Millions of Americans struggle with alcohol addiction each year. While estimates vary, it is one of the most common mental health problems in the country. If you believe that your drinking has started to seriously impact the quality of your life or the life of a loved one, then you should know that help is available.
At New Method Wellness, we have created a comprehensive alcohol detox, rehab, and wellness program designed to give you the tools you need to overcome this addiction and get back to the life you love. Contact us today in San Juan Capistrano to learn how we can help!
Because alcohol use is so common, it can be challenging to know when your drinking has become problematic. If you notice any of the following symptoms or are concerned about a loved one, it may be time to consider your options. Some signs of alcohol addiction include:
Being unable to stop drinking.
Drinking to the point where you blackout.
Choosing alcohol over your responsibilities, friends, or family.
Drinking alone or feeling like you have to hide how much you are drinking.
Feeling ill when you don’t drink.
Drinking even when it makes you feel worse or is contributing to a serious health condition.
If you notice any of these symptoms or are concerned for your health and safety, it is a good idea to talk to a doctor as soon as possible. Alcohol abuse can lead to long-term health problems such as liver disease, pancreatitis, brain damage, heart disease, and more.
Many people believe that you need to reach “rock bottom” before getting help, but it doesn’t have to be that way. The sooner you seek treatment, the better chance you have for long-term success, and the sooner you can get back to doing all the things you loved. At New Method Wellness, we are always here to answer any questions and help you find the treatment program that is right for you.
If you are addicted to alcohol, you may be tempted to quit on your own, but this can be dangerous. Detoxing from alcohol without the proper medical support can be fatal. It is always better to seek professional help to support you through withdrawals and prevent life-threatening side effects.
There is a wide range of alcohol treatment programs available to people struggling with addiction. At New Method Wellness, we take a holistic approach to treatment, getting to the root of your addiction and identifying any dual diagnoses so we can create a plan that is tailored to your exact needs.
We offer both inpatient and outpatient programs designed to help you recover and remain in recovery for the long run. Our wide range of treatments includes alcohol detox, inpatient rehab, residential facilities, and long-term outpatient support.
We utilize a wide range of researched-back therapies designed to help you not only get sober but to address the underlying cause of your addiction and to build a better life. Our therapies include group therapy, family therapy, equine-assisted therapy, massage therapy, nutritional guidance, and so much more. Check out our complete list of unique programs.
At New Method Wellness, we teach you to identify triggers and help you build effective coping strategies so you can prevent relapse. Then we work with you to determine what a meaningful life looks like to you so we can help you reach your goals. This makes it easier to stay sober long-term.
Staying sober is a long-term commitment, and there are times when you will need additional assistance even after you have completed your program. We are always here for you if you need help, so you always have someone to turn to if you are concerned about relapse.
Give us a call today or fill out our contact form to get more information and see if your insurance will cover treatment. All calls and responses are confidential for your peace of mind.
If you believe you have a problem, we will schedule an initial assessment to determine what type of treatment plan is best for you. We work with your lifestyle and needs to ensure that you are able to stick with treatment for the long haul.
Treatment for alcohol addiction typically begins with alcohol detox. Once the alcohol is safely out of your system and withdrawal symptoms have subsided, you may start an inpatient or outpatient program.
Our goal is to help you not only get back to your life but to build a better future than you ever imagined. Contact us today to get the care you deserve!
At New Method Wellness, we are going above and beyond to battle alcohol and drug addiction. From trauma-informed care to dual diagnosis cases, we are here to address and support all your mental health concerns. We use only the best researched-backed methods and have been featured in hundreds of publications and media outlets for our exceptional care. New Method Wellness is also accredited by the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.
Our mission is to make quality care accessible to as many people as possible. That is why we work with most major insurance companies in California, including Aetna, Cigna, Anthem, and more. Contact us today to find out if your plan covers treatment.
If you or a loved one is suffering from alcohol addiction, the time to reach out is now. Give us a call today at (866) 951-1824 to begin care.
Deanna Crosby is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with over 20 years of experience working with clients in recovery. Her expertise has catapulted her into the spotlight. Featured on several episodes of the Dr. Phil Show as a mental health expert, DeAnna is a routine contributor for NBC News, The Huffington Post, Elle Magazine, MSN, Fox News, Yahoo, Glamour, Today, and several other prominent media outlets.
After receiving her bachelor’s degree from the University of California in Irvine, Crosby did postgraduate work at Centaur University where she graduated at the top of her class with a CAADAC certification in Centaur’s chemical dependency program. Following her time at Centaur, Crosby received her Master of Counseling Psychology degree from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where she also attained a Doctoral Degree in Depth Psychology.
From all of us at New Method Wellness co-occurring treatment center, we wish you peace and serenity in knowing that you or your loved one will get the necessary help.