Exclusive Hawaii Rehab Is Offering Cognitive Behavioral Therapy And Ocean Therapy In Hawaii
Hakalau, Hawaii -
Exclusive Hawaii Rehab, a luxurious, private eight-bed, holistic addiction treatment center located on Hawaii’s Big Island, is using a range of therapies and modalities to give its patrons an “unparalleled healing experience.”
Behavioral therapy is often the first line of defense when it comes to addressing mental health and substance abuse disorders. It aims to transform challenging behaviors by promoting positive behaviors and eliminating negative ones. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which depends on behavioral therapy methods but adds components of cognitive therapy, emphasizes the negative thoughts behind challenging behaviors. Exclusive Hawaii Rehab uses the best practices of each to provide the best cognitive behavioral therapy Hawaii has to offer.
A spokesperson for the addiction and mental health treatment center talks about techniques it uses to heal clients by saying, “Along with other methods of holistic addiction treatment, the clinical staff at Exclusive Hawaii Rehab uses CBT and DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) to help clients reframe negative or self-destructive thoughts. DBT is a specific type of CBT that uses behavioral and cognitive efforts to help clients learn to deal with their feelings, handle emotions and stress, and mend personal relationships. These techniques can prove effective in battling often-reported mental health conditions such as substance abuse, schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, eating disorders, insomnia, antisocial and borderline personality disorder, chronic pain, fatigue and stress disorder, criminal behavior, and more.”
The treatment center has also released a blog post that provides a more complete breakdown of the topic of depression and discusses the efficacy of CBT and other therapeutic methods. The blog post, titled “What is Rehab for Depression”, lists methods that can be effective in helping clients suffering from depression alleviate the symptoms and find happiness in their daily lives. It lists seven different varieties of depressive disorders and gives an overview of each to give its readers a better understanding of what they might be suffering from. One of the key takeaways from the blog post is that people who are suffering from a depressive episode may often turn to substances such as prescription pills, alcohol, and other illegal drugs to cope. This vicious cycle of self-medication that can lead to a substance use disorder is best addressed by participation in dual diagnosis treatment. The blog post concludes by listing the components that are most likely to have a positive effect on someone being treated for depression, the typical length of stay in depression rehab, and the possible costs of month-long inpatient depression rehab treatment.
Exclusive Hawaii Rehab champions another industry-leading approach that is demonstrably helpful for both mental health and addiction – the evidence-based practice of Ocean Therapy. Currently, Ocean Therapy is used for treating conditions like cystic fibrosis, ASC, ADHD, PTSD, anger issues, and substance abuse disorder. The core idea behind the use of Ocean Therapy is to use the natural healing powers of the ocean combined with water recreation to increase the quality of life for clients with mental and physical ailments.
Exclusive Hawaii Rehab’s spokesperson explains why its clients find Ocean Therapy beneficial by saying, “The ocean is not a familiar place for many of our clients. They might visit the beach once or twice a year but might not partake in water sports to a considerable extent. They might even find it intimidating. That is good because when we drop them in the scary vastness of the ocean, they are forced to learn to face their fears. Once they are comfortable, they will feel relaxed, empowered, and confident. This approach aims to teach them to use the insight from these feelings of strength and power to overcome the other challenges that they are currently facing in life. Based on feedback from our clients, it works wonders for them.”
For more information on the innovative, effective programs of recovery at their luxury, non-12 step rehab, readers are encouraged to call Exclusive Hawaii's Intake Coordination team at (808) 775-0200 or write to them at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss availability and next steps to take.
For more information about Exclusive Hawaii Rehab, contact the company here:
Exclusive Hawaii Rehab
31-631 Old Mamalahoa Hwy
Hakalau, HI 96710