Private Dorset Clinic

Private Dorset Clinic

Following Detox , Primary Treatment clients are introduced to basic recovery concepts and will be encouraged to begin to explore the recovery process. Clients will participate in daily group therapy sessions, one-one counselling and regular lectures and workshops on addiction and recovery related topics such as relapse prevention, anger management, relationships etc. We focus on self-esteem during this stage of treatment as although the alcoholic or addict often presents various defence mechanisms, the truth is clients usually feel down on themselves which perpetuates the cycle of addiction. Alternative therapies are also offered throughout this stage of treatment.

Clients in this stage are supported to 12 Step community based evening meetings, of either Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. This is an essential part of treatment as recent research clearly demonstrates that good affiliations with these support groups increase the chance of long term recovery.

Secondary Treatment continues along the same format as the previous stage although the emphasis shifts towards relapse prevention, family therapy and putting together a solid structure and plans for life after treatment. Comprehensive aftercare packages are also available and encouraged to aid long term recovery.

If you think you or someone you know is dependent on drugs or alcohol, now is the time to let us help you make the right choice.

CALL REHAB TREATMENT UK on 0845 680 4902

 

Testimonials

I could not stop drinking, having tried various methods. After making contact with Rehab Treatment UK I was put at ease immediately. All my options were carefully explained and 2 days later admitted to Rehab. Without the speedy response I would probably still be drinking today, Already, the home is a happier place. Thank you Jane for starting the process for a life of sobriety.
B. Middlesex

Thank you to Rehab Treatment UK and everyone at the Clinic that was involved in my Detox. It has been hard, but the fun everyone has made it, helped to make it easier.
S. Hull