If you’ve come to the decision that you are struggling with an addiction and you would like to recover, congratulations. You’ve already taken the first step and having the motivation and determination to get well means that you are already halfway there. It’s important, however, not to confuse this with the ability to recover independently. Whilst it might seem logical that if you can acknowledge your problem, you can also stop it, unfortunately addiction doesn’t work that way.Contact us
Once detox is complete, you will be more receptive to the next part of the programme, which will focus on addressing the psychological aspects of your addiction. This will consist of a range of psychological therapy sessions and counselling.
Throughout your personal counselling sessions, you will delve into the reasons beyond your addiction, with any comorbid or pre-existing mental health conditions that are uncovered, being adequately referred for outside treatment.
Below, we list some of the services you will benefit from when you choose to undergo recovery therapy:
When you contact us, you will be asked a series of questions so that our team can find out a bit more about you. These questions range from your financial situation, your accessibility requirements, to your physical and mental health history. Once our advisers have collected this information, we can pass it on confidentially to local rehab providers in whose care we believe you could benefit from treatment.