Klonopin (clonazepam) rehab
When Klonopin takes over your life, it can be overwhelming and isolating. But you are not alone. Linwood House’s clonazepam rehab provides compassionate and comprehensive treatment that helps you leave Klonopin behind for good.
Our team of therapists will utilise a variety of evidence-based therapies in group settings to help you achieve lasting recovery. Find out how Klonopin rehab can help you start your journey toward recovery.
Why Is Klonopin rehab important?
Detoxing from Klonopin is the first aspect we will address – helping clients ease off Klonopin with minimal withdrawal symptoms and with emotional support. However, that is only one part of recovery. Klonopin addiction is both physical and psychological, so therapy is paramount to ensure people can take control of their Klonopin cravings once they have detoxed.
We know that each person has their own personal circumstances, which is why Klonopin rehab is aimed at exploring these within a supportive group setting. It addresses the underlying causes of your condition and any triggers while giving a person the skills and tools to respond to triggers for drug use with healthy habits instead. At Linwood House, we introduce clients to the 12-step method, alongside a multitude of holistic therapies, to help clients take control of their thoughts and offer them the tools to face uncomfortable feelings.
It also provides a person with a sober support network so that they have strong pillars in place for when they leave rehab. Recovery requires willingness, dedication and commitment, and it is important to know that Klonopin rehab will not do the work for you or a loved one. It does, however, give you a chance to learn more about yourself, develop healthy coping skills, and lay the foundation for a new, sober life.
Why do I need Klonopin rehab?
Addiction to Klonopin is often underestimated in terms of the harm it can cause. Many people are under the misconception that benzodiazepines are safe since healthcare professionals prescribe them. However, this is not the case. If any of the following points resonate with you, then we advise you to consider Klonopin rehab:
- Do you experience cravings for Klonopin?
- Have you attempted to stop using Klonopin but found that you could not?
- Do you experience withdrawal symptoms when you cannot access clonazepam?
- Have you lost interest in recreational or social activities?
- Have you neglected personal, family or work obligations and responsibilities due to Klonopin use?
- Do you spend much time obtaining, using or recovering from Klonopin?
- Have you developed legal or financial issues?
- Have you continued Klonopin use despite negative consequences on you or those around you?
Contact us with any of your questions and concerns or for guidance in our admissions process.
What does Klonopin rehab entail?
Rehabilitation: Getting to the Root Causes
With Klonopin out of your system, you can start various rehab therapies. This stage involves exploring your thoughts and feelings in a confidential, safe environment through one-on-one counselling and hearing from others in a similar situation in a group setting.
With the guidance of therapists – many of whom have been through rehab themselves – you can identify the causes of starting drug use in the first place. You will also discover things that may trigger you to use Klonopin again and learn how to respond to these. This stage of Klonopin rehab allows us to change our negative thinking patterns, replace them with new, healthy ones, and change our drug-seeking behaviour.
It also helps us to develop empathy and become part of a sober peer support network, as others will share their experiences and coping skills.
Klonopin rehab therapies may include:
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
- Group Therapy
- 12-step work
When returning to your daily life after Klonopin rehab, you will have to transition back into a life filled with challenges, triggers and stressors. But you do not have to do this alone. We ensure you have ongoing support as you leave our treatment centre and apply the tools you learned in rehab.
Linwood House also provides anyone who has stayed at the Linwood House with weekly aftercare group therapy and access to recovery sources. By joining our Alumni programme, you can also access phone calls, message groups and regular social gatherings with other people on their Klonopin recovery journey.
At Linwood House, you will also have the opportunity to attend Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings taking place in and outside our facilities.
What are the next steps?
If you need help with Klonopin, the best first step is to seek help. Don’t hesitate to contact our admissions team, who will help you find the right treatment programme and support you as you start laying the foundations of a new, sober life.
Frequently asked questions
Luckily, supervised detox as part of our Klonopin rehab programme ensures that you have medical staff at hand throughout the withdrawal process. This means your withdrawal can be managed and will be as painless and safe as possible.