The Rehab Executive Guide is a free rehab guide that connects people to the right treatments and rehabs in the UK.
We provide support for the family and can advise on everything from costs to admission.
We can help. As one of the best rehab guides in the country; we connect people with the right therapies and coping methods.
To get your loved one through this, their family must remain strong.
We’re here every step of the way to make sure that your voice is heard and how we can help you manage during this time.
24/7 confidential phone lines
If things have reached the point where it’s too much – give us a call on 0808 231 4686 to speak to Alison McManus, our specialist admissions officer who will walk you through exactly what to do next.
Break the cycle
- Are you worried about the effects of the problem on the children or family
- Are you the partner, parent or carer of someone with a drinking or drugs problem?
- Do you feel worried, exasperated and unsure of the best way forward?
- Are you trying to keep your family together with everything you’ve got with no support?
You are not alone.
Thousands of families all over the UK have a loved one trying to come off drugs or alcohol.
The Executive Rehab Guide is here to support you just as much as we here to support them.
Our CQC regulated therapy centres transform people’s belief systems.
This is because the focus is to create a stronger individual who is not just sober, but better; physically and emotionally.
We work closely with families and have designed dedicated programs that focus on treatment success.
See: Steps to motivate a loved one to go to rehab or Exactly how to help an alcoholic.
Express you cannot do this anymore
We understand it can be very tough on you.
But you mustn’t enable behaviour or create a safe space for anxiety to thrive.
Rather, reveal to your partner or family member that treatment is the only thing that will keep your relationship alive and well.
List the consequences if they do not wish to receive therapy but come from a place of support as you both want the same result; their recovery.
Private rehab length of stay
Residential rehab is often described as life-changing.
In just 28 days we work round the clock to ensure your loved one is strong enough to deal with their anxiety and depression by the end of their visit.
Depending on the severity of the case, some people chose to stay for 12 weeks – it is with this length of stay that showcase the most promising results.
Help them escape from temptation and pressure
Your loved one will receive personal and case-by-case care; this is ensured through individual 1:1 therapy sessions and programmes.
Families are also invited to partake in separate structured therapy programmes to help the sufferer reintegrate with everyday life.
We understand that family and support systems are important during this time.
Castle Craig’s beautiful, luxurious grounds allow visitors to work through their recovery with their loved ones. Members of the family are also able to stay on the grounds.
- Holistic therapies
- Hyperbaric oxygen therapy
- Equine therapy
- Drumming therapy
- Mindfulness and meditation
Therapy that works
We have one purpose; to make a lasting change to the lives of the people we support.
Better than anyone else, we understand the horrendous difficulties of seeing your partner or child suffer.
This can make family life hell and cause a tremendous amount of pain, stress and anxiety for all those involved.
Since 1988, we’ve treated 10,000 individuals.
Due to the hard work and dedication of our medical team of doctors, nurses and therapists 98.2% of all cases have achieved long-term abstinent recovery.
We use high-quality clinical care to create tailored programmes that receive the most effective results.
Get help today. Call 0808 1150 446.
We can connect you to affordable and effective private rehabs.
Speak to an admissions officer who will provide you with a safe space to discuss any concerns you may have in private. From here, we will walk you through the entire process.
We’re here for you too
Seeing a loved one lose themselves day after day and feeling powerless in the situation can be unbearable.
But we’re here to remind you that you’re not powerless.
Watching the one you love go down a dangerous path is hard.
It’s moments like this that families, out of no fault of their own, often begin to become resentful, angry or confused.
More often than not, we see members of the family not understand properly.
This can make the situation worse and make your loved one feel isolated.
Instances like these require professional and careful care.
People completing therapy with us will leave our facility with the following:
- Impulse control
- Therapeutic tools to combat negative feelings
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Problem-solving skills
- Relapse prevention techniques
- Holistic therapy aids for mind, body and spirit
- New, healthy dietary and fitness habits
- New sober friends
- Strong support networks that last a lifetime
The therapy plans we have available are custom-designed to ensure you leave with the necessary tools needed to help you cope with everyday life.
It’s important to come from a place of love.
The most constructive way to reach out to your loved one is by showing them you care and understand.
When someone has lost all belief, you mustn’t lose it too.
Even though depression and anxiety can have awful effects on your family, to help, you must remember not to attack or judge your loved one.
Don’t accept excuses
You must know your part.
Time and time again, we’ve seen families play a big role in helping their loved one get better.
If you suspect or know that your son, husband, wife or daughter is struggling, you must get in touch with us as soon as possible.
We understand that this may be very stressful and confusing – let us take over.
States the facts of how their behaviour is affecting the family is affecting you.
By detailing examples of the incidents that have disrupted your life calmly will help your loved one to see past their sadness.
People who suffer from depression and anxiety will not have considered how you feel.
Support & resources
Executive Rehab Guide aims to give you the information to understand the effects that alcohol and drugs are having on the mind and body of your family member.
We can also best advise on the processes to help them keep their job and maintain a successful career without drugs, alcohol or gambling.
Support for You – One Woman’s Story
Louise C, business owner
Louise C. runs a successful family business in Scotland that employs 90 people.
But she very nearly lost all of this, and her life, due to chronic alcoholism.
In residential rehab she realised that the disease of alcoholism “was going to kill me“. After many weeks of therapy she was able to face up to her alcohol problems and denial, overcome her fears and learn to be “happy in my skin and happy to be myself.”