Private Alcohol and Drug Rehab for Couples
In general, couples who are under addiction of drugs or alcohol are unable to find rehab facilities where they can stay together and fight their addiction together. With Capo by the Sea you can overcome drug and alcohol addiction by staying together with your partner. We have a friendly team of staff that help couples to give up on their addiction. We help them get rid of addiction by focusing on the root cause of their addiction and helping them fight it. Also, we support couples to mutually help their partners to overcome the drug addiction.
Alcohol and Drug Therapy for Couples
Nowadays, it is common for couples to be victims of drug abuse. Do not worry. There are several other couples just like you who are trying to quit their addiction together!
The Benefits of Couples Rehab
When both members of a marriage or committed relationship find themselves in active addiction it can lead to serious disruption. A couple that battles alcoholism or drug addiction may find it not only damages their relationship but can also result in neglect of responsibilities, such as tending to children or housework, which impacts the whole family. Worse, a couple’s substance abuse can lead to domestic violence, family instability, legal problems, and divorce.
Couples rehab allows both partners to receive addiction treatment at the same time, aligning themselves with a shared mission—a commitment to sobriety and recovery. Couples who get sober together in couples rehab will work as a team toward resolving the underlying issues that may be driving the addictive behaviors. As each other’s support, couples in recovery watch each other’s back and cheer each other on.
Aiding Couples in Improving their Relationship
The program designed by us is exclusively meant for couples where both partners are addicted and suffering from drug and alcohol addiction. Our programs are customized based on the couple and by enrolling yourself to the program, we would guide you in the right direction to give up on your habit. Towards the end of the rehab program, you and your partner would return as a wonderful couple with great bonding, tolerance and mutual support towards each other, making your relationship succeed.
a) During each session, the therapist enquires about the progress made since the previous session and also confirms that the couple did not undergo substance abuse again.
b) Progress is tracked based on the targets set for couples in the previous session.
c) The couples are also given homework to do and this is evaluated by the therapist during each session.
d) Problems, either pre-existing or ones that arise newly are discussed upon by the couple and the therapist, so that there are no growing differences between partners.
e) Homework and assignments designed to help couples overcome their substance abuse addiction.
Coping Skills for Couples
When the relationship dynamic involves addiction, treatment will be tailored around acquiring new recovery skills that double as support for the relationship itself. Addiction can fuel disharmony in the home, which shows up as anger, frustration, and resentment. By coaching couples to improve their interpersonal skills, conflicts or frustration can be managed in a more productive way.
Couples rehab will center on psychotherapy; individual, couples, and group sessions. If there are any underlying mental health issues, such as trauma, abuse, or grief, these will be examined and treated. In addition, special coping skills will be introduced as helpful tools to be accessed in the couple’s recovery. These include:
Communication Skills. Couples will benefit when they learn how to communicate feelings, concerns, or grievances in a way that is fair and non-confrontational. Effective communication skills help couples convey their thoughts and feelings in a productive manner.
Anger Management. Drugs and alcohol can fuel frustration and emotional outbursts, possibly even leading to potential verbal and physical abuse within the home. In recovery couples learn how to better manage emotions like frustration and stress without resorting to anger.
Conflict Resolution. In recovery, learning how to calmly address misunderstandings or differing opinions within the relationship is key. Couples learn methods for conflict resolution that they can use in all aspects of their lives.
Stress Reduction Techniques. As a common trigger to relapse, stress is the number one challenge to recovery. Learning how to reduce stress through techniques such as deep-breathing exercises, mindfulness, yoga, guided meditation, or massage therapy can help partners learn methods to regulate stress and fend off relapse.
How to Reinforce Sobriety After Couples Rehab
Successfully completing the couples rehab program is only the beginning of the recovery journey. Putting the recovery tools into action takes some time and practice before they become new healthy habits. Couples will find that continuing care offers them important protective measures that reinforce recovery. These might include:
- Couples sober living. Transitional housing can be helpful in the early months of recovery, providing an alcohol and drug-free living environment with a built-in deterrent to relapse.
- Outpatient therapy. Ongoing weekly couples and/or individual counseling can help couples navigate bumps in the road in early recovery. Therapy provides timely support the couple as well as a safe place to vent.
- 12-step or similar recovery group. Participation in a recovery community can provide opportunities to form new sober friendships and a source of peer support.
Mutual Dependency Among Couples
Couples face the issue of mutual dependency while in rehab, as both would be trying hard to quit their addiction. We have a program for mutual dependency, where couples can work upon their addiction among themselves and can help each other.
Capo By the Sea provides premier accommodations and amenities for couples and individuals seeking recovery together. Offering private rooms, a pet-friendly policy, upscale accommodations, spa-like amenities, and a wide array of services, couples will find a welcoming and comfortable setting for healing together as a team. Contact us today at 888-529-2114
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