Our Holistic Drug and Alcohol Rehab Center
Addiction affects every part of a human being. It affects us mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually.
Our caring staff at Design for Change Recovery understands that every person is unique, so every person must have a specialized treatment plan. At our dedicated holistic rehab center in Lancaster, California, we take the time to talk about our patient’s drug or alcohol history, mental history (such as depression or anxiety), and relationship history (spouse, family).
Once we have a better understanding of the patient as a whole, we can customize a treatment plan exclusively for them.
We offer a wide variety of holistic therapies including
Sociometry focuses on relational issues within patients’ lives. It helps clients connect with people in their lives and explores relationships and connections. A certified therapist conducts a full sociometry report with the client before engaging in psychodrama.
Psychodrama is action therapy which enables patients develop their physical and emotional well-being. It helps with the exploration of internal as well as external conflicts through dramatic play. When patients act out scenarios, they learn a lot about their own communication skills, and behaviors.
Our holistic addiction treatment, Lancaster Clients have the opportunity to play out real-life scenarios so they can gain a deeper understanding into their lives.
Scenes can be of potential trigger situations, mental states, unfinished situations, or preparation of future situations.
Biosound incorporates biofeedback, sound frequency healing, music therapy, and guided imagery. The patient lies on a special biosound bed that uses the combination of music, vibrations, and binaural beats to induce a meditative state.
This process is extremely healing, relaxing, and helpful to assist in modifying behaviors. The biosound sensor glasses have video guided imagery and sound that utilize positive messages and affirmations. This serves to relax, motivate, and encourage the client.
This process is based on decades of scientific research on the complexities of emotions, stress, and interactions between the brain and heart.
Biosound helps patients become more aware, and more focused. People in detox may be distracted by their physical withdrawal symptoms, so it eliminates exaggerated senses, and reduces anxiety through the physically stimulating vibrations in the bed.
Taking care of ourselves physically is very important. When we exercise, we produce serotonin, build self-esteem, and create discipline in our lives.
Clients go to the gym 3 times a week at a nearby fitness center. As a unique and full featured holistic drug treatment center in Lancaster we also offer the following:
- Physical Fitness
- Personal Trainer
The fitness schedule for all patients is in direct proportion to their recovery program. It’s important to have balance in all our patients’ schedules.
Learning how to take care of our health is imperative. Filling our bodies with nutritious, healthy foods make us feel better.
When we fill our bodies with drugs and alcohol, we rob ourselves of essential nutritional vitamins. In order for our bodies to function at its highest potential, we need to eat healthy.
Maintaining a balanced diet can
- Help Us Stay At A Healthy Weight
- Boost Immune System
- Enhance Concentration And Mood
- Give Us Energy
In our music program, a music instructor teaches patients how to play musical instruments. Clients choose a musical instrument they are interested in, and actually learn how to play it. Other clients may already know how to play a particular instrument, so they can play the one they’re comfortable with.
Learning to appreciate music in a sober environment is important. Many times music can bring back memories of using drugs or alcohol, and could cause a potential trigger.
Music is a powerful force, and can evoke many thoughts and feelings. Learning to equate music with new positive memories and activities will strengthen recovery.
Art can be a healing way to express yourself. We can express our thoughts, feelings, and emotions through art.
When we use drugs or alcohol, our capacity to express ourselves artistically can be diminished. Engaging in artistic activities can help us express ourselves in a healthy, creative, fun way.