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Our Services

The Dawn Medical Rehab & Wellness Centre provides highly-personalised and intensive treatment programmes that are tailored to meet each of our client’s unique requirements. We use a holistic, non-religious approach for our alcohol and drug treatment programmes, behavioural addiction treatment programmes, as well as our mental health retreat programmes.

The Dawn’s Rehab & WellnessServices

  • Alcohol Addiction
  • Alcohol Detox
  • Drug Addiction
  • Drug Detox
  • Behavioral Addiction
  • Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • PTSD & Trauma
  • Executive Burnout
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Mood Disorder
  • Sleep Disorder

We provide comprehensive rehab services for each of the following conditions:

Alcohol Addiction


Alcohol addiction, or alcoholism, describes an intense craving for alcohol and the inability to discontinue drinking, regardless of the consequences. Common signs of alcohol addiction include drinking more than planned on a regular basis, failed attempts to stop drinking, an increased alcohol tolerance, neglecting responsibilities and experiencing withdrawal symptoms when a person stops drinking alcohol.

In some cases, a person may become what is known as a high-functioning alcoholic, which means that they are still behaving responsibly in their professional and personal lives despite being addicted to alcohol. Nevertheless, alcohol addiction eventually catches up with them as well.

Alcohol Detox


Alcohol detox is an essential first step for many people facing alcohol addiction and is often considered before entering alcohol and drug treatment programmes. It can help ease withdrawal symptoms, especially if the person has been addicted to alcohol for an extended period of time or is severely dependent on alcohol. Withdrawing from alcohol can also have life-threatening consequences, which is why supervised detox may be recommended. At The Dawn, we conduct an initial assessment to determine whether or not detox is necessary.

Drug Addiction


Drug addiction is a chronic, relapsing disease of the brain that involves compulsive drug use and seeking. People who are addicted to drugs will keep using and obtain drugs despite the adverse effect that it has on their professional and personal lives. Drug addiction changes the brain’s function and structure, which can make it incredibly difficult to stop using drugs without help. Many people addicted to drugs also end up relapsing without proper treatment, education and aftercare.

Drug Detox


Drug detox is commonly the first step in comprehensive alcohol and drug treatment programmes. It can stop unpleasant or life-threatening consequences that may occur if a person suddenly stops using drugs. The goal of drug detox is to promote physiological healing following long-term or severe drug use by eliminating the drug from the body. It is important to undergo a medical detox so that qualified professionals can monitor the client and offer support throughout the process.

Behavioural Addiction


Behavioural addiction, or process addiction, changes the way a person’s reward system in the brain behaves. Common behavioural addictions include gambling, food, internet and sex. With these forms of addiction, the action or activity that the person engages in activates the brain’s reward function and turns their act into a compulsive one, regardless of the negative consequences. After intensely engaging in the activity, or after an extended period of time, the person cannot experience the same amount of pleasure from other activities, which ends up creating a vicious cycle.

Dual Diagnosis Treatment


Dual diagnosis, or co-occurring disorder, occurs when a person suffers from at least one medical disorder. For example, alcohol addiction and drug addiction are quite common since many individuals deal with more than one form of addiction. Dual diagnosis also describes individuals who have an addiction along with a psychological disorder such as anxiety or depression. It is crucial for people with dual diagnosis to receive treatment for both disorders since neglecting to focus on both conditions ultimately makes treatment ineffective.

PTSD & Trauma


While we all go through stressful situations throughout our lives, some people experience a traumatic event that it changes their lives from that point forth. PTSD and trauma occur when overwhelming emotions obstruct proper memory processing. Therefore, traumatized people may experience flashbacks or disturbing responses to seemingly harmless events. Other symptoms of PTSD and trauma include nightmares, severe anxiety, and uncontrollable thoughts.

Executive Burnout


Executive burnout can occur in individuals who work in high-stress environments or who have a hard time dealing with their professional responsibilities. As a result, people experiencing executive burnout may turn to alcohol and drugs or experience chronic pain, stress and other mental health issues. If the affected individual does not seek help, they could end up having a breakdown, becoming suicidal or developing a condition that could otherwise be avoided.

Depression


Feeling sad or down on occasion is normal, but a person who goes through depression experiences intense feelings of sadness, emptiness, anger, apathy or hopelessness on a regular basis. The impact of these emotional patterns ends up affecting the way they function and live their lives. Without treatment, people with depression may feel like there is no way out and may turn to alcohol, drugs or coping mechanisms such as suicide. Many people battle depression is silence and are not aware that their condition is highly treatable.

Anxiety


Being anxious is common at different points in our lives, such as during a job interview or before taking an exam. However, anxiety becomes a problem if it overwhelms a person in a way that it affects the way they live. Many people with anxiety experience panic attacks on a regular basis while others end up changing their daily routine in an attempt to prevent the onset of anxiety. Like depression, anxiety is highly treatable with the right tools.

Mood Disorder


Experiencing emotional fluctuations is entirely normal. After all, life is a rollercoaster of ups and downs that affect the way we feel. The difference with a person who has a mood disorder is that they cannot seem to recover in the same way as others. They may also suffer even though their circumstances don’t match their distress. People with mood disorders experience severe mood swings, self-confidence issues, and negativity regardless of what occurs in their lives.

Sleep Disorder


Getting enough sleep is vital to leading a productive and happier life. People with sleep disorders tend to have a hard time falling asleep or staying asleep to the point that it affects their daily life. Unlike merely not getting a good night’s rest, sleep disorders can have serious negative consequences on a person’s mental and physical health.

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