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Primary/Residential

Residential Treatment Programmes

Our private residential treatment programmes are some of the finest in the country and can help to treat a whole host of issues, including the following behavioural and addiction issues:

The aim of our intensive programme is to help individuals with addictions and behavioural health problems look at the underlying causes of their behaviours, to come to terms with their illness and start to create healthy strategies for coping once they leave.

If you are dealing with any type of addiction or similar illness but do not know where to turn, please give us a call on 0800 081 0700 for a discreet conversation on how we can help you. Alternatively you can email us here for a private discussion about how we can help.

Private Residential Addiction Treatment at Life Works

Residential treatment can seem a daunting prospect but it truly can have an amazing impact on an individual’s life. It provides the time, care and attention that is needed to fully address the emotional and physical issues.

Treatment is undertaken at our beautiful Georgian Manor house set in the tranquil Surrey countryside. The Programmes we follow are based on the latest evidence-based scientific treatment standards, and follows the 12 Steps Programme. The therapeutic programme is further tailored to meet each client's specific treatment goals and needs to ensure that we address the issues that are affecting you. To read more about our Treatment programmes please follow this link.

Who would benefit from Residential Care?

Residential care is appropriate for clients who need a structured or intense treatment plan. It is also suitable for clients who need to be stabilised or require detoxification, or who need to be away from their everyday situation which may be contributing to their condition.

Our unique treatment approach provides our clients with a wide range of opportunities to re-engage with themselves physically, emotionally and spiritually, and to develop healthier ways of coping with stress. Together, these experiences support healthy, sustained, long-term recovery for our clients.

Specialist Residential Treatment

Within Residential Treatment we also offer a range of specialist treatment programmes including:

If you are suffering from any type of addiction or disorder but do not know where to turn, please give us a call on 0800 081 0700 for a discreet conversation on how we can help you, or simply email us here for a private discussion about how we can help.

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