Dr. Dullet’s rehab is the only rehabilitation center run by a professional doctor who specialises in the respective field. We are happy to accept resumes at any time and seek to maintain contact with highly qualified and distinguished health professionals in the addictions recovery field.
Why residential treatment is important
An environment that is dedicated to meeting the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual needs of each client can be provided at the center.
Clients are able to stop concentrating on that next drink, that next drug hit, that next bet. Recovery is not just overcoming the cravings, but also finding joy and purpose in living. Rest, nutritious meals, and increased physical and emotional well-being are all part of the process. We believe that the opposite of addiction isn’t just sobriety. It is to give meaning to life, and enhance sense of fulfilment.
Receiving therapy in a residential treatment center means that the treatment process takes place 24 hours a day. People who are not successful at achieving sobriety for a longer period of time from other methods require residential treatment. A residential treatment center is a place where key changes occur in each client. Clients learn to change their attitudes, perceptions and behaviors so that the use of drugs or alcohol or addictive behaviours is no longer necessary. Underlying problems that led to the substance abuse are identified and addressed. The time and attention needed for the slow and more gradual building of recovery can be given in the residential treatment.
Clients learn solid skills to support their life-long recovery, and transition from residential care into the next step in the continuum of care. Clients work closely with their therapists in both individual and groups settings, to begin building positive ways to live without being controlled by their addictions. many types of dual diagnosis that are present alongside substance misuse or behavioural addiction. This may include (but is not limited to) anxiety, depression, trauma issues, and phobias.
In addition to a diverse and comprehensive range of available therapies, clients rediscover how to enjoy normal social and recreational activities. Sharing meals, giving and receiving support, and socialization are all important parts of the recovery journey. It is a safe and nurturing environment, as other residents will know what you are going through, and the solidarity between clients is amazing. Family support, communication skills and relationship repair and reconnection are part of DDRC Integrated Treatment Model. A human being is more than an addiction. Each person treated at DDRC is seen as the unique person that they are, with a personal history and deeply individual needs. Respectful, compassionate care is a core philosophy at DDRC.
The Treatment Program is crafted with a multi-disciplinary and medically guided approach that focuses on healing the patient. It is personalised based on the client’s personal history, family history, circumstances that led to addiction, addictive substance(s), gender, physical health and other variables as at the time of admission. DARA recognizes that family involvement is important, and so, where appropriate, we encourage active involvement of parents and/or spouses as part of our clients’ treatment program. We believe that the family of origin often has a vital role to play in the treatment of substance abuse. At DARA we use two key evidence based approaches; The ‘Family Systems Model’ and ‘Cognitive Behavioral Family Therapy’.
- Extensive Medical and Psycho-social Assessment – Assessment by our treatment team to evaluate medical and mental health to personalise recovery plan.
- Medically Supervised Detox – Evaluation by doctors and nurses to determine appropriate medical intervention.
- Psychiatric / Psychological Therapy – Mental health assessment and therapy.
- Individual, Group and Family Therapy
- Stress, Anger and Grief Management
- In-house AA/NA Meetings – AA/NA meetings in-house attended by fellowship members.
- Yoga, Meditation & Therapy Classes – For all-round development.
- Motivational Interviews
- Recreational Activities
- Problem Solving Skills
- Life Skills Management
- Goal Setting
- Family Therapy – Establishing trust, building healthy communication and eliminating enabling behaviour.
- Introduction to Al-anon – which is a family support group for people that have a loved one suffering from addiction.
- Relapse Prevention – Helping formulate a plan to avoid relapse under certain scenarios.
- Regular Follow-up – To assist with day-to-day challenges in recovery.