Recovery from any form of addiction requires comprehensive, compassionate treatment. At Linwood House, we use a combination of addiction therapy options which are rooted in evidence-based approaches. We treat people living with alcohol and drug addictions, as well as behavioural addictions such as gambling, food and the internet.
Our treatment options incorporate a diverse range of therapeutic techniques to help you explore different approaches and discover which work best for your recovery.
Why are addiction therapies an important part of rehab?
The therapies we use help promote physical, emotional, and mental wellbeing. This gives you the strength and focus to work on the underlying causes of your addiction. You will work with trained therapists to explore your triggers and your responses to them. This will help you develop new coping skills and develop more healthy patterns of behaviour.
At Linwood House, we make sure that your recovery takes place in a comfortable and supportive environment. We consider every aspect of your wellbeing and provide a therapeutic structure that helps heal you from the inside-out.
What types of addiction therapies are used at Linwood House?
The 12-steps are a renowned framework used worldwide to help people acknowledge their addiction and take responsibility for their recovery.
CBT helps people identify and change negative thought patterns and can be an invaluable part of addiction rehab. Learn more about how CBT works during rehab here.
Holistic therapy promotes recovery by treating the whole person, not just the addiction. It can involve a wide range of techniques designed to promote overall wellness.
Meditation therapy helps individuals focus on their recovery by reducing stress and anxiety. Click here to learn more about how meditation can help you maintain sobriety
Mindfulness works as an effective part of addiction rehab by helping people become more aware of their triggers and manage stress as it arrives.
Sound therapy promotes relaxation and can improve the quality of sleep, helping people focus on their recovery. Learn more about sound therapy here.
Yoga can be a highly effective addiction therapy through its ability to improve mental and physical well-being, which can, in turn, help manage cravings.
What is addiction counselling?
Addiction counselling covers a number of therapies used to manage and treat behavioural and substance addiction. Addiction counselling can take the form of individual sessions, or it can include group therapy sessions. You will work together with experienced addiction counsellors to identify the driving factors behind your relationship with certain substances and begin the healing process. Addiction counselling also gives you the support you need to manage cravings or bounce back after a relapse.
How long should I expect addiction counselling to last?
Each person’s addiction journey is unique; we all recover at our own rate. Our treatment programmes range from two to twelve weeks. However, we understand that recovery is an active process, and so it is rarely just finished. That’s why we offer one year’s free aftercare, as well as our ongoing Alumni programme. The Alumni gives you access to chat groups and social meetings with others on the journey to recovery. This means you will always be able to speak with someone who understands what you are going through.
Linwood House addiction treatment
Making the choice to recover from addiction is not always easy, but it’s the best decision you can make. The first step is often the hardest, but by seeking us out, you are already on the path. Get in touch today to learn more about our treatment programmes and how they can help you recover.