Critical Success Factors of Alcohol Rehabilitation
During the alcohol treatment, the therapeutic Team works the protective factors. As a result, this decreases the risk of relapse.
For this reason, the protective factors can support beneficial outcomes on the alcohol addiction treatment.
Structure and routine. The involvement of patients with activities in the alcohol rehab centre. As can be seen, these will teach positive behaviours and social interactions.
> In particular, they know what to expect each day, have things to look forward to, and keep busy.
Goal setting. Inpatients are accountable for their performance on attitudes and behaviours. In the long run, the therapeutic team helps them to set goals.
> Besides, they recognize the steps necessary to achieve them during the alcohol addiction treatment.
Build positive relationships. Create a trusting environment with open lines of communication. This gives, in general, inpatients somewhere to turn to discuss questions, concerns, and challenges.
> At the same time, builds positive relationships with parents, coaches and other peers.
They will feel supported and encouraged to succeed at the alcohol rehabilitation. These people can influence them to stay active and, thus, resist future alcohol use.
Therapeutic alliance. Specifically, this means an agreement between the inpatient and therapist on the goals of the alcohol treatment. Like the tasks to be undertaken and an emotional bond between both.
> Above all, feeling the things he/she does in therapy will make changes that he/she wants.
Family involvement. To understand better the alcohol problem and its causes, relatives are key stakeholders in therapy.
> Their involvement can help to reduce opportunities and relapse risk in the post-treatment.