Stages of treatment:
- Treating withdrawal symptoms without pain using the latest medications.
- Rehabilitation treatment includes four stages that are determined by the therapists responsible for the patient, and it includes:
- Family and family therapy.
- Treatment of marital disorders
The Addiction Severity Scale (ASI) is divided into 7 axes:
- Personal Module.
- Psychiatric Module.
- Addiction Module.
- Social Module.
- Medical Module.
- Job Module.
- Legal Module.
Drug addiction may be defined as: a degenerative disease that results from the long-term effect of psychoactive substances on the brain, which causes compulsive behavior to search for a specific addictive substance and continue to use it despite the psychological, physical and social harm that the patient suffers from. Note: It is preferable to use the phrase (dependent on alcohol, on heroin, hashish… etc) instead of (addicted to ..) because the second has acquired an accusatory social dimension or meaning in which there is some contempt and offense to the patient, while the phrase (dependent on…) is considered neutral and more. Professional, as you say about diabetics (insulin dependent) Note: The word (drugs) is used to refer to psychoactive substances in general. As is well known, not all of these substances are narcotic, some of them are narcotic, some of them are stimulants or hallucinogens and so on.
Treatment of addiction is a dangerous process, and it is necessary for parents or those who have a person suffering from addiction disease to understand our addiction recovery program to prevent confusion between what is approved and working in the light and centers that tend to change their names and manipulate to escape from responsibility … If you are dearest to us, then get to know us more .. Be Be careful in choosing an addiction treatment center.
So let’s enter a home of rehab or addiction treatment centers together. We get to know him, if you have a son, son, brother, sister … etc. He suffers from addiction disease, the first step is to take him to one of the drug withdrawal symptom centers, which is available in the Nahar Center, the rehabilitation house begins with an explanation in which the addict and his family are defined what the rehabilitation home is and what is the treatment program within our center, and this is one of the most important points of philosophy Treatment in a rehabilitation home, which is that the addict joins him according to his desire and is very expected, as you are now wondering about you. What if he refused? I am anxious, but I would like to make it clear that it is possible to have one-on-one sessions to drive – any increase – his motivation until he agrees to enroll.
When the addict joins our centers, then the first stage (about a month), we help the inmate to adapt to the place and the group, help him remove these defenses, and create an atmosphere of acceptance and safety for him to start working in the treatment groups by speaking and sharing what is going on inside him of thoughts and feelings. This is the beginning of his work, and it will not start until after the atmosphere around him is reassured by the group, doctors and therapists, and the defenses of the disease do not end, as from time to time, and from situations that he is exposed to, it comes to him again, so after he begins to speak about himself, we help him to talk about the secrets he himself does not like To take it back, perhaps in his childhood he has no income, but it hurts him perhaps he himself did it at a stage of his life and feels remorse, shame, shame and a sense of guilt, it is really painful, after creating an atmosphere of acceptance, safety and love he reveals these secrets and speaks them in front of the group or in front of the doctor or therapist Perhaps this makes him feel comfortable quickly, or he may go through painful feelings that last for a while to confront these events and recover before he feels comfortable.
At this stage, the addict needs the support and assistance of the treatment team. Here, the danger lies. I consider him as someone who entered for surgery, and after the surgeon began to open his stomach or chest and before completing the surgery, he woke up from the anesthesia and wanted to leave the operating room, rather, the whole hospital. I see that what the addict or inmate is exposed to is no less dangerous than surgery, because we help him to reveal and confront secrets and situations that he spent years his life hiding and even escaping between himself and himself. For him, it is very painful, so how can we leave him in this state.
As a therapist team, it becomes clear to us that aspects of his life to deal with it and help him face it and pass it successfully with his support and assistance from the group and the treatment team, and the treatment journey continues to bear fruit by learning spiritual principles that he begins to apply in his life like honesty, as it is the backbone of the program. And if he falls into lying or doing something that is contrary to honesty, he confesses quickly and tries to fix that quickly, and learns to accept criticism from the group to find out its flaws and receives help from doctors and therapists to give the necessary information to define this behavior and its detriments and its impact on the addict’s life and help him in how to get rid of it.
Thus he continues to change, changing the addictive personality that if he does not change it, he must take drugs again because this old character – with his way of thinking, feelings and behaviors – used to take drugs, so it must be changed, and indeed the inmate in the rehabilitation home continues to change, mature, grow and apply new spiritual principles In his life, getting rid of defects in his personality such as impulsivity, anger, loneliness, isolation and satisfying others at the expense of himself, selfishness, sexual deviations and many faults.
He also learns new social skills, how does he deal with sorcery (the craving to use drugs), how does he deal with his feelings? How to recognize, name and accept her and how to positively exploit her …. etc?. It learns how to make mature decisions and assert rights in a positive way, psychological traps, high-risk situations, how to deal with them, how to deal with depression, anxiety and fear, and learn the balance of big and small life … etc.