If you suffer from alcoholism, you may view long-term sobriety as an unachievable goal. Whilst it is difficult to rid yourself of alcohol, it’s certainly not impossible. It’s also true that achieving long-term sobriety is hard work, and for many, this road will be fraught with setbacks and relapse.
To avoid this rocky road to sobriety, get in touch with Rehab 4 Alcoholism today. In Warwickshire, Rehab 4 Alcoholism has established relationships with literally hundreds of treatment facilities. These facilities range from charities, private clinics and the NHS. Each of these treatment facilities offers specific advantages. To ensure you select the facility that’s right for you, contact Rehab 4 Alcoholism today.
When you contact us, we carry out an assessment over the telephone. This assessment allows us to match your needs with the most suitable treatment provider in Warwickshire. Selecting the wrong treatment provider may be costly in terms of time and money, so don’t take the risk of selecting the wrong treatment provider by contacting us today on 0800 111 4108.
When you attend a Warwickshire treatment facility, you will benefit from a tailored treatment plan. Each detox and rehabilitation plan will differ for each resident. This avoids generic treatment that’s highly unlikely to suit your needs.
When you attend the treatment facility, you will benefit from a tailored therapy plan. In therapy sessions, you will uncover the psychological reasons for your addiction. Often, addiction is caused by traumatic events that happened to you in the past. Therapy sessions aim to allow you to process these negative emotions without resorting to alcohol consumption.
Even the initial detox programme is tailored to your needs. For instance, the detox programme will differ in length and severity depending on how developed your addiction to alcohol may be. Long-term problem drinkers will require much more care during the detox process compared to an individual who has suffered from alcoholism for perhaps a few months.
Following the completion of the detox process, you will generally begin to attend group counselling sessions. Again, these counselling sessions are tailored to your needs. For instance, if you suffer from social anxiety, or if your addiction is caused by a sexually traumatic experience, you will begin counselling by attending individual therapy sessions, and then slowly merge into group counselling as your confidence begins to rise. All group counselling sessions are therapist-led and you may choose to reveal as much or as little about your addiction as you wish. You will not be pressurised to actively particulate in the group and you may simply listen and absorb information shared by your peers.
In addition to more traditional forms of talking therapies, you will also benefit from a range of complementary therapies. These include holistic therapies, workshops and art therapy/music therapy. You will also be encouraged to take part in 12-step meetings at least twice a week. This is optional, and the focus of treatment is not solely based on the 12-steps.
Following the completion of your treatment, it’s essential for you to reintegrate with society and with your immediate community. To provide an essential safety mechanism, you will also benefit from aftercare sessions. These sessions allow you to fight off the urge to relapse following the completion of your residential rehab programme. Long-term recovery is only attained through months and even years of abstinence. Attending aftercare sessions and local support group meetings allow you to achieve this goal over the long term.
Local support groups are typically run by organisations such as SMART Recovery or Alcoholics Anonymous. These groups provide you with peer support from people who have experienced life in early recovery and succeeded. If you feel only a step away from relapsing, you may call upon the support offered by these groups in ensuring relapse does not actually occur.
For more information on addiction services we offer in Warwickshire, contact us today on 0800 111 4108. Alternatively, contact us through this website and we shall ensure your call for help is dealt with professionally and promptly. All of our call handlers are recovering alcoholics, so we understand how you may be feeling when you first call out for help. We treat every caller with absolute compassion. We sincerely look forward to assisting you through this troublesome time.