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New Narconon Training Manual Discusses Different Types of Treatment

happy guyNarconon Arrowhead recently released their Addiction Referral Specialist Training Manual, a comprehensive and highly educational introduction to the field of drug rehabilitation treatment for those individuals interested in helping to save lives from the ravages of drug addiction.

Addiction Referral Specialist Manual

Based on the study of the material contained in the manual, the Addiction Referral Specialist, or ARS, gains the knowledge needed to help save lives from the destruction and damage of drugs and addiction, and can also help in saving children, families and communities from the widespread devastation stemming from drug-related crime.

Written for anyone who is interested in helping others overcome an addiction to drugs or alcohol, the manual is informative and educational, with clearly defined terms for ease of understanding and with a comprehensive overview of the different types of drug rehabilitation treatment currently in use in our society at this time.

Narconon Arrowhead points out that in its two decades of drug rehabilitation success in helping addicts and alcoholics reclaim their lives from addiction, drug rehab remains one of the most essential parts of the solution to drugs and drug abuse.

Different Types of Treatment

As a vital part of choosing the best rehabilitation program, the training manual provides a thorough description of every significant type of drug rehab treatment available in the United States at this time.

In addition to a detailed description of the type (modality) of treatment, the manual provides a concise discussion of the advantages and disadvantages to each.  Thus, the Addiction Referral Specialist is adequately informed to be able to assist a family or addict in deciding the best and most workable type of treatment.

An Overview of Modalities

The training manual lists out the different modalities of treatment in alphabetical order, commencing with Aftercare (providing continuing care, support or services after the individual completes the main part of addiction treatment) and finishing-up with Wilderness Addiction Treatment Programs for Adults (recovery programs that combine individual and group recover therapy outdoor and wilderness activities, such as backpacking and hiking.)

Additionally, the following types of treatments (modalities) are defined, explained and discussed as to their advantages and disadvantages in the Addiction Referral Specialist Training Manual:

  • Aversion Therapy
  • Biophysical Addiction Treatment
  • Bupenorprine Treatment
  • Cognitive Behaviorial Therapy
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Harm Reduction
  • Holistic Recovery Program
  • Intervention
  • Medical Detoxification
  • Methadone Maintenance Treatment
  • Narconon Model
  • Rapid Detoxification
  • Short-term Treatment
  • Therapeutic Community
  • Twelve Step Recovery
  • Unassisted Recovery
  • Unusual Drug Rehab Programs
  • Wilderness Programs

The above list of treatments are clearly defined and explained in the training manual, and it serves as an invaluable resource and reference for anyone seeking a better and in-depth understanding of what is available to addicts and their families in their search for workable and successful drug treatment.

The Narconon Model

The Narconon Model incorporates a drug-free approach to the treatment of addiction, including thorough detoxification of the body, Awareness training and Life Skills training. It has the unique and distinct advantage of being a truly drug-free program.  No drugs are used as part of the rehab program, as it has been found that when the true and root causes of an individual’s addictions are thoroughly addressed, drugs are not needed. The guilt, cravings and depression attendant to addiction and its lifestyle lift of their own accord when the Narconon program is thoroughly and properly done.

It is a long-term program without set time limits, giving many people the opportunity to rebuild a life destroyed by drugs.

For more information on the Addiction Referral Specialist Training Manual, or about becoming an Addiction Referral Specialist and helping others overcome addiction, please call the Addiction Referral Specialist Hotline at 1-800-468-6933.