Rehabilitation Centres in South Africa – Finding Recovery in Johannesburg and Pretoria
It takes strength and courage for you to admit that you have a problem and that you need help. Most people ignore their problems until it is too late for them to get the help they need. Checking yourself into rehab is an even bolder step, and the only challenge you may face then is finding the appropriate treatment centre that you can go to. You need to choose one of the best rehabilitation centres in South Africa so that you or your loved ones can get the best care.
If you are looking for mental and wellness or drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres in South Africa, you need to go through the best options available. For decades, many people from foreign countries like the Netherlands and the UK have been coming to South Africa for
mental health and addiction treatment. This is because South Africa has various treatment programmes you can choose from, and you get high-quality services for less financial investment. If you are looking for affordable treatment, South Africa is one of the most affordable options.
A fairly common question we receive, it “how do we treat addictions “? Primarily with behavioural therapies. There are various behavioural therapies that assist in the treatment of addiction.
Twelve-step facilitation therapy is an active engagement strategy designed to increase the likelihood of a substance abuser becoming actively involved in 12-step self-help groups, thereby promoting abstinence. Three key ideas predominate: (1) acceptance, which includes the realization that drug addiction is a chronic, progressive disease over which one has no control, that life has become unmanageable because of drugs, that willpower alone is insufficient to overcome the problem, and that abstinence is the only alternative; (2) surrender, which involves giving oneself over to a higher power (of your own understanding – this is not a religious programme), accepting the fellowship and support structure of other recovering addicts and following the recovery activities laid out by the 12-step programme; and (3) active involvement in 12-step meetings and related activities.
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a method which helps to prevent relapse. Cognitive-behavioural strategies are based on the theory that in the development of maladaptive behavioural patterns such as substance abuse, learning processes play a critical role. Individuals in CBT learn to identify and correct problematic behaviours by applying a range of different skills that can be used to stop drug abuse and to address a range of other problems that often co-occur with it.
If you or a loved one needs assistance with an addiction and needs a rehabilitation centre in South Africa – know that help is readily available. The road to recovery is not always an easy one but getting yourself or your loved one the best possible care from the team at Crossroads Recovery Centre, provides you with a map to sober, healthy living. No matter how bad things seem, there is hope and it’s only a phone call away. If you or anyone close to you needs help with an addiction to sex, gambling, substances, alcohol or food, please contact us for a free assessment.
Stories of Recovery
- The encouragement, love and support from the team at Crossroads allowed me to eventually see that I was worth something - that my life could be turned around and that I could accomplish the things that had long been a forgotten dream.Oliver VGRead more
- On the last day of my stint at Crossroads I could only express gratitude towards all who works there. A wise councillor once commented on my question when one is ready for rehab by explaining that when one is ready for rehab, rehab is ready for you.Johan BRead more
- I was lost and my soul was broken until I ended up at Crossroads and was introduced to the Twelve Steps. With the help of their excellent staff and amazing support I have recently been clean for 18 months, I could not have done it without them!Carla SRead more
- "Just for today I am more than three years in recovery. I have Cross Roads to thank for this wonderful gift. Cross Roads helped me to set a firm foundation in my recovery on which I can continue to build."Angelique JRead more