It is commonly known that millions of people around the world are affected by drug addiction and alcohol addiction, but another form of addiction that is not as well known is called behavioural addiction. Behavioural addiction, or process addiction, occurs when a person becomes dependent to a certain activity, despite its negative consequences. One example of a common process addiction is food addiction, which can come in many different forms. However, any form of addiction should be taken seriously as it can have detrimental effects on the life of an addict, as well as those who care for them. The Dawn offers a comprehensive and personalised food addiction treatment to give our client’s the best chance of recovery. Our unique Twin Pillars treatment method is a holistic and non-religious approach and has proven to be highly effective in treating all kinds of addictions and preventing relapse.
Our highly certified clinical team has decades of experience treating all forms of addictions.
We offer the highest quality care and service to ensure all clients are well supported.
We offer a structured online aftercare support to provide you with the care and guidance to overcome your addiction.
Cocaine addiction treatment usually requires a combination of physical detox and addiction treatment. Cocaine withdrawal does not involve physical symptoms like with alcohol or heroin addiction, however, it can still be very uncomfortable, and even dangerous for some. Withdrawing from chronic substance abuse should not be taken lightly due to the risk of overdose or suicide. Prior to treatment, The Dawn requires all clients to undergo a qualitative assessment so that a personalised treatment plan can be created to address each client’s specific requirements.
Those that require detoxification can use The Dawn’s onsite detox programme prior to their addiction treatment. Our holistic approach to addiction treatment allows our clients to participate in our very own Twin Pillars Approach, which focuses on rehab and wellness. We use a combination of methods to ensure that our clients receive the best treatment possible, including Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), the 12 Step principles, and a range of mindfulness tools such as mindful hearing/breathing and mindful observation/awareness.
We also draw attention to the root causes behind our client’s addiction in order to find out why they developed addiction in the first place. This type of intervention helps to determine key triggers, present positive thinking and point out the necessity of lifestyle discipline.
The Dawn’s personalised schedules include:
Holistic and alternative therapies
A relapse prevention plan
We believe in our program and are confident we have put together the highest quality treatment, clinical team, and facility offered to ensure the highest opportunity for success. Our client’s lifelong recovery and success are what we care most about at The Dawn. We also realise that relapse and setbacks are a reality for many beginning their recovery journey, which is why we offer a relapse assurance guarantee for our clients who are being treated for drug and alcohol addiction.
Our Relapse Assurance Guarantee ensures that a client who has completed our full programme, can come back to The Dawn for 30 days if they relapse for any reason, at no additional cost. During the month-long programme, we will help our clients identify the reasons for the relapse and get back on the right track of recovery. Contact us today to find out more about our Relapse Assurance Guarantee.
Cocaine is an incredibly addictive substance that can cause a variety of health problems and other risks. Cocaine comes second to meth in terms of creating psychological dependence by stimulating the brain’s key pleasure centres and causing extremely intensified euphoria. Repeated cocaine use alters the way the brain functions, and encourages the user to continue to use the drug in order to reach the same levels of euphoria. The timeline of cocaine addiction varies from person to person due to the way their brain reacts and how often they use it. For example, people who smoke crack cocaine usually become addicted at a much faster rate.
Cocaine addicts can experience numerous physical health effects of cocaine dependence, such as:
Some behavioural cocaine addiction symptoms include:
There are many benefits of inpatient rehab for cocaine addiction, such as: