Treatment Program Turning Point House is committed in providing closely monitored alcohol and drug Withdrawal Program in a safe and caring environment, with aid of different treatment modalities as per the individual’s condition and needs. We will assist from initial assessment through treatment and continue with our follow-up and aftercare to ensure total health recovery for an addiction free life. Our treatments program include holistic care and wellness activities like physical fitness programs, nutritional meal plans, CBT, Talk, psychological counseling massage therapies ,music therapy, Yoga & Meditation. Our treatment plan is based on the 12-Step based recovery program and after care where individuals can overcome addiction, learn new coping & living skills, gain feelings of self-worth and achieve a more honest and productive life in the community.
- • Initial Assessments/ Evaluations
- • Inpatient drug/alcohol detoxification
- • Residential Treatment
- • Management of withdrawal symptoms with medications
- • Interventions
- • A medical treatment by a doctor to counter immediate health concerns
- • Psychosocial support and counseling
- • Emotional Recovery Programs
- • Alcoholic anonymous programme(Twelve Step Program)
- • Group therapy
- • Individual sessions
- • Meditation/Yoga
- • Games/Recreational activities
- • Supervised field trips and structured activities
- • Family counseling session including emotional support for family and loved ones
- • Discharge and Aftercare planner
- • Awareness programs for alcohol
- • Relapse Preventions
At Turning Point we follow a comprehensive assessment and holistic treatment plan as per an individual’s needs and alcohol/drug related problem. Our plan includes, diagnosis and treatment, which manages all co-occurring mental and behavioral problems. We take care of alcoholics and drug-dependent patients of different kinds, of both sexes and all ages. Our facility has multi-disciplinary teams including skilled therapists, psychiatrists, counselors, doctors, nurses, addiction psychologists, case manager and other experienced staff assisting people in alcohol addiction. A case manager helps plan and manage your treatment. Treatment for alcohol abuse and dependence usually includes group therapy; one or more types of counseling, alcohol education and may include medicine. A 12-step program often is part of treatment and continues after treatment ends. The Twelve Step programme empowers intensive reflection, study, clean living and exercise; free of all use of alcohol and/or narcotics drugs. The steps are built upon the Twelve Steps of AA(Alcoholic Anonymous) and NA(Narcotics Anonymous). Treatment helps you overcome dependence, but it doesn't happen all at once. Recovery from alcohol abuse or dependence is usually a gradual process that takes commitment and effort. In the early stages of treatment, denial is a huge hindrance .Our Treatment plan doesn’t just deal with alcohol. It will help you manage problems and issues in your daily life so you don't have to depend on alcohol or drugs. You'll learn good reasons and strategies to quit drinking. At times, it may even feel impossible. But no matter how severe the problem may seem, most people with an alcohol use disorder can benefit from some form of treatment. There is no one specific treatment or remedy and what may work for one person may not be a good option for someone else. Simply understanding the different options is an important part of alcohol addiction treatment.
Counselling helps in finding the root cause of addiction and assists in designing appropriate solution accordingly. Problematic drug and alcohol use have an adverse impact on your physical health, as well as affect yours psychological, social and emotional well-being. Providing expert support and treatment is crucial for those with drug and alcohol dependency problems.Counselling tackles patterns of thinking and behaviour in an attempt to break certain emotional or psychological ties to addiction habits. By understanding the underlying feelings and thought processes that cause their addiction, alcoholics can gradually learn to control the impulse to drink. Soon, they will find new ways to address their problems and insecurities, without having to turn to alcohol.
We have accredited alcohol/drug counsellors and psychologists who are qualified, experienced and competent, and able to provide you with the specialist services as required. Counsellors at Turning Point offer the professional support and guidance that struggling alcoholics need to turn their lives around. Consequently they can move forward in a positive direction and start to enjoy your life free from addiction. Each individual is different and counselling treatment for addiction may not be the same for everyone.
Drug and alcohol counseling, helps you manage the root cause of your dependency, regain self-control and set out to live life at your full potential
- • Examine underlying causes for overuse of alcohol or drugs
- • Evaluate overall healths
- • Discovering & Confronting the problem
- • Evaluate whether a patient’s drinking pattern is risky medically
- • Recognising trigger points for addictive behavior
- • Draft a treatment plan
- • Working to set achievable goals
- • Breaking addictive patterns and habits
- • Developing the skills needed to stop or reduce drinking
- • Teaching coping strategies to monitor behavior and make necessary changes
- • Challenging negative thinking & encouraging positive attitude towards life
- • Helping you take control of yourself & your life
- • Coping with or avoiding the triggers that might cause relapse
- • Explaining ways to reduce consumption to a level that is acceptable
Counseling programs usually includes
Counsellor teaches you ways to change thoughts and actions that make you more likely to use alcohol. This form of therapy is focused on identifying the feelings and situations that lead to heavy drinking and managing stress that can lead to relapse. The goal is to change the thought processes that lead to excessive drinking and to develop the skills necessary to cope with everyday situations that might trigger drinking/substance abuse problem.
Behavioral treatments are aimed at changing drinking behavior through counseling. It’s a type of treatment which involves working with a health professional to identify and help change the behaviors that lead to heavy drinking. Behavioral Therapy helps in implementation of effective strategies to assist in setting achievable goals and maintain positive change.
The therapy focuses on identifying the pros and cons of seeking treatment, forming a plan for making changes in one’s drinking, building confidence, and developing the skills needed to stick to the plan. A counselor helps you find personal motivation to change and to quit drinking.
All addiction eventually has a negative effect on our lives, on our health, our emotional well-being, our work and financial stability and, perhaps most importantly, on our relationships. Alcohol and Drug dependency may have adverse effect on your relationships and may even lead to broken relationships. Family Counselling involves family members or Spouse in the treatment process and can play an important role in improving relationships and strengthen the bond that you share with your loved ones. Family support and healthy relationships will offer you support in your recovery and are essential in drug relapse prevention Family Counseling helps you to develop your capacity to resolve emotional, personal and relationship issues. Family counselling helps in creating a stress-free environment, providing happiness and overall well-being. You will learn to work through potential conflicts in healthy ways and establish a healthy family atmosphere.
Short, one-on-one or small-group counseling sessions in which the counsellor provides information about the individual’s drinking pattern , potential risks, personalised feedback, advice, and goal-setting. The aim of this plan is to help you develop greater self-awareness and to make positive changes in your life. With conuselling you regain your sense of balance, your enthusiasm for other things, enabling you to enjoy life without drug and alcohol abuse. Ultimately, choosing to get treatment may be more important than the approach used. Small interventions incorporates empathy, motivational support, and a focus on changing drinking behavior.
12-step programs and Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) provide peer support for people quitting or cutting back on their addictions. Combined with treatment led by health professionals, mutual-support groups can offer a valuable support. In this you talk about your recovery with a counselor or with other people who are trying to quit. In Group therapy you can get support from others who have struggled with alcohol. This sets up a platform to talk and share about your feelings openly with others.
Relapse is a form of spontaneous recovery that involves the recurrence of pathological alcohol/drug use after a period of abstinence. Sometimes people quit their drug use for a while, but start using again no matter how hard they try and control. This return to alcohol/drug use is called a relapse. People recovering from addiction often have one or more relapses along the way. Relapse prevention is an important component of alcoholism/drug abuse treatment to further strengthen the individual’s recovery plan.
- • Past or present dysfunction in the family
- • Childhood abuse, Delinquent childhood,abandonment, or other trauma
- • Substitute behavioral addiction to food, work or gambling addictions can contribute to post-treatment relapses
- • High-risk situations, coping skills and outcome expectancies
- • Lifestyle factors and urges and cravings
- • Family members with addiction History
- • Loss of a loved one
- • Depression or any other mental health issue
- • Use of drug at young age – Peer Pressure
- • Discovery of what contributed to the relapse
- • Examination of the underlying issues that contribute to the relapse
- • Obstacles to an individual’s recovery are identified
- • Offers a supportive environment and assistance to understand the unresolved issues
- • Helps identify individual relapse warning signs and learn specific skills that will aid in preventing additional relapses
- • Identifying specific high-risk situations for each client and enhancing the client’s skills for coping with those situations
- • Balancing the client’s lifestyle and helping him develop positive addiction
- • Prior to discharge, individualised drug relapse prevention and aftercare plans are designed with each patient
- • Developing relapse road map