Alcohol Rehab Centers in Ketchikan, AlaskaPublished on September 26th, 2013
Alcohol is a socially acceptable substance that has a role in religious, personal and social aspects of our lives. While most people who drink alcohol are able to do so in moderation there are some who easily fall victim to its addictive effects.. Alcohol numbs pain and alters reality, for many these effects feel too great not to drink. This is where their lives spiral out of control and alcoholism takes over. Their lives are turned up side down and what was meant to bring them pleasure only brings them pain. If you or a loved one are suffering from alcoholism an Alcohol Rehab Center in Ketchikan, Alaska can help.
If you are ready to take back control of your life then treatment within an alcohol rehab center can help. Doctors and staff will put together an individualized treatment plan based off your intake assessment, helping you to work through all aspects of your addiction in a safe, secure and therapeutic environment.
Detoxification is typically the first step to the treatment process. This process allows your body to be cleansed of the chemicals and toxins related to alcohol abuse in a controlled environment. Symptoms of withdrawal can be quite painful and overwhelming at this time, under a Doctors supervision you will receive a non-addictive prescription medication to ease these symptoms and allow you to keep focused on your recovery.
Counseling and Therapy
Counseling and therapy play a key role in helping you to overcome your psychological dependency, mental or emotional illness, and help you to develop the skills needed to maintain your sobriety. During individual counseling you will get to the root cause of your addiction and work through it. You will be able to recognize the dysfunctional thoughts, behaviors and routines during cognitive therapy sessions, making the choice to change them to ones that will promote your sobriety.
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