Help for loved ones of addicts

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How to support loved ones in the fight against addiction

Addiction is a complex problem that affects not only the addicts themselves, but also their families and friends. If there is a person in your area struggling with addiction, it is important to know how you can support them and when it is time to turn to professionals. This text will provide you with useful information and advice on how to proceed in such situations so that you can help effectively and at the same time maintain your own mental health.

NEO Center's unique approach to addiction treatment

The NEO Center approaches the treatment of addiction in its entire scope and emphasizes the individuality of each client. We offer a wide range of services. From outpatient care to intensive residential programs that are tailored to the specific needs of individuals. The methods we use are a combination of proven therapeutic approaches with modern techniques. In treatment, our goal is to achieve recovery and support our clients in returning to their full lives.

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Overcoming addiction together

It is obvious that every loved one is troubled by the addiction of their partner, parent, child or friend. The natural tendency of each of us is the desire to help the person suffering from addiction. But every help has its measure and this is one of the important points that you have to keep in mind. Codependence is a phenomenon that can occur in some family and partner relationships. It is a pathological relationship of a close person to a person addicted to an addictive substance. A codependent person focuses on helping the addict to the point that they lose their own identity. By their behavior, such as supporting the addict, removing negative consequences or helping to hide the addiction from the environment, it allows the addict to remain in the addiction scheme.

The solution offered by the NEO Centre

Addiction treatment is a challenging process that requires the cooperation of the addict, his family and professional therapists. In our facilities, we offer countless options for loved ones to cope with addiction. One possibility is family therapy, which helps to understand the relationships in the family as a whole. Family therapy can help you strengthen your relationships and improve communication with each other. If you don't want to or the situation doesn't allow you to deal with addiction in the family dynamic, you can just focus on taking care of yourself. The NEO Center provides groups for loved ones of addicts, in which you can meet people who are going through similar experiences.

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What if a loved one does not want to go to treatment?

If you have exhausted all the possibilities of how to convince or motivate the person suffering from addiction to seek treatment, you can focus on yourself and change your attitude towards the difficult situation. You can also use the addiction counseling that we offer, even if you are not addicted. With an expert, you can focus on steps to preserve your own mental health in such a situation.

Comprehensive care

Variants of care provided

Ambulant care

The outpatient clinic offers the possibility of regular therapy sessions that support the long-term stability and health of clients. We offer immediate help to solve your problems through individual, couple and family therapy, counseling and coaching. We will help with the solution of addictions, mental health problems or personal development. Perhaps there is online and in-person therapy. We also provide services in English.

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Residential care

Residential care at the NEO Center represents an intensive and comprehensive treatment program in a safe and supportive environment. The program is intended for clients who need more intensive support. It includes more than 30 hours of therapy per week, including individual and group sessions. Accommodation in modernly equipped rooms and the clinic's comfortable facilities support the treatment process and offer clients space for rest and regeneration.

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