Our expert says:
What I don;'t understand is why she has any reason to "miss her family" - does this rehab program forbid any form of family contact throught the entire three months ( which would be eccentric and hard to justify ethically or clinically ). Yes, indeed, the main focus ought to be on intense and expert psychological work within the program to focus on relevant issues, but forbidding brief and even if necessary supervised family visits is unwise, and both provides excuses for the person to drop out, as seems to be possible here, and also avoids opportunities for a skillful program to focus on any toxic aspects of the person's relartionship with their family which need to be dealt with within the rehab program.
To exclude those family frictions from the process only inceases the likelihood of relapse when a person kept away from them is then sent back to a situation they haven't yet properly dealt with.
And surely any competent rehab program should provide the facility for you to meet and talk with her therapist in charge, about exactly this sort of issue ?
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