Our Scottish Clinic is the only Residential Rehab in the United Kingdom that deals exclusively with alcoholism and alcohol problems. Our Alcohol Treatment Programme provides supervised detox, counselling and therapy, and the chance to work on the skills and motivation you need for overcoming alcohol addiction.
We believe that alcoholism is not a failing on your part and nobody chooses to be an alcoholic. Our programmes have helped hundreds of clients who have one goal in mind, determination to get alcohol out of their lives. Our Alcohol Rehabilitation Programme (Rehab) using best practice and proven techniques designed to help you get to grips with the physical, psychological and emotional implications of your alcohol-problem.
Assessment –Every client will receive an assessment designed to determine the precise nature of their alcohol problems, including co-existing health conditions or social problems. The process of assessment enables an individual care-plan to be developed to meet the client’s specific needs.
Care Planning – After assessment and admission to the alcohol rehab clinic, you will be fully involved in drawing up your own care-plan, with keywork support. Your care-plan will identify your treatment goals and the interventions and services to be provided.
Keywork – We are very aware how the therapeutic relationship between client and keyworker can impact on treatment. Keywork support is empathetic, supportive and goal-directed. Your keyworker will work with you to ensure the delivery and review of your care-plan. This will be carried out through twice-weekly keywork sessions.
Aftercare – As a client moves towards the end of their period of rehab treatment, the focus of care and treatment planning shifts to an ongoing support-plan, which enables clients to plan and prepare effectively for their post-treatment objectives and reintegration back into mainstream life. In preparation for the completion of your alcohol rehab, we will help you to draw up an aftercare plan to assist you maintain your personal commitment to your recovery, achieve lasting changes in your lifestyle, and enable early detection of a possible relapse.