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There are various avenues for recovery from drug addiction for an individual. These include –

Detoxification. Through this process, medical professionals help the addict cleanse their body of drugs while helping them manage their withdrawal symptoms.
Counselling. This is crucial in helping a person overcome their drug addiction. Therapies such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, that helps focus on the person’s self-destructive thoughts and behaviours and replacing them with more constructive ones, and Motivational Interviewing – an approach that uses the person’s inspiration to change for its therapeutic aid, have both been shown to be effective therapies in treating drug addiction.
Medications. Medications play an important role in helping the person manage their withdrawal symptoms during the process of detoxification.
Support groups. 12-step programs such as Narcotics Anonymous (NA) help members in achieving and maintaining long-term sobriety and can be effective in conjunction to medications and counselling. Rehabilitation. Rehabs are structured settings with constant professional support and supervision that allows for a complete focus on recovery from addiction.

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How effective is Counselling for Drug Addiction?

Counselling is an effective and profound component in an individual’s recovery from drug addiction as it helps them uncover thoughts and behaviour patterns that, unidentified, would continue fuelling their addiction.

What are the benefits of Counselling for Drug Addiction?

Counselling allows the individual with drug addiction identify and replace harmful patterns that contribute to addiction with more constructive ones, helps identify and learn ways to cope with triggers, provides invaluable support, helps prevent relapses, and allows them to foster and rebuild strong relationships.

How many numbers of sessions are required?

It depends on the individual’s severity of addiction and other issues that may need to be worked on in conjunction with addiction.

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