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Drug & Alcohol Rehab Bath

Addiction is a painful experience, not only for those in addiction personally but their friends and loved ones too.

Helplessness is a common feeling in facing this disease.

But that should not be equated with hopelessness.

You can start changing your world by changing how you think – about addiction, about you, and about what’s possible.

Addiction is a curable disease. The distressing feelings and irrational thoughts that chains you to addiction can be resolved.

To be realistic, of course, overcoming addiction is not achieved overnight. You need a good treatment programme, structured therapy help, and long term support, to successfully beat addiction.

Tolerance and Addiction

Addiction is quiet and can overcome defences in subtle ways. It usually starts as a harmless and innocent social act to seek pleasure.

With increasing tolerance and leniency to its harmful effects, it evolves to an uncontrollable compulsive act. It’s easy to lose discipline and control.

Before you know it, drugs or alcohol have taken over your life.

Abbeycare Clinics Serving Bath

Getting the best rehab programme is crucial to achieving lasting abstinence.

The rehab programme in Abbeycare Clinic is one of the best addiction treatments available in the UK.

From proven therapies and comprehensive aftercare plans, the clinic’s expert addiction professionals will help you and your loved ones through lasting recovery.

More than just a rehab centre, Abbeycare Clinic is itself a life-long recovery community.

It regularly holds social events and other activities designed to continually give hope and assistance to victims of drug abuse and people living a life of recovery.

Justification of Addiction

People who suffer from addiction are inclined to rationalize their problems.

These attempts to justify the wrong behaviour contribute to one’s procrastination to quit.

The top excuse to justify addiction is denial. Addiction is often downgraded to a mere trifling problem.

The next common defence is minimization. You claim that you already cut back on your alcohol or drug use.

Another pretext for addiction is a false analogy. You claim that some people are worse drinkers or users than you are.

Another is defiance. Your use of alcohol or drugs are merely ways to live life to the fullest.

Other customary justifications include claiming that drugs or alcohol have medicinal value, that the use of toxic substances is normal in certain cultures or places, or that even Jesus tolerated the drinking or wine or alcohol.

If you or your loved one have heard or used these age-old excuses, you should call for help now on 01603 513 091 before things get out of hand.

Dual Diagnosis

Dual diagnosis is a common case among people with addiction.

This pertains to a situation in which a person struggling with addiction simultaneously suffers from clinical depression or another psychological condition.
A dual diagnosis involves two different conditions that complement each other.

Depression feeds addiction and addiction feeds depression.

It requires a specialist therapist to break the cycle.

Abbeycare Clinic provides bespoke treatment programmes for patients with a dual diagnosis.

28-Day Addiction Treatment Programme

Abbeycare’s inpatient rehabilitation is a 28-day treatment programme.

This complete and intensive programme is designed for people suffering long-standing addictions and includes a comprehensive treatment programme.

Our 28-day programme features a safely managed detox procedure professionally performed by addiction healthcare experts.

Each resident client receives one-on-one therapeutic counselling from our professional therapists to help them understand the source of addiction.

Group work including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy work is facilitated for clients to gain mutual support and accountability.

The program includes family therapy to help and prepare families to manage addiction.

The programme also constitutes holistic therapies that seek to heal your body, mind, and spirit for a complete self-transformation.


  • Should I travel for rehab?

You don’t really need to travel far to seek rehabilitation.

What is more important is that you live in a supportive community and you stay away from your previous immediate environment while undergoing rehab.

This will allow you to focus better and achieve new scenery that will complement your transformation.


  • How do the best treatment programs help patients recover from addiction?

    The best treatment program to recover from addiction should safely cleanse your body from toxins and normalize back your body system without drugs or alcohol. It helps people determine the cause of their addiction and stop drug or alcohol abuse from the roots. It should facilitate the healing of people holistically in mind body and spirit. It should help a person in recovery to get back in the real world as a new person ready to take on the challenges in life.


  • What medications and devices help treat drug addiction?

Rehab centres use a variety of medications at different stages of treatment.

Medications are administered to treat withdrawal symptoms during detox.

Calming medication may also be used to help a client stay in treatment so that one can better focus especially during counselling.

Finally, there is also medication that helps reduce drug craving to prevent relapse.

Serving Bath & Surrounding Areas, including:

Lower WestonCamdenTwerton
WhitewayBear FlatLarkhall
Upper WestonSouthdownThe Oval
Odd DownPerrymeadWidcombe

How To Book

To book addiction treatment near Bath, call our admissions team direct on 01603 513 091, or request a callback, at a convenient time.


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