Your UK Guide to Rehab: Helping you take control of your life.

For people with addiction problems, whether it is alcohol, drugs, gambling, work, social media, gaming or other mental health issues.

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What are the benefits of inpatient treatment?

The Executive Rehab Guide for the last 30 years has been connecting individuals to the best treatment and therapy programmes for suffers from depression, anxiety, grief and stress.

The pros of inpatient rehab

For more than 30 years, The Executive Rehab Guide has been providing essential advice, support and connecting people suffering from a range of issues such as depression, anxiety and stress to the right treatments.

We work with individuals and families to ensure long-lasting recovery, where the sufferer can take control and ownership of their lives.

“72.3% of our patients on a short-term stay achieved successful abstinence.”

The Executive Rehab Guide understand that each experiences depression and anxiety differently – we’re for the individual and our team of specialist doctors, nurses and therapists are committed to helping our visitors rebuild their lives in a healthy, safe and private environment.

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Although there are alternative treatments available, such as community support groups, individual therapy sessions, or medication for associated mental health issues etc, residential rehab is the most intensive form of alcohol and drug rehab treatment available.

This means that it is also generally the most effective treatment.

Inpatient rehab offers the highest likelihood of long-term abstinence and provides you with the tools and support you need, long after you complete your residency.

A quality residential rehabilitation centre will offer a safe environment with round-the-clock medical care and a dedicated personalised treatment plan.

Residential rehab is focused on abstinence from all drugs and alcohol. View luxury rehab centres here.

Executive rehab programmes

Outpatient rehab is sometimes the preferred option if individuals have work or family obligations they cannot opt-out of and would prefer to “continue with their life as normal” to some extent.

However, this is not always the best option, since the person remains in situations that often trigger the desire to drink or use.

If a person is working in a high-pressure, senior role, they may feel that taking time away from work might prove detrimental to their career.

However, some treatment organisations now offer executive rehab programmes designed for clients in such jobs.

For support for employers click here, or for the employee, rights click here.

Amenities, such as videoconferencing and secure internet access, can ensure that they remain closely in touch with the office and can fulfil most if not all of their professional obligations

Some further benefits of inpatient treatment include:

  • Easier to go “cold turkey” with the necessary professional, medical and peer support
  • Time and freedom to focus solely on YOU
  • Structured programmes mean less work for you to take on
  • 24/7 access to necessary support
  • No temptation of using alcohol or drugs
  • Ability to make new connections with those going through similar experiences
  • More options for therapy
  • Access to additional wellbeing elements e.g. yoga, exercise, nutrition

Click here for further advice on explaining the problem to your boss and your employee rights.

Castle Craig

Castle Craig is one of the world’s most renowned residential alcohol and drug rehab clinics and the UK’s only dedicated addiction treatment clinic with a 24/7 doctor and hospital standards.

They provide a holistic treatment approach and a comfortable place for individuals to target their dependencies and get better for good.

Castle Craig’s 4-6 week inpatient detox and therapy programme treat a wide range of addictions, including alcohol, drugs, opiate, prescription drugs, gambling addiction, dual-diagnosis disorder.

If you would like to find out more, contact the 24-hour helpline on 0808 231 1219.

Last Updated on June 15, 2022 by