Admitting that you have a drug or alcohol addiction is often the hardest part of recovery. You may be in denial, trying to cover up your addiction, but if left untreated your addiction will only get worse and may even kill you.

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Hillingdon

We understand that it’s a daunting prospect to reach out and admit your behaviour, not only to yourself but to your friends and family.

At Asana Lodge we offer addiction treatment for anyone looking for drug and alcohol rehab in Hillingdon. Our treatments are based on scientific, evidence-based methods, to help you maintain long-term sobriety.

Our residential rehabilitation centres are located across the whole of the UK, including the London Boroughs, so you can access rehab in Hillingdon or further afield.

We are the first and only UK private residential centre which is based purely on scientific, evidence-based treatments.

All you need to do is pick up the phone, give us a call and we’ll guide you through the process.

 

Dealing With Addiction

Addiction often carries with it a certain stigma; that it’s an affliction only a certain class of people suffer from, which brings with it a source of shame.

You may go to great lengths to hide your addiction, even stealing or lying to get the substance and cover up your actions.

Despite common stereotypes, addiction can affect anyone at any point in their life and can even relate to shopping or work, rather than drug and alcohol abuse.

At Asana Lodge, we understand how personal recovery can be, which is why we tailor all our treatment programmes to the individual.

Rehab in Hillingdon is not a clinical experience, but rather the opposite. With our modern and luxurious facilities, you will be provided with a private room, en-suite, prepared meals and spaces for reflection, workshops and even fitness classes.

 

Personalised Treatment Programmes

No one person is the same, which means that every addiction is a personal experience. With this in mind, a treatment program that works for one person, may not work as effectively for someone else.

To ensure that we provide you with the best treatment options, we take the time to get to know you and your addiction before you even arrive at our rehab in Hillingdon.

You will be invited to our free and confidential consultation to discuss your current health, medical history and addiction.

After this consultation our dedicated team of professionals will discuss your treatment options with you and, if agreed, book you in for residential treatment at our rehabilitation centre.

Upon arrival at our drug and alcohol rehab in Hillingdon, you’ll undergo a full medical assessment by our team of medical professionals.

You’ll design your treatment program with the help of our experienced staff to ensure that you are committed to your recovery process and your treatments will work effectively for you.

 

What To Expect From Rehab In Hillingdon

We understand that recovery is a personal journey, but there are certain steps in your recovery that everyone must take.

 

Detox

Detox is the first step of any addiction treatment. The purpose of rehab is to reduce the levels of consumption, slowly and in a controlled environment, until your body is free from the substance.

We always conduct detox under medical supervision to ensure that your withdrawal symptoms are managed safely. The level of withdrawal symptoms you’ll experience will depend on the length and severity of your addiction.

Your detox will typically last for a couple of days to a week.

 

Therapy

We believe in healing the mind and body, because addiction has both physical and psychological impacts.

That’s why we offer therapy, in particular Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), to address the root causes of your addiction, your triggers and strategies for maintaining long-term sobriety.

CBT focuses on identifying your negative thoughts processes to enable you to change your thought processes and develop more positive thought patterns.

We also offer individual therapy, group sessions, stress management and even art therapy at our rehabilitation centre.

 

Residential Rehab Vs Outpatient Treatment

Attending treatment at a detox clinic and returning home every evening and at the weekend may seem like the most appealing type of rehab initially.

However, treating your addiction when you’re surrounded by the negative influences in your life that drive your addiction can be extremely difficult.

Residential treatment offers both an escape from your day-to-day life and those influences, but can also allow you to take some time to focus on yourself and your recovery.

At Asana Lodge our treatment programmes last for 28 days, which is more intense than outpatient treatment that last for months.

We take a holistic approach to treatment, which means that you’ll have access to a wide range of workshops, such as stress management and art therapy, as well as fitness classes.

With state-of-the-art facilities you’ll have access to relaxation and reflective spaces as well as charmingly peaceful outdoor spaces. Our rehabilitation centres are far from clinical.

 

Next Steps

Upon successful completion of your rehab in Hillingdon you’ll be provided with a Relapse Prevention Plan.

The first 12 months after rehab are considered to be the most challenging, with higher chances of relapse, which is why we offer free aftercare for the first 12 months.

With the support of our dedicated team of professionals we can introduce you to local support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous that offer vital peer support.

Often having people with similar life experiences to talk to can help you feel understand.

Settling back into your life after rehab is not always easy. Families don’t always understand, and may also find your return difficult to navigate.

As part of our aftercare we offer guidance and therapy for family and friends referrals, as well as group sessions.

If you’re struggling to find your feet we can also help you with employment and financial guidance. Our team is there to support you every step of the way.

Kick start your journey to long-term recovery today, but contacting our team of dedicated and supportive professionals for your free and confidential consultation.