Without the aid of alcohol rehab, a drinking problem won’t go away on its own. Instead, it becomes more and more damaging to both the alcoholic, and his or her family.
What we know is this: In nearly every case, alcohol and drug abuse are nothing more than symptoms of a much larger problem. Most often, substance abuse is used as a coping mechanism to avoid feelings of guilt or shame; sometimes it is used to address a spiritual malady, or to fill an emptiness that can’t be resolved without assistance from an outside source. You build walls to protect yourself from harmful feelings, but as those barriers go up, your willpower goes down… and soon you find yourself trapped in a never-ending cycle, with no resolution in sight. The farther you travel down the path of addiction, the harder it is to see how lost you really are, or to regain your footing after a stumble.
At Above It All Treatment Center, our clinical treatment will help you tear down those walls and map a route to move past them. Our highly trained, professional and compassionate staff stands ready to help you every step of the way. With our support, you will soon begin to function productively, without the feelings of guilt and shame and other barriers holding you back now.
The true strength of the Above It All program lies in its blend of clinical therapies and a 12-step immersion program; this powerful combination creates a synergistic balance that is unique to Above It All Treatment Center. As you progress in the program, you will be assigned specific Big Book studies best suited to help you work though the steps.
There is hope. With the right alcohol rehab program — treatment available with our help — alcoholics can, and have, learned to conquer their disease.
Alcohol rehabilitation is, simply put, an alcoholic’s best shot at starting a healthier, happier new life. The path won’t always be easy — the process begins with an alcohol detox period of several days, during which the body is cleansed of the toxins that come from wine, liquor or beer. The cleaning process can include unpleasant withdrawal symptoms such as irritability, depression and sweats or chills, but it’s necessary in combating the disease.
Once the detox is complete, the patient will continue with intensive, inpatient counseling that provides a chance to get to the bottom of the issues that caused the alcoholism in the first place. This is sometimes done through group therapy sessions where the patient can receive emotional support from others also starting a new life in recovery.
If you find that you or a family member are in need of alcohol rehabilitation, please contact us today and get started on the road to recovery. Above It All Treatment Center is here to help you every step of the way.