Alcohol Addiction Treatment Addiction Treatment
Alcoholism and Alcohol Use Disorder
Alcoholism is the physical and mental addiction created by the excessive use of alcohol. How to know if someone needs a alcohol addiction treatment? When someone experience an uncontrollable urge to drink alcohol and the feeling that they cannot function without alcohol. This person may suffer from alcohol addiction disorder.
Alcohol is a depressant drug of the central nervous system that progressively inhibits brain functions. What do the latest scientific research on alcohol use show? Particularly binge drinking abusive use concentrated in a few hours by adolescents, can affect the central nervous system at different levels:
> It interferes with the development of the brain, limiting its future and individual potential.
> Affects the brain (hippocampus) zone related to memory and learning.
> In cases where the use produces symptoms of hangover or abstinence, it damages the memory, learning and planning of tasks.
Top executives and CEOs aren’t immune to alcohol addiction. The pressure and stress of high self-expectations leads to mental and physical exhaustion, burnout and alcohol-related economic damage. Alcoholic executives cost companies billions of dollars in lost productivity, increased health care expenses, work performance and legal diffilcties, thefts, fraud or company liability.
Did you know that alcohol abuse has consequences on physical and mental health?
As well on different areas of personal functioning – family, social, labour and legal?
Our Alcohol Addiction Treatment Works
If this a problem that you want and need to overcome, focusing on a recovery oriented to abstinence, Dianova can help you. Our intensive and personalized residential alcohol addiction treatment program, is here to help you reach your expectations, well-being and self-fulfilment.
In 2017, the results achieved in terms of our intervention are based on the improvement of the efficiency and adequacy of the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System. We highlight: the improvement of resources management, commitment and motivation of the Team.
On the other hand, the Quality Indicators reflect the positive perception from the Beneficiaries, by having their needs and expectations fulfilled.
Finally, they reinforce the increase of services reliability and credibility by the Families. And the trust and reputation of Public Entities.
Our Alcohol Addiction Treatment Program
Our therapeutic addiction treatment program for alcohol addiction is focused on the needs of each person. It is based upon a cognitive-behavioural approach, with a biopsychosocial focus. Through this approach, we seek to make the person self-aware of his/her alcohol problem. For international clients / inpatients the program is provided in english language.
Subsequently and throughout the course of treatment, it is intended that he/she obtain:
- new learning processes
- regain his/her self-esteem
- gain sense of responsibility
- and greater self-control, enhancing his/her own resources and capabilities to cope with the problem.
In a residential setting, we combine interpersonal relationships, the inpatients’ resocialization processes with therapeutic techniques and an array of educational interventions. The objective is to promote a comprehensive and abstinence-oriented recovery.
Life Before – During – After Treatment
To better understand how our intervention model, try to picture the Before – During – After in which relies the premises of our treatment program:
1. BEFORE the program in Therapeutic Community
> Disconnection with the Other. Drug use as the usual solution to overwhelming feelings. Or an escape of family or friends’ expectations. Use to solve problems of regulation of conduct, identity or integration.
2. DURING treatment in Therapeutic Community
>Upon entering the TC and begin to live with the peer group according to the rules of the program, the inpatients begin their reconnection with the Other. They initiate to manage their feelings and emotions, the resolution of problems of conduct regulation, the feeling of recognition of who I am. And the overcoming of the usual forms of interaction.
3. AFTER treatment in Therapeutic Community
>”I have changed 100%”. Through the structured narrative obtained on who they are and what they have gone through, inpatients become able to deal with experiences in a positive way. The regulation of change behaviour highlights the importance of speaking on a truly way about relapse prevention. Change of perception of Self and in relation to others. Desire to live: to have an apartment, to start work, to pay the bills, to return to school …
Briefly: Critical Success Factors of Treatment
For this, we focus on:
> Abstinence on a safe environment: restoring the physical and psychological balance begins with the abstinence of alcohol in a relaxing, safe environment;
> Behavioural analysis: based on the assumption that each behaviour has specific consequences and has underlying cognitive and social expectations.
> Pedagogy of daily life: by engaging in occupational activities, daily tasks and healthy management of leisure. We seek to promote personal structure and organization, as well as discovering other sort of activities that boost personal motivation and satisfaction
>Psychological support: engaging on psychotherapeutic groups and individual psychotherapy to promote cognitive, emotional and relational development and relapse prevention strategies
The results of this self-test should and must be used only as guidance for understanding your use of alcohol, alcoholaddiction and related health problems. A full evaluation and diagnosis must be completed by a health professional, in order to determine the most adequate counselling or inpatient treatment.