The substance abuse counselors of BlueSky's Addiction Treatment Center specialize in treating a range of addictions and substance use disorders, including cocaine addiction. Our trained and licensed addiction counselors create an individualized service plan with each client, building a cocaine addiction treatment plan suited to the client's needs and progress in their treatment.
Cocaine is one of the most widely available drugs in the United States. It can be found in everywhere, in cities and small communities. Cocaine addiction rips families apart and causes financial ruin, it affects interpersonal relationships, creates medical and health problems, and builds a wide variety of consequences for the user and for others who are indirectly involved. Whether you are dealing with cocaine addiction yourself or you have family member or friend who has abused cocaine, it’s important to seek rehab or treatment as soon as possible. Studies show that the sooner a person takes the steps to get into treatment, the more likely they will be to overcome the cocaine addiction and recover.
Cocaine addiction is the result of being dependent physically and psychological from repeatedly or for a prolonged use for a period of time. Cocaine use on a regularly and repeatedly basis can quickly cause changes in the brain that later requires professional treatment in order to get well. Using a stimulant such as cocaine causes chemical changes within the brain that do not just “magically” go back to normal when a person quits using. The long-term damage of cocaine addiction can make decisions to remain sober challenging at best, but there is help.
Cocaine addiction can lead to feelings of restlessness, irritability, paranoia, anxiety and various other symptoms. When the cocaine user stops taking the drug, depression is usually very common and it can be very difficult to cope with. The brain doesn’t simply go back to normal when the abuse or drug use stops and it could take a number of factors to help. They include community support, treatment or rehab centers, and various modalities of therapy, counseling and other treatment methods in order to help the person using cocaine to effectively overcome the addiction and its consequences.
Not everyone needs cocaine addiction treatment, but such help is beneficial to those who have suffered adverse reactions because of their continuous drug abuse or use. People who suffer from withdrawal symptoms such as depression, paranoia, irritability, hopelessness or other side effects when they quit using cocaine are most well suited to the treatment from a professional. This can be done on an inpatient or out-patient level.
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
MI is an addiction treatment option that uses a collaborative therapeutic conversation between the client and substance abuse counselors that addresses the common problem of ambivalence for change with their addiction, and works on ways to encourage the client's commitment to their addiction treatment.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT addiction treatment encourages clients to question and examine recurring thoughts to phase out those that are negative and unhealthy and detrimental to their addiction treatment.
Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT)
Similar to CBT, REBT it helps clients identify, challenge, and replace their destructive thoughts and convictions with healthier and more adaptive thoughts regarding their substance abuse and addiction.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
DBT teaches clients how to regulate their emotions to reduce the self-destructive behaviors that derive from extreme, intense emotions. An effective treatment for drug abuse, drug addiction, eating disorders, anger-related issues, self-injury, and Borderline Personality Disorder.
Seeking Safety Therapy
Seeking safety Therapy is a present-focused therapy that helps clients maintain safety from trauma (PTSD) and drug use and addiction by focusing on coping skills, grounding techniques, and education.