Ecstasy Addiction Treatment

Treating Ecstasy Addiction

Ecstasy, otherwise known as MDMA or Molly, is a very powerful club drug used for its fast-acting euphoric effects. Unfortunately, ecstasy addiction is very real and produces a wide range of serious effects including cognitive impairments, neurotoxicity, and major depression during withdrawals. Without the proper help, MDMA addiction can do permanent damage to your brain as well as take away your life and the relationships in it. That’s why our team at the West Coast Rehab (West Coast Rehab) is has a treatment program for ecstasy addiction that relies on the latest in treatment techniques.

Tackling Ecstasy Addiction

Ecstasy addiction has profound effects on both the body and brain, and as a result many clients at West Coast Rehab must begin their stay by going through a medically supervised detox. In this stage, our qualified staff watches over clients around the clock as they flush out negative chemicals and return to baseline health. All of our patients get private rooms and are also matched with their own drug counselors who they will meet for daily individual therapy sessions. Therapy at West Coast Rehab is based in neuroscience and evidence-based modalities, among them CBT, Motivational Interviewing, mindfulness, relapse prevention, family therapy, and 12-step support. There’s also the added option for family therapy through West Coast Rehab to heal the bonds damaged by addiction. Finally, West Coast Rehab keeps more staff on site than clients to assure everyone gets enough attention.

A Life Without Ecstasy Addiction

Because ecstasy addiction often has its users chasing greater and greater highs, it may seem like finding joy in life sober will be an impossible task. We here at West Coast Rehab want to stress that recovery is not impossible, and with the help of our team it can become a reality. Our mission is to give all our clients the full treatment they need to get their lives back on track. Call us today, and see if our proven treatment programs can help you put an end to your ecstasy addiction.