Marijuana Addiction Treatment Programs

Marijuana Addiction has become a common thing among youngsters and even aged people. Many people use marijuana to escape reality, and while they’re doing that, they overlook the consequences of its abuse. Emmaus Medical & Counseling is an outpatient rehabilitation facility that provides quality marijuana addiction treatment. Our doctors specialize in withdrawal treatments for marijuana addiction. Contact us today and book an appointment.

Addiction is difficult, and you don’t have to conquer it alone. Contact Emmaus Medical & Counseling and begin your journey to recovery today.​

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Highly-Rated Marijuana Addiction Treatment at Emmaus

Marijuana addiction can be challenging to overcome, and no one-size-fits-all treatment approach works for everyone. At Emmaus Medical & Counseling, we use evidence-based treatments that are effective in helping people overcome marijuana addiction. Our cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), a talk therapy, aims to recognize and alter unhelpful thought patterns and behaviors. It helps people develop coping strategies to deal with cravings and other triggers that may lead to marijuana use.

Another one of our practical treatment approaches is Medical Assisted Treatment(MAT). MAT is a therapy that focuses on helping individuals quit marijuana with prescription medications. It helps people identify and work through their reasons knowledgeable staff for using marijuana and develop a plan for leaving.

Some people find that support groups such as Marijuana Anonymous can be helpful in their recovery.

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If you or a loved one has a substance use disorder and needs opioid addiction treatment with proven results, turn to Emmaus Medical & Counseling today. Our staff in Tennessee, TN, offers exceptional opioid treatment plans that address each patient’s specific needs. Call 423-202-3008 today to book a consultation.

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) at Emmaus

Using drugs to help manage withdrawal symptoms and cravings is a critical component of our medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for marijuana addiction. While there are no FDA-approved medications specifically for the treatment of marijuana addiction, we use medications that are effective in helping individuals manage their symptoms and reduce their use.

It’s important to note that medication-assisted treatment for marijuana addiction is not a standalone treatment approach. It is used with behavioral therapies, lifestyle changes, and other supportive interventions to help individuals overcome their addiction and achieve long-term recovery.

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Our Buprenorphine Marijuana Treatment

Buprenorphine is a medication commonly used to treat opioid addiction, but it has also been studied as a potential treatment for marijuana addiction. Our buprenorphine therapy functions by attaching to the same brain receptors that marijuana activates, which can help reduce cravings and withdrawal symptoms. It also helps reduce the rewarding effects of marijuana, which may help individuals reduce their use over time.

Our buprenorphine treatment is only used as part of a comprehensive treatment program that includes behavioral therapies, lifestyle changes, and other supportive interventions. Buprenorphine is not a standalone treatment approach and should only be prescribed by our highly trained healthcare professional. Additionally, not everyone with marijuana addiction may be a good candidate for buprenorphine treatment. We discuss the potential risks and benefits of buprenorphine treatment with the patient to determine if it is appropriate for their needs and circumstances.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Marijuana Addiction

Marijuana Withdrawal Treatment at Emmaus

Withdrawal from marijuana can be uncomfortable and even challenging for some individuals. The symptoms of marijuana withdrawal can vary from person to person and may include irritability, anxiety, insomnia, appetite changes, and mood swings. Several treatments are used at Emmaus Medical & Counseling to manage the symptoms of marijuana withdrawal. Several medications help alleviate the symptoms of marijuana withdrawal. For example, we use antidepressants such as bupropion, which have been shown to help reduce irritability and mood swings, while sleep aids can help with insomnia.

Our Behavioural Therapy For Marijuana Addiction

Our behavioral therapies, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), help individuals determine and change the negative thought patterns and behaviors related to their drug use. We also offer Mindfulness-based interventions, such as mindfulness meditation and yoga, which can help individuals manage withdrawal symptoms and reduce stress and anxiety. Your support groups provide a safe space where people may talk about their struggles and get help and advice from others going through similar struggles. Nutritional interventions, such as increasing water intake and healthy foods, can help support the body during withdrawal and recovery.

How Emmaus Assesses Marijuana Addiction

Our assessing marijuana addiction involves evaluating an individual’s use patterns, symptoms, and behaviors to determine if they meet the diagnostic criteria for a substance use disorder (SUD) related to marijuana. The DSM-5 manual provides a list of diagnostic criteria for marijuana use disorder, which can be used to identify whether an individual meets the requirements for a diagnosis. Screening tools, such as the Marijuana Use Disorders Identification Test (MUDIT), can identify individuals at risk for developing a marijuana use disorder. These tools typically ask questions about an individual’s use patterns, symptoms, and behaviors related to marijuana use.

Our healthcare professionals conduct interviews with patients that can be used to assess an individual’s symptoms and behaviors related to marijuana use. This involves asking about an individual’s drug use history, family history, and other relevant factors. Self-report questionnaires, such as the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory, assess an individual’s risk for substance use disorders. These questionnaires ask about an individual’s drug use history, family history, and other relevant factors.

Emmaus Medical & Counseling, The Best Rehab Center

At Emmaus Medical & Counseling, we care for people with drug and alcohol dependence. If you know a loved one who is going through a marijuana addiction and wants to seek recovery, then Emmaus is the place they should be. We provide cannabis withdrawal and alcohol addiction treatment as well. Our marijuana addiction treatment is considered to be the best. So contact us today and get rid of drug abuse starting today!

Start Your Recovery with Emmaus Medical and Counseling Today!

If you or someone you love is struggling with Marijuana addiction, the first step towards recovery is seeking help. At Emmaus Medical and Counseling, we offer a compassionate and comprehensive approach to addiction treatment tailored to each individual’s unique needs. Our team of experienced medical and mental health professionals is dedicated to providing the highest quality care to help individuals overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery.

Starting your recovery journey with Emmaus Medical and Counseling means gaining access to a supportive and caring community that will walk with you every step of the way. Our team is committed to helping you overcome addiction and build a fulfilling life in recovery. Contact us today to learn more about our Marijuana addiction treatment options and start your journey toward a healthier, happier future.

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