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Holistic Approach in San Diego

San Diego California's Premier Treatment Facility

Combining healing modalities allows us to recognize, address, and heal the individual on a much deeper and complete level than the traditional detox. We address the individual’s energetic, physical, emotional, and mental imbalances to give them lasting and permanent sobriety!

Mind

By creating a deeper support system within the sober community and reshaping a person’s mindset and outlook on recovery, outside recovery meetings are essential to maintaining long-term sobriety. Detox Center of San Diego believes that building this connection with like-minded sober peers in the early stages of sobriety allows clients to engage in healthy relationships that will continue after treatment. Not only do clients have the opportunity to attend recovery meetings outside the facility, but panels of sober individuals also visit the facility to share their experiences, strength, and hope.
Holistic Approach To Addiction Treatment

We provide a safe, comfortable, and effective environment to our patients.

Body

Physical health and activity is a key component to an individual’s overall well-being. Clients are given the choice to engage in multiple athletic activities ranging from surfing to yoga and are provided with a gym membership for their stay. It is often found that the endorphins released during  

physical activity improve a person’s mood and lead to healthier choices throughout the day. With a combination of exercise and healthy meals provided by our chef, the process of regaining physical health can begin with a Holistic Approach.

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Emotions

Subconscious belief codes are beliefs we have developed for ourselves to protect ourselves. These are beliefs that may have formed early in childhood. Subconscious beliefs may start from something as simple as a statement from a mother or father or our perception regarding a situation or interaction.

Sometimes these belief codes can be beneficial and are formed for our highest good. For example, as a child, you touch the hot stove while your mother cooks dinner and burn yourself. You believe it is dangerous to touch a stove while cooking. This is beneficial to your well-being.

On the other hand, picture an individual struggling with addiction being told, “Once an addict, always an addict.” This individual will subconsciously believe this to be true, and his path to sobriety will be much more difficult. When subconsciously you think that “an addict is always an addict,” you may consciously want sobriety, but your subconscious mind will not feel safe with the idea of sobriety. 

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Other Treatment Options

Reiki

Reiki is a non-invasive form of healing in Holistic Approach that involves channeling Universal Life Force Energy into an individual in order to release energetic blockages in the meridians and energy body.

Reiki was founded in the early 1900s and, for decades, has proven to be a powerful and effective means of relieving stress and anxiety and restoring emotional and energetic balance in individuals and is even widely used for pain relief. Reiki is a beautiful healing modality that can identify where stagnated and trapped energy is in the body and release it in a matter of minutes.

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Emotional Freedom Technique

Emotional Freedom Technique, also known as EFT tapping, EFT is a simple self-help method that involves using the fingers to gently tap on the body’s acupuncture points along the meridian lines.

 Even though EFT is a new healing modality, its benefits are recognized worldwide and scientifically proven. One can use EFT tapping for anxiety, weight loss, pain, stress, addiction, and many other problems. EFT Tapping helps us tune in to the negative patterns we form around our uncomfortable thoughts, feelings, and emotions. We tap on specific meridian endpoints while bringing negative thoughts or emotions into the conscious mind. EFT reprograms our stressful responses to particular situations.

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Emotional Trauma Healing

Emotional trauma has been found to play a major role in substance abuse. This trauma may be buried deep in a person’s subconscious and, in many cases may have formed early in a child’s remove them.

developmental years. Emotional Trauma Healing can occur in many different ways for an individual, one of the most effective and efficient ways being through exposing and bringing these traumatic incidents to light while clearing and releasing the trapped emotions that surface. Only while recognizing the emotions trapped behind a traumatic situation can, we earn.

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Exercise

Perhaps the most significant incentive to exercise regularly in addiction recovery is that regular movement can help prevent a return to alcohol or drug use. A collection of studies suggest that regular exercise 

can increase the abstinence rate for substance use by 95 percent. These studies also found that exercise can help manage stress, depression, and anxiety, which can all contribute to substance use.

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Equine-assisted Therapy

Equine-assisted therapy is a form of therapy that uses horses as a means of treatment for physical, emotional, and mental health issues. This therapy involves interactions between the

patient and the horse, including grooming, riding, or simply spending time with the animal. Equine-assisted therapy aims to help individuals improve their communication skills, build trust, develop self-confidence, and increase their physical and emotional well-being.

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Religious Services

Religious services for treatment refer to using spiritual and religious practices as part of a treatment plan for individuals with mental health, addiction, or behavioral issues. These services may include prayer, 

meditation, counseling, and other spiritual practices specific to the individual’s religion or belief system. The goal of religious services in treatment is to provide individuals with a sense of comfort, support, and hope and address the spiritual aspects of their illness that may be contributing to their symptoms.

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