Addiction is a complex, multi-faceted condition which is why it can be very difficult to overcome without professional addiction counselling and therapy. Liberty House takes a holistic approach to rehab treatment by using a combination of different addiction therapies and evidence-based treatment methods. This enables you to focus on every aspect of your addiction and gives you the best chance of long-term recovery. Each of the addiction therapies and treatments we provide during your time in rehab will help you to identify and address the root causes of your addiction and develop the skills and knowledge you need to maintain your sobriety in the future.
Addiction counselling and therapy at Liberty House
Everybody is different and will respond differently to different types of addiction therapy. That’s why Liberty House offers a range of addiction therapies so that you are sure to find ones that work well for you.
We also understand that addiction is not just a physical problem but also a mental and emotional one. Addiction affects every aspect of your life so effective treatment does not just focus on the condition in isolation but also considers mental health issues, trauma or other factors that might be fuelling your addiction. By addressing all of these areas, we give you the best possible chance of achieving a lasting recovery.
To find out more about our comprehensive addiction counselling and therapy programmes, get in touch with Liberty House today. Our admissions team will be happy to answer any of your questions and help you take the first step on your journey to recovery.
Liberty House addiction therapy and treatment methods
Originally developed by Alcoholics Anonymous, the 12 steps will help you to take responsibility for your addiction, understand the harm it has caused and make peace with yourself and your loved ones.
Art therapy can be very effective in helping you to deal with difficult addiction-related emotions and thoughts. It can also be a fun and relaxing way to express yourself.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that can help you to identify and change any negative thoughts and behaviours that are fuelling your addiction.
Dialectic Behavioural Therapy (DBT) is a type of CBT that specifically focuses on helping you to manage difficult emotions so that you can make positive changes in your life.
Gong bath is a type of sound therapy that uses vibrations to relax the mind and body. This can be helpful in managing stress and anxiety which are often triggers for addiction relapse.
Group therapy provides you with support and advice from other people on the same journey and is a great way to share your thoughts and feelings in a safe environment.
Holistic therapies take a comprehensive approach to addiction treatment by addressing the mind, body and soul to tackle every aspect of addiction.
One-to-one addiction counselling provides you with the opportunity to talk openly and honestly about your addiction with a professional counsellor who has been through the recovery process themselves.
In individual therapy, you have the chance to sit down and speak frankly about your addiction with a counsellor who understands first-hand what it’s like to go through recovery.
Meditation can help to calm and focus the mind, which can be helpful in managing stress, anxiety and other difficult emotions which often trigger addiction relapse.
Mindfulness is a type of meditation that helps you to focus on the present moment and be more aware of your thoughts, feelings and emotions, particularly during difficult times.
Music therapy uses music to help you to express yourself, relax and manage difficult emotions during rehab and can be very effective in relapse prevention later.
Psychodynamic therapy aims to help you to understand the root causes of your addiction by exploring your past experiences and how they have affected you.
Trauma therapy is a type of talking therapy that helps you to process and come to terms with any traumas from your past that might be fuelling your addiction.
Yoga can be a useful complementary addiction therapy as it helps to focus on the present moment, relax the mind and body and connect to your inner self.