Feeling Powerless Over Your Addiction

March 19, 2022

Have you ever been at a point in your addiction where you just feel like you’ve lost complete control over your life because of it? Do you feel generally powerless when it comes to suffering from addiction and feel like you’ve hit rock bottom? Maybe you’ve felt that there’s no way out or that recovery isn’t possible, but even on your worse day, that couldn’t be further from the truth. 

Recovery is possible for everyone who truly wants it, and an addiction treatment program with The Ohana Addiction Treatment Center can help you achieve recovery today.

It is not uncommon for people to participate in treatment programs that may not be suitable for their needs or preferences. One of the most common reasons that people leave treatment unsatisfied is because they weren't offered an individualized treatment plan or therapeutic activities that promote holistic approaches to treatment. Some even feel like they have been stripped of their freedom. Luckily, Ohana’s programs are designed to shed a new kind of light on recovery.

The Empowerment of Individualized Treatment Plans

Learning to feel more empowered in your recovery process is essential for making it more successful. One way for you to feel more empowered in your recovery is through individualized treatment plans. Our goal at The Ohana is to meet our clients wherever they’re at with their recovery and create a treatment plan tailored to their specific needs. 

Despite the influence of addictive substances on your mind and body, you are the expert when it comes to your own life. With The Ohana’s expertise on clinical modalities and methods of treatment, we can better create an individualized plan successfully.

One of the first steps to entering recovery with The Ohana is going through an assessment. During this assessment, we work with each client to create their plan together, ensuring that it’s effectively addressing their priorities. Instead of just throwing a generalized care plan at you, we create one with you, giving you the freedom needed for you to feel empowered in your recovery. Clients generally agree that this collaborative process helps them to feel like they’re taking a little more control back in their lives, one day at a time.

Entering Recovery Without Putting Your Life On Hold

Another way for individuals to feel empowered in their recovery from addiction is by being able to continue with some of the day-to-day responsibilities of their everyday life. Ohana’s executive program allows clients to find a balance between recovery and their life. 

The program is particularly beneficial for individuals in c-suite and leadership roles. Business executives or managers tend to be at risk of addiction due in part to the high stress of their careers. Despite having high-stress careers, being away from those jobs can be even more harmful to your long-term recovery.

When people feel a complete loss of control over their lives when suffering from addiction, the idea of losing everything they’ve worked for can be destructive. Thanks to an executive program, you won’t have to choose between recovery and career. You can take back control and begin to feel empowered in finally coming to a place of freedom from active addiction and the ability to further your career and business goals. If you need a program that will empower you to discover sobriety while maintaining professional aspirations, this luxurious Hawaiian program is the right fit for you.

Empowerment in Holistic Recovery

The approach to recovery is important in how empowered individuals feel during recovery. Another way that helps people feel empowered in their recovery is when treatment takes a holistic approach. 

Holistic therapy is one of the most important tools implemented at The Ohana. That’s because a holistic approach treats each client as a whole as opposed to just focusing on the addiction. Our program helps connect the mind, body, and spirit through adventurous activities, yoga, and several other mindfulness-based techniques. 

By practicing mindfulness, you become more self-aware of both your recovery needs — and your needs, in general — to get the most out of your recovery experience. There’s nothing more empowering than finding inner peace amidst the chaos, and The Ohana can help you do that today.

If you or someone you love is seeking a treatment program that will empower them to find recovery and freedom from active addiction, The Ohana can help. Our individualized treatment plans, holistic therapies, executive programs, and empowered recovery programs are just a call away. You no longer have to choose between your life and sobriety. Start your recovery adventure with us today.

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