With over 38,000 guests treated and a completion rate over 90%, Duffy's Napa Valley Rehab outperforms other residential MDMA addiction treatment centers by building the necessary foundation for long-term recovery through expert 12-Step treatment for MDMA addiction in Northern California.
Learn more about MDMA addiction treatment at Duffy's Napa Valley Rehab in Northern California
MDMA abuse is a dangerous and an unfortunately persistent problem in the United States. Also commonly referred to by a variety of slang terms including ecstasy, X, and molly, MDMA is a powerful psychoactive substance that increases energy, lowers inhibitions, enhances emotional openness and elicits an enhanced sensitivity to external stimuli. While these effects can be pleasurable, the reality of MDMA abuse is that individuals who engage in this behavior expose themselves to myriad immediate and long-term dangers, including chemical dependency.
At Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab, we have decades of experience helping individuals overcome substance abuse and addiction, and we have developed specialized programming that can help men and women end their dependency on MDMA and learn to live healthier drug-free lives.
Helping a loved one get treatment for MDMA addiction
If someone that you care about has been abusing or has become dependent upon MDMA, you are right to be concerned. This is a potentially devastating problem that is likely to require professional treatment, but you can play an essential role in getting your friend or family member the help that he or she needs. Please consider the following:
- Learn about the signs, symptoms, and effects of MDMA abuse and addiction. Also, educate yourself about the disease of addiction in general. In order to best support your loved one, it is important for you to understand what he or she is experiencing.
- Research the types of treatment that have helped others who were struggling with MDMA abuse, and identify programs that offer the treatment options that match your loved one’s unique needs.
- Talk to your loved one. Express your concerns, share what you have learned, and most importantly, listen to what he or she has to say. Prepare for denial or even anger. Remember that your loved one is in crisis. Focus on getting help, not assigning blame.
- Volunteer to make appointments, provide transportation, arrange for childcare, and provide similar types of tangible support that can remove obstacles that may have been preventing your loved one from getting the treatment that he or she needs.
- Manage expectations. Overcoming a problem with MDMA may require a long-term effort that will involve both successes and setbacks. Prepare for an extended effort, and plan to be a source of support through it all.
Ultimately, the most important thing you can do for your loved one is to continue to be an informed positive presence in his or her life before, during, and after he or she is in treatment. Share knowledge, show compassion, and continue to provide tangible support as your loved one works to achieve long-term recovery.
Why consider treatment for MDMA addiction at Duffy's Napa Valley Rehab in Northern California
The continued untreated abuse of MDMA is associated with several types of of short- and long-term problems, including physical, mental, and emotional harm. Immediate risks that are associated with MDMA abuse include high blood pressure, heart failure, kidney failure, and dangerously increased body temperature. Individuals who have been abusing MDMA may also injure themselves due to unsafe behaviors that result from diminished inhibitions and/or impaired cognition. Following an experience of MDMA abuse, a person may have diminished capacity for experiencing pleasure, reduced cognitive capabilities, sleep disturbances, and a pervasive sense of sadness, restlessness, and/or irritability. Anxiety, depression, paranoia, and changes in brain structure and brain chemistry are among the long-term consequences of MDMA abuse. People whose minds and bodies have been negatively impacted by MDMA abuse have a heightened risk for developing problems at work and within the context of their interpersonal relationships. The longer a person continues to abuse MDMA, the greater the likelihood becomes that this behavior will have lasting negative ramifications and a profoundly negative impact on both the substance and quality of his or her life.
Types of MDMA addiction treatment offered at Duffy's Napa Valley Rehab in Northern California
Situated on 23 acres of tranquil, picturesque land in Calistoga, California, Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab is a pioneering provider of top notch addiction treatment for men and women aged 18 and older who wish to reclaim their lives from substance abuse and chemical dependency. With a mission to break through the ties that can bind a person to a substance or substances, we offer invaluable education, compassion, and the skills needed achieve and maintain sobriety. Duffy’s is truly where the destructive path of addiction can come to an end.
Grounded in the 12-Step principles of Alcoholics Anonymous, the treatment offered at this center makes for a transformative experience that can improve upon the lives of all who come for care. Trained, experienced, and dedicated staff members, many of whom have worked at our center for several years, go above and beyond to ensure that guests’ recovery journeys are both life-changing and meaningful. Upon completion of our streamlined admissions process, individualized treatment plans are created by these staff members so as to address and treat the concerns our guests come to us with. Within these plans, the following proven-effective and evidenced-based methods of care may be included as part of a man or woman’s experience at Duffy’s:
Medication management: If a guest is requiring medication in order to manage the symptoms of a mental health condition while working on recovering from an addiction to MDMA, we at Duffy’s are pleased to be able to facilitate meetings with a psychiatrist on an as-needed basis. Our staff assists guests in providing them access to their medications, and the dosages administered are monitored closely so as to ensure the safety of all guests who require pharmaceutical interventions while in our care.
Individual therapy: Each man and woman who chooses to recover at Duffy’s is assigned a primary care counselor for the duration of his or her treatment. These staff members facilitate individual therapy sessions two times each week so that guests are able to process their feelings, emotions, and experiences in a private setting with a qualified professional. We believe that it is beneficial for those who are grappling with an addiction to MDMA to take part in individual therapy, as this method of care allows them to openly discuss their experiences in a setting that is extremely conducive to both healing and recovering.
Group therapy: So as to provide guests with optimal support, Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab is proud to offer several group therapy opportunities to guests who are battling addictions to MDMA and other substances. Peer-led group therapy sessions occur four days per week and are driven by the topics that are personal and relevant to our guests’ recovery journeys. Additionally, our staff conducts group therapy sessions once per day, which include a check-in and cover the following addiction- and recovery-related topics:
- Relapse prevention
- Powerless and unmanageability
Experiential therapy: Typically occurring during staff-led group therapy sessions, Duffy’s supplies various experiential therapy sessions during a guest’s time with us. These sessions enable men and women to reconnect with themselves, and allow them to experience healing on a profoundly deeper level. The following experiential therapies are those that a guest can participate in while working to overcome an addiction to MDMA:
- Art therapy
- Trust the Process
- Music and recovery
- Trust-building exercises, including surrender falls
- Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
- Crossing the Line
Family therapy: Because Duffy’s is committed to helping both guests and their loved ones when a MDMA addiction is affecting their lives, the programming we offer includes family therapy sessions. Occurring weekly, these sessions help those we treat and those closest to them heal from the pain addiction has caused and become a united front against further substance abuse. Additionally, we also offer educational groups on the weekends that are led by our staff and provide guests’ loved ones with the information and support they require at this stage in their love one’s recovery. Lastly, we afford each guest with the opportunity to request a private family session with his or her primary care counselor near the end of his or her time with us so as to prepare for what lies ahead after leaving Duffy’s.
Depending on the guest’s needs, we can customize a plan of treatment that befits what the individual needs during his or her recovery journey. We work side-by-side with the men and women who come to Duffy’s, and we will do all that we can to ensure that each person entrusted into our care is receiving only the most appropriate methods of treatment. Because of this, the inclusion and frequency of the above interventions within a guest’s treatment plan will rely on where the individual is at in his or her recovery.
Nearing the end of a guest’s time at our center, our staff will collaborate with each person to determine the most appropriate follow-up services that will allow him or her to remain on the path of recovery for the long-term. Additionally, for those who receive care at Duffy’s for a minimum of 21 days, three months of continuing care services will be offered, which include therapy sessions with addiction specialists, drug screenings, and 12-Step process groups via Full Circle Recovery. We supply this offering as a means of upholding our commitment to helping those we treat achieve both their treatment goals and the sober lives that they are capable of living.
In choosing Duffy’s Napa Valley Rehab, you or your loved one will become part of our family. Regardless if you complete our Relapse Restart, Foundational, or Extensive Relapse Prevention Program, you or someone you care about will be treated with the dignity and respect that is deserving of all people, and will receive the care needed to win the war against an addiction to MDMA. We ask that you do not let yet another day go by under the control of MDMA. Instead, call us today. We are here to help you or an important person in your life overcome chemical dependency and achieve a healthier drug-free future.