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Ibiza Calm We Treat

Addiction rehab
& treatment

What do we treat?

Ibiza Calm treats Mental Health Problems, Behavioural Addictions, and Substance Abuse Addictions.

Addiction is defined as a disease of the mind, body and spirit. When we take or do something that makes us feel good, it’s normal to want to do it again. If you have an addictive personality, you will definitely do it again. Some describe addiction as having a ‘hole in the soul’, because of the constant search to find the missing piece – the thing that’s going to make you feel complete. But that feeling of completion is elusive – it only ever comes in short bursts, after which its absence is felt all the more keenly.

Addictive behavior is mood-altering, i.e. it changes the way we feel. Messengers are sent to stimulate the pleasure centre in the brain, which then produces dopamine, a chemical that makes us feel good. So we go back for more and more, and this creates dependence – thus begins the addictive circle.

Addiction often runs in families, and many experts believe that predisposition to addiction is a combination of biological, psychological and environmental factors.

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Ask yourself...

Whether you consider yourself an addict or not, if your behaviour has gotten out of control, Ibiza Calm will help.

Does someone I know need help?

INTERVENTION SERVICE

Do I need help?
Is my life out of control?
Am I an addict?

SELF TEST

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THE RECOVERING PATH STARTS
WITH A SMALL FIRST STEP.

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Admission Process

Easy steps into Calm Ibiza

1

Phone call

A family member or a patient calls, we will explain the time frame, suitability, our costs and answer any other questions.

2

Admission Assessment

An initial telephone assessment with the client.

3

Set a date

We give each client a date for admission and everyone is greeted by our clinical team on arrival.

ARE YOU A FAMILY MEMBER?

Intervention Service

Family members who witness a loved one struggling with addiction often know they must confront them, even though this can be really hard. But if they don’t intervene – who will? We offer a personal intervention service, in other words we help families get their loved ones into addiction treatment. It can be difficult to confront a loved one and if it’s not facilitated properly it can make things worst. Our staff can advise on the best way to do this and if necessary arrange all of your travel needs including a sober companion to escort you or your loved one safely to treatment.

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