Clinical Improvement

In just two days of inpatient treatment, our patients with addiction to alcohol, cocaine, opiates and tranquilizers show very significant improvements in psychological wellbeing.

These results are obtained by the SCL-90-R, a clinical assessment test which evaluates nine dimensions of symptoms and three global indexes of psychological distress.

Similarly, significant improvements measured by the SCL-90-R are corroborated by other measurement instruments and sources, such as the MCMI-III (test that evaluates pathological personality patterns), clinical observation of doctors and psychologists, reports by family members and the perceptions of the patients themselves reflected in their testimonies one month and one year after hospital discharge.

Below is a description of the scales of the psychological symptoms that show very significant decreases in the first two days of treatment

Clinical Improvement after 2 days (Hospital discharge) and after 9 months

COCAINE

PST (Positive Symptom Total)

cocaine detox

Depression

cocaine detox

Anxiety

cocaine detox

Phobias

cocaine detox

Interpersonal Sensitivity

cocaine detox

Hostility

cocaine detox

ALCOHOL

PST (Positive Symptom Total)

alcohol detox

Depressión

alcohol detox

Anxiety

alcohol detox

Phobias

alcohol detox

Interpersonal Sensitivity

alcohol detox

Hostility

alcohol detox