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Out Patient Treatment Services

Starting out patient treatment with Life Works

We offer a range of consultant psychiatrists and therapists available for out patient appointments and outpatient treatment services. 

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.

Patient Day Care

Life Works Day Care Programme is highly valued by those who attend – whether it is a client who has recently completed primary treatment and requires a step-down support, or someone who attends just for day care. Our day care clients attend between one and five days per week and join the main primary treatment group for all therapeutic activities.

For further details of our treatment methods and activities, click here.

Aftercare Programme

Aftercare is a core aspect of treatment and that’s why at Life Works our aftercare programme has been carefully designed to provide each individual with the support they need when they leave treatment. We will conduct an assessment of individual aftercare needs, develop a personalised Continuing Care plan, make relevant referrals for both counselling and twelve-step fellowships, and provide access to weekly aftercare groups. 

    If you are concerned about relapsing or you need help, please call us on 0800 081 0700 to speak to one of our counsellors in confidence or simply email us here.

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