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Showcasing the Best Rehabs in the World. Handpicked and vetted on success rate, treatment modality, therapeutic environment, facilities, cost and value. These are The Worlds Best Rehabs. Delivering ultimate personalized treatment, with the goal of complete recovery.
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Codeine Addiction Codeine mimics the actions of endogenous opioids by binding to the opioid receptors at many sites within the central nervous system (CNS). Stimulation of mu-subtype opioid receptors results in a decrease in the release of nociceptive neurotransmitters such as substance P, GABA, dopamine, and noradrenaline. Codeine: What is it? Codeine falls into two categories of drugs. It is both an opioid and an antitussive. Codeine can be used to treat pain in an individual. When it is used to change the way in which the body feels pain, it is classed as an opioid. Codeine is also used in syrups and medications to suppress a cough. When used to suppress coughing, codeine is classed as an antitussive. Codeine can reduce activity in the part of the brain where the coughing response occurs. Codeine can also be found in combination with other medications including acetaminophen, aspirin, carisoprodol, and promethazine-codeine. These are often found in cold and cough medications. Codeine is powerful and can help an individual manage their flu and/or cold symptoms. The drug cannot treat the symptoms of colds and/or flus nor can it eliminate them. There is a common misconception that some powerful cold medicines can wipe away the symptoms an individual feels when under the weather. This is not true. There are some brand names used for codeine that include: Brontex (codeine, guaifenesin) Guiatuss AC (codeine, guaifenesin) Nalex AC (brompheniramine, codeine) Phenergan VC with Codeine (codeine, phenylephrine, promethazine) Robitussin AC (codeine, guaifenesin) Vanacof (codeine, dexchlorpheniramine, phenylephrine) What does codeine addiction look like? High doses of codeine can produce dangerous side effects. An individual can become addicted to the drug by using it routinely. It is likely an increase in dosage will occur over time. Codeine is like other opioids which depress the central nervous system, with users feeling relaxed, euphoric, drowsy, and calm as their heart rate slows. Most individuals become addicted to codeine by using it casually to begin with. Codeine Factsheet: Support the show (
Trazodone Addiction Trazodone is an common antidepressant sold and prescribed under brand names such as Desyrel, Desyrel, Dividose, and Oleptro. Trazodone is used to treat depressive disorders with or without a manifestation of generalized or acute anxiety. Trazodone is also used off-label to treat alcoholism and sleep disorders. Trazodone is known by a number of brand names including Desyrel, Dividose, Oleptro, and Desyrel. All of these brand names simply offer users the same antidepressant medication. Doctors prescribe Trazodone to patients suffering from depression. Trazodone isn’t simply used for mild or low forms of the mental disorder. The drug is prescribed to patients suffering from major bouts of depression that they struggle to overcome. Oftentimes, patients suffer anxiety along with depression and Trazodone can help both disorders. Along with depression, Trazodone can be prescribed to patients off-label to treat insomnia and alcoholism. Like other antidepressants, Trazodone is extremely addictive and users can become dependent on the medication. Trazodone is known as a selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor (SSRI). Drugs that fall into the SSRI category alter the brain’s chemical balance. Serotonin regulates emotions and people with low levels of it can experience depression and/or other mental disorders. Trazodone enables users to have more serotonin in their brains. The increased amount of serotonin enables users to be healthier and capable of overcoming disorders that produce depression, insomnia, and anxiety. How is Trazodone taken? Health practitioners can prescribe Trazodone in 25 mg, 50 mg, 100 mg, 150 mg, and 300 mg tablets. The medication is then taken orally and daily dosage is based on the user’s response to the medication. Patients should take Trazodone with food. Although addiction and dependency can be created by taking Trazodone, it is claimed to be relatively safe for users. Research has found Trazodone to be very effective in the treatment of depression and sleep disorders such as insomnia. Misuse is often the reason patients can experience addiction, withdrawal when they stop taking it, and death if they overdose on it. Although Trazodone is said to be safe, there is a risk of dependency on the drug. Patients who misuse Trazodone and do not take it as prescribed, addiction can be created. Trazodone addiction withdrawal Once a patient stops taking Trazodone, they can experience signs of depression that look similar to depression and anxiety. When medication is stopped suddenly, these signs increase. Due to stopping Trazodone, individuals have a deficiency of serotonin in their brain. The body should adjust to the lack of serotonin but until it does, individuals can feel uncomfortable. Signs of Trazodone addiction withdrawal Dizziness/Vertigo/Difficulty walking Lightheadedness Nausea/Vomiting Jittery Thoughts of suicide Lack of concentration Headaches Short temper/Irritability Cold/Goosebumps/Chills Depersonalization Trazodone users can avoid withdrawal by taking the medication as prescribed. Patients shouldn’t miss a dose as this can trigger withdrawal symptoms. Trazodone addiction withdrawal symptoms can begin just 24 hours after the last dose was taken and continue for up to three weeks. Tapering off the medication is the best way to end taking it. Trazodone Factsheet Support the show (
Oxycontin Addiction Oxy is a semi-synthetic opioid with an agonist activity on mu, kappa and delta receptors. Equivalence with regard to morphine is 1:2. Its effect commences one hour after administration and lasts for 12 h in the controlled-release formulation. Most of the drug is metabolized in the liver, while the rest is excreted by the kidney along with its metabolites. The two main metabolites are oxymorphone and noroxycodone. OxyContin Clinic: OxyContin is an extremely addictive and deadly drug. Over the last 25 years, OxyContin has become a go-to prescription pain-relief medication prescribed by doctors. However, due to its addictive nature, patients have become dependent on the medication. OxyContin has become a drug of choice as a highly efficient muscular-skeletal relaxant, acquired through legal and illegal means. OxyContin is an opioid derived from oxycodone. Due to its wide spread use as both a street drug and prescription pain medication, an opioid crisis has developed in several countries around the world. Since many patients, especially 20 years ago, received OxyContin through a prescription from their doctor, they had no idea just how addictive the medication is. It is prescribed for individuals suffering from extreme pain. In most cases, individuals have had no relief from non-opioid medications. Download OxyContin Addiction Factsheet OxyContin should only be used for constant, around the clock pain management. However, too often people have become dependent on it from using it for minor pain or recreation. Why is OxyContin Prescribed? When taken, OxyContin releases oxycodone over time to reduce pain and relax muscles. Some of the pain and injuries that doctors prescribe OxyContin for are: Arthritis Pain due to cancer treatment Long-term/chronic pain that individuals suffer around the clock The drug contains around 10 to 80 milligrams of oxycodone. The time-release formula in OxyContin allows for a maximum of 12 hours of chronic pain relief. Individuals who become addicted to OxyContin can become tolerant of the medication and take more pills throughout the 12-hour window. Patients with chronic pain praise OxyContin for its time-release formula allowing them to deal with pain throughout a day. Side Effects of OxyContin Some patients can experience an allergic reaction to OxyContin. Hives are a common reaction, but some people can also develop breathing difficulties, swelling in the face, mouth, and throat. Users should seek emergency medical help if they experience an allergic reaction. Opioid medications relax muscles and slow down breathing. Users can experience shallow breath and even stop breathing. Death can occur if an individual stops breathing after taking OxyContin. If an individual experiences any of these side effects, emergency medical personnel should be contacted immediately: Noisy breathing or sighing Shallow breath Stop breathing Slow/reduced heart rate Weak pulse Light-headed and/or feel like blacking out Confusion/dizziness Change in thoughts and/or behavior Convulsions and/or seizures Low cortisol levels Support the show (
Fentanyl Addiction Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid with analgesic and anesthetic properties. Fentanyl selectively binds to and activates the mu-receptor in the central nervous system (CNS) thereby mimicking the effects of endogenous opiates. Fentanyl is up to 100 times more potent than Pharmaceutical grade Morphine. It is a schedule II prescription drug usually prescribed for severe, disabling pain and pain after surgery. Fentanyl Rehab: In 2016, it was claimed that the drug Fentanyl is deadlier than heroin. It was a strong statement, but one that may not be too far off from being true. Fentanyl may not be a drug that is commonly known by the average person. Those that are familiar with it know that it is a very powerful opioid that users can become addicted to very quickly. When used appropriately, Fentanyl is a pain reliever that can be extremely affective helping patients. However, Fentanyl misuse can lead to long-term addiction and potentially death. Fentanyl and other synthetic opioids are the most common substances involved with overdose drug deaths in the United States of America. Over the course of a seven-year time span (2010 to 2017), the number of overdose deaths involving Fentanyl went from 14.3 percent to 59.8 percent. There exists a very is a small margin between the therapeutic dose and toxic dose, meaning that it’s very easy to overdose. Fentanyl acts rapidly inside the body and can cause respiratory distress and death much quicker than other drugs. What does Fentanyl do to the brain? Fentanyl allows individuals to feel pain relief because it binds to opioid receptors. These receptors are found in the brain where pain and emotions are controlled. Like any other drug, the brain evolves and adapts to the drug being taken. Sensitivity to the drug is then reduced and the tolerance to increases. Fentanyl causes brain dysfunction when taken for long periods. The dopamine receptors in the brain malfunction in individuals who misuse opioids. It makes users incapable of living without opioids. Fentanyl’s affects the brain in several ways: Extreme happiness Sleepiness/drowsiness Nausea/vomiting Uncertainty/confusion Constipation Lethargic/sedation Breathing problems Coma/unconsciousness Fentanyl Addiction Factsheet: Carfentanil Even though Fentanyl is one of the most potent drugs in the World, it’s not the most potent opioid on the planet. A derivative of Fentanyl called Carfentanil is mainly used to tranquilize elephants and large mammals weighing over 7,000 kgs. Carfentanil is estimated to be 10,000 times stronger than morphine and has zero medical use for humans. Treatment for Fentanyl Addiction? Experts stress there is no quick solution to Fentanyl addiction. Individuals cannot recover overnight and begin living life the way they did prior to taking it. It is a long road to recovery from Fentanyl addiction. The recovery process from opioid addiction typically takes one full year. Many recovering opioid users participate in medical maintenance schemes. The programs allow users to wean themselves off of Fentanyl or other opioids by taking methadone or buprenorphine. Medical maintenance programs are overseen by doctors whose job it is to help individuals get clean. Support the show (
Xanax Addiction Xanax is a widely prescribed and highly effective medicine that is used to treat anxiety. A variety of anxiety disorders can be treated with the use of Xanax including depression induced anxiety. Doctors have prescribed Xanax to patients to treat panic disorders, fears of situations and destinations, embarrassment, and helplessness. Is Xanax addictive? Xanax is highly addictive to patients regardless of using it correctly. The drug is a benzodiazepine medication and is fast-acting when consumed by patients. It can alter the brain significantly in just a short timeframe. Xanax is considered one of the most addictive medications in the benzodiazepine family. Long-term use and misuse of the drug makes it possible for people to become addicted to it. Although recreational users and individuals simply wanting to “take the edge off” misuse Xanax, it is more often misused by people with anxiety disorders. These individuals simply use the drug in an attempt to treat their anxiety issues. Xanax is so powerful and potent that its use can lead to dependency even if taken in a medical fashion. The first sign of dependency that users will notice is tolerance to the drug. Like other drugs, Xanax’s power stops working whether taken as prescribed or recreationally. Anxiety sufferers will experience symptoms once more and believe the only way to reduce them is to take larger doses of Xanax. The brain becomes more reliant on Xanax forming addiction and dependency. Xanax addiction creates a craving for the drug. It is a mental addiction that prevents the user from taking their mind off of the drug until they consume it once more. Individuals should refrain from quitting cold turkey and seek professional medical help to stop their dependency on Xanax. Quitting Xanax is incredibly difficult due to the control it has on a person’s mind. Withdrawal from Xanax can be stressful and explosive. It can affect the mind greatly as the brain becomes dependent on the drug. Individuals can experience periods of insomnia, depression, paranoia, and irritability. Medical detox allows medical professionals to treat most symptoms of Xanax withdrawal. Up to 44% of benzodiazepine users become addicted and dependent on the drug they take, according to the Journal of Addictive Behaviors. Does Xanax cause physical addiction? Xanax has a strong effect on the mind and users struggle to stop thoughts of the drug. Physical addiction is also possible for individuals who misuse Xanax. Physical withdrawal symptoms also occur when individuals stop using Xanax. Some of the most common withdrawal symptoms include: Blurred vision Continuous sweating Convulsions/shakes Vomiting Nausea Headaches As a person’s body becomes used to the drug, physical addiction develops and becomes more apparent. A lack of Xanax in the body can cause a person to feel achy and in pain. The more the body processes the drug out, the more serious the physical symptoms are. Individuals often try to detox without medical help. This can send many people to the emergency room as they are unable to cope with the intense withdrawal symptoms. Over-the-counter drugs can be used to treat some symptoms but not all. A medically supervised detox is preferable either in a hospital setting or a specialist Xanax rehab facility. Xanax Factsheet Support the show (
Vicodin Pharmacology Vicodin contains 500 milligrams of acetaminophen and five milligrams of hydrocodone. It comes in several forms including syrup, capsule, and tablet. Doctors prescribe Vicodin for individuals suffering from various forms of pain. Vicodin is a popular painkiller that has been glamorized over the years by films, television shows, and literature. Adding to Vicodin’s popularity is the use of it by celebrities in their private lives and at one time, it seemed to be the prescription of choice by many doctors seeking to help patients living in pain. Unfortunately, many of the individuals who called upon Vicodin for help found themselves addicted to the painkiller. The painkiller can trace its roots back to the 1890s when the first medical use of acetaminophen was recorded. It wasn’t until 1978, however, that German pharmaceutical company Knoll combined acetaminophen with hydrocodone to create Vicodin. Overnight, a wonder painkiller drug was created and by the 1990s, it was used by everyone seeking to be free of pain to individuals looking for a prescription drug as a high. Vicodin contains 500 milligrams of acetaminophen and five milligrams of hydrocodone. It comes in several forms including syrup, capsule, and tablet. Doctors prescribe Vicodin for individuals suffering from various forms of pain. Originally, it was used by patients as an alternative when other options didn’t work. However, there was a time when doctors prescribed Vicodin without weighing other pain-relief options and patients grew dependent on it. Hydrocodone is sold under the brand name Vicodin, along with Norco, Lortab and others. All brands contain the same active ingredient, the opioid analgesic, oxycodone, as well as the active ingredients of Vicadin. Some people with hydrocodone addiction have an addiction to opioids that have similar effects in sufficiently large quantities, including morphine, codeine and heroin. This type of preference has both practical and psychological reasons, the researchers say. Hydrocodone binds to pain receptors in the brain, specifically known as Mu opioid receptors. If it binds to these receptors, pain signals are weakened or completely blocked. Mu opioid receptors are also responsible for the positive aspects of drug use, and when used repeatedly, the effects of opioids on the frontal cortex weaken the brain’s ability to make decisions and regulate mood. When people try to stop or reduce the use of Vicodin, they find out how dependent their bodies have become on painkillers. It also introduces the feeling of “good” sensations or euphoria caused by opioids, which also encourages people to take the drug again. How to Treat Vicodin Addiction? Individuals experiencing Vicodin dependency should speak with their doctor. Users should talk to their doctors about reducing their Vicodin consumption. Patients may be prescribed a medication to help ease potential withdrawal symptoms. Some patients may be advised to take a tapered approach to end their dependency on Vicodin. Long-term Vicodin users should seek medical detox to wean themselves off of the addictive drug. Medication-assisted treatments (MAT) are available to users seeking to end their dependence on the drug. Methadone and buprenorphine are used as replacements for opioids. Vicodin Factsheet Support the show (
Castle Craig Hospital has a total of 120 beds on campus where guests share triple rooms for both sexes. There is an extended nursing area with over 100 full-time carers and a long-term care facility with extended nursing facilities. Built over 200 years ago, the castle is surrounded by lush greenery, including trees and manicured gardens. Private rooms are also available, with private rooms for up to four people in a single room. The common area consists of matching red walls and large windows covered with ornate curtains. There are antique coffee tables and oriental rugs, and there is a large dining room with an antique table and chairs and a small dining table. The extended care area includes a cottage with a separate dining room, and guests are served three healthy meals and nutritious snacks daily. The continental breakfast includes fresh fruit, eggs, oatmeal and oatmeal. Dinner favorites are chicken, turkey, beef, lamb, pork, fish, chicken and fish supper Fridays. Before treatment, each patient is subjected to a comprehensive evaluation and receives an individual treatment plan. Mobile phones and laptops are checked upon arrival, and telephone privileges and access for home computers are limited. Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT), which includes Suboxone and Librium, is available and is used at Castle Craig, where a Minnesota model targeting abstinence is used. Detox periods vary, but are typically between four and ten days, and customers are monitored around the clock. If necessary, they can be re-evaluated and the detox time varies. In the first phase of care, four to five clients are assigned to a team of ten therapists. Each client takes part in a three-day group and the treatment lasts between six and ten weeks. The weekly treatment includes three to four sessions a week, three days a week for three weeks, with weekly follow-up examinations. There is also a women's group dealing with gender issues, and there are also sessions for men and women on topics such as depression, anxiety, depression and anxiety disorders. These issues are the subject of the first phase of care at Castle Craig Hospital and the second phase. Dual diagnosis care is available and residents in need of care are moved to a hut for up to six weeks. There are 34 staff, including nurses, doctors, social workers, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nurses and nurses. Treatment at Castle Craig Hospital is considered through evidence-based procedures such as applying a combination of physical and mental health, as well as social and psychological support. Clients can also participate in video conferencing sessions with therapists and follow-up care at locations in London and Amsterdam, Holland. Residents undergo hyperbaric oxygen therapy in an oxygen chamber that looks like a submarine. Clients inhale pure oxygen under pressure, and clients can inhale and exhale into the pressure chamber for up to 30 minutes at a time. Castle Craig Facilities Other alternative therapies include art, drum and horse therapy, and there is a gym available, although exercise is also an important part of the program. Castle Craig is a 12 Step Facility Support the show (
The Cabin Rehab Thailand Those who are looking for geographical orientation when it comes to getting sober will not be disappointed in the Cabin Chiang Mai. The rehab on the banks of the Ping River treats clients from all over the world with a variety of addictions. Although it has only been open since 2009, it has already earned a reputation as one of the most popular rehab centers in Thailand. The Cabin Rehab is a luxurious residential facility specializing in the treatment of men and women who struggle with co-occurring mental illnesses. Over 2,000 clients have been treated in the hut in the last five years, with a total of 1,500 beds available for treatment. Nicknamed "Betty Ford of Asia," Cabin Chiang Mai takes a multi-faceted approach to care that combines evidence-based therapy with a healthy and comprehensive rehabilitation experience. In addition to a psychiatrist on site, medication management is also available for patients who require double diagnostic support in the event of simultaneous disorders. Located in the foothills of northern Thailand, Cabin Chiang Mai offers a luxurious living experience in a remote mountain resort. Located just a few kilometers north of the capital Bangkok, guests can enjoy a quiet atmosphere that is ideal for relaxing on their trip. The campus also features many amenities, including a fully equipped fitness center, a gym and an outdoor swimming pool. Although the rehab has 120 beds, guests enjoy access to a variety of amenities including a swimming pool, spa, sports hall, pool house, gym and spa. The Chiang Mai lodge offers delicious cuisine and guests enjoy three healthy meals a day at the restaurant. Clients treated in Cabin Chiang Mai undergo a comprehensive admission evaluation to help the team design the most effective treatment plan that is tailored to the specific needs and goals of each individual. The treatment in the cabin is based on the 12 steps. Mindfulness, meditation and therapeutic fitness also play a central role and can be treated within the individual treatment plan of each resident. Detox and other medical needs are provided by other doctors commuting out of town. The cabin consultants are trained and accredited in the UK and Australia and deal with a wide range of medical and mental health issues including depression, anxiety, depression and anxiety disorders. The daily routine is very structured and clients usually complete the first three steps before leaving for treatment. Group therapy meets twice a week, therapy takes place twice a week and there are also written assignments. Exercise is more than just an activity in the cabin, it is an integral part of the treatment, and this can include a personal trainer. Individuals also take part in holistic therapy, which includes yoga, meditation, yoga and yoga classes and physiotherapy. Residents are also drawn to the huts for a variety of holistic therapies such as acupuncture, massage, chiropractic, acupuncture and massage therapy and even acupuncture. The Cabin Chiang Mai is located in a beautiful resort in the north of Thailand and is a luxurious residential treatment experience. There is also an online follow-up program for those who wish to stay longer in Chang Mai, as well as a free three-day program. The Cabin Rehab, Address: A, 296/1 Moo 3 T, Huai Sai, Mae Rim District, Chiang Mai 50180, Thailand The Cabin Rehab, Phone: +66 52 080 720 Support the show (
Addcounsel Rehab Review Situated in London, Addcounsel is a five-star rehab center featuring a four-stage recovery plan. Addcounsel provides treatment for individuals 16-years-old and up. What makes Addcounsel such a highly sought-after rehab center, other than its amazing five-star amenities and fantastic location, is it only admits one client at a time. The one client in-take enables Addcounsel’s staff to fully focus on helping an individual recover from their addictions. Addcounsel provides care for individuals suffering from alcohol and drug addiction, eating disorders, mental health disorders, and behavioral addictions such as gambling. The rehab center is located in the Mayfair area of London, an upscale spot in the English capital not far from Hyde Park. Founded in 2016, Addcounsel is still very new and with its one person at a time occupancy, only a select few clients have experienced its recovery system. The exclusivity of Addcounsel is one of the leading reasons clients seek it out. In addition, the privacy that high-profile individuals receive is unparalleled. Male and female clients are treated at Addcounsel, and the expert staff on-site are capable of working with clients in a variety of languages including English, Arabic, French, Russian, and Mandarin. Treatment at Addcounsel is typically six weeks, however, recovery can last longer. Treatments are overseen by a recovery manager who takes clients from the beginning stages of their stay up to the end. Therapy sessions, fitness classes, and wellness guides are just some of the aspects of treatment clients experience during their six-week stay at Addcounsel. A 24-hour staff is on hand to give clients everything they need from meals to cleaning to laundry services. Support the show (
The Dawn Rehab in Thailand The Dawn is one of the world's leading treatment centers for addiction, mental health and substance abuse. It provides evidence based treatment techniques for people struggling with addiction. The Dawn offers a wide range of treatment options such as psychotherapy, psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, acupuncture, massage, yoga, meditation and yoga classes. The Dawn accommodates a maximum of 30 clients at a time and up to 30 of them in luxurious private rooms. Each room has a private bathroom, a private shower and a private toilet with private shower. Mobile phones and laptops are allowed and a daily maid and laundry service is also available. The common area includes a spa, swimming pool and fitness area with pool, sauna, fitness center, gym and gym with private shower. All meals are prepared on site and served in stylish restaurants equipped with servers, bed linen and fine china. Dinner includes appetizers, main course and dessert, and guests can also enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and lunch in the dining room, as well as lunch and dinner throughout the day. Traditional Thai and Western dishes, as well as locally produced food, are served with each meal. The Dawn stays start with an assessment and an individual treatment plan and end with a visit to the treatment center. The duration of treatment can range from one to three months, depending on the client, and those in need are prescribed medication to relieve withdrawal symptoms. If a detox is necessary, they must be treated until they are physically stable and under medical supervision. They are treated for as long as possible, even if they need to be detoxified. As already mentioned, dual diagnosis support is also offered for people with co-occurring disorders. In addiction therapy, The Dawn Rehab uses the so-called "twin pillars" approach. Essentially, the pillars are traditional methods of a holistic approach, but with a new twist: they focus on two pillars: the physical and the psychological. Clients spend the day in a session based on CBT, where they are assigned a counsellor and participate in group therapy twice a day. AA and NA Meetings are available on site on weekdays, and on weekends AA or NA Meetings are open to all. At the end of the treatment there is a shift to relapse prevention, and the daily routine also includes guided meditation, yoga, meditation classes and other activities. I The Dawn Rehab employs a full-time team of therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals. The majority of the team is trained abroad and has completed its training in facilities in Europe, the USA and Australia. Each member is licensed in their area of expertise and has a bachelor's degree in mental health, psychology or any other related field. The Dawn's aftercare program offers continuous therapy by recommending trained professionals in the area where the client lives. Aftercare clients can participate in 12-step meetings, pursue new hobbies, participate in charity events and pursue a new hobby. The prize includes a one-year membership in the institution and a free visit to the home of a loved one. The Dawn Rehab, Address: 5/5 Moo 5, Nongtong, Hangdong, Chiang Mai 50340 The Dawn, Phone:+66 063 048 4877 Support the show (
The Meadows Rehab For over 40 years, the Meadows has been treating clients and its longevity in the rehab industry proves it is one of the best rehab centers available, for those looking for a certain traditional style of recovery. The Meadows is one of the most prominent luxury rehab centers in the United States. It is a center that has helped thousands of people recover from addiction and set them on a path of living without barriers. Situated in Wickenburg, Arizona, the Meadows covers 14 acres of gorgeous desert real estate. The luxury rehab center makes great use of its desert surroundings and offers a southwest oasis just 50 miles outside of Phoenix. Guests will find a range of treatments aimed at ending their addictions to drugs and alcohol, sex addiction, and eating disorders. The Meadows also offers treatment for anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Treatment plans include equine-assisted therapy, yoga, acupuncture, Tai Chi, and expressive arts therapy. The luxury rehab resort aims to heal the body and mind during a guest’s stay through tough love and plenty of physical fitness. The Meadows has a long history of treating patients. Celebrities and well-known individuals have sought out its expert staff to help treat their addictions. For over 40 years, the Meadows has been treating clients and its longevity in the addiction industry proves it is one of the best rehab centers available. Celebrity Clients Selena Gomez, singer, actress: Burn out Elton John, singer: Substance abuse Alanis Morisette, singer: Substance abuse Ronnie Wood, musician: Substance abuse Michael Phelps, Olympic swimmer: Alcohol addiction Tiger Woods, professional golfer: Substance abuse John Galliano, fashion designer: Alcohol addiction Elle Macpherson, model: Depression Kate Moss, model: Substance abuse Donatella Versace, fashion designer: Substance abuse Treatment at The Meadows The Meadows treats of a variety of addictions including drug and alcohol, sex, PTSD, depression, and eating disorders. The treatment facility’s expert staff have designed a non-traditional 12-step program that uses other elements including a number of holistic therapies and CBT. The Meadows offers an on-site detox and comprehensive aftercare, and offers a well-coordinated approach to addiction, with an emphasis on Dual Diagnosis and co-occurring mental health disorders. Upon admission and after detox individualized the world class treatment team put together a truly individualized plan based on addressing physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs, with the ultimate goal of long term recovery. The Meadows Rehab has the capacity, skills and expertise to deliver a broad range of therapies with a 360 degree treatment view. Clients at The Meadows can expect to benefit from Group Therapy, EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Equine Therapy, Yoga, Acupuncture, Mindfulness, Meditation, Neurobehavioral Therapy Treatment philosophy and modality is shaped by Senior Fellows from the addiction treatment industry, who are each a World renowned expert pioneer in their own right. The Meadows of Wickenburg, 1655 N Tegner St,Wickenburg,Arizona-AZ 85390, Telephone No.+1 877-800-5810 Support the show (
Crossroads Antigua Set on the gorgeous Caribbean island of Antigua, Crossroads is one of the most unique rehab centers available. It was created by legendary musician Eric Clapton after he began spending time on the island during his own recovery. Crossroads Antigua has a unique distinction that separates it from other drug and alcohol rehab centers around the globe. It was founded by legendary rock musician Eric Clapton to provide residents with therapeutic, supportive care in a safe environment. Crossroads is situated on the beautiful island of Antigua. Guests of the five-star luxury rehab center can expect to spend their days in an island paradise while recovering from addiction. Clapton founded Crossroads as a non-profit organization in 1998 on Antigua after regularly visiting the island for rest, relaxation, and recuperation. The famed musician realized that spending time on the tropical island improved and inspired him. Crossroads creation was to do the same for others who struggle with addictions to drugs and alcohol. Crossroads is based on a 12-step treatment program. While many luxury rehab centers have moved away from traditional 12-step treatment programs, Crossroads has continued to use it to provide healing for individuals seeking solace. The rehab center doesn’t just rely solely on its 12-step program, however. Crossroads uses evidence-based recovery models and holistic treatment practices to give clients a well-rounded experience. Crossroads Antigua accommodation Guests can wake up every morning with beach views and can reach the sea in just a few minutes. The natural surroundings offer residents the chance to explore the local area and organized activities are provided. The rehab center is similar to a resort in look and feel. Guests will find casita style living quarters with private and shared rooms. Private rooms come furnished with queen sized beds, while shared rooms have double beds. Each room has its own en suite bathroom, a desk and chair, wardrobe, and patio to spend evenings outside upon. Residents will find a swimming pool, communal living room, lounge and outdoor space available. Crossroads Antigua Privacy Guests will find that the entire facility offers privacy like few other rehab centers. Crossroads sits on 25 acres of pristine Antiguan land. Residents are treated by expert staff and enjoy a well-structured day of activities to put them on the road to recovery. Crossroads Antigua, Willoughby Bay,St. John's,Antigua & Barbuda-00200, Telephone No.+1 268-562-0035 Support the show (
All Points North Rehab The All Points North Rehab campus is 77,000-square-feet and sits on 30 acres of lush Colorado mountainside. All Points North offers swimming pools, a state-of-the-art gym, and wellness spa. Set in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, All Points North Rehab is a comprehensive wellness campus that aims to end the addiction issues guests deal with. The luxury rehab center located in Edwards, Colorado opened in 2019 and offers visitors the chance to recover from addiction and behavioral disorders in the in cool mountain air. All Points North Rehab provides four different treatment routes including trauma-integrated addiction treatment, immersive workshops, concierge medicine, and athletic mental health. The lodge provides curated treatment plans to give visitors optimal recovery. According to All Points North, the luxury rehab center is rewriting the rules on recovery programs. Guests can expect to receive comprehensive treatment by a world-class team of medical professionals, mental health clinicians, nutritionists, and fitness trainers. The combination of the four elements allows All Points North Rehab to treat the entire patient rather than just a portion. All Points North Rehab accommodation All Points North offers an assortment of world-class accommodation. Guests can choose between shared and private rooms. They can also select a private home option that comes complete with a personal staff that waits on guests hand and foot throughout their stay. Guests will enjoy plush comforters and pillows, separate showers, complimentary toiletries, in-room refrigerators, complimentary Wi-Fi, televisions, mountain views, evening turndown service, and room service. Clients can also choose the Executive Suite which gives them the chance to live in the privacy of a home on the campus’ grounds. The private home is owned by All Points North and all temptations are removed from the home allowing guests to recovery in a completely private setting. The owners of All Points North have invested $20 million into the campus to turn it into a world-class wellness and recovery resort like no other. All Points North Cost The luxury comprehensive wellness and personal development campus offers a 28-day stay to guests with options for shared and private accommodation. Clients can also experience the wellness rehab center at an All Points North Rehab owned home. Shared accommodation – $49,000 Private accommodation – $69,000 Private homes (staffed with personal chefs, dieticians, concierges, chauffeurs, and professional security teams) – $100,000 What is it like at All Points North Rehab? A day at All Points North is whatever a guest makes of it. Guests can enjoy breakfast in their rooms or in a communal dining area. After starting the day off with a solid breakfast, guests can enjoy their sessions with the experienced medical team at All Points North. Athletic training session with personal trainers or enjoying a trip to the wellness center’s spa in the afternoon is a great way to continue the recovery process. The luxury rehab center gives clients the chance to enjoy guest speakers through a program known as the Speaker Series. Speakers share a variety of experiences and knowledge to clients staying at All Points North. A variety of outdoor activities are also held throughout the All Points North recovery program. 2205 Cordillera Way, Edwards, Colorado 81632, US Support the show (
Newport Academy Offering clients the chance to become clean and sober is just part of Newport Academy’s appeal. Residents are able to gain high school credits and prepare for college through classes at the five-star center. Newport Academy was founded in 2009 by Jamison Monroe for teenagers dealing with drug and alcohol addiction. Monroe had dealt with his own addiction issues and founded Newport Academy in his late 20s.The luxury rehab center offers treatment to individuals 12- to 18-years old. Newport Academy treats teens suffering from addiction and other disorders through tailor-made recovery programs. The residential rehab facility treats multiple issues including eating disorders, depression, and suicidal ideation in addition to alcohol and drug addiction. The original Academy facility is situated in Orange, California. The residential treatment center is incredibly unique as teenagers can gain fully transferrable high school credits. It allows fellows to both gain sobriety and improve their chances of graduating from high school. The original facility resides in a Spanish-style home surrounded by lush gardens. A horse stable is located on the grounds allowing residents to experience equine therapy during a stay. Newport Academy hosts a maximum of 12 fellows at one time. The luxury rehab center offers placement for six boys and six girls at a time, and segregates residents by gender to allow gender-specific treatment. Newport Academy’s focus on education makes it unique compared to other teen treatment facilities. The rehab center has a sober high school with a one staff member to three student ratio. Students can attend the sober high school without attending Newport Academy’s residential program. The rehab center’s residents are segregated on different campuses where they receive college prep classes, high school curriculum classes, and GED lessons from fully licensed teachers. Special programming is offered by the academy’s sober high school to keep students from relapsing. Newport Academy hosts 12 residents at one time. Six boys and six girls can stay on the premises and are segregated on the campus with approximately a mile separating them. Upon arrival residents are paired together as roommates. Each pair is put together based on similar ages. Residents can have their rooms upgraded during a stay with twin beds and queen sized available. Residents are provided gourmet meals created by professionally trained chefs. Newport Academy aims to reduce residents sugar intake and monitors the sweet treats offered. Caffeine is limited and coffee is one item that is forbidden at the rehab center. Residents should expect healthy foods 24/7. Newport Academy Specializations Alcohol addiction Cannabis addiction Game addiction Drug addiction Social media addiction Gambling addiction Prescription drugs Anxiety disorder & Panic attacks Eating disorder Trauma ADHD ADD Conduct disorder (CD) Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) Newport Academcy,Newport Academy,Orange,California-92869,Telephone No.+1 833-979-0378 Support the show (
The Banyans Rehab in Brisbane QLD, Is It Worth The Money or Not? 12-Step Rehab in Australia All treatments are personalized and each client is treated differently than the other guests on-site. The Banyans Rehab ensures there is no one plan to fit all the addictions and mental health issues of its clients. A family-like atmosphere is created thanks to the center’s small community of guests and dedicated staff. What is a day like at the Banyans Rehab? The Banyans is an immaculate facility with a spacious outdoor space allowing guests to lounge around its infinity swimming pool that looks out onto the Brisbane countryside. A gym is situated inside the facility allowing guests to work out during their stay. A cinema room is on-site giving guests the chance to mingle and watch films. Most guests remain at the Banyans for around 28 days. However, the length of stay is determined by the guest. New arrivals are introduced to the rehab center’s daily schedule right away. The daily schedule consists of mealtimes, educational classes and sessions, and individual therapy. Guests will meet with therapists privately which increases the family-like atmosphere former clients have praised. Clients may undergo a variety of treatment techniques including CBT, Motivational Interviewing (MI), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and relapse prevention. The Banyans Rehab Specializations Meth Addiction Sex Addiction Smoking Cessation Depression Anxiety Spending Addiction Anger Heroin Addiction Chronic Pain LSD Addiction Opiod Dependence Chronic Relapse Gaming Addiction Self Harm Alcoholism Treatment Anger Management Schizophrenia Anorexia Bulimia Cocaine Addiction Synthetic Drugs Banyans Rehab Facilities Fitness Swimming Sports Access to Nature High School Nutrition 12 Step Meetings Hiking Movies Treatment Options Pscyhoeducation Meditation & Mindfulness Equine Therapy Art Therapy Music Therapy CBT Nutrition Goal-Oriented Therapy Acupuncture Dialectical Behavior Therapy Eye Movement Therapy (EMDR) Narrative Therapy Relapse Prevention Counseling Twelve Step Facilitation Family Program Nutrition Group Therapy Spiritual Care The Banyans Rehab Aftercare Outpatient Treatment Support Meetings Professional Re-entry Support Follow-up Sessions (online) Family Follow-up Counseling Fitness Sessions The Banyans Rehab 6/10 Market St,Brisbane City,Australia-QLD 4000, Telephone No.+61 1300 226 926 Support the show (
The Edge specializes in intensive athletic training to engage its fellows. The rehab center’s expert team knows mere words are not enough to help individuals recover from their addictions. Therefore, adding intensive athletic training to the daily routine allows each person to learn to trust themselves and others. Confronting challenges head on while pushing themselves to the limits allow individuals to understand their bodies and minds in new ways. It is an approach that goes beyond the typical 12 step program that so many recovery centers base their work around. Clients are matched with a therapist who works with them to understand the root of addiction. Intense therapy sessions allow clients to learn more about their addictions and how to overcome them. Meanwhile, the Edge’s athletic trainers work with each client to compete sports-based activities around the center and in the local Chiang Mai wilderness. The Edge Rehab Specializations Alcohol addiction Game addiction Drug addiction Gambling addiction ADHD ADD Conduct disorder (CD) Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) Self Esteem Self-Harming Aggressive behaviour The Edge Rehab Facilities Swimming Yoga Boxing Airport Transfers Access to Nature Outdoor Dining Walking Trails Nutrition Outdoor lounge Fitness Hiking Movies The Edge Rehab Treatment Options Meditation & Mindfulness Art Therapy CBT Individual therapy Group therapy Nutrition Goal-Oriented Therapy Trauma Processing A challenging outdoor program Psychiatric consultation Relapse Prevention Counseling Cognitive therapy Effective therapy for addiction Family coaching & counselling Emotion/aggression regulatio The Edge Rehab Aftercare Outpatient Treatment Support Meetings Professional Re-entry Support Follow-up Sessions (online) Family Follow-up Counseling Recovery Coach Support the show (
Yes We Can offers a 10-week program with a strong focus on intensive daily sports activities. These activities help teach fellows self-esteem and limits destructive behaviors. Clients can experience the clinic’s positive group dynamics program and have the opportunity for total recovery from destructive behavior and process addiction. Yes You Can Youth Clinics Facilities The clinic’s facility is set on 17 acres and occupies a 13th century castle that has been turned into a luxury rehab getaway. Each day, clients will enjoy the great outdoors and the multiple activities set up around the grounds of the clinic. Situated on the outskirts of Hilvarenbeek, Netherlands, Yes We Can offers activities in the gorgeous Dutch outdoors. Clients can explore the local landscape and get away from their normal surroundings at the clinic. Clients will find 10 luxurious double bedrooms with breath-taking views of the local countryside. Each bedroom comes complete with an en suite bathroom. Fellows are supervised 24/7 at the luxury rehab center. Yes We Can Clinic Treatment Specializations Alcohol addiction Cannabis addiction Game addiction Drug addiction Social media addiction Gambling addiction Prescription drugs Sex addiction Anxiety Anxiety disorder & Panic attacks Eating disorder Borderline Trauma ADHD ADD Conduct disorder (CD) Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) Self Esteem Self-Harming Aggressive behaviour Anti-social behaviour Avoidant behaviour Impulsive behaviour Lying and manipulating Yes We Can Clinic Facilities Tennis Court Swimming Gardens Airport Transfers Access to Nature Outdoor Dining Walking Trails Nutrition Outdoor lounge Fitness Hiking Movies Yes We Clinic Treatment Options Pscyhoeducation Meditation & Mindfulness Art Therapy Music Therapy CBT Individual therapy Group therapy Nutrition Goal-Oriented Therapy Narrative Therapy Trauma Processing A challenging, various sports- and outdoor programme Psychiatric consultation Relapse Prevention Counseling Cognitive therapy Effective therapy for addiction Family coaching & counselling Emotion/aggression regulation Yes We Can Clinics Aftercare Outpatient Treatment Support Meetings Professional Re-entry Support Follow-up Sessions (online) Family Follow-up Counseling Recovery Coach Support the show (
Prive Swiss Detailed Review The clinic was founded in 2008 by famed private rehab entrepreneur Heidi Kunzli. She created the Beau Monde Transformational Recovery and Executive Renewal program in 2001 and shortly thereafter thanks to its success, opened the ultra-chic Swiss clinic. Kunzli’s growing reputation for turning around the lives of clients led her to found the Privé-Swiss center offering an exclusive rehab experience to guests. Privé-Swiss’s luxurious facilities are located on the Connecticut shoreline. It offers guests an experience a world away from the typical rehab center. Guests to the clinic will be transported to a five-star resort on the Atlantic Ocean complete with gym to rebuild their bodies and minds. Privé-Swiss’s beachfront location allows guests to experience the renewing sensation of the sea. The rehab center is focused on working with celebrities and powerful CEOs. Some of the guests that stay at Privé-Swiss are high-profile businessmen and women seeking an escape from the stress of their work. Due to the large clientele of well-paid CEOs, Privé-Swiss offers an Executive Burnout recovery program. Celebrities have sought out Privé-Swiss to get away from the spotlight and living a life that must always be “on”. What is a day at Privé-Swiss like? All programs at Privé-Swiss are customized by the clinic’s expert staff. There is no one size fits all solution to an individual’s mental health problems and that is why Privé-Swiss offers a number of ways to help guests recover. Guests at Privé-Swiss experience private and exclusive treatment programs. Each is tailored to individual needs. Guests can choose from different bespoke programs including Psychological and Emotional Treatment Programs, Clarity Program (perfect for high achiever individuals living a high stress lifestyle), Clarity One-Week Superstar Intensive, and the Legacy Young Adult Private Program. Privé-Swiss’ ultra-luxury rehab takes privacy seriously. Guests do not participate in group sessions. Visitors have peace of mind knowing each day they will meet with counselors privately, one to one to talk about their addictions. The holistic care at Privé-Swiss is truly an escape to wellness. Guests at Privé-Swiss can expect gourmet meals to improve their health. There are also private suites allowing clients to rest and relax. Only three clients are accepted at any one time at Privé-Swiss making it incredibly exclusive. Due to the high-profile guests that stay at Privé-Swiss, laptops and cellphones are allowed to give clients the chance to stay connected with the outside world. Privé-Swiss cost The cost of Privé-Swiss represents exceptional value. The uber-luxurious rehab facility charges between $88,000 and $120,000 for a 30-day stay. The price is a very palatable $4,000 a night to experience the luxury facilities and bespoke treatment packages available to guests. Only three guests are welcomed at a time to the rehab center. $88,000-$120,000 for a 30-day stay Bespoke programs to heal guests of mental health issues and addiction Prive Swiss, Phone: +1 800 866 2948 Support the show (
The Dunes Rehab in East Hampton, NY Located in East Hampton, New York, The Dunes was designed to end the images so many individuals have of rehab. Its location amongst green trees and with clean crisp air is a world away from the jail-like rehab centers offering 12-step programs to clients. The Dunes East Hampton does not resemble the traditional rehab center. Guests will find a lush estate set on four acres of prime New York real estate. The Dunes is a 7,400-square-foot home with eight bedrooms and eight and a half baths. The gorgeous accommodation available at The Dunes is perfect for individuals seeking to recover from their drug and alcohol addictions. Individuals can enjoy a communal living space with a 35-foot fireplace. It separates guests from their lives and the lifestyles they have created with comfortable rooms and activities to build physical fitness.Treatment takes into account the importance of identifying the causes and consequences of addiction as a complex disorder. Individualized therapies will include practices that include counseling on mental health and substance abuse, as well as counseling on coping with trauma. According to the The Dunes Rehab Clinic website, clients meet with a personal counsellor three or more times a week, in addition to a psychiatrist. Acupuncture is also offered, which is particularly rare in the US as a therapeutic approach that offers a holistic approach to treating mental health problems such as depression and anxiety. The facility offers intensive outpatient treatment and assessments with separate housing programs at both locations. Follow-up care, both in person and digitally is free, according to a press release. The Dunes East Hampton is luxurious and residents are accommodated in spacious private bedrooms with large bathrooms. The ratio of employees to customers is 3: 1. The Dune emphasizes empathy among treatment personnel and reports that all employees have "more than 100 years of professional experience in the treatment and prevention of alcohol and drug abuse." In addition, classically trained chefs prepare quality meals on site and guests can relax by the pool and enjoy on-site massages. Access to a fitness center is not available, but discreet transportation to and from Dune East Hampton and other nearby Dunes locations is available. The use of mobile phones and laptops is also permitted, and integration into the local community is encouraged through the use of the community center and community gardens of the Dune East Hampton Community Center. The Dunes Treatment Specializations Alcoholism Treatment Anger Management Schizophrenia Anorexia Binge-eating Bulimia Cocaine Addiction Synthetic Drugs Heroin Addiction Chronic Pain LSD Addiction Opiod Dependence Chronic Relapse Cannabis Gaming Addiction Dual Diagnosis Meth Addiction Sex Addiction Smoking Cessation Depression Anxiety BiPolar Spending Addiction Anger The Dunes Rehab Address: 201 Fort Pond Blvd #1 East Hampton, NY 11937 The Dunes Rehab Telephone: +1 (877) 818 5539 Support the show (
Seasons Malibu The Seasons in Malibu resembles a lush Spanish-influenced villa from the outside. From its position, the center overlooks El Matador State Beach offering breath-taking views of the Pacific Ocean. Rooms are plush with large comfortable beds, spacious bathrooms with relaxing bathtubs, and verandas allowing guests to sit outside to catch the bright California sun. Seasons in Malibu also has a beautiful oceanfront location just steps from the beach, and is primarily accredited and licensed for mental health. The selection of professionals may have regulatory or dependency issues, or they may not be licensed or accredited in your region. The main characteristic that distinguishes Seasons is the well-trained staff and the quality of mental health services available. The Seasons facility in Malibu is approved for people 18 and older, the director of the admissions office has a master's degree in psychology, and each primary therapist at the facility has a PhD in psychology in case management. Many clients also suffer from other co-occurring conditions, such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and it can be difficult to determine their long-term mental health. Treatment at Seasons in Malibu Rehab addresses a person's mental health issues. Mental health and substance abuse experts are responsible for keeping treatment on track. The combinations have the ability to treat a wide range of mental and physical health problems, from depression and anxiety to anxiety and depression. Treatment Specializations: Alcoholism Treatment Anger Management Schizophrenia Anorexia Binge-eating Bulimia Cocaine Addiction Synthetic Drugs Heroin Addiction Chronic Pain LSD Addiction Opiod Dependence Chronic Relapse Cannabis Gaming Addiction Self Harm Meth Addiction Sex Addiction Smoking Cessation Depression Anxiety BiPolar Spending Addiction Anger Seasons in Malibu Facilities Tennis Court Swimming Gardens Airport Transfers Access to Nature Outdoor Dining Walking Trails Nutrition Outdoor lounge Fitness Hiking Movies Seasons Malibu Treatment Options: Pscyhoeducation Meditation & Mindfulness Art Therapy Music Therapy CBT Individual therapy Meditation & Mindfulness Equine Therapy Animal Therapy Nutrition Goal-Oriented Therapy Narrative Therapy Physiotherapy Dialectical Behavior Therapy Eye Movement Therapy (EMDR) Trauma Processing Various sports Psychiatric consultation Relapse Prevention Counseling Cognitive therapy Effective therapy for addiction Family coaching Emotion/aggression regulation Spiritual Care Acceptance Therapy (ACT) Adventure Therapy Motivational Interviewing Seasons Malibu Aftercare: Outpatient Treatment Support Meetings Professional Re-entry Support Follow-up Sessions (online) Family Follow-up Counseling Recovery Coach Contact Seasons in Malibu Seasons Malibu, Seasons in Malibu Rehab,31739 CA-1,United States CA-90265 Telephone: +1 (866) 780-8539 Support the show (
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