Making the best of destination therapy

What is Destination Therapy?

Simply put, destination therapy means taking the person with the addiction away from their normal environments to a private place of his/her choice for the duration of their drug addiction rehab treatment program .

What sort of private places?

When it comes to selecting a treatment setting, it is important to choose places where the client can feel safe from unnecessary attention, where he can get medical treatment, where he has enough activity yet no distractions and strive to remove those struggling with SUDs from their old ways of life by taking them out of a potentially problematic home environment and helps in removing the everyday instances that become causes for them to choose to use.

  • Facility Amenities

 It could be a house the client owns, other than his own home, or they could choose to move to a resort location in India or some other country. These facilities tend to be in beautiful locations and can offer upscale amenities and services—including acupuncture, spa treatments, massage therapy, a swimming pool, on-site gym, and more. These would be places where the client and the counselors’ team can steadily work at the various phases of the program.

How is the Program conducted?

Drug rehabilitation is the process of medical and psychotherapy treatment for dependency on psychoactive substances such as alcohol, prescription drugs, and street drugs such as cannabis, cocaine, heroin or amphetamines.

Rehab involves extensive therapy, which aims to rectify drug-seeking behaviors, instill better coping mechanisms, and teach important relapse prevention skills.

  • Phase 1: Creating a Customized Care Plan

The intake process involves speaking with our counselor to discuss treatment options and figure out what approach will work best for you and develop a personalized treatment plan based on assessment of your medical, emotional, and social functioning.

  • Admissions and Assessment

During intake, the treatment team carries out extensive assessments that may include a medical examination, a psychological assessment, and a psychosocial assessment. Along with information on your personal drug use history, family history of addiction, and even sexual preferences/inclinations, these assessments will help determine how the program can most optimally tailor its treatment plan to you and your needs.

  • Co-Occurring Disorders and Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis treatment typically applies to people who suffer from a mental illness coupled with a SUD. If you have medical issues and/or an existing mental disorder or dual diagnosis, additional treatment options to ensure that you receive the appropriate level of support and care will be discussed.

  • Phase 2: Detox – Safely Removing Addictive Substances from Your Body

The withdrawal syndromes associated with certain types of physical substance dependence can be markedly unpleasant and/or dangerous. People at risk of developing these withdrawal syndromes benefit from the added supervision, monitoring and the medicinal interventions availed by medical detox settings.

  • Medically Supervised Detox

The method of treatment—including specific treatment medications—received during detox will depend on the specific substance(s) being abused. Prior to detox, professional medical personnel will determine withdrawal risks as well as the specific types of medical intervention(s) that may be needed to mitigate these risks during detox.

The precise regimen needed during detox may differ according to the type of substance dependence as well as the potential severity of the associated withdrawal syndrome.

Fear of withdrawal can keep one from taking steps toward recovery. Our counselors will guide you and address all of your fears. There is more to a substance use disorder than drug use. We help you get ready to address the underlying issues that are driving your substance use.

  • Phase 3: Rehab – Building the Foundation of Long-Term Treatment Efforts

On successful completion of detox, the next phase of recovery is rehabilitation. This phase involves intensive therapy where you can examine the underlying issues that lead you to your substance use disorder.

If you have significant work or familial obligations, destination therapy allows you to maintain some of those responsibilities. It is an optimal choice for those with serious, long-term addictions or for those with dual diagnosis conditions.

  • Individual Therapy

Individual therapy begins with reflective questioning that causes the client to look at their personal actions, thinking and feelings.

  • Clients are led into self-analysis beginning with identifying when they began using the substance and why they started misusing it.
  • Patients receive strategies on how they can redirect their time.
  • Time management skills are taught to allow patients to better use their time.
  • Patients learn to identify drug use triggers and how to deal with these triggering situations to avoid relapse.

This type of behavioral therapy helps individuals reform their thinking patterns and make behavioral changes that will better route them toward a healthy, sober life.

  • Family Therapy

Destination treatment offers family therapy as part of their program. Family members are encouraged to join the client and participate in family therapy sessions. Family therapy can help to resolve issues so the family can serve as a pillar of support once their loved one completes the program.

Overall Zorba Wellness the best drug rehabs in India is well versed in providing tailored programs that fit the needs of every family. Taking treatment to a new level we have established success in resolving the SUD and the created problems while also bringing families together by helping them resolve the inner dynamics of their family systems too.

Choose Zorba, Choose Wellness.

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