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“Real Change” at Hammocks on the Edisto incorporates the components of a sound, an empirically-based treatment program that utilizes evidence-based practices to include Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and other approaches that address the underlying issues that can lead to maladaptive coping, in the form of substance use. Our team understands that everyone’s recovery journey is different. That’s why we tailor our approaches to the individual because there is no, “one-size-fits-all” approach to treatment. Our treatment programs are geared toward a women-centric perspective in dealing with your unique needs and identifying appropriate solutions.
We also introduce the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and incorporate those principles into daily living at Hammocks.
These modalities, in combination with our commitment to prolonged health and wellness, set Hammocks apart from other treatment options.
We coordinate all interactions from pre-admission through discharge. Doing so allows us to continuously provide individualized substance abuse treatment throughout each resident’s stay. We want to identify any underlying problems and help residents understand what drives the desire to use and the uncontrollable cravings to self-medicate the discomfort. Evaluations and thorough assessments will occur from the following professional designations during the admissions process.
From pre-admission screenings to discharge planning, our team is dedicated to developing a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan that meets your unique needs throughout your stay at Hammocks. We want to get to the “root of the problem” and understand what motivates you to use substances and how that led to cravings to self-medicate the discomfort.
Our providers understand the role addiction can play in nutritional deficiencies or problems with sleep. Information gathered in your assessments about sleep and dietary patterns will also be incorporated in the development of your treatment plan.??
Exercise is extremely beneficial during treatment, both to help manage withdrawal symptoms, and improve general health and wellness. Research has shown that exercise has a positive impact on mental, emotional, and physical well-being, and can reduce anxiety, depression, and other symptoms of mental illness. A variety of exercises and activities are used to foster physical and mental wellness during your stay at Hammocks.
Our staff carry intentionally light caseloads are to provide high-quality sessions multiple times a week either individually, and smaller groups that utilize the following modalities:
• Intensive Individual Therapy
• Process Group Therapy
• Family Program
• Educational Groups
• Experiential Groups
• Outings around the Low Country
• On-site/Off-site 12-Step meetings