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It can be difficult to accept that your spouse needs substance abuse help. Addiction can happen to anyone, however. Finding the proper blend of strength, support, and firmness is the key to getting help for your spouse’s addiction needs. When you are ready to seek professional help, we offer the highest standard of care for your partner as they navigate the rehabilitation and treatment process.
Our Recovery Support Team believes that spouses and other family members play integral roles in the substance abuse recovery process. In many ways, your loved one needs you now more than ever before. When your spouse enrolls in our luxury rehab program, you can both benefit.
During inpatient treatment, your spouse will be encouraged to maintain open communication with you. You will also receive regular updates from our staff, detailing your spouse’s progress and treatment options. Clients in our inpatient program receive a minimum of 10-15 individualized sessions a week; as your partner moves along with their recovery, these sessions may come to include specialized couples counseling, if desired. Family Therapy is also part of the customized recovery program we will design for your spouse.
When your spouse is suffering from addiction, it can become the focus of your life. With Clarity Way, we instill the skills needed to free the client and their loved ones from a life of substance abuse. We have found that the best way to fight addiction is to accept that it takes a holistic commitment to the process of recovery. The multidisciplinary therapies offered at Clarity Way treat the client as a whole person – someone who is looking for the tools to help themselves and the loved ones who support them.
The therapies we use are among the most successful and progressive treatments known to addiction medicine today. Your loved one can identify the emotions and actions that led to using while practicing personalized coping strategies that can reduce the risk of relapse. Your loved one can also receive treatment for any underlying mental health disorders, such as depression or post traumatic stress disorder. The precise blend of therapies your loved one receives depends on his or her individual needs.
Our high staff-to-client ratio and 24-hour nursing care lets clients receive individual therapeutic attention with customized programs that support your loved one’s specific goals, needs, and plans for the future. Art and Music Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as a host of visual and kinesthetic techniques will aid your spouse in his or her path to recovery. These therapies are designed to heal the trauma of addiction and provide creative outlets for self-expression.
Clarity Way offers your spouse a healthy way to relate to themselves and others through treatment that addresses the underlying factors contributing to addictive behavior. Clients are encouraged to engage in frank self-examination in both group and one-on-one therapy sessions. At our facility, your spouse will learn the skills needed to stay sober and to re-engage in the world, before coming home to you.
Once your spouse has successfully completed his or her treatment at Clarity Way, we provide the support of a fully detailed aftercare plan. During treatment, clients learn skills and behaviors that will help them continue to make healthy choices while dealing with the stresses of sober living. Our programs do not end with inpatient treatment – aftercare options include follow-up communication with our dedicated aftercare therapist, as well as regular outpatient therapy sessions.
If your spouse is suffering from a substance abuse problem, we can help. Contact our intake coordinator today at 1-877-628-1489 to discuss your treatment options discreetly.
“To the CW Team: I have been sober for 3 years, today. As my daughter turns four years old, I am grateful for the compassion and patience you have shown me. Without your help I wouldn't be the mom I am now. Although I've had some difficulties since leaving treatment, I have never started using again. Thank you for everything.”