The Treatment Program

The rehab clinic offers an intensive and structured alcohol treatment program.  The program includes elements of REBT (Rational Emotive Behaviour Techniques) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy).  This is combines with Person Centred Counselling, Motivational Interviewing and the 12 Step model of abstinence and relapse prevention.  The clinic also encourages a healthy lifestyle and clients have access to a gym, swimming pool and dietary advice as part of their treatment time table

Clients treatment needs are assessed on an individual basis and individuals attending the clinic are treated as a whole, using a person centred approach, and not just as an addiction to alcohol.  The treatment day consists of group therapy, workshops, holistic therapies and one to one counselling.  Clients engaging in the treatment program will be expected to regularly attend 12 step fellowship meetings and planned activities in the evenings.  The treatment environment is very supportive and encouraging, incorporating advice and support sessions for the family also.

Best Suited For

This rehab clinic is best suited to individuals who are looking to overcome their addiction to alcohol. It is not suitable for any individuals with multiple addictions or addictions to other substances.  The clinic is a private residential unit providing a caring and supportive structured environment for those wishing to overcome their alcohol problem.  The clinic also offers professional Psychiatric care and support to those suffering from alcohol related mental health problems, usually anxiety and mood disorders.  The clinic has strict admission policies in relation to violence and sexual offences, ensuring that their clients are kept safe at all times.  As the Clinic is small, it is ideal for someone looking for a quiet and high care approach from the clinics staff.

Disabled Access

The Glasgow clinic is suitable for individuals with mild to moderate levels of physical disability.  However for someone with severe mobility problems they do not have the necessary equipment or staff to accommodate.

The Treatment Team

The clinics team consists of several members of highly skilled and qualified and experienced staff, including Counsellors, a Doctor and a Psychiatrist; with the day to day running of the clinic being overseen and led by the rehabs Clinical Director.  The staff have a caring and empathetic approach which they couple with their own personal experience and understanding of alcoholism and the recovery process.

Disabled Access

The Glasgow clinic is suitable for individuals with mild to moderate levels of physical disability.  However for someone with severe mobility problems they do not have the necessary equipment or staff to accommodate.

  • Alcohol dependency
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Binge drinking
  • Mental disorders associated with alcoholism
The staff at this clinic are very passionate about recovery from Alcoholism, and whilst they believe that individuals suffering from alcoholism do not choose to live that way, they do believe that recovery is a choice that can be embraced by anyone who wants it. The clinic was originally founded by the rehabs Clinical Director, who has personal experience of alcoholism and recovery. The environment is caring and compassionate and staff have a deep understanding of how alcoholism effects the sufferer and their family, friends and loved ones. They bring together a wealth of experience and skills to help the individual make positive choices and changes to their life. They believe in a total abstinence approach to alcohol and that if the individual is willing and has the capacity to be honest and compassionate to others, then they never need drink again.
The clinics team consists of several members of highly skilled and qualified and experienced staff, including Counsellors, a Doctor and a Psychiatrist; with the day to day running of the clinic being overseen and led by the rehabs Clinical Director. The staff have a caring and empathetic approach which they couple with their own personal experience and understanding of alcoholism and the recovery process.

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