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5
Aug

Psychotherapy and Alcohol Rehabilitation at Cape Town Rehabilitation Centres

Psychotherapy and Alcohol Rehabilitation at Cape Town Rehabilitation Centres   The two most common therapeutic approaches to alcohol rehabilitation are:   Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)   Overall, this article will give you all you need to know about Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), and Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), in relation to alcohol rehabilitation.   What is Cognitive

5
Aug

Body-mind Connection Approaches In Rehabs

Why do rehabs work with body-mind connection as part of recovery from substance abuse?   This guide will give you all you need to know about body-mind connection approaches in rehabs in just six minutes. Body-mind connection is vital for recovery from substance abuse and addiction. Essentially, mind and body are interrelated, meaning that changes in the one will facilitate

5
Aug

A guide to rehabilitation centres (Cape Town)

How do I find the best addiction rehabilitation centre in Cape Town for me?   Addiction is a disease of loss. You probably feel powerless and desperate as the damage caused by drugs and alcohol continue to grow. However, you are not alone in your fight against addiction. Deciding to go to rehab is the first step towards regaining control

28
Jul

Rehabs: Life Skills Are An Integral Part

Life Skills: An Integral Part in Rehabs Addiction has a way of taking over your life, leaving you to feel hopeless and in despair. And as you try to face your addiction, other challenges, like unhealthy family relationships or problems with work may get in the way. We teach life skills in rehab to help you overcome your addiction and

28
Jul

Rehabs: The Treatment of Cross Addiction

THE TREATMENT OF CROSS ADDICTION IN REHABS   Cross addiction is a complicated topic. Here is a guide of all you need to know about cross addiction, in just six minutes reading time.   You can prevent cross addiction.   Cross addiction or Addiction Interaction Disorder is commonly seen in rehabs and clinical practices. Cross addiction is the transfer of

28
Jul

The Rehabs’ Guide to Dealing with Ambivalence

The Rehabs’ Guide to Dealing with Ambivalence   This article helps you with dealing with the ambivalence, confusion and anxiety that comes with entering a treatment programme. It is important to give the rehab process everything you can to get the best result and ultimately become the best version of you.   What is Ambivalence?   Ambivalence is when a

28
Jul

Managing ambivalence in Alcohol Rehabilitation

Managing ambivalence in Alcohol Rehabilitation   Many people struggle to seek the help that they desperately need for alcohol addiction. It’s easy to get lost in the grips of alcohol dependence, and the painful realities that accompany this addiction. The idea of finally admitting that you have a problem can be anxiety provoking and filled with shame. This is what

28
Jul

Drug Refusal Skills and its Role in Rehabilitation Centres Cape Town

Developing Refusal Skills at rehabilitation centres Cape Town             When you begin your journey towards recovery when attending Rehabilitation centres Cape Town, one of the first things you will learn is to find out why you are drawn to a substance and how you can change this with drug refusal skills. What you will also

28
Jul

An Integral Part in Alcohol Rehabilitation: Communication Skills

Communication Skills: An Integral Part in Alcohol Rehabilitation   Communication skills plays an important role in the human experience. However, it is especially important for people who suffer from an addiction. To have good communication skills, you will have to learn how to communicate your needs effectively and assertively so that you are able to get your needs met without

28
Jul

Alcohol Rehabilitation Program

Rustenburg Addiction Care alcohol rehabilitation program : a safe and comfortable detox.   (What you can expect during phase 1 of your treatment)     The thought of not being able to consume alcohol may be terrifying. You may have previously experienced withdrawals and could be afraid that this might happen again; shakes, sweats, dehydration, delirium tremors, and even withdrawal