Inpatients can expect to receive one-on-one counselling sessions, interactive group therapy, nutritional meals, trauma therapy and lectures.
Inpatients stay in the treatment facility for a certain period of time - usually 28 days but they can extend this if they need to. An inpatient is provided with 24-hour care at a live-in facility and is treated for a wide-range of problems such as substance-abuse, behavioural disorders, process addictions and mental health conditions. Inpatients receive two counselling sessions a day and have medical practitioners on call to attend to their medical needs. Three meals are prepared a day with snacks in between. There are plenty of spots within the centre to rest and relax.
Inpatients can expect to receive one-on-one counselling sessions, interactive group therapy, nutritional meals, trauma therapy and lectures. This is all while staying in a tranquil, upmarket environment and receiving expert care from a panel of practitioners - psychologists, psychiatrists, medical doctors and trauma counsellors. Inpatients can choose to stay in a private suit or a shared room. Rest is an essential aspect of recovery.
Individual counselling for drug addictions has proven to be one of the most effective ways to combat addictions and for clients to sustain their lasting sobriety and meaningful personal growth. Many people think that substances are the core of the addiction problem. However, substances are very often a temporary solution or coping mechanism used by the person to cope with deeper issues that exist in their emotional wellbeing. These emotional layers form over time and may need to be addressed through more focused talk therapy or addiction counselling.