Specialist Addiction Support...
Regular professional counselling sessions focussed on the issues associated with addiction are an integral part of our recovery programme activities.
Our specialist addiction counsellors are Registered Members MBACP and we are an organisational member of British Association of Counselling Professionals (BACP).
Many people experience emotional and psychological challenges throughout their lives but even more so when trying to deal with the issues surrounding addiction in families.
Counselling offers a safe and confidential environment to explore your thoughts and feelings at a pace that is comfortable for you. The focus and aim of therapy is for you to get a better understanding of your feelings, emotions and experiences gaining more self awareness.
Counselling is also about enabling you to make changes in your life. This often involves getting a clearer understanding of what led to a particular problem in the first place. Your current difficult and painful situation around the issues of addiction may have its roots in the past, however,you may not be aware of the connection.
During the counselling sessions we can discuss your current difficulties in the context of past influences and experiences, significant relationships, external influences, beliefs and responses. By making sense of the past and gaining insight into your current situation, you may be able to recognise more choices available to you in order to make changes now and in the future.
Counselling and Psychotherapy are ways of learning more about yourself and how you relate with others which ultimately will help you live a full and meaningful life being the person you really are.