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Relapse Treatment and Prevention

Life Works - the leading specialist in relapse treatment

Relapse TreatmentWhen an individual begins their journey on the road to recovering from a serious addiction, they may end up relapsing.

Relapse is when you slip back into old and destructive behaviours. This could be purging (if you have an eating disorder), drinking (if you are an alcoholic), or using drugs if you have a drug addiction. Relapse also comes in a number of forms. A small relapse for an alcoholic could be having just one drink. A larger relapse could be having a drink, losing control and then having more drinks. Both of these can be a problem but it is important to understand that relapse is not the end of recovery.

Relapsing does not mean that the individual has failed at recovering from the addiction. It is very common for a former addict to relapse. There is no shame in coming back to receive more treatment if you have had a relapse. For those who are suffering from an addiction and have recently relapsed, Life Works has a range of judgement free relapse treatments available. We can offer you support encouragement and treatment to help you get back on the road to recovery.

If you are ready to start your relapse treatment, please call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

Help With Relapse

Life Works has helped many people recover after a relapse. The most important thing to remember is that relapsing is nothing to be ashamed of as long as you get back in recovery. Relapse is rather like a boulder rolling down a hill. The longer you let it build up momentum, the harder it will be to stop. Life Works handles relapse by providing a safe place to recover. We stabilise the client, helping them rebuild their support network, work with them to create healthy coping strategies and overcoming the guilt that sometimes comes with relapse. We also understand that relapse can be caused by a number of different issues. Some people may relapse because they left treatment too early. Other people may have become a bit too complacent with their recovery work. Plenty of other people relapse simply because they are put in a situation that they feel overwhelms their more healthy coping strategies. By calling Life Works, you can prevent your relapse from getting worse. If you would like to learn more about relapse treatment you can call Life Works at 0800 081 0700 or fill out our contact form.

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How can I start Relapse treatment at Life Works?

Starting relapse treatment at Life Works is simple. It starts with call to our enquireis team. They will ask you questiosn and assess the problems you are facing. If the enquiries team believes Life Works can help, they will admit you as soon as possible. Once you have arrived, you will begin your treatment plan. For some people, this may include a detox and for others it might mean they join our therapy groups immedatly. Our goal is to help you understand what triggered your relapse and then give you the tools you need to prevent another relapse in the future. Once you start treatment with us, you will also be assigned a primary counsellor who will help you through treatment. You will be paired with a buddy (another patient who understands the routine and policies) who will help you navigate Life Works while you get settled. You will also speak meet with a number of medical professionals to ensure you are in the best possible shape to start your treatment. It all starts with a call to Life Works at, 0800 081 0700 or by filling out our contact form.

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