How Treatment Works
There is no one-size-fits-all treatment for hallucinogen use disorder. The best treatment plan will vary depending on the individual’s needs. However, some standard components of hallucinogen treatment include:
Detoxification: This is the process of removing the drug from the body. It is usually done under medical supervision to help manage withdrawal symptoms.
Individual and group therapy: This helps people to understand their addiction and develop coping mechanisms for staying sober.
Medication management: This may treat co-occurring mental health disorders or help people manage withdrawal symptoms.
Life skills training: This teaches people how to live a sober life, such as how to manage their finances, find a job, and maintain relationships.