Home » Therapies » Relapse Prevention
Relapse is complex and is perhaps the biggest obstacle you can face once you receive initial treatment for your alcohol or drug addiction. Recovery isn’t complete once your body is rid of toxins; it’s a lifelong journey that will come with many temptations to fall back into addiction. Though relapse is fairly common, it can be more difficult to stop using alcohol or drugs again, especially without the tools therapy can provide. This is why Cedar Oaks Wellness Center offers relapse prevention resources for clients in addition to our treatment programs and therapies in Cincinnati. Our team wants to prepare clients for successful futures by equipping them with healthy coping methods and helping them understand their triggers.
Relapse prevention education is an important part of building a solid foundation for long-term, sustainable recovery.
Group therapy at Cedar Oaks Wellness offers our clients a safe & supportive environment to connect with peers.
We know that the family is an important part of recovery. We offer family therapy sessions as needed based on your individual needs.
We’ve partnered with Camp Kern to offer our clients an equine experience where our clients participate in equine activities.
Nutrition & wellness are an important part of the recovery process. Learn more about how we approach physical health at Cedar Oaks.
If you are ready to take action, our caring admissions team is standing by 24 hours a day, 7 days a week ready to help.
When people go through therapy in their treatment programs, they’re not blank slates again – at least, not according to their brains. Because addiction changes the way your brain functions, it will take time for your brain function to return to a more “normal” way of working. During this time, the risk of relapse is higher.
There are various feelings or experiences that can make a former addict feel stressed, uncomfortable, or overwhelmed and make them want to use again. These negative feelings or events are known as “triggers,” and though there are many, there are a few common triggers people experience during recovery.
These common triggers can include:
Your recovery begins with a simple phone call. Call our team at (513) 780-5201 – we can take care of the rest so you can concentrate on healing.