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Life Works for Professionals

We work with Professionals on a number of levels and our relationship with our professional partners is very important to us. We want to ensure that we offer not only the highest level of excellence in our treatment programmes but also the highest level service for the professionals we work with.

Life Works is regulated by the Care Quality Commission and we have been awarded a 3 Star Excellent rating.

To ensure that we offer the highest level of quality care for our clients we have created a highly trained and experienced, multi-disciplinary team of dedicated professionals.

The team will assess each individual’s needs and we develop a tailored programme that allows them to move along their care pathway and meet their individual treatment goals. These pathways are constantly reviewed to ensure that the treatment is appropriate in order for them to move into a long lasting recovery.

Our residential programme treats the following addiction and behavioural issues:

  • Alcoholism
  • Drug addiction – including prescribed and non-prescribed drugs
  • Eating disorders – including anorexia, bulimia and overeating
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Sex and love addiction
  • Co-dependency
  • Gambling

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.

Read more about our Treatment services.

Read more about our referral process.

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