Residential Treatment

The goal of residential treatment is focused on removing the patient from their dysfunctional environment and providing a safe space for recovery.

Our residential treatment consists of multidisciplinary treatment, with the possibility of adapting to the needs of each of our patients; In this process we guide the patient through a detoxification and rehabilitation process, identifying the different triggers that lead to the development of addictive behaviors.

In this process, the patient is accompanied in the development of life skills in the areas: physical, mental, spiritual and social; fulfilling the objective of creating new ways to manage stressors, leading to successful rehabilitation.

  • Initial evaluation
  • Laboratories
  • Detox
  • Incorporation into activities
  • Rehabilitation process
  • Egress and Monitoring
  • Professional and dignified treatments
  • Help us find a meaning in life

Individual Therapy

At Cerem Rehab Center, the benefits begin from the moment it is decided to seek the help of a professional counselor or therapist, since the patient not only finds a place and a private moment to talk about their situation in a free and safe way in an environment of respect and neutrality which is already therapeutic, but you can also discover how your situation originates and how it is maintained, discover your options, develop your skills and improve in other areas of your life.

Group therapy

Group therapy is a psychotherapy technique used by our psychologists and addiction counselors. It is characterized by carrying out a session with several patients at the same time, which allows a patient’s story to be heard by other people who are in a similar context or situation. This type of therapy is usually beneficial for individuals with problems relating to society.

Recreational activities

At Cerem Rehab Center, physical health is very important, therefore, we implement recreational activities that promote the patient’s health. Physical activity is essential for maintaining and improving health and preventing disease, for all people and at any age. Physical activity contributes to prolonging life and improving its quality, through physiological, psychological and social benefits, which have been supported by scientific research.

Spiritual therapy

There is increasing evidence that a rich spiritual life has a significant positive impact on psychological and physical health. We understand that spirituality is a fundamental part of our patients’ recovery, which is why we focus on promoting spaces for introspection and human development where they can discover the great potential they have within.

Medical and psychiatric care

We have specialists in the area of ​​medicine and psychiatry who will work together to accompany the patient during their rehabilitation process to give the best possible results, promoting mental and physical health. By analyzing and interpreting mental health, therapeutic strategies will be designed that will allow the development of long-term treatment to prevent relapse.

Follow-up treatment

The goal of our follow-up treatment is to help the patient discharged from the institution to remain sober.

Through a therapeutic process, a sequential record of the patient’s recovery is kept in order to avoid a relapse.

The patient learns to identify the symptoms of relapse that will take him from a stable recovery to a relapse; whether emotional or consumer.

There is rarely just one relapse symptom, usually a series of symptoms build on each other to create a relapse.

At Cerem Rehab Center, our multidisciplinary team will help the patient create a comprehensive and effective action plan to identify and correct relapse symptoms early.


The stabilization process is designed so that the patient achieves a state of mental and emotional relaxation, avoiding unnecessary stressful situations.


The assessment process is designed to identify the recurring pattern of situations that caused past relapses and resolve the pain associated with those situations.


The education process aims to ensure that the patient learns and understands about the process and stages of relapse syndrome.


The identification process aims to teach the patient to identify relapse symptoms before they become dangerous for their recovery.


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Steps to create a relapse prevention plan.

1. Self-regulation
Emotional self-regulation or emotion regulation is the ability to respond to the continuous demands of experience, with a range of emotions in a way that is socially tolerable and flexible enough to allow spontaneous reactions, as well as the ability to suppress spontaneous reactions as necessary.

2. Integration
​In social psychology, self-evaluation or integration is the process of looking at oneself to evaluate the aspects that are important to one’s identity. At Cerem Rehab Center our counselors and therapists help our patients achieve this vital step.

3. Understanding
In this understanding step, the patient is educated by our counselors and therapists about the relapse process and the different symptoms they could present within their sobriety.

4. Self-knowledge
The objective of this step is for the patient to learn to identify the warning signs specific to him or her to avoid a relapse during his or her recovery.

5. Coping
Any number of factors can play a contributing role in a relapse, so part of a successful drug relapse prevention plan is learning to cope with the signs of specific high-risk situations and applying effective relapse prevention skills. to maintain sobriety

6. Review
The goal of the review step is to review and create prevention strategies with the counselor and therapist using the patient’s specific relapse prevention plan.

7. Inventory
The objective of this step is for the patient to use a daily inventory to have greater control over their symptoms and risk signs. Using the 10th Step Format of Alcoholics Anonymous

8. Support
The objective of this step is to involve the patient in self-help groups such as AA or NA. In this step, the patient’s loved ones are also permanently involved in the relapse prevention plan, since it is unlikely that recovery is achieved without any type of support, at this stage Cerem Rehab Center and its multidisciplinary team will be a crucial part of the individual’s recovery.

9. Maintenance
In this stage of the relapse prevention process, the patient carries out all the suggestions that were raised in their relapse prevention plan, modifying the stipulated goals and objectives with their counselor or therapist whenever necessary.

Family Treatment

The family is a system, and therefore what affects one member of the family affects all members of the family system. Drug use and other problem behaviors that a person engages in are symptoms that indicate that the family system is functioning inadequately. Family interaction patterns influence the behavior of each family member.

At Cerem Rehab Center our goal is to provide a safe space for problem-solving and providing relevant information to a patient’s family or loved ones. At Cerem Rehab Center the family also carries out a therapeutic process with our team, where they learn different techniques for managing a patient with emotional illnesses, such as alcohol or drug addiction, among many others.

Multidimensional family therapy focused on helping our patients and their loved ones.

Group Therapy

At Cerem Rehab Center, family members participate in group sessions coordinated by a member of our multidisciplinary team, where they are provided with information about the importance of their integration into their family member’s process, and co-dependence issues, among others. In this space, the family is allowed to live with other people who are experiencing the same situation as them, achieving a sense of belonging and support.

Private care

At Cerem Rehab Center all our families receive private and confidential care where problematic issues within the family system are addressed and they are given a report on their loved one’s condition.