Aftercare Group – North West England
You want to stay stopped, maintain recovery and build a rich and meaningful life
Studies show that client to leave treatment and step straight into a professional after-care programme are likely to succeed than those who do not. If it was a challenge to finally accept help and go into treatment, leaving is just as daunting. Aftercare is a therapist-led supported program to support your early recovery efforts in the real world.
Prevent High Relapse Rates
Relapse after leaving residential rehabilitation for addiction and alcoholism is all too common. We have been approached by many on this issue, and the provision of an independent aftercare group is our response. Treatment centre care plans do not translate into formal and practical aftercare treatment packages.
In RedChair’s aftercare programme, a specialist will liaise directly with any treatment providers so that you will return with the correct support in place.
RedChair’s Aftercare Group Compliments Rehabilitation Programmes
All good treatment programs insist upon an aftercare package as they acknowledge that the residential part of the program is only the beginning. this can be nearly impossible when the client is returning to another part of the UK and is unable to access the original treatment centre on a regular weekly basis. treatment centres referred to clients that are returning to the north-west directly into our after-care programme. This includes a handover process by the councillors to the therapist who runs the group and in doing so ensures a seamless continuum of care.
- Relapse prevention
- Thoughts, feelings and behaviour
- Goal setting
- Barriers or Bridges? Real-world recovery
- Prevention, reaction and no action – the recovery blocks
- 12 step recovery development
- SMART recovery development
- ACT, DBT, CBT model development
- Physical, mental, emotional, spiritual – behavioural circle sessions
- Daily/weekly journal with reflections and feedback
- Identifying Away Behaviours and Towards Behaviours
- Personal development