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Types of Treatment

We provide a variety of different types of addiction & disorder treatments, if you are looking for more about the types of disorder we can treat visit our programme page here, otherwise for information on the types of treatment click on one of the links below:

Life Works is a private treatment centre that excels in treating behavioural health issues, including treatment for addictions to alcohol, illegal drugs and prescription medication, eating disorders, anxiety and depression and process addictions including sex and love addiction, gambling addiction and codependency. 

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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We offer a comprehensive range of treatment methods, allowing us to create a programme most suited to your needs.

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See why choosing Life Works is the first step in getting the right treatment for you. Call us to learn more or set up a meeting.

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