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Addiction Treatment and Rehab For Professionals and Executives

It can be difficult to accept you need treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, especially if you are in a position that holds a lot of responsibility. Some people, such as business executives, medical professionals, pilots, entrepreneurs, and legal professionals who have worked hard to build their careers and social standing may fear taking time off for recovery. However, what may have started as a few bad decisions can result in the rapid loss of a respected job and reputation, as well as negative impacts on personal life.

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Why Go Through Residential Addiction Treatment With a Cohort?

If you’ve never been to residential addiction treatment before, the typical experience goes like this:

  • Every day, there’s someone new checking in as someone else checks out;
  • Everyone is at different stages in there recovery process;
  • People are constantly coming and going;
  • There is very little continuity.

Even in the better programs, there’s an ongoing sense of hustle, bustle, and disruption. There is a fundamental lack of stability and security, and all of this wears on you emotionally.

Moreover, it impedes your addiction recovery process.

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Two Tools to Help You Evaluate if You're Ready for Residential Rehab

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Inpatient vs Outpatient Treatment Pros and Cons

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The Golden Child Goes to Rehab

Once upon a time on the way to high school, I got into in a serious car accident. My car was totaled, and I was a mess too. While I waited for my parents to arrive at the scene, my hands wouldn’t stop shaking, and I couldn’t catch my breath.

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Inpatient vs Outpatient Treatment: An Honest Comparison

 

Some inpatient treatment centers offer private rooms and baths.

Choosing between an inpatient vs outpatient treatment program for substance abuse, alcoholism or other addictive behaviors often depends on the severity of the condition, finances and time constraints.

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