When a person chooses rehab treatment programs in Laredo, they do not receive one-size-fits-all services to help them overcome their addiction. Instead, there are many rehab treatment programs that a person can choose from. Sometimes those who abuse a certain drug will respond better to a different treatment approach. The benefit to having several approach options is that if a person doesn't feel one resonates with them, they can opt for a different therapy style.
Examples of some rehab treatment programs for addiction include:
Rehab treatment programs in Laredo may feature several of these approaches. Incorporating whatever can make the person most successful is important.
Many research studies over the years have helped medical professionals refine and improve their approaches to addiction treatment therapy. Today, some of the more common approaches have a wide variety of research to support their methods. However, it is important to remember that addiction is a chronic and relapsing disease. A rehab treatment program for addiction is unlikely to have a 100 percent success rate and a 0 percent relapse rate. These approaches have been shown to have the greatest rates of success.
For example, an article published in the journal "Psychiatric Clinics of North America" found that in a study of patients receiving CBT for cocaine addiction in Laredo, an estimated 60 percent were still clean at their 52-week drug testing follow-up, making it one of our key components to relapse prevention in Laredo. CBT has also been shown to be successful when paired with other rehab treatment programs in Laredo, such as with methadone therapy for those addicted to heroin.
A journal article published in the "Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment" found that drug users who participated in methadone maintenance programs for opioid abuse were more likely to be sober if motivational incentives were used. The researchers found that 54.4 percent of patients who received motivational incentives were sober after 12 weeks compared with those in the control group, of whom 38.7 percent were sober in the same time frame.
Research support also exists for motivational interviewing. According to "Enhancing Motivation for Change in Substance Abuse Treatment," a report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, motivational interviewing is an enhancement to traditional treatment approaches (such as CBT) as well as an effective treatment when utilized on its own.
Using one or a combination of these rehab treatment programs has been shown to help a person overcome their addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Continued participation in the programs is likely to strengthen a person's resolve and understanding of a sober lifestyle. Call us now for help (956) 217-5143.