to live a sober life.

Some residential alcohol rehabs provide their treatment in various stages and also treat other conditions, such as drug addiction, eating disorders, trauma, Obsessive-compulsive disorder, (OCD), depression, anxiety, mood disorders and anger issues.

All the residential alcohol rehabs that we recommend are of high quality, evidenced by great feedback received by ourselves due to their professional, cost-effective and compassionate manner.

At our recommended residential alcohol rehabs, you can expect to find therapies such as:

  • Medically supervised detoxification for drug and alcohol addictions
  • Minnesota Model 12-Step approach
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)
  • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)
  • Family therapy
  • Aftercare support
  • Aftercare planning
  • One-to-one counselling
  • One-to-one psychotherapy
  • Dietary advice by a trained dietitian
  • Heart math (relaxation techniques)
  • Stress management
  • Holistic therapies such as Reiki, massage etc

It has been our experience that this integrated approach helps our clients to maintain and sustain their long-term sobriety, bringing them a much higher quality of life.

For further information contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable team members for an informal, confidential conversation.

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