The counselors at our facility are highly experienced and trained in treating addiction diseases. Many have experienced the addiction themselves and who have overcome the challenges of addiction just as the journey you are on. These are the counselors who at first hand, will be able to identify with you because they have already been through the process of addiction and recovery and understand the different emotions and physical changes that you will be going through. They can emphasize with your situation in a way that others couldn’t possibly do because they have been through the same challenges themselves.
It has been proven that the qualified counselors have the personal experiences of addiction just as you in their past. These relationships can form quick trust and be a therapeutic journey to help you in your recovery. There are no immediate results to improve, but our staff of professionally trained counselors can sure prove that recovery is possible through the motivation and encouragement that they will provide you with.
Our counselors also understand the different behaviors and thought processes that propel from the addiction. Such challenges and questions will be utilized during the methods of effective treatment plans. These will enable our patients to see the truth that lies within their thinking and provides them with the choices and resources they will need so that they can discard the old processes and ideas that the addiction caused them to have. As with any process, this will take time, but each patient will be responded to differently on an individual basis to ensure the treatment plans meet their specific needs.
After the success of the therapeutic relationship has been built with the counselor, there is much more to be found in the recovery process through steps that will be taken. Progress will be made, noted, and recognized at each step beginning and ending so that the months ahead, the short-term and long-term goals can be achieved little by little.
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Drug addiction is a disease that affects the entire family. When one member of a family suffers, oftentimes the entire family suffers. In some instances, loved ones who struggle with addiction may begin to engage in covert or otherwise questionable behaviors in order to continue their drug or alcohol abuse.
These behaviors may include:
Statistics show that the children of individuals who suffer from addiction are more likely to suffer from behavioral problems and potential genetic predispositions that render them more vulnerable to developing addictions as well.
Over time, the destructive influence of drug use within a family can cause family members to feel helpless. The truth is, however, that families are not helpless when it comes to protecting themselves and their loved one who is struggling with addiction.
One of the most challenging roles to be played in an addict’s life is to be the interventionist, to confront the addict and ask him to seek help. This responsibility almost always falls on family members. Nobody admits mistakes. Denial is always what makes the process difficult. The first intervention team is always the family of the patient. But when all efforts fail, you might want to seek professional help from “ I can recovery” . We offer family members supportive services: