* Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) : CBT has a strong level of empirical support for the treatment of substance abuse and alcoholism. CBT is a short-term, focused approach to help substance dependent individuals become abstinent from alcohol and other substances. CBT focuses on helping clients to a) RECOGNIZE the situations in which they are most likely to use drugs or alcohol; b) AVOID these situations when appropriate; and c) COPE more effectively with a range of problems and problematic behaviors associated with substance abuse. (group and individual sessions).
* Relapse Awareness : Learning the knowledge and skills to identify the warning signs and signals that may lead to a relapse, and how to deal with them
* Group Education : Topics include, for example: Stress Management; Diet—How Specific Foods are Beneficial in Recovery; The Effects of Alcohol and drugs on our Physical, Social and Mental Health; and Healthy Lifestyle – Healthy Mind
* Art Therapy : A creative activity and process that facilitates insight and resolution of personal issues, reduces stress, increases self-esteem and self-expression, and promotes self-awareness.
* Water Workout : Physical activity and fun in our beautiful pool!
* Your Life Story : a therapeutic activity for insight, change, and healing for efficient alcohol rehab treatment
* Group Sports : ., Water Polo, Swimming, Ping Pong, Thai Boxing / Kickboxing / Boxing
* Stress Management : Relaxation techniques and meditation, massage, and physical training
* Excursions : A wide range of activities are available locally, including: a day on the beach, island hopping, deep sea fishing, snorkeling, jungle trekking, as well as visiting temples
* Nutritious and Delicious Meals
* Aftercare : Aftercare plan: We’ll work with you on setting up aftercare for when you return home. We have a large network of aftercare specialists around the world who we regularly work with when it comes to alcohol rehab help. If you come from an area where we cannot locate a suitable therapist, we collaborate with several counselors who specialize counseling on the telephone or via video conference.
Last year, 20 Congress members asked the . Government Accountability Office to probe state and federal oversight of sober living homes. And a bill by Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Vista, would amend the Fair Housing Act to allow local and state governments to limit the number of rehab-related facilities in residential zones, “provided that the limitation is necessary to preserve the residential character of the area, allows for a reasonable number of such facilities … and does not place an overall cap on their number.” It would also require facilities get operating licenses or use permits, or satisfy a set of consumer protection standards.
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