You can get back on track with PCP addiction. By knowing what causes addiction and getting the right treatment, you can start your journey back to sobriety and well-being.
Here at Calusa Recovery we will also focus on the unique difficulties that people with a dual diagnosis – substance abuse and mental illness – face during their PCP treatment.
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One of the first steps when seeking treatment for substance abuse is the detoxification process. Here you are medically supervised and managed through withdrawal process to rid the body of drugs & alcohol.
Residential inpatient treatment is when a client lives on-site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while receiving intensive inpatient treatment. Learn more about inpatient treatment and how it can help you on your journey.
The partial day program at Calusa Recovery combines the best of aspects inpatient and outpatient treatment to form a hybrid program that allows you to experience inpatient therapies on an outpatient basis.
Find out why the innovative intensive outpatient program at Calusa Recovery is your best choice when seeking an outpatient addiction treatment program in Ft. Myers, Florida.
Our outpatient program will enable your professional life to become limitless. We offer the tools for you to become the best you can be while being sober! If you’re in Lee County, don’t wait another day to start your recovery.
The family program at Calusa Recovery is an integral part of our programming. Family therapy is an essential part of the recovery process because it allows members of the entire family system to learn how to recover as a unit while supporting their loved-one in recovery.
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Phencyclidine (PCP) is a drug that was first used as a surgical anaesthetic in the 1960s, but was discontinued due to its serious side effects. PCP is a drug that is dissociative, meaning it can cause hallucinations, distorted perception, and feelings of being disconnected from reality. It can also cause physical and psychological harm, so proper treatment is important.
PCP has many unpredictable side effects, and people under its influence can become violent and aggressive. This can result in self-harm, injury to others, and even criminal charges. Treatment is necessary to treat the physical and psychological harm caused by PCP abuse.
Research has shown that chronic use of PCP can lead to memory loss, depression and anxiety. In addition, substance abuse often interferes with mental health conditions like depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Therefore, treating PCP addiction requires a holistic approach that considers both substance use and mental health conditions.
Calusa Recovery does not accept Medicare or Medicaid as payment for substance abuse treatment.
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In addition to the PCP addiction, people with dual diagnosis may also show signs of mental health issues, such as:
If you or a loved one is experiencing these conditions, it is essential that you seek professional medical advice for a thorough evaluation and diagnosis.
If you or someone close to you is feeling these symptoms, it’s important to get professional help for a thorough evaluation and diagnosis.
Therapy is the foundation of PCP therapy, and it focuses on addressing the root causes of substance abuse, developing coping skills, and managing mental health conditions. There are many different therapeutic approaches that can be used, depending on your individual needs and objectives.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of therapy that focuses on recognizing and addressing negative thinking and behavior patterns. CBT helps people to develop healthier coping strategies, challenge false beliefs, and develop resilience. It can be used to treat PCP addiction as well as other mental health conditions.
Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) focuses on skills training in four areas: mindfulness; distress tolerance; emotion regulation; and interpersonal effectiveness. DBT is an effective treatment for PCP addiction and other mental health issues. It helps people cope with intense emotions, strengthen relationships, and manage difficult situations.
Motivational interviewing, family therapy and group therapy are other therapeutic options for PCP treatment. The best treatment for you will depend on your individual needs, preferences and treatment goals.
While there are no FDA-approved medications for PCP addiction treatment, medications can be prescribed to treat co-existing mental health conditions and manage withdrawal symptoms. Common medications used to treat mental health conditions include antidepressants, antipsychotics and anxiety medications.
Medication-based treatment is a combination of medication and therapy that has been shown to be effective in treating substance use disorders. Medication-based treatment works by addressing both the physiological and psychological components of addiction, thus increasing the likelihood of a successful recovery.
It should always be given and monitored by a licensed medical practitioner. The effectiveness and suitability of medication will depend on your individual situation.
In addition to conventional therapies and medications, holistic approaches to PCP treatment can be beneficial. These approaches are focused on improving overall health and lifestyle balance.
The benefits of yoga and meditation include stress relief, anxiety relief, self-awareness, and mindfulness. Mindfulness is a key component of yoga and meditation, and it can be especially helpful for those in recovery. With yoga and meditation, you will experience a sense of peace and serenity that will help you on your path to long-term well-being.
Art therapy, music therapy and equine assisted therapy can also be part of your PCP treatment plan. These therapies provide you with creative ways to express yourself, support your emotional healing, and give you new ways to deal with obstacles.
The best way to decide which holistic approach is right for you is to talk to your doctor and your treatment provider to find out what works best for you.
Support groups and PCP aftercare programs offer a sense of community and understanding, as well as ongoing support, which is essential for PCP treatment.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a support group that provides a safe space for people to talk about their experiences, ask for help, and connect with other people who have gone through similar situations. Support groups reduce feelings of isolation and encourage people to take responsibility for their actions.
Aftercare programs provide ongoing treatment, job training, relapse prevention programs, and support networks to help individuals transition from treatment to living on their own. Aftercare programs play an important role in helping people stay sober and managing the challenges of life after treatment.
It is possible to recover from PCP addiction. By understanding the root causes of addiction and providing effective treatment, we can help set you on the road to recovery and lasting wellness. With the help of experts, therapy, medication, holistic approaches and support systems, you can overcome your PCP addiction and experience long-term recovery.
If you or a loved one is suffering from PCP addiction or other mental health issues, contact Calusa Recovery today.
Don’t forget that you’re not the only one fighting this battle. Let’s find out the secret to PCP treatment together and start looking forward to a better future.