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28-DAY REHAB

Our rehabilitation program runs for 28 days. It takes place in a closed group of up to four clients at a time. The format is designed so that you can use your time as efficiently as possible and to maintain the group integrity in the best possible way after the completion of the program.

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PERSONALIZED REHAB GUIDED BY INTEGRITY

The rehabilitation is based on the Minnesota model’s twelve-step program along with several other internationally accepted rehabilitation methods. It encompasses both group and individual therapy. We also focus on mindfulness, the right diet and physical exercise that is individually tailored to you. When you check in, you will undergo a medical examination and psychological tests so that the program can be customized to your needs in the best possible way.

All our rehabilitation methods are tailored to the individual. Each stage is led by professionals – therapists, psychologists, physicians and others with specialized training in the various areas of rehabilitation.

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Methods

All our rehabilitation methods are tailored to the individual. Each stage is led by professionals – therapists, psychologists, physicians and others with specialized training in the various areas of rehabilitation.

Methods

THE TWELVE STEPS OF THE MINNESOTA MODEL

The twelve step-based treatment in accordance with the Minnesota model is based on AA’s twelve-step program. The aim is to give the client knowledge about and insight into the negative effects of dependency as well as an introduction to AA or a similar community. The first step in the program is to recognize that one has lost control of one’s drug of choice (such as alcohol, narcotics or gambling) and thus also one’s life. The remaining steps is about learning to be open and honest in all situations in life and be able to live a good life without the drug.

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COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT)

Cognitive behavioral therapy, CBT, helps the individual to implement specific changes or achieve specific objectives. It provides tools for a new way of thinking, feeling, acting, and dealing with one’s problems in everyday situations. CBT does not focus of the past, but the current situation – here and now. It is your opinions and experiences about your situation that are in focus, but also risk situations that exist and the ill-conceived decisions that may precede drinking, pill addiction or gambling.

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MEDIYOGA

The purpose of Mediyoga is to draw attention to what we want and then keeping it there. We are all consciously present during shorter and sometimes longer moments. But we can train ourselves to notice when attention is lost and then bring it back to the present moment. Mediyoga strengthens the feeling of well-being through greater emotional awareness, understanding, acceptance, and the ability to correct and repair unpleasant states of mind. It has proven to be an important ingredient in breaking destructive patterns of behavior, such as substance abuse.

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PHYSICAL EXERCISE

Physical activity has proven to be effective during rehabilitation. All forms of movement seem to alleviate anxiety and depression, as well as suppress drug cravings. Continued physical activity after rehabilitation also increases the chance of abstinence. Our professional staff works with you to plan and adapt your physical exercise to your particular circumstances.

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NUTRITION

Nutritional needs vary greatly between individuals, but what is common to all people is that they increase during stress or illness. A well-planned nutritional intake can restore the body’s balance and strengthen different parts of the body that have been damaged by alcohol and other drugs. It allows for more effective rehabilitation and a healthy life going forward.

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POST-TREATMENT

During the final phase of rehabilitation, we focus on your post-treatment behavior in order to maintain your new, healthy habits. Upon returning home, we tailor the interactive post-treatment to your needs. You are offered sessions with our therapists and we maintain a strong focus on you keeping in touch with the other members of your group after returning home.

CALENDAR

The Drawing Room accepts new patients once a month throughout the year.

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FAQ

Below are answers to some frequently asked questions. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for, please contact us for more information.

info@thedrawingroom.se
+46 (0)11-540 70

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WHY DOES THE REHABILITATION PROGRAM RUN FOR ONLY 28 DAYS?

We know that many of our potential clients are unable to be away from work for longer than one month. Moreover, research shows that a shorter rehabilitation period produces the best results for those who have not lost everything in life due to their addiction. However, our interactive post-treatment program runs for a longer time and starts upon completion of the 28-day program.

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HOW MANY PEOPLE DO YOU ACCOMMODATE DURING THE REHABILITATION PROGRAM?

We accept no more than six participants at a time. This is because we want all clients to have the same chance for recovery and for the program not to be disturbed by new clients, discharges or family weeks. We also believe that a joint program start and finish enable our clients to come closer to each other.

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IS THE PROGRAM BASED ON ANY RELIGIOUS BELIEFS?

No. In our program, it doesn’t matter what religious faith you have, or if you have none. However, we do bring up the concept of “spirituality” as part of the rehabilitation program.

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HOW DOES DETOXIFICATION WORK?

If you need to undergo a detoxification, this is performed through health care services before you start our program. We can help you with the right health care contacts.

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WHAT DO I DO ABOUT SICK LEAVE?

Our doctor will place you on sick leave during your treatment with us.

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WHAT DOES A TYPICAL DAY LOOK LIKE?

Our days follow a set schedule
and can look something like this:
7:00 am Wake Up
7:30 am Mediyoga
8:15 am Breakfast

9:00 am Group Session
12:00 pm Lunch
1:30 pm Group Session
3:30 pm Physical Exercise and Break
4:45 pm Dinner
6:00-9:00 pm Evening Activity
9:30 pm Day Summary

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