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Registered Cape Town Adult Addictions Therapy Program

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2010-08-02

[…]clinics also offer out-patients alcohol programmes enabling the patients to continue with their careers and home lives whilst attending after-hours alcohol rehab. As a residential treatment unit they provide an extensive range of psychological services. They are able to effectively treat: Anxiety and depression Adjustment Disorders Personality Disorders Post Traumatic Stress Disorders Stress caused by environmental factors Relationship difficulties Co-dependency issues Substance abuse and addiction to alcohol and other drugs One of these clinics has a ‘high care’ ward devoted to full-time management of patients who are not yet ready to join the more intense alcohol rehab or addiction’s treatment […]

Alcoholic Rehabilitation Needs Professional Assistance

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2010-09-17

[…]alcohol and may even have consciously chosen to abuse alcohol in the beginning of their drinking careers, but once fully fledged alcoholism has kicked in, their bodies become dependent on the alcohol and they cannot do without it. In fact it can be dangerous for an alcoholic to try to stop drinking on their own at home without medical supervision. It is thus imperative that alcoholic rehabilitation is approached with the necessary care and expertise. Please contact WeDoRecover.com to find the best alcohol rehab near you. SA Cellular: 081 444 7000 UK Freephone: 0808-267-3422 Email: [email protected] It’s a common misconception […]

Work and Money Issues for Recovering Drug Addicts and Alcoholics

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2011-05-03

[…]and it increases self-esteem. Many addicts and alcoholics have to find new ways to reignite old careers or find a way to change direction entirely! This is no small feat whilst in the early days of recovery from addiction when juggling a new range of behaviours. For some, being employment also helps with responsibility, as supporting themselves and their families is paramount. However, there are a number of work issues that may cause possible relapse triggers for those in recovery. Being back in the reality of life at work after the protection of an in-patient drug addiction rehab center may […]

Opium Addiction

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2017-04-20

[…]eyes, sleeplessness. It will also begin to affect the way the addict lives their life, and their careers, studies, personal relations and hygiene with be neglected. The individual will also try to isolate them self from their loved ones and peers. Opium Addiction Treatment If you linked any of the above symptoms with yourself or a loved one, then it’s important that professional medical help is sought after immediately. The best way to treat an Opium addiction is by residing in a rehabilitation centre, where a medical detoxification will be done in order to help ease the effects of any […]

Alcohol Treatment Centre

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2010-02-15

[…]They knew that it wasn’t benefiting their mental or emotional health, their finances, their careers, etc etc ad infinitum, and yet they continued to return to drink & drugs! What is it that makes it OK for addicted people to continue to return to their substances again and again, despite themselves and their knowledge that doing so doesn’t serve their best interests? These people have exerted substantial will-power, strength of character and intellect to beat their addiction to alcohol and other drugs and yet it appears that they can’t. Primary Care treatment’s purpose is to assist people addicted to alcohol and other […]

Xanax Addiction

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2017-04-20

[…]as soon as possible as it affects not only the addict, but the people around them, their careers and quite frankly, their entire life. Signs and Symptoms of Xanax Addiction There are many signs and symptoms to look out for in someone addicted to xanax as it is such a powerful drug. These usually range from wanting to sleep excessively and all the time, unbalanced heart rates and having a strong desire to use the drug. When the drug is not available, addicts will suffer a series of withdrawal symptoms. These withdrawal symptoms vary from being unable to sleep, to […]

Rehab Centres Surrey

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2017-03-01

[…]emotionally, psychologically, how it affects their relationships with loved ones as well as their careers and will show them how to improve their general quality of life. Treatment will also include different types of support and services, including group counselling and individual therapy, education, gentle exercise, art therapy, healthy nutrition, journaling, cognitive restructuring and aftercare, all of which are designed to better your or a loved one’s chances of recovery. Since addiction doesn’t only affect the addict but also the people that love them the most, this rehab centre also offers an intensive family support programme. This Surrey residential rehab […]

Drug Addiction Treatment

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2010-09-11

[…]Keep Using Drugs? Most people who become addicted to drugs believe in the beginning of their using careers that they can give it up at any time. Most often they’ll attempt to give up on their own without getting professional help or enrolling in a drug addiction treatment programme. Some may find a measure of success, however many people fail to reach long term recovery. Substance abuse which has been ongoing generally results in the brain altering to new patterns which continue even after the person stops using drugs. The changes in the brain can result in behavioural consequences, such as a […]

Alcohol Detoxification and effective Alcoholism Rehabilitation

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2010-02-15

[…]They knew that it wasn’t benefiting their mental or emotional health, their finances, their careers, etc etc ad infinitum, and yet they continued to return to drink & drugs! What is it that makes it OK for addicted people to continue to return to their substances again and again, despite themselves and their knowledge that doing so doesn’t serve their best interests? These people have exerted substantial will-power, strength of character and intellect to beat their addiction to alcohol and other drugs and yet it appears that they can’t. Primary Care treatment’s purpose is to assist people addicted to alcohol and other […]

Stop Drugs Advice Part 1

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2017-09-22

[…]and again has severe consequences to the addicted person, to their families, their finances, their careers as well their emotional, mental and physical health. At this stage the most commonly available stop drugs advice is exactly that – just stop! Unfortunately this isn’t always that easy. In most cases when a person addicted to alcohol or other drugs quits they need a drug detox. Sadly there is such a negative stigma attached to the term addiction that many suffering with the effects of using drugs hesitate to ask for advice when trying to stop drugs. However, it is widely accepted in the professional […]

Looking For A Drug Addiction Solution?

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: 2010-11-10

[…]consequences that brings (jails, institutions, broken relationships, crashed vehicles, destroyed careers and potentially death) or give up a few ‘pleasures’ and have the chance to truly begin to live their lives, few people in touch with reality choose to return to active addiction. The benefit of attending a quality rehab is that the professional staff will assist in providing very real and practical drug addiction solutions.  Addictions counsellors’ first task with a new patient is to establish a solid rapport. Once a good counselling relationship has been struck the counsellor can present things for the patient to consider in a healthy, open, trusting manner […]