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Substance Abuse Treatment For Executives

I It often seems like executives of a company have their lives together. They drive nice cars, wear nice clothes, and have lunch meetings at beautiful expensive restaurants. But the outer appearance may not tell the whole story. Executives are human beings, too. Remember that surgery you had last year? No one could have predicted that you would get addicted to the pain pills your doctor prescribed to you. There could be a limitless number of reasons that you find yourself facing the possibility of needing substance abuse treatment.

There is no shame in needing treatment. In fact, there are several treatment centers that offer the kind of conveniences that celebrities, executives and others are used to in their daily lives. While your healing and recovery are our very first priority, it makes sense to provide you with the style of living you experience in every day life.

If you are an executive that’s looking for a treatment center that will afford you the privacy and luxury you desire, then an executive treatment center may be just the place for you.

Nothing is easy, especially going through a treatment program, but if there’s anything we can do to make your accommodations better and more suited to your tastes, then check out the executive treatment program, it offers all the comforts of home but with the added benefit of recovery at the end.

Frequently Asked Questions

Executive treatment works well, but saying that it works better than other types of treatments wouldn’t be completely true. Different treatments work better for different kinds of people. That is why its important to do some research to find the best one for you.

Private and Confidential

Legally treatment centers are obligated to keep all information about patients recovery private and secure. We understand that your path to recover is your business and no one else's. Exclusive facilities are also available that are equipped with private rooms for added privacy while clients go through the recovery process.
It's your path to recovery and only you can walk it - but with the right help, there will be a light at the end of the tunnel.

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Each facility is unique in the amenities offered. For example, ocean views and nature hikes will not be available in all executive facilities. But maybe you’ll find that you’re content with the acupuncture or massage another facility offers instead. It’s important to remember that the absolute priority while in treatment is your detoxification, if needed, and your recovery along with whatever aftercare you and your medical professionals have decided that you will need.

With those priorities firmly in place, it will be time to evaluate other amenities that are offered. Most executive treatment programs will offer laundry service and full kitchen. Executive treatment programs are usually in facilities that offer these amenities and more. Once you have determined that the facility is suitable to your recovery, check for basic amenities (which executive programs tend to offer.) Finally, take a look at other amenities.

Executive facilities, also known as luxury facilities, will have amenities such as equestrian therapy, acupuncture, gourmet meals, private rooms, ocean views, massage therapy, art therapy, music therapy, animal therapy, etc. These amenities may be things in your current life that you are used to or they may be new things in your life that allow the right distraction for working through the addiction. In the end, the most important thing is to focus on whatever will carry you through, and which experiences will create the strength you need in times of weakness, after you are through rehabilitation and possibly facing relapse.

What Happens Next?

Once your body has been detoxed (if applicable,) and your brain has been through rehabilitation so that it is producing the right amount of chemicals to keep everything balanced, you are considered to be in recovery. That means it is important to be mindful of the tools you acquired during your stay at an executive treatment program. This will allow you to remain at your strongest when faced with a possible relapse. Should you happen to relapse, keep in mind that you don’t automatically return to square one. But it might be a good idea to readjust your aftercare so that it’s providing the support that you need to avoid relapses. You will always be working toward staying clean. Don’t beat yourself up if you forget about the tools that you’ve learned here and there along the way. But do what you need to do to evade another one by strengthening those tools that you learned.


What to Expect During Detox

Detox is the first step on the road to recovery. It is the process of the drugs or alcohol leaving your body. The length of detox depends on the substance you were abusing. For most substances the detox period come with withdrawals. They can be anything from irritability to seizures and in extreme cases withdrawal can be lethal.

In an executive treatment program you will most likely go through a medically supervised detox to make sure that you are safe and as comfortable as possible. It is always advised that you detox in a medically supervised facility.

Why Executive Treatment Works

Executive treatment programs work well for many reasons. One of them being because you are living on site, have all of the amenities you are used to and all you have to do if focus on recovery. If you are in a relaxed and focused state recovery becomes easier, yes it is still work, but taking the stress of everyday life away will help immensely. Also you will have access to medical professionals most of, if not all of the day. If your treatment plan isn’t working the way it should be, it can be noticed and modified quickly so you can get the most out of your treatment.

Is an Intervention Necessary?

If you have suspicions that someone you know has a substance abuse problem there are a few signs to look for. If that person is starting to act out of character, blow off responsibilities, and or lose interest in things they used to care about, it might be time for them to get help. They might not know there is a problem but with the help of friends and family they can have the opportunity to look at it from another perspective and decide to get help. It is advised to speak to a professional about setting up an intervention instead of just doing it with out any guidance.