The Stages of Recovering from Alcoholism
The Process of Achieving Long-Term Sobriety
One of the most important goals among the clients that come to Muse Treatment for their recovery is achieving lifelong sobriety. When a client has spent any time grappling with alcoholism, one of the main areas they are usually looking for is some sense of calm after the chaos that addiction usually creates. When you truly decide to work through the process of achieving long-term sobriety, you can rest assured that you will reap nothing but benefits.
What Is “Recovery”?
It’s important to remember that the concept of recovery will not begin and end when you at our treatment facility when it comes to addiction. Instead, when you commit yourself to recovery, you commit yourself to work toward maintaining your sobriety every day for the rest of your life.
The first stage of your recovery from alcoholism revolves around putting together a treatment plan that will remove the influence of alcohol from your system and allow you to truly begin to focus on developing a better understanding of addiction. Our team will help you to identify short-term and long-term goals so that you can make the most out of your time in treatment. Additionally, you will begin to make connections with our team and other clients, which will go a long way to the support you need during this time.
During stage two, our team will take the opportunity to learn more about you and your story. At Muse Treatment, we believe that every client has their own story to tell, which is why we encourage you to take the opportunity to interact with our staff and other clients actively. While it’s true that this stage of your recovery may feel awkward or uncomfortable at times, you must stick to the process.
Stage three of your recovery will focus on your continued growth in preparation for your transition back into your everyday life. This process is essential because it’s critical you feel safe and confident as you begin this new aspect of your recovery. Our team will help you identify and address specific triggers you may face as you transition into this phase of your recovery. Keep in mind that you must keep yourself centered on your long-term recovery goals, although you may be met with particular challenges.
This stage of your recovery is a shift toward understanding what steps you need to take to maintain your sobriety now that you are done with your initial treatment plan. We will encourage you to enroll in our aftercare and alumni program during this stage because doing so will help provide you with the continued support that you need and deserve.
Alcohol Addiction Treatment at Muse
When you turn to Muse Treatment for help, you can rest assured that you will be in excellent hands. We work with you to design a recovery program that is specific to your needs. You will never be met with anything less than a staff of kind, caring and empathetic individuals who want to see you succeed in your recovery. Our incredible history of helping our clients overcome their alcoholism speaks for itself. We also take the extra step to provide you with 24/7 support when it comes to relapse prevention. To learn more about our recovery options, please reach out to us today at 800-426-1818.