"Inpatient rehabilitation allows for 24-hour care and personalised support from medical staff."
Inpatient treatment is an excellent option for anyone who wants to concentrate solely on recovery without the stress or distractions of work, school, or social obligations. It allows for a complete immersion in the recovery process and may be a good option for people who have tried and failed with other treatments. Inpatient alcohol rehabilitation treatment can last anywhere from 30 days to six months or longer, depending on the individual's needs.
Inpatient treatment may include behavioural therapies, the most common of which is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). By promoting healthy coping strategies, these therapies encourage participants to change the way they react to stressful external stimuli (such as failing a test or losing a job). Many centres also provide group and individual counselling, experiential therapies, and nutrition and health education.