Recovery from addiction does not take place overnight. Many still suffering in active addiction need help re-establishing a daily/weekly routine. To make the most informed treatment decision, take a look at a typical ‘Day in the Life’ at Tara Addiction Recovery.
A Typical Day in the Life of Women’s Treatment
All treatment centers have a basic schedule in place for clients. When you first arrive, you’ll be oriented and given time to adjust comfortably. Professionals in the field of addiction find its best to get into the following routine to support recovery. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, gender specific treatment programs often yield the best outcomes. Here is an outline for a typical day.
A Typical Morning In Addiction Recovery
Most days, clients rise for a large breakfast bright and early. Most morning classes focus on spirituality, yoga, quiet meditation, and 12-step programming. Several times a week, individuals will have the chance to attend special groups such as Equine Therapy.
A Typical Afternoon in Addiction Recovery
Afternoons with supportive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Group Therapy) is the best treatment framework. A typical day includes groups like Relapse Prevention, Family Dynamics, and Character Building. In a supportive female-only environment, it has been demonstrated that we’re more comfortable–enabling us to recover more easily.
A Typical Evening in Addiction Recovery
Unwind from the day with private time. Reflect on your journey through recovery. Individuals are encouraged to journal to watch their day-to-day progress through treatment.
Recovery Happens One Day at a Time
Reach out and take your life back in gender specific Women’s Treatment through Tara Treatment Center
Those interested in more detailed descriptions of the therapeutic programming offered at Tara Treatment Center should check out our Featured Programs Page