Too many people suffer from mental health issues and substance abuse issues and go untreated. Some may see a therapist or enroll in some other outpatient treatment program but that may not be a sufficient level of care to help them with their recovery process.
Some people may need more care than the normal treatment options of weekly individual counseling and group therapy sessions can provide them with. For people who need an extraordinary level of care, they may find the help they need in a residential treatment center.
What is a Residential Treatment Facility?
In the past, especially in the context of mental health, residential treatment facilities that provide mental health services have been referred to as ‘loony bins’ under the assumption that everyone who finds placement in one is ‘loony’ or otherwise crazy.
But that’s not the case at all. Mental health disorders are diseases no different from diabetes or cancer. The brain is an organ and like any other organ, it is vulnerable to disease.
If you suffer from mental health disorders, you are not crazy and you are not a loon. You’re sick and you need a place that can provide intensive care so that you can get better.
For substance use disorders, residential treatment programs offer individuals a space wherein they can focus entirely on their recovery and where they can be kept away from the substances to which they have an addiction and their triggers.
Residential treatment centers provide patients with round-the-clock care, allowing them to fully immerse themselves in the healing process.
Treatment Programs Offered
Inpatient treatment for substance abuse disorders at Luxe Recovery LA starts with the vital detoxification phase wherein patients go through supervised withdrawal so that they’re drug-free when they enter the program.
The residential program uses evidence-based methods to create holistic and comprehensive treatment services in order to help people recover. These methods include:
At Luxe Recovery LA, we employ holistic treatments and integrate activities such as yoga and massage therapy in order to help nurture both the body and the soul. Patients can also participate in beach days to reconnect with nature and go on planned outings to explore the City of Angels.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a therapeutic approach that is focused on how thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all interrelated. The main goal of the therapy is to help patients identify and change harmful thought patterns to improve their mental well-being and their behavioral health.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
DBT may be employed as part of a patient’s personalized treatment plan. DBT is an approach that focuses on acceptance and change. It aims to help patients be more mindful and live in the moment, be better at dealing with distressing situations in healthier ways, be more understanding of their emotions, and better at managing their interpersonal relationships.
This is an approach that is used to address traumatic memories. It is often employed to address trauma that may underlie substance addiction.
Group therapy allows patients to foster a sense of mutual understanding and support among one another.
Luxe Recovery LA recognizes the crucial role that family plays in recovery. Family therapy is provided to help repair strained relationships as well as equip loved ones with the skills they need to support a patient in their recovery.
We offer one-on-one sessions with experienced mental health professionals so patients have a safe space to delve into and work through their personal issues, get the tools they need to recover, and ensure tailored strategies to aid in their healing journey.
Motivational interviewing instills clients with the motivation they need to change their harmful behaviors, laying the foundation for self-driven recovery.
Addiction and trauma therapy
As trauma often plays a foundational role in a person’s addiction, this therapy focuses on addressing traumatic events that can fuel substance abuse disorders.
Amenities at Luxe Recovery LA
Luxe Recovery LA is committed to providing patients with an upscale residential care environment so they’re comfortable enough to focus on committing to their recovery. Amenities at the inpatient facility include:
A state-of-the-art recording studio allows musically inclined guests an outlet to creatively express themselves as part of their recovery journey.
A private chef is on-site to craft nutritious, gourmet meals to nourish both the body and the mind.
The game room is equipped with arcade machines, a ping-pong table, a pool table, and game consoles so patients have a place to unwind and have during their stay.
Our facilities come with private rooms so patients can have safe spaces where they can reflect and rejuvenate.
The inpatient facility comes with a fully-equipped gym so that patients can release endorphins and reclaim their physical health.
Pool and Spa
Our pool and spa offer a tranquil setting to unwind and relax.
Patients can watch their favorite movies and discover new ones at the facility’s state-of-the-art movie theatre.
Get help now
Some people have this notion that asking for help in any way, shape, or form makes them weak. They think that if they got themselves into a bad situation then they should be able to get themselves out of it.
They think that if they’re addicted or if they’re suffering from mental health conditions, then should just buckle down and power their way through it through sheer force of will.
While there may be a handful of people who have superhuman willpower and just go cold turkey from their addictions, these people are the exception and not the rule.
The vast majority of people who become addicts or suffer from mental health disorders aren’t suffering because they lack the mental fortitude to stop suffering. They’re sick and like all sick people, they need treatment and medicine to get better.
Asking for help doesn’t make a person weak. If you’re suffering from substance abuse or mental illness, then don’t hesitate to contact Luxe Recovery LA. We’re here to help you and we accept most forms of insurance.