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Addiction Treatment Options

At Cycles of Change Recovery Services, we provide addiction treatment options that focus on helping clients achieve long-term recovery.  Our facility in beautiful Palmdale, California offers a pleasant, comforting environment where clients can feel nurtured and secure during their time in our program.  With a combination of compassion and skills, our expert staff members help clients reach their recovery goals.  

We offer a variety of treatment options and therapies for a comprehensive approach that can be customized to meet the unique needs of each client.  

Types of Treatment We Offer

Addiction is powerful, and each person responds to treatment differently.  With that in mind, we offer evidence-based treatment options to ensure that our clients get the highest level of treatment available today.  

  • Drug and Alcohol Detox

Our drug and alcohol detox provides a safe, medically supervised detoxification to help clients manage withdrawal symptoms.  The goal is to help the person’s body eliminate toxins that accumulated during the substance abuse.  Depending on the severity of the addiction and the substance involved, some withdrawals can be severe or fatal.  Our team of addiction specialists and medical personnel monitor the detox process.  Medications are available if needed to help manage intense or dangerous withdrawal symptoms.  A client’s safety and comfort are their priority.  

  • Inpatient Rehab

Individuals with prolonged or severe addictions see more lasting results with an inpatient program.  They reside in the facility for the duration of treatment, thereby eliminating outside negative influences that can trigger a relapse.  We provide 24/7 support and supervision throughout the length of the program which can last 30, 60, or 90 days, depending on the client’s needs.  

  • Outpatient Rehab

In our intensive outpatient program, clients receive consistent treatment but continue living at home during treatment.  Individuals with mild or moderate addictions can benefit from this approach to treatment.  They can keep working or attending school but must attend regularly scheduled counseling and other therapy sessions.  One disadvantage of outpatient rehab is that the person will likely encounter temptations as they go about their daily routines.  So, it requires a high level of commitment and discipline.

  • Extended Care

Some individuals may benefit from an extended care program after rehab. These programs are also known as sober living homes.  This type of program provides continued support and guidance as they transition back into society.  Our extended care house provides a secure, drug-free environment to reside in during their transition from rehab.  They can work, socialize, and attend counseling or self-help meetings as needed but most follow curfew requirements.  Extended care provides structure and helps build discipline by having residents adhere to a few rules and contribute to daily chores.  The extended care program also serves as a stepping stone for those who are leaving rehab but aren’t quite ready to tackle the outside world yet.  

  • 12-Step Programs

Our 12-Step program differs somewhat from the original AA program.  However, it has proven to benefit a large number of clients.  This program relies on believing in the concept of a higher power and surrendering to that power for help in maintaining sobriety.  These programs are used by many support groups to help people achieve freedom from addiction.

Therapies Used in Our Treatment Programs

At Cycles of Change Recovery, we realize that each client is unique.  Treatment and therapies that work for one client may have the same effect on another.  With that in mind, we offer therapies that can be individualized for their specific needs.  These treatment approaches can be used independently or in combination with other methods to ensure the right level of treatment for each person in our program.  

  • Biosound Therapy 

Biosound therapy is a new form of treatment that helps a person relax and reduce stress.  The therapy uses a combination of music, binaural beats, and vibrations to induce a meditative state of mind.  Research shows that biosound therapy can reduce some of the psychological and physiologic symptoms in the brain caused by prolonged substance abuse.  As a result, a person can think more clearly and focus on tasks more effectively.  It also helps increase positive emotions and decrease anxiety.  

  • Family Therapy

Family therapy is a form of counseling that seeks to help family members understand how to support a loved one who is in recovery.  It also helps the recovering individual understand how their addiction has affected others.  In this way, everyone involved learns to work together to improve how they handle situations or disagreements.  Family therapy seeks to help families overcome the stigma of addiction and understand their role in a loved one’s recovery process.

  • Meditation and Yoga

Meditation and yoga therapy are holistic techniques that help a person achieve increased mindfulness and awareness.  These therapies have been used for thousands of years in many cultures and religions to reduce stress, pain, anxiety, or depression.  When these therapies are used in combination with our other therapies, clients find that they are better able to manage withdrawal symptoms during detox.  Clients also find meditation and yoga to be beneficial in helping them avoid relapse.

  • Psychodrama Therapy

Psychodrama therapy sessions help clients address issues from their past that are impacting their recovery efforts.  The sessions use various approaches that encourage a person to act out scenes in a group setting.  It’s like “thinking out loud” and helps clients verbally express their thoughts and feelings.  After the scene, a group discussion takes place where participants can offer tips or advice to the individual.  Psychodrama therapy is a way of helping clients confront their feelings and emotions rather than avoiding them.  In this way, their problems seem less drastic and become more manageable.

  • Holistic Therapy

Holistic therapy is based on healing the whole person, not just the physical addiction.  This form of therapy seeks to address how the mind, body, and spirit interact.  It is a method that helps a person discover the underlying causes of their substance abuse.  Once they understand the reasons behind their substance abuse, relapse prevention will be less difficult.  Holistic therapy is usually included in faith-based programs but can be part of secular programs as well.  

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-behavioral therapy seeks to help a person understand how their poor self-image has influenced their behavior regarding substance abuse.  Through a combination of counseling and activities, clients become more aware of how they view themselves.  The process involves identifying and changing negative thoughts that have impacted all aspects of the person’s life.  

Other Program Options We Offer

In addition to the programs and therapies listed above, we also offer many other beneficial treatment options including:  

  • Intervention services
  • First Responder Wellness programs 
  • MAT programs
  • Treatment for co-occurring disorders  

Each component of our treatment program is in place to ensure that our clients receive the right treatment for their needs. 

Your Path to Recovery Begins at Cycles of Change 

Our goal at Cycles of Change Recovery is to be a part of the solution to addictions and overdoses.  We accomplish this goal by helping clients overcome addiction and return to being productive and healthier members of society.  We are a fully accredited treatment facility that provides a secure, supportive atmosphere for our clients as they progress through treatment.

We realize that the first step on the path to recovery is the hardest.  It involves taking an honest look at your situation and admitting that you need professional treatment.  At Cycles of Change Recovery, you’ll get the support and guidance you need for your recovery journey.  Contact us today at our Palmdale, CA facility to learn more about our facility and programs.