Residential Treatment In Kent
Our alcohol clinic is a 28 day programme to help you safely come off alcohol. The Alcohol Clinic provides a safe place to receive an alcohol detox and to begin your initial recovery from alcohol addiction. Admission is simple. First you will be seen by a professional counsellor who will assess and discuss your needs. You will be given an explanation of the alcohol detox and the alcohol rehab part of your stay with us. Your questions will be answered.
We can help
You can speak to a qualified addictions counsellor (professionally accredited) who will get to understand your specific needs and who will then be able to advise the best way forward for you personally. We work with one of the leading clinics for the treatment of addiction.
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You have nothing to lose and everything to gain
A residential alcohol rehab is often recommended for clients who would benefit from an intensive and structured programme of support. Particularly helpful to those at the very beginning of their recovery journey. The research and local authority findings indicate that Kent has at least 18,000 alcohol dependent drinkers. However this figure does not take into account the ‘silent’ majority of drinkers, many of which seek confidential and private help.
Alongside your physical health, alcohol rehabilitation will focus on changing your thoughts and behaviour. The core goal of a treatment centre will be to free you from the cycle of dependency that led you to initially seeking help. Treatment centres adopt an abstinence-based approach and achieve this through a combination of therapies; common elements include group work, one-to-one counselling, cognitive bias re-alignment, introduction to self help groups and the 12-steps, education around the subject of addiction, and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT. The content of each residential treatment programme is varied and is often personalised.
Kent alcohol rehab help
Alcohol problems in Kent are one of the main concerns for Public Health England. Liver disease is only one way by which alcohol misuse can prove fatal. In Kent 600 people are recorded to have died from issues attributable to alcohol in 2012. However this is not a complete figure as many other deaths that are also attributable to alcohol are often recorded as other causes.
Here in Kent and the surrounding area there are residential alcohol clinic options that offer varying standards of both treatment and accommodation. We can advise you on the best way forward and look at the history of each clinic. The clinics can often tailor programmes for a wide range of client presentations including alcoholism, substance dependency, behavioural addictions, and eating disorders. Some clinics provide a multi-disciplinary team of staff who are experienced in working with clients who may be physically or psychologically complex, particularly dual diagnosis patients. To this end clients benefit from care plans based on comprehensive medical and psychiatric input. The clinics are set within their own grounds of varying size but always aim to provide a secure and comfortable setting in which clients can work on their recovery goals.