We’re all more than just one thing. We’re more than a body. More than a mind. More than an addiction. We are people with complex stories. We have mental, physical and emotional needs.
When anyone is abusing a substance, their lives will be out of balance, and even when they start to treat the addiction, they need support to get their equilibrium back. Which is why we don’t only focus on addiction therapy and substance abuse treatment. We also offer a range of complementary therapies at our Safe Haven Recovery Center facility.
A healthy body and a healthy mind go hand in hand. Many of our patients benefit from physical training in our fully equipped gym. Watching their bodies transform inside and out can be a powerful and empowering experience.
If substance abuse is linked to unexpressed anger, boxing therapy can be the perfect, healthy way to get those feelings out. Our boxing therapy is professionally supervised too, so it’s completely safe for everyone involved.
Relaxation is key to getting your body and mind in balance. Massage therapy can not only address issues related to physical pain (which can increase the need to abuse substances) but can also help to relax our patients. When patients are not stressed and completely relaxed physically, they are more open to many of the mental health treatments we offer.
NAD or nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide is a naturally occurring niacin co enzyme. It has been linked to improved brain function, DNA repair and more. NAD+ therapy is a treatment that uses an IV to slowly increase the amount of NAD in our patient’s bloodstream, helping us to get more of the benefits of this biochemical.
Sometimes, when our patients want to break an addiction, they need to address things outside of themselves first. Families of people who abuse substances may be involved in triggering their pattern of abuse, or they may be innocent bystanders, who routinely pick up the pieces. In either case, if patients want a lasting and meaningful recovery, it’s important to treat not only their addiction, but their relationships with their family.
Yoga is a powerful practice that can transform body and mind. Many people who are going through addiction therapy find that yoga is a fantastic way to feel more grounded and centered, and to allow them to work through their feelings calmly and peacefully. It helps to focus attention, clear the mind and really focus on yourself, and at the same time, helps to build a stronger and healthier body.
Art therapy can be a great way to work through feelings and thoughts in a judgment freeway. Being creative activates different parts of the brain and is an escape from day to day reality. Many of our substance abuse patients find that this is very helpful for their recovery journey.
Reiki is an ancient practice that is focused on correcting and managing the flow of energy through the body. While our patients are going through their recovery process, this can help them to relax and refocus, so when they are involved in other kinds of addiction therapy, they are more open and ready to accept and embrace change.
At the Safe Haven Recovery Center in Beverly Hills, California, 90210, we know that recovery is not an event. Substance abuse treatment isn’t a linear path, and people are complex beings that are so much more than just their addiction.
Which is why we focus our substance abuse treatments on more than just the addiction itself.
We help our patients to find out what triggers caused their addiction, and how they can address and heal from those triggers, so they can find lasting recovery.
We teach our patients to value and nourish their emotional, mental and physical health, and how all of those things contribute to and are affected by substance abuse.
We aim to give people the long term, holistic lifestyle tools they need to make a change that they can maintain for the rest of their lives – and tools that they can use in other areas of their lives.
Safe Haven Recovery Center approaches every patient and case as an individual and works with our patients and their families to find the right combination of treatments that will work for them.
So, if you or someone you love has been struggling to find balance and to stay on the path out of addiction and substance abuse to sobriety and good health, we’re here for you.
Contact our team today, and let’s start creating a road map to a clean, clear, healthy future. Remember – the journey of a thousand miles starts with one step. Take that step today.
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