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The Innovative New Methods at Drug Rehab Center Woodside are Working Well
Date:9/29/2013

Woodside, NY (PRWEB) September 29, 2013

The residents of Woodside, NY have spoken and Drug Rehab Center Woodside heard them loud and clear; addiction treatment needs an upgrade.

In response to the overwhelming number of patients struggling with addictions to alcohol, drugs and even prescription medications, the addiction specialists at Drug Rehab Center Woodside have devised an innovative new approach to bolster addiction recovery. The new thinking on treatment came about as addiction therapists have come to understand what addiction is and how it affects people.

Florence W., a professional addiction therapists at Drug Rehab Center Woodside, explained how addiction works and how it is best combated.

“Addiction is essentially someone trying to fill an emptiness inside them,” Florence said. “That emptiness comes in a variety of forms like loneliness, boredom or even stress.”

Treating addiction means finding a new way for someone to fill the void inside them. The specialists at Drug Rehab Center Woodside excel at helping people find the treatment methods that help take their mind off substance abuse once and for all.

“We urge patients to try things like yoga, group counseling, acupuncture, massage or art therapy and a variety of other methods that can help someone turn the urge to use drugs into a positive experience,” Florence said. “Our patients are experiencing the highest levels of success in years thanks to our new approach.”

Drug Rehab Center Woodside has years of experience in the field of addiction recovery and only employs a staff of professional addiction counselors and medical specialists. That means every patient is in the best possible hands during the whole process. Drug Rehab Center Woodside prides themselves on establishing an atmosphere of support and security where everyone can feel safe on the path to sobriety.

“Every second you wait to enter rehab is a
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