Couples Rehab for Residents of Long Beach, CA

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When a person is struggling with drugs or alcohol, it can affect every area of their life.  This includes their finances, their career, their family life, and especially their relationships.  In a lot of cases, people in romantic relationships can both have their lives impacted by substance abuse.  Often when this occurs, a vicious cycle of use and even binging can be the result, the ultimate outcome of which is a continuing escalation of drinking or drug use.  The flip side of this is that many alcohol and drug rehab organizations offer couples rehab, including Muse Treatment.  At Muse, we understand that everyone who has had their lives negatively affected by drugs or alcohol has lived a different story.  This goes for couples, too.  

At Muse, we have worked hard to put together an exceptional team of professionals to help both our individual clients and couples that come to us for their alcohol or drug rehab.  We have also devised an approach to alcohol and drug rehab that takes on the problems that each of our patients is having from multiple perspectives.  This allows us to more easily get to the root of why many of our patients turned to drugs or alcohol in the first place. 

We believe that if you do not address the underlying causes of a person’s drinking or drug abuse during rehab you will not successfully prepare them to avoid relapses in the future.  This is true for individuals, and also for couples who attend our alcohol or drug rehab programs.

Couples rehab can also be very advantageous for people to go through together even if only one of them is struggling with substance abuse.  In many cases, friends, loved ones, family members, and significant others do not understand why someone is abusing drugs or alcohol.  If they have not dealt with addiction before they can also think that a person can or should stop of their own accord, knowing the damage they are doing to themselves and the people around them. 

By taking part in drug or alcohol rehab together the other partner can learn about all the issues that are the underpinnings of their significant other’s substance abuse and be better prepared to help them as they enter recovery.  It is also good for a spouse or partner to see the commitment their loved one is making to change their life and live an alcohol and drug-free lifestyle.  Loving relationships can be destroyed by the abuse of drugs or alcohol and at Muse Treatment we are here to help couples move forward to a much more positive place in their lives. 

If your partner or both you and your significant other are struggling with drugs or alcohol, give us a call.  We have programs that work for people from all walks of life.

Benefits of Couples Rehab

No matter the reason for someone’s substance abuse, it can be very damaging to even the most loving relationship.  When both partners struggle with drugs or alcohol and only one attempts to quit, relapses can occur due to lack of support and easy access to substances. Committing to treatment is a big step in the right direction for a couple where both partners are fighting addiction. If both people in the relationship go to couples rehab, you will be able to support each other and make your love for each other stronger. 

By taking part in rehab together, couples immediately become a support structure where each partner can lean on the other as they progress through rehab.  Just like partners can bring each other down if they are both using, they can also feed off the positivity of them both moving forward in their recovery.

Depending on the exact circumstances, and every couple is different of course, the specific treatment plans can vary.  Just like with individuals, Muse creates custom-tailored care plans for each of our clients, including couples.  This may mean that partners do spend some time getting individual treatment.  For example, each person usually goes through the detox process on their own, as they may need different medical attention based on several factors.  Once each partner has completed alcohol or drug detox, they can begin rehab therapy treatment together. 

When you take part in couples rehab, many issues revolving around your relationship will be addressed during therapy that can make your bond with each other stronger. You could be going over issues that you have with fights that revolve around money, not being present in the relationship physically or emotionally, or neglecting to live up to your responsibilities. 

It’s important that everything come out during rehab therapy, no matter how long it takes, in order to properly move forward.  At Muse, a variety of therapy techniques are used to accomplish this and we are always exploring new avenues of treatment for all of our patients. 

Why Choose Muse for Spousal or Partner Rehab?

Muse is an excellent place to spousal or partner rehab due to our dedication to offering comprehensive treatment to all of our patients.  The Muse Los Angeles Inpatient Rehab Center, the Muse Intensive Outpatient Rehab Center, and the sober living homes for men and women that we have throughout the L.A. area are the best available. 

At Muse, we know that substance abuse can affect a person’s mind, body, and spirit and when they are in a romantic relationship this damage can be magnified.  That’s why our individual and couples rehab programs all center on healing every part of a person.  At Muse, we give people the skills they need to handle the stressors and triggers they will encounter in society, whether they have a partner or not.  However, when you choose Muse for spousal or partner rehab we put extra emphasis on the bonds that exist with the people who are paired together.

If you or your partner is struggling with drugs or alcohol, give us a call today.  Our top-notch rehab specialists will review all of the details involved in getting started in couples rehab.  We know you’ll have questions.  We have answers.  Contact Muse Treatment today.

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