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  • Assessment and Diagnosis: A thorough assessment is conducted to understand the extent of the addiction, physical health, mental health, and social circumstances of the individual.
  • Medical Detoxification :For many substances, the first step is often detoxification, a medically supervised process to manage withdrawal symptoms.
  • Individual and Group Therapy: Psychotherapy, including individual and group counseling, is a fundamental component of addiction treatment.
  • Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT):Some individual is benefit from medications that help reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms. This is common in the treatment of opioid or alcohol addiction.
  • Behavioral Therapies: Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational enhancement therapy (MET), and contingency management are examples of behavioral therapies commonly used in addiction treatment.
  • Support Groups: Participation in support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or Narcotics Anonymous (NA), provides a sense of community and ongoing support during and after formal treatment.
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