Certified addiction therapy can save your life.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) June 04, 2013
An empathetic treatment plan at the Certified Addiction Therapy center has been announced, and is now available for individuals and their families to investigate. “Are these treatment plans and therapies helpful for more than one type of addiction?” says a member of staff, referring to a common question that the center is asked. In response, the center states that yes, therapists engaged by the Certified Addiction Therapy center are qualified and certified, “hence, the ‘Certified’ in the name of the center and the website.”
The site referred to, CertifiedAddictionTherapy.com provides more than just referrals. According to the center, “Gone are the days when the only addiction a person or family member worried about was alcohol,” expanding on the fact that the abuse of cocaine, heroin, crystal meth, and prescription drugs from opiates to stimulants are so widespread that “it’s frightening – not only to the families involved, but to law enforcement and policy makers alike.”
And, today’s therapists need to be well-versed in treating these and other addictions as well as the mental health problems likely to be associated with it.
“The science and treatment of addiction is complex,” says the center, continuing, “The solution? Not as simple. One doesn't just look at an addict and say, ‘just say no.’ The idea of teaching people to ‘just say no’ is far too simplistic. And, the fact of the matter is, recovery is a life-long venture for many.”
CertifiedAddictionTherapy.com is a website that provides numerous resources and information for clients and their families, as well as the public at large. For anyone wanting to learn exactly how a drug addiction treatment program can help to organizing a substance abuse intervention – which is becoming increasingly recognized as an important starting point for many families – the site can help.
In addition, CertifiedAddictionTherapy.com also makes it a point to address the younger population that may be researching or curious about the scary facts of drug addiction, or actual repercussions that substance abuse can have in their own lives. As the center explains, “Even though, as mentioned earlier, it’s not as simple as ‘just say no,’ the website goes a step further for young people who want some real answers as to why they should say no to begin with.”
Other typical concerns addressed at the site include explaining the difference between therapy vs. rehab, the types of substance abuse disorders, and the various drug treatment options available to individuals and families.
For those who are actively using and seeking help, the site provides help and referrals to addiction therapists so that they may access treatment or therapy as quickly as possible.
The certified addiction therapists associated with the center typically receive approximately 4,000 – 6,000 hours of intensive training.
In addition to services for the community, it is not uncommon for those who are certified drug and alcohol counselors and therapists to reach out and network with other professionals in the community. The resources of the website can help open doors to the professional community as well.
The primary focus of the site at this time, however, is to ensure that those suffering from substance abuse or addiction get the help they need.
Interested parties can visit CertifiedAddictionTherapy.com for information and/or assistance.