If there comes a time that you have to find a rehab program, you may be nervous about sharing your struggles with others. At Phoenix Rising, in Palm Springs, California, we understand that discomfort, so we created a program for you. If you can relate to these feelings, read on to find out more about our women’s rehab program at Phoenix Rising.
What Makes the Women’s Rehab Program Stand Out?
When researching different treatment options, women’s only rehab is not always an option. However, at Phoenix Rising, we want you to be successful in your recovery. We want you to be comfortable. We also want you to learn as much as you can so that your treatment can be successful. By creating a program where your peers are all women, we hope to make your recovery as meaningful and instructive as possible.
A women’s only rehab program is what it sounds like: a recovery program that only has women enrolled. Depending on the program you enter in, you may also only have women as your counselors and instructors. Women have decidedly different struggles than men do, especially when they are in a rehab program. Men and women’s body makeups are inherently distinct, so it follows that the recovery process would also be unique. Consequently, we have built a program devoted to helping you work through the particular aspects that are exclusive to a woman in recovery.
Why Should I Enroll in a Women’s Rehab Program?
There are multiple benefits to enrolling in a program that caters to your gender-specific needs. One such benefit is that a woman may feel more comfortable discussing personal struggles or sensitive information with other women. For instance, if abuse or sexual trauma drives your dependence, a woman may not want to discuss these issues with a mixed group. However, it may be less awkward to share that experience with other women, some of whom may have gone through a similar experience. Additionally, it may be easier for the group to bring those deeply personal issues into focus in a gender-specific group than a mixed group.
A second advantage of a women’s rehab program is that the therapy sessions can focus more specifically on women’s issues. For instance, because women are predisposed to certain mental health disorders, such as depression, treatment can be more focused on dual-diagnosis therapy. These programs can also take a more intense look at the problems women often have with body image or substance abuse disorders. By addressing each part of your diagnosis, you can learn more about your disease. In turn, how to address each of these obstacles.
Finally, women will often take more out of a women’s rehab program than they will out of a non-gender specific treatment program. You will gain skills that you can use to overcome your temptations and avoid relapse. The powers that women need to overcome these obstacles are not the same skills that men need. A women’s rehab program will give you tools that are specific to the struggles you may face. Also, women are more likely to complete the treatment program if they are in a women’s rehab program than if they are in a non-gender specific rehab. Accordingly, to give your self the best shot at recovery, enroll in a women’s rehab center in Palm Springs, California.
What Will I Find at Phoenix Rising?
You will find Phoenix Rising at a four-story ranch in Palm Springs, California. We believe that your physical health and fitness are part of your recovery. Because of this belief, we include an on-site pool, a rec-room, a gym, and a jacuzzi. Our equine therapy program will also help you through your recovery. Furthermore, we offer kosher diets and Shabbat observances if you need them.
Besides those benefits, we offer the following:
- Trauma therapy
- Group therapy
- Inpatient treatment
- Outpatient, outpatient intensive, and partial hospitalization treatment
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy
Treatment Begins at Phoenix Rising
Don’t wait anymore for treatment for you or a loved one. Call us today at 855.232.8211 to get started on your journey to the rest of your life.