Addiction recovery is a beautiful and highly personal journey of self-discovery and emotional, mental, and spiritual healing. Take advantage of this amazing opportunity to find true happiness and fulfillment.
Alcohol is extremely lethal and addictive. Alcohol is one of the most powerful drugs on the planet, causing untold personal and family woes! Alcohol dependency is an illness that will lead to jails, institutions, or death if it is not addressed and corrected early on. Researchers and addiction treatment specialists have been baffled by alcohol use disorder for more than a century in Western medicine. Thankfully, our understanding of alcohol use disorder has come a long way.
What is Alcoholism and Who is At-Risk?
“Alcoholism” is not a medical term. It’s a term that is used broadly and loosely to describe people who have developed a dependency on alcohol. In order to treat alcohol use disorder (a real medical term) properly, we must understand the conditions associated with problem drinking and assign the right names to them. Alcohol use disorder develops in many people, regardless of race, nationality, gender, or other identifying factors.
While it is true that there appears to be a genetic predisposition to alcohol use disorder, anyone can become addicted and dependent on alcohol. Individuals who are survivors of childhood trauma are far more likely to become alcohol-dependent as an adult. Since alcohol dependency usually develops in people who have had traumatic childhood experiences, Maui Recovery provides integrative therapy for alcohol-addicted patients. This means that we provide therapy, holistic healing, and evidence-based alcohol treatment.
When is it Time to Check into an Alcohol Rehab?
Whether you are seeking an alcohol rehab center in Hawaii for yourself or a loved one, there are certain to watch out for that might indicate it is time to get help. The most obvious sign is if you or your loved one can’t control the drinking. A tell-tale sign of dependency is when a person loses control of when, how often, and how much alcohol they consume. Other indicators include the following:
- The person has lost interest in normal activities or hobbies
- The person is isolating themselves
- The person’s money is disappearing unaccounted for
- The person is deniable about how bad their drinking has become
- The person has lost a job and they are still drinking
Of course, these are just five common warning signs that alcohol dependence has developed. To be sure; There are lots of other signs to look out for.
The Best Alcohol Rehab Centers in Hawaii
At Maui Recovery, we treat alcohol and drug addictions. However, we also have a program specifically designed for alcohol use disorder. This program may include detoxification, inpatient rehabilitation, and or intensive outpatient rehabilitation. Our alcohol use disorder treatment program is tailored to address the unique needs and challenges associated with alcohol abuse. We think that the best alcohol rehab centers in Hawaii should provide customized treatment for alcohol abuse.
If you would like to explore treatment in the best alcohol rehab centers in Hawaii, contact Maui Recovery today. We are here to help.
Kihei HI 96753
About the Maui Recovery Team
- Board Certified Physician Consultation & Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing (MI)Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Group and Individual Therapy
- Spiritual Consulting with Hawaiian Kahuna
- Psychoeducational Classes
What Makes Maui Recovery Unique
- A centrally located pristine, private, and tranquil setting
- Integration of Hawaiian culture and traditions in therapy
- Inclusion of neurobiological factors in diagnosis and clinical care
- Deep Cathartic Emotional work targeting and addresses buried and repressed shame, pain, grief, anger, guilt and low self worth that often cause compulsive behaviors and addictions.
- Mindfulness meditation and engaged living that cultivates a true spiritual life.
15 Years of Healing and Treating
We know first hand the pain and suffering that comes from active addiction. We're here for you.