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    A Solution That Works

    One-on-one non 12 step rehab offers a solution to alcohol addiction treatment that does away with the concept “once an addict always an addict.”

    There is Hope

    Traditional 12 step programs, which are the most common in the US, use the steps to tell patients that they are victims, diseased and incurable. The NON 12 step model is very much against this philosophy. Instead, one-on-one non 12 step alcohol rehabs believe in empowering the individual with self-awareness, self-confidence, life skills and the ability to confront the underlying issues that led them to addiction.

    One could say that one-on-one CBT alcohol rehab programs work more to ‘cure’ an addiction; whereas today’s more common disease model (12 step based) simply resign themselves to a lifetime of ‘treating’ it.

    Works for Anyone

    The concept of God and a Higher Power is also very prevalent in traditional 12 step treatment. In working the steps, patients must admit that they are powerless and that only a Higher Power can save them. For many agnostics, atheists and others who are of various beliefs, this is difficult and conflicting ideology and eliminates any real shot at getting help due to such a fundamental disagreement.

    Non 12 step programs are non-faith and non-religious in nature. Some doctors call this treatment “science based” rehabilitation due to the fact that it addresses the underlying issues with cognitive therapy, other one-on-one counseling and education to assist the person in changing their mind and behavior patterns.

    Proven to be Successful

    One-on-one cognitive alcohol treatment facilities are holistic in nature. There is not the belief in labeling someone as diseased, they are normally against the idea of drug replacement therapy. This means patients will leave the facility fully drug free and without dependency on medications such as suboxone, methadone or others.

    One-on-one counseling, the idea that one can cure their addiction and non-drugging philosophy have won over many experts, addictionologists and doctors in the last 20 years. This is largely due to much higher success rates. Non 12 step programs routinely produce success rates that exceed 70%, whereas the more traditional 12 step programs are at or below 10% efficacy.

    Let Us Help You!

    With years of experience, let us help you quickly understand various options that will best suit your needs or that of your family.

    Issues like location and availability of the best alcohol rehab centers; costs and success rates; length of stay for various one-on-one alcohol treatment options – these questions and others can be discussed in confidence at no cost.

    Let us help you get the best one-on-one alcohol rehab treatment possible so that you can move past addiction and back to living.

    Most Insurance Accepted

    CBT is a broad term which is meant to identify a class of therapeutic techniques which address the individual’s thoughts, behaviors and actions to life. It encompasses a large number of different therapies including Rational Behavior Therapy, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Therapy, Rational Living Therapy and a number of others.

    One of the primary benefits of CBT is the fact that it is flexible and adapted to the individual. The one-on-one therapy allows for the program to be modified to the individual’s specific needs. Since no two people are the same, this is a fantastic advantage to getting the right help.

    There are a number of benefits to CBT. The high success rates come from helping the addict understand the underlying cause to why they turned to alcohol or drugs; and how to successfully not feel that urge to resort back to those bad habits.

    There are two different components – functional analysis and skills training. The functional analysis focuses on identifying feelings, thoughts and circumstances related to the abuse of drugs and alcohol. The skills training portion means that the patient begins “unlearning” the destructive behavior.

    While intensive at first, CBT ends at a specific point. It is merely a part of the encompassing treatment protocol. However, the results and knowledge gained with CBT is something that individuals will rely on forever.

    Learn more about successful one-on-one alcohol recovery. Call 1-844-259-4078