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Treatment for Teenagers

Teenage Eating Disorder & Addiction TreatmentHere at Life Works Community, we specialise in the treatment of teenage eating disorders & addiction.

We offer high quality group and individual private therapy tailored to the successful recovery of teenagers and are located in a beautiful Georgian Manor house in Surrey.

Life Works Community is a place where you can truly safe place where you relax & focus on your recovery and the programme is personalised to your recovery needs.

If you would like to speak to us in private for more information, please either contact us here or call us on 0800 081 0700.

Eating Disorders in Teenagers & Children

Eating Disorders, like Anorexia Nervosa & Bulimia Nervosa, are so common that around 1-2 in every 100 students struggle with them worldwide. Every year that passes children and teenagers develop problems with their weight, eating habits or general body image and it can be almost impossible to identify these issues as they begin. 

Visit our Eating Disorder Treatment pages for more information. Alternatively for more direct answers to your questions simply contact us here or call us on 0800 081 0700.

Teenage Drug & Alcohol Abuse 

teenage_drug_abuseSadly the number of teenagers suffering from a drug addiction or alcohol addiction is rising, Life Works as an organisation is dedicated to reversing this trend. Here at Life Works we treat every person that comes in our door as an individual, every treatment programme is different and as such we ensure we understood you completely before we build the best programme for you.

We work with specialist therapists who are particularly experienced in handling Adolescents, we treat a range of drug abuse and drug addictions such as Cocaine Addiction, Cannabis Addiction, Heroin Addiction & Painkiller Addiction.

 

Family Programme

An essential component of treatment, all adolescents and their family participate in the Family Programme. As this takes place towards the end of the treatment programme the family has had an opportunity to regain their strength and perspective after what is quite often a distressing and chaotic time prior to their child entering treatment. This part of the programme helps the family unit as a whole to learn and practise new ways of putting boundaries in place and opening up more communication.

One of our young clients who suffered badly from Anorexia is now an amabassador for a national charity and is now beginning her University degree, this just goes to show that there is hope and a solution for young people with addictions!

If you would like to speak to us in private for more information, please either contact us here or call us on 0800 081 0700.

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