Life-changing levels of progress can be made through rehab. Yet once a return home is recommended, old influences and habits can creep back in, placing many recovering addicts in vulnerable positions. In place to ease transitions from rehab, aftercare is a follow-on service, offered through private rehab. Recognised as essential to addiction recovery, rehab aftercare options include support groups, therapy…Read More
If you are living with the negative effects of drug and alcohol addiction due to being an addict or knowing one and ready to make a change, then it might be time to consider drug and alcohol rehab.
Asana Lodge is an industry-leading drug and alcohol treatment centre, offering complete addiction treatment to our clients. Built upon a vision to provide excellence to all aspects of treatment, we have helped thousands of people start on a new path and work towards a more fulfilling life.
The secluded location of Asana Lodge in rural Northamptonshire gives you the chance to slow everything down and begin dismantling your addiction and building yourself up again. With the help of our dedicated team of medical and care professionals, you will engage in a programme tailored to your needs with your well-being at the heart of it.
We at Asana Lodge pride ourselves on our ability to help those that need it – get in touch today and that could be you.
Get In Touch
Are you suffering from a Drug or Alcohol Addiction and need help? If so, Asana Lodge is a leading UK based expert in Private Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment. Find out how we can help by getting in touch with our friendly team today. You can either call our confidential helpline or request a call-back by clicking on the below form.
Choose an Inpatient Rehab for the Best Results
Initially, when looking at treatment options you may want to stay local and find rehab in Bexley or even attend on an outpatient basis. These are completely legitimate paths to take and will cost you less money. However, choosing to attend rehab on an inpatient basis carries with it a higher rate of success at achieving long-term recovery. Getting yourself away from the toxic environment where your addiction thrived and using rehab to reset is a great method of addiction treatment.
When coming to Asana Lodge you remove yourself from temptation and focus on recovery and have access to progressive treatment, surrounded by people who know how to help you.
The Admissions Process
Our admissions process is a thorough procedure that aims to dispel any worries and answer all questions. After making your initial enquiry you will undergo an assessment to ascertain the best programme for you and help us gain a better insight into your addiction. From there an admissions date is set, a deposit laid down to secure a place and you can be with us within days of the initial enquiry.
For those looking on behalf of someone else, we can offer guidance with our family and friend referral services. Providing support in the most difficult of situations we can help with family interventions and interventions based around a specific addiction, be it gambling, sex, drugs, or alcohol.
Available Treatment Options at Asana Lodge
Your path through treatment at Asana Lodge will deal with both the physical and psychological nature of addiction, the former being dealt with first.
Dealing with the physical aspect means completing drug or alcohol detox. Whilst an unpleasant experience for many addicts, the detoxification process is vital to building a strong foundation for long-term recovery to be achieved.
Flushing the harmful toxins from your body and stopping its dependence on drugs and/or alcohol will allow you to regain physical health and stop the altering of your brain chemistry that has been occurring. This process will happen at our detox clinic and is done to help ease the worst of symptoms that will occur due to drug and/or alcohol withdrawal.
Once detox has been completed you will move on to therapeutic treatment. The therapy options we have are all suited to dealing with addiction – the ones you take part in will be tailored towards your unique journey. Through a combination of individual, group and well-being therapies you will come to understand your addiction better and learn how to cope with it in life after rehab.
You can expect to take part in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), stress management, group therapy and an array of well-being therapies including low-level laser therapy during your time with us. For those suffering from mental health issues as well, dual diagnosis treatment will be available. This type of treatment consists of combining mental health treatments with addiction treatment, whilst seeing them as separate issues and ensuring management of one does not adversely affect the other.
Using Aftercare to Support Relapse Prevention
The support that Asana Lodge can give you doesn’t stop once you leave the rehabilitation centre. The first year after rehab is a critical time in a recovering person’s life and is unfortunately when most relapses occur.
At Asana Lodge we offer a 12-month aftercare package to help you through these difficult initial months and hopefully prevent any immediate relapse. The package is devised by our aftercare specialist team and considers many factors unique to you: your age, history, addiction history, home environment. With this information we can construct a plan that will work for you – laying out goals and targets that can be celebrated, keeping you motivated in your sobriety.
This concentration on relapse prevention straight out of rehab will hopefully be the start of good habits that you maintain throughout your life. Attending weekly support meetings is a great way to stay connected to other people in recovery and maintain perspective on why it is better to be clean than not.
Get in Touch Today
If you are interested in learning more about the drug and alcohol services we provide or are ready to begin the admissions process, contact us by telephone at 01908 489 421. You can also reach us via the website where there is a contact form, and we will get back to you in the method you prefer. Take the first step towards a happier and healthier life free of drug and alcohol abuse today.
Is long term recovery achievable?
Of course, it is. It’s not something that happens overnight, and you must take life one day at a time – being sure to not put too much pressure on yourself and realise that the longest journeys are made by putting one foot in front of the other. Making use of the resources available and leaning on people for support will be key to achieving long-term recovery and leading a better life than the one that brought you to Asana Lodge.
What kinds of treatments are available for sex addiction?
Sex addiction is a behavioural disorder and the treatment we offer for that is based around psychological and well-being therapy. Coming to Asana Lodge to deal with your sex addiction means taking part in therapies such as CBT, mindfulness sessions, trauma counselling, and self-help sessions. These therapy options we all be conducted in a combination of one-on-one and group settings.
What happens when I leave rehab?
That depends on you. After rehab, the recovery journey is not over as the rest of your life waits. Taking advantage of our aftercare package and remaining vigilant as you attend weekly support meetings is essential to staying clean. Using all you have learnt during your time with us, hopefully, you can lead a fulfilling life free of addiction.
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