More than hundreds of cures and answers to alcohol Addiction and its problems have arisen over the last few years. Not all have worked, while other methods have offered a degree of hope, the results are apparent. Non-traditional methods of treating Alcoholism are rife nowadays. Predictably, institutions endorsing alternate therapy get mixed reviews.
Still, it can be debated that as long a Recovery is in process, the non-traditional methods are deemed effective. These methods include acupuncture, amino acid treatments, homeopathic therapies, wilderness-survival training and body cleansing.
The primary objectives of the WELL program are to optimize lifestyle through prevention and psychological growth.
To a tremendous extent, postive lifestyle changes can help an Alcoholic stay sober, live healthier and longer. Clients in the WELL program given tools to find positive changes that strengthen their Recovery from Alcoholism and boost their overall health and well-being.
The program's truly alternative alcohol treatment approach is Ketamine psychedelic psychotherapy. This is pivotal to the course of recovery. Alcohol and other forms of substance abuse can be treated using this complex technique that expands the mind; increases psychospiritual growth and helps in promoting self-healing.