Holistic rehab is a type of addiction treatment that focuses on treating the whole person, including their physical, emotional, and spiritual needs. Holistic rehab programs aim to help individuals achieve and maintain long-term recovery by addressing all aspects of their health and well-being.
Holistic rehab may include a range of alternative and complementary therapies, such as yoga, meditation, acupuncture, massage therapy, and nutritional counseling. These therapies are often used in combination with traditional addiction treatment methods, such as behavioral therapies and support groups.
The philosophy behind holistic rehab is that addiction is a complex disease that affects the whole person, not just their physical health. By treating the whole person and addressing their underlying physical, emotional, and spiritual needs, individuals in holistic rehab are better able to achieve long-term recovery and live a healthy, fulfilling life.
Holistic rehab programs may vary in their approach and focus, but they all share a commitment to treating the whole person and providing a supportive and nurturing environment for individuals in recovery.