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Manage Addiction By Taking Action

Manage Addiction By Taking Action

A successful aftercare program includes learning how to manage addiction by taking action. It involves continued support and counselling for individuals who have undergone one of our ibogaine treatments. The whole point of a successful aftercare program is to help you sustain your sobriety and avoid relapse. Additionally, it will also explore the many ways of taking action by showing up for yourself. 

One of the main components of aftercare is ongoing therapy or counselling. This can take the form of individual sessions, group therapy, or a combination of both. This type of therapy helps you understand the root causes of your addictive impulses and teaches you coping skills to manage addiction triggers and cravings.

Another vital part of aftercare is joining support groups, such as 12-step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. These groups offer a safe, supportive environment where individuals can share their experiences and receive encouragement and guidance from others in recovery. However, 12-step programs are not to everyone’s taste. That is why we offer our clients a continued and more holistic aftercare meeting once a week. 

In addition, aftercare involves building a healthy, sober support network. This should include friends and family who can offer emotional support and encouragement. Equally important is a network of sober peers who can provide advice and guidance based on their own recovery journey. This is where our online video therapy comes in. This is also where our continued online video therapy can help our clients. 


Aftercare Also Means Self-Care

Self-care practices, such as exercise, healthy eating, and stress management, are also important for promoting overall physical and mental well-being in recovery. These practices can help individuals build resilience and reduce the risk of relapse and are tried and tested ways to manage addiction by taking action. 


Finally, it is crucial for individuals in recovery to have a plan in place for managing potential challenges or setbacks. This plan may include a supportive network, strategies for avoiding triggers, and a plan for seeking help when needed.