Wisdom’s professional Substance abuse counselors focus on the individual needs of people with substance use disorders, urging them to take care of themselves. Our therapists have given hope to hundreds of families by bringing about positive changes in the family system concurrently, which improves the substance use disorder. By addressing the entire family, our method tends to minimize the persistent, sometimes overpowering process of addiction.
Substance abuse weakens physical and mental health, and it strains and taxes the agencies that promote physical and psychological health. Our Greater Los Angeles Rehab Center’s family therapy in conjunction with our substance abuse treatment has two primary purposes. First, we seek to use the family’s strengths and resources to help find or develop ways for the addicted to live without substance abuse. Second, our family therapy ameliorates the impact of chemical dependency on both the addicted person and the family.
The integration of family therapy in substance abuse treatment is still not in full use. However, Wisdom Treatment Centers provide family therapy in conjunction with substance abuse treatment. Our proven methods help families become aware of their own needs and provide genuine, enduring healing for our clients.
As a Family, consider the best approaches to treatment and recovery for your loved one. One of the most difficult situations when dealing with a loved one who has an addiction is figuring out how and when to help them without causing additional problems. You may be unaware that addicts do not have to “hit rock bottom” before they can get better. There is no reason to wait for your loved one to “crash,” step in and address the problem before it gets worse. The sooner treatment begins the quicker your loved one can recover and increase their chances of success.
Wisdom makes the process of recovery easy, not only for your addicted loved one but also the whole family. Healing can start at any point; research has proven that the earlier treatment begins, the better. The most important thing is getting your loved one into rehab.