The good news is that there’s nothing wrong with you. What you’re going through is actually quite a common experience of those in 12-Step addiction treatment. Because we’re told that addiction is a chronically relapsing disease, we come to believe it, and our experience of it reflects that. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Sanctuary at Sedona is not your average rehab. When you first arrive at our non-12 Step treatment center, the first few days will be spent calming your nerves clearing your body of whatever substances and toxins are in your system. You’ll ease into a simpler pace of life at our facility in the beautiful nature of Sedona. And by the time you’re a couple of weeks into treatment, you’ll start to notice a change in perspective. You’ll gain a new outlook on life, on what got you to where you are and on what you’re truly capable of.
One of our previous clients describes the change he went through at The Sanctuary this way:
“This place and all the practitioners, the community and everyone who comes here – this isn’t a ‘normal’ place to come for healing. Six weeks in, I was starting to feel like a million bucks. I stayed for eight weeks, and I was able to change so much about myself; so much about how I think; to kind of obliterate my negative thinking. I really changed who I was and destroyed some core beliefs. I was stuck in that depressive phase for so long that I didn’t understand that concept of change… but once you make that first step, you can actually unlock whatever you’re trying to. If anyone has just the smallest willingness, and they do it, life can drastically change. This place taught me how to change, and supported me in doing it. I changed because I got the best support that I could ever wish for. This place really saved my life.”
We know from our experience of helping so many others attain full recovery that this is possible for you, too.