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Recover from Addiction in Oxford

There are some high quality addiction recovery resources available in the Oxford area. This is why rehab programmes in Oxfordshire not only attract local people, but also those from elsewhere in the UK and beyond. There are a number of different types of addiction treatment to choose from, and it is important that you choose the resources that are most likely to work for you. Our team has a great deal of expertise when it comes to addiction treatment planning. We will help you find the recovery path that is most likely to work for you. Just call us now, or simply text the word “help” to 66777.

How to Get the Most Out of Rehab

Rehab is an excellent option for people who are serious about ending their addiction problems, but there are no guarantees that it is always going to work. This is because the individual will not to put in sufficient effort and have the right attitude in order to get the most out of the programme. If the person who enters the programme remains resistant to what is being offered then it is unlikely that they will benefit much from their time in rehab. It is always going to be up to the individual to make treatment work for them, and they will do this by:

  • · The individual must be proactive in their recovery. They cannot just enter rehab as passive participants and expect the therapists to fix them. It is important for the person to view these professionals as members of their team, and it is up to them to lead this team towards success.
  • · It does not matter how good the resources are in a rehab if the individual does not make use of them. The individual needs to choose the resources that are going to work for them and put these to good use.
  • · The most important task that the individual has during their stay in rehab is to prepare for the return home. It is no good for them to learn how to stay sober in rehab because they are not going to be spending the rest of their life in rehab. The person needs to begin preparing for the return home from day one, and they need to do everything possible to ensure that this transition occurs as smoothly as possible.
  • · It is vital that the individual has an open mind (beginner’s mind) during their stay in rehab. They need to resist the urge to just say no to things, and they should never say no to things out of hand. It can often be the options that the person initially feels most resistant to that turn out to be the most beneficial.
  • · You need to remember to have fun in rehab, and you should definitely not treat it like some type of prison sentence. The staff members make a real effort to make these programme fun because it is so important. If you are overly serious all the time, it is going to sap your motivation. You also need to keep in mind that you do not get sober to feel miserable. The danger is that the individual may be deliberately avoiding the fun of sobriety, so they can later have a justification to relapse.
  • · If you have a private room, it is important that you do not spend too much time alone in there. This is called isolating, and it will prevent you from getting the most out of the programme. By staying alone in their room, the person is really treating the whole thing like some type of punishment.

Now that you know how to get the most out of rehab, you will be ready to take this next step Call us now on 0800 140 4824 to find out more about your rehab options in the Oxford area.

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