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Addiction Rehab Centers

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a woman is up all night knowing she needs an ecstasy mdma treatment programFrequent consumption of MDMA can lead to an addiction. But it can always be treated and the person can be rehabilitated. It’s terrible to watch someone that you care about destroying their life through an Ecstasy/MDMA addiction, but by performing an addiction intervention you may be able to help them recover. A correctly planned and executed addiction intervention could be the most critical first step in getting the addict into substance abuse treatment and breaking the Ecstasy/MDMA addiction.

Recovery from MDMA/Ecstasy Addiction

The first step towards recovery is having a conversation about treatment to professionals or your loved ones. This conversation may be an intervention, and while many people associate intervention with “ambush,” this is simply not the case. Interventions will ideally come from a place of love, support, and genuine concern for the individual. Another resource to help you start the conversation is Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT). This approach teaches family members and friends of substance abusers the skills to communicate effectively and positively.

CRAFT has demonstrated success in helping to encourage loved ones to enter an addiction treatment program. CRAFT helps friends and family learn to:

  • Solve problems
  • Avoid enabling behaviors
  • Set healthy boundaries
  • Communicate effectively

Ecstasy/MDMA Overdose Recovery Centers

If you are trying to overcome an addiction to Ecstasy or you are recovering from a recent overdose, recovery centers are available to help you go back to a healthy life. SLO Recovery Centers specialize in helping individuals recover from illegal drug overdose. The knowledgeable health professionals working in SLO Recovery Centers are passionate about helping people to gain and maintain sobriety.

When selecting an Ecstasy recovery center, you may choose between an inpatient and outpatient facility. A productive environment is essential to the recovery process because individuals are less likely to relapse if they are not surrounded by the temptations present in their daily lives.

Individuals can choose from Ecstasy overdose recovery plans that last 28, 30 or even 90 days. The amount of time spent in treatment depends largely on the person’s needs and the severity of the overdose. Additional medical and psychological treatment is often required in cases of severe overdose and addiction, leading to a longer inpatient stay or extended treatment.

Once the individual successfully undergoes treatment at a residential Ecstasy overdose recovery program, there is still work to do. Friends and family are a valuable source of support for long-term recovery, and peer support networks can provide added accountability and understanding.

Inpatient Treatment Program

A defining characteristic of inpatient addiction rehab is that the person resides at the facility for the duration of treatment. Because clients live temporarily in an inpatient treatment center, it is possible to create a controlled environment that is trigger-free. Individuals are less likely to relapse if they are not surrounded by the temptation present in their daily lives. This type of treatment is recommended for those suffering from a severe Ecstasy addiction. The patient usually has to live at an inpatient treatment center for 30 days, 60 days, 90 days, or other customized time period, while receiving group counseling, individual therapy and other addiction treatment interventions.

Medical and psychiatric monitoring during withdrawal and recovery, which is especially important for people who have long-standing or severe substance use disorders or co-occurring mental or physical health disorders. Co-occurring disorders are best treated in a rehab facility that focuses on dual diagnosis, it provides:

  • Reduced risk of relapse due to the substance-free environment and vigilant supervision.
  • Intensive group and individual therapy sessions.
  • Intense support from staff to reach and maintain sobriety.
  • Reduced exposure to stressors and triggers.

Outpatient Treatment Program

Outpatient facilities provide a great option for those who can’t leave behind work or family obligations for an extended period of time to receive treatment. Outpatient will be most beneficial for those suffering from a less severe MDMA addiction. However, the chances of a relapse are higher if only an outpatient treatment program is availed.

Depending on the substance being abused, an outpatient detox protocol may not be able to adequately account for and/or manage the dangerous or life-threatening withdrawal symptoms or other complications. Several support groups are established to help addicts gain their sobriety and keep the recovered people from making a relapse.

  • Narcotics Anonymous– NA is a supportive fellowship of people suffering from substance addiction. It is a 12-step recovery program similar to Alcoholics Anonymous.
  • SMART Recovery– A 4-point program focused on empowerment and the use of up-to-date scientific knowledge on addiction and recovery.
  • LifeRing Secular Recovery– An abstinence support group that welcomes religious and non-religious people. You design your own program based on your needs. There are both face-to-face meetings and online meetings.
  • Matrix Model– An outpatient treatment program lasting 16 weeks that is designed for the treatment of stimulants (Ecstasy is both a stimulant and a hallucinogen). It includes but is not limited to relapse-prevention groups, urine and breath testing, individual counseling, social-support groups and education for the client and family.

Therapy and Counseling

Professional therapy and counseling are treatments that can improve your mental wellness. These treatments can help people who are experiencing emotional or behavior problems. Also, it can help people who have a mental health disorder. Therapy is sometimes called psychotherapy or talk therapy. Many times, therapy is used in combination with prescription medicine for mental health disorder. Therapy will usually improve the results you get from the medicine. Common therapies offered at SLO Recovery Centers include:

  • Individual therapy – A therapist determines the cause of addiction and triggers for relapse while helping you build positive and healthy coping mechanisms.
  • Group counseling – A therapist will lead a therapy session using many of the same models of individual therapy but will focus on interpersonal interaction and insight.
    Therapy can help treat a variety of problems.

Some common reasons people seek therapy include:

  • depression
  • marriage problems, infidelity, divorce, or other relationship issues
  • sexual problems
  • stress and anxiety
  • addictions and compulsions
  • grief, loss, or bereavement
  • anger
  • career choice
  • parenting or family problems
  • domestic violence or abuse
  • eating disorders

If you are not sure which therapy options are right for you, talk to your doctor. Your doctor can refer you to a trained professional who can help with your problems. If you choose therapy or counseling, you’ll talk about any problems you’ve been having and how you’ve been feeling. Good and effective therapy and counselling can go a long way to help an ecstasy addict.

Aftercare Programs

Aftercare is a general term used to describe any ongoing or follow-up treatment for substance abuse that occurs after an initial rehab program. No matter the setting, treatment provider, or methods used, the goals of addiction aftercare programs are the same and include:

  • To maintain recovery from substance abuse.
  • To find ways to prevent relapse.
  • To achieve a life filled with rewarding relationships and a sense of purpose.

Post-rehab aftercare is any treatment a person receives after participating in a drug or alcohol rehab program. This treatment has been shown to be extremely effective in helping people in recovery stay on track. It decreases the probability they will relapse and return to their addictive behavior.

Discover How Addiction Rehab Centers Can Help

Reach out to our admissions team at 844.910.0686 to learn how our programs can help you or a loved one recover from addiction.