What Does Alcohol Rehab Consist Of?

Do you feel as though you are stuck in the black hole of addiction? Perhaps you feel as though you have lost everything in your life that you once viewed as important? Have you lost friends and family members as a result of your addiction? Is your professional life faltering? Unfortunately, these are all consequences of addiction. However, there is always hope.

The Source Treatment Center based in Fort Lauderdale prides itself on assisting our clients in Boynton Beach in overcoming their addiction. Part of the reason why our clients have come to trust us is due to the fact that we take a personalized approach to treatment. We understand that each of our clients have different experiences in their life that may have contributed to their addiction. We take the time to get to learn more about those experiences so that we can help you to create a personalized treatment program in our Boynton Beach addiction center that can help you to overcome your addiction once and for all.

If you or a loved one are struggling with addiction, call The Source today.  Our treatment specialists are available 24/7 to discuss your options and help you find the perfect solution (800) 204-0418.

First Alcohol Detox – Then Rehab

If you are still in active addiction, before you can truly commit yourself to a treatment program, it’s essential that you first go through a detox program. Typically, within a few hours of the last time you took a drink, you will begin to feel the physical and psychological consequences of withdrawal. Keep in mind that it’s impossible to know the exact withdrawal symptoms that you will experience which is one of the reasons why you should never go through the process unless you are under the care of a trained medical professional who can monitor your symptoms around the clock.

Examples of withdrawal symptoms can include feelings nauseous, a severe headache, shakiness or an increase in anxiety. In some cases, however, it’s possible that your symptoms may be more severe and could become potentially deadly. Although The Source does not have an on-site detox program, we do work with different facilities throughout the country. Once you complete your detox program, you can then come to The Source to begin your recovery program.

Getting to the Root of the Alcohol Addiction

Once you have removed the influence of alcohol from your body, you can now begin to focus on getting to the root cause of your addiction. At The Source, we believe that addiction is triggered by certain traumatic events in your life. For example, if you were a first responder and responded to a fatal car crash, those images may still haunt you in many ways. Perhaps you suffered some type of physical abuse or even a sexual assault during your life. These events can trigger a strong emotional reaction that may be difficult if not impossible to work through unless you have professional help.

Overcoming Addiction With Therapy

One of the leading reasons why our clients make the decision to come to The Source is because of the therapeutic approach we take with every treatment plan. We provide our clients with a combination of traditional forms of therapy as well as cutting-edge therapeutic techniques that will help you to overcome your addiction. Group therapy and individual therapy are two forms of counseling that will play an important factor in your overall recovery.

During group therapy, you will have the chance to share your experiences with other people that are working toward overcoming their addiction. You will not only have the chance to interact with other people in your group by talking about your experiences, but you will also take the time to listen to the words of other people that are in your group. This is a wonderful way to begin to make connections with other clients and begin to develop your own system of support which is critical to your overall recovery.

Individual therapy also plays a pivotal role in your recovery because it allows you to speak to one of our counselors in a personalized setting. Is there something that you don’t feel comfortable talking about in a group setting? Perhaps you want to talk about your current treatment plan and changes that you would like to make to it? Individual counseling can give you the opportunity to go into these details. Sharing this information with a member of our team can help you to make the most out of your time at The Source.

We also offer our clients with the chance to participate in different trauma-based therapies. Which trauma-based therapy is best for you is something that our team will access as you begin to get further into your treatment plan. The number of sessions that you need, and your comfort level are all details that we will monitor and speak with you about on a regular basis.

Unfortunately, in many cases, addiction can have a negative impact on every member of your family. As you begin to gain a better understanding of your addiction and trauma, you may want to begin to take steps to reconnect with your family. A family therapy session will take place in a neutral environment to ensure that both you and your family members can remain calm and at ease throughout the session. You will have the chance to share your progress and, in turn, listen to the feelings and concerns from your family. Family therapy is a wonderful way to take the first steps toward putting your relationships with your loved ones back together.

A member of The Source Treatment Center is available around the clock to help you start to develop your treatment program. In many cases, we can have you enrolled in a treatment plan within 24-hours of the initial time that you reached out to us. Do you have more questions or concerns about our programs? A member of our team will gladly answer them so that you feel more comfortable with your decision to come to our treatment facility. When you are ready to take the first step toward recovery, please reach out to us at (800) 204-0418