Rehab 4 Addiction

Our partner drug and alcohol rehab clinic in Hemel Hempstead is a twelve-bedroom state of the art facility that has been refurbished to a very high standard. It is a beautiful house based in a quiet village in Hemel Hempstead.

There are multiple living spaces, therapy and relaxation rooms, a large garden and outside space. All of our clients benefit from the privacy of their own bedroom with en-suite bathrooms. We specialise in a variety of addictions and compulsive behaviours.

We are a fully private clinic. All of our clients have chosen to be with us because they wish to tackle their problems in a safe and comfortable environment with the support and guidance of our therapeutic team; this, in turn, provides a really motivated client group.

What makes us special?

  • We listen to our clients when designing their programme. This individualised approach provides a mixture of therapies for the fastest possible recovery
  • We offer excellent privacy & confidentiality
  • Our location is set in a peaceful, rural and discrete environment
  • The Cotswolds Clinic programme can be adapted to different time requirements
  • The Cotswolds Clinic provides ongoing support for the client
  • Family members and loved ones are also invited to participate in the programme when it is considered beneficial to the client. The Clinics family therapy can be very healing for both the client and their loved ones

Programme Overview

Drug and alcohol rehabs in Hemel Hempstead offer an intensive programme are carefully constructed to set the foundations for a successful long-term recovery. The diverse therapeutic teamwork with the individual to examine the underlying issues causing the addiction to persist.

They carefully examine psychological profile, physical conditions and substance abuse history in order to determine what would be an effective treatment to use in their programme.

With a combination of psycho-educational assignments, self-concepts, relationship models and solution-focused approaches underpinned by a person-centred core, individuals are able to develop a strong sense of self.

The therapeutic focus of the programme in Hemel Hempstead is on the development of an individual’s ability to process emotion, often absent in active addiction creating a repetitive experience of problems and behaviours which can result in social exclusion, isolation and relationship breakdown.

Breaking old patterns and building relationship skills is challenging and highly effective when learning how to reconnect with people and relate on a deeper, more meaningful level transforming individual’s lives and inspiring them to achieve a sustainable recovery.

Facilities and accommodation

  • Single en-suite rooms
  • Large garden and outside space
  • Multiple living spaces
  • Therapy and relaxation rooms
  • Peaceful, rural and discrete environment

A typical day will include carefully co-ordinated appointments with selected members of their recovery team, such as counsellors, personal therapists, addiction workers, the nutritional consultant, Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT), Mind bridging, acupuncturist, shiatsu practitioner, meditation teacher, medical staff, carers, teachers and mentors as required.

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