Established by two professional doctors, The Executive Rehab Guide is a family-owned rehab wellness centre that has helped over 10,000 people.
“73.4% of visitors remained abstinent from all substances and responded very well to our experiential treatments.”
Many of the people we have helped have started their journey with us feeling hopeless, anxious and severely depressed. We are here to help.
If you feel like you have lost your sense of control, and alcohol and drugs are having a detrimental impact on your life, it can be difficult to know where to begin when it comes to getting help.
If you have decided to attend a rehab centre, you are no longer in denial, and you have completed half of the battle.
The effects of depression, anxiety, stress, grief and burnout
Although there are varying scales of addiction, many of us use substances to avoid how we are feeling or cope with the everyday stresses in our lives.
This becomes a severe problem when we start to feel powerless over these habits, and drinking alcohol (for example) becomes a necessity rather than a choice.
Typically we think of addiction in its most extreme form, as a disease which is easily identifiable in those who suffer since it will drastically impact their ability to carry out normal activities, their mental health, their career and their relationships.
However, addiction exists in many subtle and varying forms, and the most successful and seemingly happy people may be suffering in silence.
Learn more about the effects of burnout, stress and addiction here.
If you are unhappy and your goal is to be free from substance dependency, or you have identified with anything else mentioned above, there are several treatment methods available.
Take the self-assessment quiz here.
By choosing to attend rehab, you commit to the belief that there is a solution to getting better, and you are willing to accept the support provided to guide you towards peace, free from the grip of addiction.
The standard of rehab centre you chose will dramatically impact the pace and quality of your recovery.
What to consider when looking at potential facilities:
The treatment approach offered
Treatment methods vary based on the facility and individual’s needs, but can include:
- Alcohol and drug detox (not necessarily treatment, but a required step in recovery)
- Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT)
- EDMR Therapy
- PTSD Therapy
- Specialised therapy (eating disorder treatment, smoking cessation etc)
- Art Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Mindfulness, Meditation & Relaxation
- Family Therapy
Often, one treatment does not work alone, and the fastest and most successful treatments are those which incorporate several methods from the list above.
Treatment model / ethos
The centre must offer a clear, structured recovery model since you will need something to structure your recovery and guide you through difficult days even after you leave the facility.
The 12 step programme is a popular and effective method that the majority of addiction facilities utilise in one way or another.
Research shows that abstinence-based treatment works – the 12 step philosophy used by AA and NA has helped millions of people all over the world to recover.
Alcohol and drug addiction are chronic illnesses and abstinence from these mood-altering substances is considered necessary for a complete and long-lasting recovery.
The programme provides a guide that you can follow, a blueprint to help you through your process.
Does the facility offer residential rehab or outpatient only?
For those affected by addiction, residential rehab can be the most productive way to target these issues quickly and help you regain your life back. See success rates.
Residential rehabilitation centres offer continual support within an environment where you are supported by professionals 24/7, whereas outpatient treatment usually consists of daily or weekly meet-ups with an individual therapist or a support group.
How qualified are the staff?
Ensure the facility has accredited medical and mental health professionals and check the testimonials on their website for further evidence of how reliable the centre is.
What is the environment like?
Your surroundings drastically impact your mental health.
Often, drug and alcohol dependency can begin from a feeling of the need for some kind of “escape.”
If possible, you should prioritise finding a rehab centre located in an area where you will feel most comfortable, with access to the outdoors and open spaces.
How long will I stay there?
The duration of treatment is highly dependent on the individual case, but generally, treatment is between 4-6 weeks.
How much does it cost?
The Executive Rehab is committed to helping families and those struggling with depression, anxiety and substance abuse.
We offer many different ways to pay and our programmes have dedicated aftercare services to ensure long-lasting and safe recoveries.
What is post-treatment support?
Involvement of family/friends so you can fully be supported when you return home.
We are not treating just the patient but the whole family, help develop an aftercare plan so that you can be supported after you leave Castle Craig.
We are here as an ongoing resource in your life, you can come to talk to your therapist, aftercare groups, reunions, we care about recovery and want people’s lives to improve.
Castle Craig provides compassionate care to those suffering from alcoholism and other addictions, by treating the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of the disease.
They offer a holistic approach to treatment, providing cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based therapies.
In regards to the length of treatment, Castle Craig promotes the 90 days ‘Gold Standard’, which is the threshold for significant improvement.
However, each case is different and clients can opt for shorter stays – with many choosing a 28-day programme.
By combining our upbeat philosophy with ongoing psychological support, clients can redirect their energy towards the areas of their life that they feel are lacking and can uncover the feelings they may have been avoiding through addiction.
‘Recovery’ means altering behaviour and thought patterns, adopting and utilising guides that can help make dependency more manageable.
To recover is to find freedom from the habits that are taking over our lives, and connect back to our intended path, whether that be in our work roles, family roles or beyond.
Call 0808 274 5168 today. Get the help you need.
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Last Updated on April 28, 2021 by Alison