Luxe Recovery is a luxurious addiction treatment center in Los Angeles.
When you find yourself at a point where you need treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, then we’ll be here to provide you with the help and guidance that you need to beat your alcohol and drug addiction so you can take control of your life.
Finding Help in Rehab
Fear is a natural reaction to something that could be potentially uncomfortable or painful. People with substance use disorder can often find themselves afraid of any number of things.
They’re afraid that their addiction is going to end up killing them. They’re afraid that their loved ones might find out. They’re afraid that they might hurt someone.
Being afraid is normal. People are supposed to be afraid. But fear can also hold someone back because it hinders addiction recovery because it holds people back from finding help.
Some addicts are afraid to get help. Maybe they’ve heard about drug and alcohol detox and know how painful it can be.
Or maybe they’re afraid that if they seek substance abuse treatment, they’ll fail. They’re afraid that their one lifeline for getting better won’t be enough. They’re afraid that they won’t be able to cling on to one last shred of hope because once that’s gone, they’ll have nowhere to go but rock bottom.
Now, as scary as the prospect of going to a rehab center and failing anyway is, the other side of the equation is doing nothing. Addiction treatment programs aren’t guaranteed to beat an addiction.
A lot of people who go through them end up falling off the wagon over and over again.
But doing nothing will guarantee continued addiction. Sure, people fall off the wagon, but plenty of people are able to stay on the wagon and live sober lives.
The very first step in drug addiction treatment is admitting the problem. The next step is finding help, usually in the form of checking into a recovery center.
But, after an assessment, one of the first things that a person goes through in a rehab center is to go through detox.
Detox is when all illicit substances are expunged from the body. The body has its internal filtration system, but drug rehab centers can speed up the process with FDA-approved medication.
As painful as this step is, it’s absolutely vital before checking into a treatment center so that a patient can come in free of the substances they’re addicted to.
Importance of Medical Supervision During Detox
Detox can be a painful procedure, physically and mentally. Depending on the substances being expunged, a patient can present with a variety of symptoms. When done improperly, detox can even result in death.
For this reason, detox at Luxe Recovery is always done under the supervision of medical professionals. Patients can expect the highest level of care from day one. Medical professionals can also provide patients with emotional support during the detox process.
Understanding the Detox Process
At Luxe Recovery, we understand that the detoxification process can be daunting. That’s why we’ve made ours as streamlined and transparent as possible. Here’s a brief overview of how it works:
Managing Withdrawal Symptoms
Our treatment team will supervise a patient to manage painful withdrawal symptoms to make the whole ordeal more bearable.
Identifying and Managing Co-occurring Mental Health Issues
Addiction and mental health disorders often go hand-in-hand. People with underlying mental health issues often turn to drugs and alcohol as a means of self-medicating.
On the other hand, people who have substance use disorders often develop or worsen mental illnesses as a result of their addiction.
Luxe Recovery understands this, so we offer our Dual Diagnosis treatment so we can offer mental health services to the patients who need it. This is to lay a foundation for lasting sobriety.
Transitioning into Residential Treatment
After detox and stabilization, the next step is going into inpatient rehab. The Residential Treatment Program at Luxe Recovery gives patients a luxurious, safe environment where they can rest, relax, unwind, and heal.
Seamlessly transition from detox to inpatient treatment creates a continuum of care that maximizes the odds of long-term recovery.
Life at Luxe Recovery
Evidence-based treatment modalities
When it comes to treatment, Luxe Recovery doesn’t just throw things at the wall and see what sticks. We use:
Individualized treatment plans
Each patient is different, and they have their nuances, which means that they’ll respond to treatment differently.
For this reason, Luxe Recovery creates an individualized treatment plan for each patient. This ensures that everyone who needs help gets the care that they need to get back on their feet.
At Luxe Recovery, treatment does not end with therapy sessions and medication. We provide patients with recreational activities such as yoga and massage therapy to encourage healing through holistic treatment.
Patients can also go on beach days and on supervised outings around the city.
This is so that it’s not just the body and mind that recover, but also the soul. Holistic treatment also helps patients develop coping skills so they are less likely to relapse once they complete inpatient treatment.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the relationship between a person’s thoughts, their feelings, and how they behave. The goal of CBT is to help patients identify and change harmful thought patterns to foster long-term recovery.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Originally designed to treat people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD), DBT is a treatment approach that is focused on helping individuals develop skills in mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness.
The main goal is for patients to have better coping skills to navigate difficult situations more effectively.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
The main idea behind EMDR is that some traumatic memories can get ‘stuck’ in a person’s psyche. This type of therapy uses an eye-based approach to help get those memories ‘unstuck’ so that a patient can process them in a healthy way.
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
MI is a patient-centered treatment approach in which the core tenet is that everyone has the intrinsic ability to change. The potential for change can be hampered by self-doubt.
Under MI, patients are able to bring that full potential out into the world and change for the better.
Supporting a Loved One’s Recovery Journey
Luxe Recovery integrates family therapy into its treatment approach. This is because addiction can strain familial relationships, and therapy seeks to not only repair these relationships but also to give an addict’s loved ones the tools and skills they need in order to support a patient’s healing journey.
Many addicts feel alone. They feel like they’re the only ones going through their struggle. Not to mention that some addicts can have or develop mental illnesses that can make them feel isolated from their family and friends.
But addicts aren’t alone, and Luxe Recovery integrates group therapy into its treatment to show them that they’re not alone.
By going to group therapy sessions, addicts can see other people who are struggling with the same demons as them and are on the same recovery journeys.
This shows them that they’re not all on their own and fosters a sense of camaraderie and mutual understanding.
The battle against addiction is personal and complex. Every patient has a unique story with their personal struggles and highlights.
Individual therapy sessions are the foundation of Luxe Recovery’s addiction treatment and therapists will provide patients with a safe and supportive setting to work out the underlying triggers that led to substance abuse in the first place.
What You’ll Find at Luxe Recovery
Luxe Recovery is an addiction treatment center. But it is not a hospital. The amenities are world-class. You’ll find nothing but comfort and support here. Here’s a brief overview of what to expect:
Our game room comes equipped with a pool table, arcade games, and video game consoles so patients can have fun while they’re getting inpatient treatment.
Patients can watch their favorite movies and discover new ones at Luxe Recovery’s movie theatre.
Patients who have musical inclinations can express themselves in our state-of-the-art music studio.
Luxe Recovery has private rooms for patients so they have a safe space to unwind, reflect, and rest so they can focus on their recovery.
Pool and Spa
The pool and spa are set against beautiful views, so patients can have a serene environment while they heal.
The fully-equipped gym is there so that patients can work on their physical fitness and heal their bodies as well as their minds.
A private chef is onsite to whip up delicious, nutritious meals for the patients.
Benefits of Inpatient Treatment
Inpatient treatment can seem daunting. Being away from home and in unfamiliar surroundings? It’d be natural to feel a little anxious, given those circumstances.
But being in inpatient treatment also has numerous benefits, especially if you’re someone who’s in recovery. Here are a few of those benefits:
At Luxe Recovery, patients are monitored around the clock and are able to get support at all hours of the day.
Patients are removed from the outside world and are unable to access any of the substances to which they’re addicted. Patients stay clean while they’re in treatment.
Continuity of Care
Luxe Recovery also offers an Intensive Outpatient Program for after patients complete inpatient care.
This allows them to transition back into their lives while also continuing to receive a high standard of care and support during their recovery.
There are numerous reasons, both personal and professional, that a person may not want it advertised that they’ve had to seek inpatient care.
Luxe Recovery maintains the highest standard of privacy so that a patient’s business stays between them and their treatment team.
You Can Get Help
Take a breath. Feel the air in your lungs. You know what that means? It means that you’re still alive. It means that you can still get help.
No matter how bad your addiction has gotten, the fact that you’ve still got the strength to breathe in and out means that you’ve still got the strength to get help. Don’t wait. Contact us now. We accept most forms of insurance.