Our Stabilization Phase
Where Does Stabilization Fall Within The Recovery Process?
Below is a general depiction of the different Levels Of Care an individual can move throughout their addiction recovery journey. Recovery from drug addiction is a long-term process and frequently involves several benchmarks. At Peaks Recovery, we focus intensely on building the individual’s foundation so that they can successfully transition to a lower level of care.
Our Stabilization Phase Explained In Depth
The 2 Main Stages of Stabilization
There are two key physiological issues that must be addressed within any stabilization period:
Why is Stabilization so important to the recovery process?
Withdrawal symptoms and Cravings are two states almost all individuals struggling with addiction experience. Both go hand in hand, and failure to nurture both stages of discomfort distracts the individual from doing the individualized work necessary to maintain a directional approach toward recovery.
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Let Us Explain How These 2 Addiction States Develop
The Basic Order of Events Leading To Addiction
In order to properly recover, we must now work our way backward.
The Therapy Side Of Stabilization
The essence of stabilization is providing a solid cognitive distance from the overwhelming effect that rehab, therapy, or working through past experiences/triggers will have.
We do that by providing:
Why do we choose to focus on this crucial step?
Drug & Alcohol Detox
Addiction Residential Treatment
Mental Health Residential Treatment
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