For years, Duffy’s has made private and confidential counseling a key tenet to our rehab programs.
How Does Confidential Counseling Work at Duffy's?
Within the first 24 to 48 hours, you will meet a counselor who will help you create an individualized treatment plan. Then as you progress through your program, you will meet with your counselor at least once or twice a week.
During the evenings and weekends, a counselor is also on call to help with any crisis situations that might arise during off-hours.
Why Should My Rehab Program Include Private Counseling?
If you're someone who has ever wondered
- Why am I addicted?
- How did I get addicted?
- Is it my fault I'm addicted?
- Why can't I stop?
then you will understand why counselors are so integral to a true life of recovery.
Addiction has sometimes been described as a "downward spiral"—and it’s reverse is also true. Your recovery road will probably not be a smooth, straight shot. It will be bumpy—but it can progressively spiral upward, provided you are able to continue strengthening what you know about addiction and how you personally respond to addiction.
Counselors are especially trained to help you identify what might actually be driving the addiction. They can also provide you with practical and personal tips to help you understand your disease better and make significant changes to your life.
What is the Goal for Counseling at Duffy's?
Counseling and rehab treatment isn't all about learning what you've done that's bad. In fact, at Duffy's we want to help you see the other side of the coin, too. Our counselors work hard to help you identify your strengths and abilities. Duffy’s entire curriculum, including program and counselors, is designed to help you identify your entire character—the good and the bad—so you can have a more balanced perspective on who you are.