You are reading this because you are either ready to deal with your addiction to food, or you are a concerned family member or friend. At this point, it is crucially important that you understand that food addiction does not go away by itself and that food addiction needs specialised medical rehabilitation treatment for the best chance of recovery.
We Are Experts In The Treatment Of Food Addiction
Nurture Health Recovery and Wellness Facilities are supported by a world class clinical team, who have been carefully chosen for their skills, commitment and caring; and follow a scientific and medical approach of wellness and mindfulness to turn patients’ lives around – and have a great success rate doing so.
When you come to Nurture Health Recovery and Wellness Facilities, you will experience comfortable accommodation, good food and a safe and secure environment.
Every day, you will be part of a group of people where you get to share similar challenges. Together you will take part in a busy program we have designed with our committed goals of assisting you to recover and to equip you to live a fulfilled life.
You will work with a team of professional people who have been handpicked because they all share our reason for existence – to inspire you, to support you and to equip you to lead the life you can and want to live.
You will work hard during the time you are with us. Helping you to be a happy and fulfilled person in the short while that we have you with us, is a big task and responsibility.
Our team includes; psychiatrists, psychologists, occupational therapists, social workers, biokineticists, dieticians and nursing staff that create, implement and monitor treatment programs catered to each patients’ needs.
Nurture Health Recovery and Wellness Facilities have two specialised units:
Where we specifically help patients face the challenges of addiction and the related problems.
Our wellness unit helps patients face the challenges of Depression, Bi-polar, Anxiety, Trauma and Stress related conditions.
Our Food Addiction Treatment And Recovery Program
Nurture Health Recovery and Wellness Facilities have a scientific and medical approach to dealing with food addiction. The program is based on the Minnesota Alternative-model, DBT, the twelve-step method of rehabilitation as well as the latest research in the field of food addiction.
During the program therapists work with patients to help them develop an understanding of how past and current experiences affect their choices and behaviour. Patients are guided in how to make better choices and replace old, destructive behaviours with new, healthy habits.
Underlying trauma is often identified as the root of food addiction in the first few weeks of the program and in this case a patient’s stay may be extended to deal with unresolved trauma.
Before being discharged, therapists work with patients and develop an After Care program that connects them with support groups and other resources.
Nurture Health has a vibrant recovery community that meet regularly for fellowship. Patients are always welcome to visit and enjoy talks from therapists, doctors and others suffering from food addiction. Nurture Health makes the most of modern technology with many online resources that keeps patients and loved ones motivated, inspired and informed.
Why You Should Choose Nurture Health For The Treatment Of Food Addiction
Nurture Health Recovery Hospitals are the ONLY Fully Licensed Continuum of Care in South Africa. Patients may take advantage of both psychiatric and substance abuse medical aid benefits.
Nurture Health has a remarkable success rate and has rebuilt the lives of many people suffering from chronic and progressive addictions.
With a highly specialised team and one of the strongest program in the country, Nurture Health has fast established its reputation as a centre of excellence, introducing best practices from around the world and leading the way in offering innovative treatment modalities for the best addiction treatment outcomes.
Underlying trauma is often identified as the root of physical addiction in the first few weeks of recovery. We offer a secondary care program where there is a greater focus on resolving trauma.
Nurture Health drug and alcohol rehabilitation treatment is covered by most medical aids. As a dual-diagnosis facility patients may take advantage of both psychiatric and substance abuse medical aid benefits, extending the patient’s stay with us. All research supports longer periods spent in treatment leads to more successful outcomes.
Nurture Health works closely with the referring professional and friends and family to ensure a streamlined and supported reintegration of patients into their environments. Nurture Health addiction treatment facilities are registered with the Department of Health and the Department of Social Welfare, and is a member of the National Hospital Network and the Psychiatric Focus Forum.
Nurture Health will give you the right help that will stop you from feeling overwhelmed and out of control. Most importantly, we aim to get your life back and enable you to rebuild strong, healthy relationships with your loved ones.
We do addiction treatment well, and we can help you.
We exist to inspire you, to support and to equip you to lead the life you can. We are devoted to making it possible for you to be happy and fulfilled.
That’s what we do, that’s why we come to work every day and that is our commitment to every person who comes to us. We do not judge, we do not blame, we only lend a hand to empower you.
Most importantly, you WILL get your life back and you WILL be able to rebuild strong, healthy relationships with your loved ones!
Nurture Health Recovery and Wellness Facilities in South Africa
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Nurture Health Recovery and Wellness Facilities are registered with the Department of Health and the Department of Social Welfare. They are also members of the National Hospital Network and the Psychiatric Focus Forum.