What types of addiction therapy are used at Manor Clinic?
Patients at Manor Clinic benefit from specialist, evidence-based treatment. We don’t take a ‘one size fits all’ approach, and instead, deliver tailored treatment, ensuring that our patients are empowered to address their challenges, achieve the best personal outcomes, and take steps towards a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.
Group therapy at Manor Clinic
Group therapy is a fundamental element of our 28-day Addiction Treatment Programme. Led by qualified addiction therapists, group sessions are conducted every day and allow individuals to share their insights, learn from the experiences of others, and practise effective communication and other skills that will support their continued recovery.
Topics addressed during group therapy sessions may include the concept of addiction itself, family and relationship issues, work issues, continuing care planning and relapse prevention. Groups also allow individuals to share their own stories and emotions in a safe space, and receive feedback and advice from other people experiencing the same challenges.
At Manor Clinic, we understand that you might find the thought of talking about your life experiences with a group of strangers to be quite daunting. As such, we ensure that our group therapy sessions are small and intimate, driving greater engagement for patients and allowing you to feel as comfortable as possible. We promote an informal and flexible approach so that you have the chance to build trust and closeness with other group members, feel safe and relaxed, and receive the most effective treatment possible for recovery.
One-to-one therapy at Manor Clinic
We also offer one-to-one therapy at Manor Clinic on an ‘as and when basis’, where appropriate. One-to-one therapy takes place between yourself and one of our expert therapists, and is used alongside group therapy in the addiction treatment journey. One-to-one sessions offer an opportunity for patients to process successes and setbacks, explore personal emotions, and address other issues that they may be hesitant to discuss in a group environment.
Family support at Manor Clinic
A designated family liaison professional is available to conduct family support sessions on a fortnightly basis. Family support provides an opportunity to address the impact that addiction has had on the lives of loved ones, to improve communication and strengthen family bonds, and to prepare family members and close friends to provide the most effective support when the individual in treatment has returned home.
For more information on the support that we provide to families at Manor Clinic, as well as how we can help with staging an intervention, please visit our family support page.
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