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What is Executive Addiction Treatment?
Executive addiction treatment is ideal for professionals who require a high level of privacy during recovery.
This type of specialized care method ensures that executives receive the appropriate balance of effective addiction care and anonymity.
With convenient and discreet addiction care facilities throughout California, we make it easy to achieve this balance.
Primary Benefits of Executive Addiction Treatment
In addition to privacy during their care program, executive addiction treatment participants benefit from a safe and comfortable space where they can focus solely on recovery.
At the executive level, there are constant distractions, relapse triggers, and temptations to contend with.
Our comfortable and amenity-packed facilities can help eliminate these concerns.
Early sobriety and eliminating distractions can pave the way for a successful recovery journey.
Substance Abuse Risk Factors
Substance abuse impacts individuals of different ages, genders, geographical locations, and socioeconomic statuses. However, substance abuse does tend to occur at higher rates in some demographics than in others. Individuals who are on both the high earning and low earning ends of the spectrum face unique risk factors for substance abuse.
While many high-income professionals appear to have large social circles, many of these same individuals feel that these social circles are shallow. Large or high-level social circles rarely provide the same benefits that a small and carefully curated circle of quality friendships would. It can be hard to build these types of relationships at the executive level. Feelings of isolation or loneliness are common drivers of drug and alcohol abuse.
Common Relapse Triggers
While isolation and loneliness are two common drivers of initial substance abuse, they are also common relapse triggers. Others relapse triggers might be certain social circles or individuals who have previously abused substances alongside you. Specific locations, events, moods, or thought patterns are other common relapse triggers.
Relapse prevention training at Resurgence Behavioral Health can help you identify and disrupt your drug triggers, making it easier to achieve lasting sobriety. This is one of the many benefits of executive addiction treatments. We can also help you identify opportunities for sober social networking, as well as building effective support systems.
What are the Most Common Executive-Level Addictions?
Juggling familial relationships and responsibilities while building quality friendships and a rewarding career can be a lot to balance at once. We mentioned before that isolation is one of the largest risk factors for substance abuse, but it is far from the only one.
High-stress workdays, overwhelming career pressures, and an increasing demand to focus on the project at hand can all contribute to the problem. For many executives, these challenges are only additional hurdles. For many, the underlying risk for substance abuse begins before their career does.
Higher childhood family socioeconomic statuses are heavily linked to alcohol and marijuana abuse rates. This may be due to early exposure by family members, other relatives, or friends. It may be that it is more affordable for late adolescents and young adults in these income brackets. More likely, it is a mixture of many different factors. Early exposure, genetic predisposition, and underlying mental health disorders are some of the most common risk factors across all demographics.
Dual Diagnosis Care
Substance abuse and mental health disorders are intrinsically linked. Each of these conditions impairs important functions in your brain and body. If you began abusing substances to cope with the symptoms of an underlying mental health disorder, like anxiety or depression, you are not alone. It may occur in reverse as well. Your substance abuse may have triggered a mental health disorder. These co-existing conditions are called dual diagnoses. And they are much more common than you might think.
Nearly half of all individuals who have a mental illness will also experience a substance use disorder, and vice versa. One of the most common of these combinations is depression and alcoholism. About 18 million American adults have an alcohol use disorder.
Another common dual diagnosis is a generalized anxiety disorder and cocaine addiction. Mood disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, and personality disorders all often overlap with drug or alcohol abuse. Our highly specialized dual diagnosis program can help improve both of these conditions simultaneously. This is the best way to ensure that one does not remain and worsen the other over time.
Holistic and Recreational Remedies
One of the things that make our addiction care programs so effective is the unique balance of proven therapies and holistic and recreational remedies. We employ behavioral therapies to help you identify and avoid triggers, change damaging thought patterns and behaviors, and build healthy habits and coping mechanisms. Group therapy and family therapy sessions can help you improve your relationships and build reliable support systems.
We use creative alternatives like art therapy and music therapy to help improve your overall emotional well-being, communication skills, self-esteem, and self-expression. Indoor and outdoor recreational activities, like fitness classes, yoga, and meditation, help you find balance and clarity. These activities are restorative and help improve both your mental and physical health. Each of our addiction care programs is perfectly customized to your unique addiction and needs, and it is well-rounded to ensure the greatest chances of success.
Choosing the Right Setting for Executive Addiction Treatments
Executive addiction treatment can take place in several settings. At Resurgence, we offer both inpatient care programs, outpatient care programs, and several that land somewhere in between. These supplemental options include partial hospitalization programs, intensive outpatient programs, long-term rehab, aftercare, 12-step programs, and other specialized treatments. One of the primary benefits of choosing an inpatient care program for executive addiction treatments is that living temporarily in our facility makes it easier to retain your privacy. Additionally, you will have 24-hour access to all of the care, support, and guidance you need to make the most of your recovery journey.
You will enjoy healthy meals, therapy sessions, support groups, holistic remedies, and recreational activities each day. Our high-level amenities will make you feel comfortable and ensure that you focus on your recovery. If a full-time program is not an option, we can build an alternative care plan that focuses on many of the same proven recovery techniques and treatment methods. The only significant difference will be how much time you spend with us each week. We will work with you to determine the best settings and methods for your executive addiction treatments.
Paying for Addiction Care Programs
If you have health insurance, you may have partial or full coverage for your addiction care program. We accept payments from most major health insurance providers to make this process easier. You can call our addiction counselor at any time for a complimentary insurance verification. If your coverage falls short or you do not have coverage, we can help you build a plan that conveniently and affordably breaks down your balance.
Resurgence Behavioral Health Executive Addiction Treatments
Your health, comfort, safety, and privacy are our top priorities.
At Resurgence Behavioral Health, executive addiction treatments mean high-level, dedicated, and personalized care options.
From our first conversation, we will do everything we can to ensure that your needs are met and your information is safe.
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