Best Drug Rehabilitation offers a unique approach to addiction treatment that seeks to help patients develop a sense of responsibility for their own behaviors. This model of treatment is based on our belief that addiction and substance abuse are learned behaviors that can be remedied by the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach that addresses the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of addiction collectively for the most positive outcome. We believe that each individual has their own issues which have resulted in their addiction. Through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, we can help the patient understand these issues and change their lifestyle to one of sobriety and healthiness. The full benefits of this treatment regimen can be gained by entering the addict into our residential facility where they will develop recovery skills and reach their goal of returning to a productive and fulfilling life.
We also believe our clients should have the option of choosing their own path to recovery, and for this reason, we offer a carefully structured program that can be adapted to the individual’s specific needs or preferences. When clients feel that they aren’t just another number, but a respected individual, a seed of self-empowerment is planted, and it will continue to grow as they proceed through the program. Each component of our treatment is evidence based and designed to achieve a specific progression of goals for the client.
The major components of our rehabilitation program are as follows:
Individual Treatment Plan
Patients work with a primary counselor to ensure that his/her needs and expectations are properly assessed for their time during treatment. The client establishes a set of goals and objectives, and selects features of the program that they feel most receptive to. The client participates in the design of their treatment program 100 percent.
Individual and Group Counseling
Individual Counseling allows the patient to work on core issues which led to their addiction in a private one-on-one setting. Groups focus on addressing negative thought patterns, emotional distress, and behavioral problems that contributed to the addiction. In group counseling, the client receives the support and encouragement needed from their peers who are undergoing treatment.
Counselors allow patients to take part in formulating a plan for continued sobriety following completion of the program. The plan can include AA/NA involvement or other methods of relapse prevention.
Group Therapy, Education Sessions, and Lectures
Clients learn about how the chemicals in drugs or alcohol affect the mind and body and how this also affects all aspects of a person’s life in a negative way. Basic daily living skills are discussed and practiced to help prepare the person for reintegrating into society and to also assist in relapse prevention. The client is educated on how to handle stresses, which everyone faces in their daily life, without returning to their crutch of alcohol or drugs.
Lectures and groups are designed to provide clients with education, information, and resources that can be valuable tools for maintaining a sober lifestyle.
These groups are as follows:
Introduction to AA/NA and 12-Step Program
Educates clients about the history and basic components of the 12-steps that are proven resources for supporting sobriety. By providing continuing support and structure, self-help groups such as AA and NA serve to reduce rates of post-treatment relapse.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/Moral Reconation Therapy
This therapy approach is designed to rebuild self-image and help clients cultivate a positive attitude to aid in developing higher stages of cognitive reasoning. Clients discover talents and abilities they can cultivate for additional confidence enhancement to stay motivated and on the right track. They will now know that they have much more to offer society and their families.
Our Inventory Self-Discovery seeks to help clients come face-to-face with past experiences that influenced their current situation with substance abuse or addiction. These elements from the past often block the individual from realizing and enjoying their true potential in life. We help our patients deal with these past experiences so they can move on and start a new life free from addiction.
One of the biggest threats to a recovering addict is the chance of encountering a person or situation that might “trigger” the old cravings for drugs. We teach clients how to recognize and avoid falling victim to temptation. A “trigger” could be something as simple as walking past a bar or running into an old friend who you used to party with. We teach you how to avoid the awkwardness with these types of situations.
Relapse Prevention seeks to help clients realize that recovery is an ongoing process and that their success or failure is absolutely their own responsibility. They must learn to utilize the tools and techniques learned in rehab if symptoms of relapse appear.
Anger Management Therapy
To help clients discuss, understand, and develop healthier reactions to everyday stress and circumstances, we offer anger management therapy. This exercise helps clients realize the importance of forgiveness and how anger and resentment can affect their chance of lasting sobriety. To remain angry for past experiences only hinders what can be in the future.
Life Skills Groups
Skills learned in these groups enable recovering addicts to reduce vulnerability to triggers they might be faced with in daily life and keep them on the path of sobriety. Improved coping skills and restored relationships are valuable assets during this crucial time. Some of the electives clients can choose are:
- Time Management
- Money Management
- GED Preparation/Group
- Making Sense of Your Life: Boundaries
- Parenting Group
All of these skills will add to the value of your life and lead to a more peaceful and content feeling from within, all of which will help you remain sober.
Gym Training and Physical Fitness
This is designed to help clients choose healthy, drug-free activities to enhance their sense of accomplishment and pride, and to also help them become stronger physically, as well as emotionally. After they have been checked to make sure they meet the physical requirements, clients are evaluated to determine their individual needs and preferences to ensure that they participate in sports or games that they enjoy so they will be more inclined to take part in the activity.
This is a discussion centered program which helps clients understand and differentiate between religion and spirituality, and to recognize the relationship of spirituality to personal values and development. Once clients overcome religious prejudice, they gain greater insight into their own spiritual nature and come to realize the negative impact addiction had on their inner well-being. We offer five modalities, or tracks, for clients to choose their own path to spiritual healing:
- Our Faith-Based track is composed of Bible study, lectures, sermons, and outside church services by ordained ministers or pastors for clients that are receptive to Christian beliefs and principles.
- For those clients who prefer a non-religious approach to therapy, this track consists of group sessions that focus on addiction and recovery topics. On-site NA/AA meetings are available three times weekly for clients who choose to attend.
- Our Holistic track is for patients who are interested in learning more about spiritual paths, Eastern philosophies, enhanced cognitive therapy, and meditation. We offer spiritual lectures and and 12-step Buddhist techniques.
- This is for clients who choose to draw strength from their specific tribal beliefs and ceremonies during treatment, or for those who prefer an alternative to traditional religious convictions. We offer a 12-step Indigenous group treatment which applies cultural identity differences. The patient also has the opportunity to participate in outside Native Celebrate Recovery meetings.
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
- Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy is based on the belief that thoughts control our feelings and behaviors, and that these thought patterns can be changed to create more positive outcomes in daily occurrences. The benefit of this track is that we can change the way we face situations even if the situation itself does not change.
Music is used to help clients relax, decrease anxiety, increase verbalization, and improve motivation and self-esteem. It also stimulates interpersonal, social, effective, and cognitive behavioral functioning. Clients may listen to music and/or select the option of playing a musical instrument(s).
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