The staff at Southern California Rehab closely works with the client to develop a custom-tailored treatment program that detoxifies the mind as well as the body. Upon graduation, you will have not only beaten the physical addiction, but you will also be able to better understand what led you to abuse drugs and alcohol in the first place – that way, you won’t make the same mistakes again.
At no point during treatment will you ever be called an “addict” or told that you have a “disease”. An addiction is not the same as a disease and our progressive philosophy strictly forbids this flawed train of thought. You are not sick and you should not feel ashamed about having an addiction. You will, however, be fully supported in a safe environment that always promotes one-on-one therapy sessions over group discussions.
To achieve this, a team of addiction specialists will work with you for over 65 hours every week to address the areas of your life that your addiction has shaped, neglected or damaged. Using everything meditative yoga and massage to traditional counseling methods, our professionals will gently guide you towards developing a new identity, an identity that is stronger and more centered.
An addiction is far too complicated to be merely classified as a sickness, and many people struggling with an addiction are in too much turmoil for proper self-reflection. That’s why staff at Passages Malibu are trained to get to the core of your addiction and help you identify key issues. This way, you can develop a better understanding of yourself that is both positive and empowering.
Once you begin to reflect on yourself honestly and without shame, you’ll soon realize that your addiction was caused by one or more of the following reasons:
1. A Chemical Imbalance
2. Events of the past you have not reconciled
3. Current conditions you can't cope with
4. Things you believe that aren't true