The Lighthouse Bali’s individual rehab in Bali treatment plans provide a blend of traditional and innovative approaches that work together to create a healing model, providing our client with the tools necessary for a happy, serene, clean and sober way of life. The Lighthouse Bali offers a broad spectrum of rehab in Bali recovery programs that include integrated holistic services, along with structured clinical programs that are personalized for our client’s specific needs and wants. Whether dealing with alcoholism or drug addiction, our unique programs and highly experienced staff meet each resident where they are – physically, intellectually, emotionally & spiritually.
Our medical and support staff have years of experience helping people recover from addictions to alcohol, marijuana, heroin, morphine, Fentanyl, Oxycontin, Oxycodone, cocaine, crystal meth (ICE), Xanax, Valium, other prescription medications, benzodiazepines and many other substances.
Shortly after a client arrives at The Lighthouse Bali, they receive a medical evaluation by a physician trained in substance abuse to determine the appropriate detox and outline the rehab in Bali treatment plan. We believe that a mixture of individual care, individual counseling and group 12 step meetings increases the odds of long term recovery for the client. As such, our plans include three individual counseling sessions every week, daily private recovery tools sessions, daily fitness activities, daily 12 step support group meetings and weekly self-care sessions (massage, reflexology, acupuncture, etc).
The recommended length of stay with us is 28 days although we do offer a 14 day option for those who cannot commit to a full 28 day rehab in Bali program. Check our program inclusions and prices here.
Our holistic, transformational approach will lay the groundwork for our client to detach from old, toxic beliefs and free themselves to become more aware of their choices, to develop an honest relationship with themselves and learn to live in the creative flow of life. The goal is to achieve the personal freedom that can only be obtained by seeking one’s own highest “truth” and releasing the false self.
We believe that spirituality is developed through experiences that reveal deeper and more profound “truths”. These truths are not universal, as in scientific “fact”, but are personal, self-enhancing truths. These personal, self-enhancing truths help us to develop a value system that guides our choices and helps us live our lives with purpose.