Rehab Addiction Treatment Centers
The Purpose of Rehab
Entering into a rehab facility is an important step toward helping individuals recover from an addiction and mental disorder. At Sprout Health Florida, we offer the highest quality treatment for individuals struggling with an addiction or mental disorder. To be able to offer great treatments on a consistent basis, we employ a wide variety of services, including: interventions, cognitive therapy, physical therapies, psychological treatments, detoxification, and behavioral treatments.
How We Help
We are able to help individuals seeking help, at any point in their life. To do so, we employ therapies that teach individuals to examine their behaviors and thought patterns, and then we help individuals condition each to allow them to make positive changes in their lives. These changes will help the individual remove all maladaptive behaviors that have led to their addiction, and have furthered their addiction.
Our Treatment Programs
To provide individuals with the best opportunity to sustain prolonged sobriety we treat the physical and mental symptoms that have affected their addiction, using treatments based in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been tried and proven successful at helping individuals overcome an addiction to alcohol and drugs. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy also helps individuals to learn a new way of thinking about themselves, the world, and the people surrounding them. Another benefit of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is it also teaches a way of reexamining one’s thought processes, how thoughts have affected the individual’s behavior, and how the thoughts are connected to the individual’s current state of being. The end goal of this process is to improve an individual’s cognitive abilities, and to help the individual focus on a solution to their issues, versus focusing on the negative aspects of their situation.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is helpful in alleviating:
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Substance abuse
- Maladaptive behaviors
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Helps
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is aimed at helping individuals improve their mental abilities, in order to better view their situation and to be able to improve the circumstances they are dealing with. CBT also teaches individuals how to avoid similar poor situations, and increases individuals ability to cope more effectively with problems that may come about in the future. To deal with problems, individuals are taught to break the issue down into smaller parts, where it is easier to manage the multiple aspects of the issue, and to find a solution that properly addresses each facet of the larger problem.
In breaking down the issue into smaller parts, it becomes easier for the individual to see how the separate portions relate to each other, and how each portion of the problem is affecting the individual. This process helps individuals to recalibrate the magnitude of many of their internal faculties, including: emotions, thoughts, and feelings. Extended substance abuse often causes those faculties to slip out of control, and cause an individual to lack the ability to regain control over them. Often when an individual begins to lose control of one, it adversely affects the others, causing the individual to rapidly lose control of the others.
To correctly determine which Cognitive Behavioral Therapies to employ for treatment, we must first perform a comprehensive assessment of all of the aspects that are affecting the individual’s current situation. The goal is to create a comfort zone, where individuals can receive a thorough treatment that addresses any issues that could possible cause the individual to relapse. To provide this opportunity for individuals, we employ the most passionate and caring staff members, who are happy to help each individual as they recover.
Group Therapy Sessions
Group therapy sessions are also offered to help individuals on their journey to sobriety because it provides many supportive benefits.It allows individuals to gain insights, share, learn, and build relationships with other individuals facing the same issues. Each member of the group understands that all information shared in these sessions is private, and is only discussed for therapeutic purposes. These private issues should never be discussed or shared outside of the group session, especially if they were shared by another individual inside of the group. These sessions allow the group, along with the therapist, to practice breaking problems down into separate parts to gain a better understanding of each part. This practice allows individuals to examine their thoughts and feelings, and the thoughts and feelings of other individuals, to better prepare for emotions and situations they may arise.
The strength of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is that it allows individuals to develop and practice skills that they will be able to call upon at any point in their lifetime. Thus, it helps to provide a stronger possibility that individuals will remain sober after the completion of our treatment program. Because of all the positive effects it produces, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is currently and will remain one of the most effective treatments for anxieties, anger, depression, and other mental disorders.
What to Bring to Rehab
To allow individuals to gain the most benefit from our program, and to stop individuals from hindering the process of other participants, we must limit the items we allow individuals to bring into our facility. Thus we do not allow any outside drugs or prescriptions. Understandably these two items must be banned because many individuals are at our facility to detoxify and remain sober from these items. We also don’t allow individuals to bring cellphone, laptops, tablets, or other similar devices that are noisy and connect to the internet, as they may interrupt and individuals treatment process.
What we do allow are clothing, shoes, sunglasses, and toiletries that are necessary to make an individual feel comfortable during their treatment. Minimizing the amount of the items brought in allows individuals to really focus on themselves, and their progress through our program.