Our Western model is strongly alined to the 12-steps of Alcoholic Anonymous, which has proved highly successful in treating alcoholics for many years and has been adopted by numerous other addiction fellowships.
(cognitive behavioural therapy):
This used as a treatment to a wide range of addictions and disorders, this includes trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety and stress.
(eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing):
EMDR is a psychotherapy that enables clients to heal from emotional trauma which is the result of disturbing life experiences.
We use music to enhance the positive well-being, spiritual growth and mental health of our clients.
Working and becoming attuned with horses has proven to provide a spiritual and calming affect on those clients suffering with anger, anxiety or depression.
Wilderness environments are widely acknowledged as a natural means of promoting physical, mental and spiritual well-being. We combine a diverse range of outdoor activities and experiences which enable our clients to build self-esteem, confidence and to challenge their comfort levels. The Wilderness Programme is usually undertaken by those clients who have completed our in-house therapy and are seeking a further mental and physical challenge. The programme is usually held in the UK.
Yoga defined by a group of physical, mental and spiritual practices. Yoga helps with physical and mental health and well-being.
Traditional Buddhism method to prepare the body and mind for meditation.
An ancient meditation practice helping to abandon the confines of the physical world and connect with ones god or higher power.
A Chinese martial art practised for personal defence, spiritual growth, peace of mind and meditation.
Has proved to be highly beneficial to the body and minds ability to relax and restore.
Our practitioners use a technique called palm healing or hands on healing through which the “universal energy” is transferred from the practitioner to the patient.
Kanya means “source of energy”. Its a somatic therapy process that aligns us with living what we teach, revealing and healing addictive habits and embedded traumas in the body, mind and emotions. It is inspired by conscious connected breathing (CCB).
Clients family members are invited with the clients permission to take part in our family programme.
The family are a very important part of any long term recovery programme and it is designed to support clients and family members develop understanding, boundaries, compassion and trust.
An integral part of our clients over-all well being and health is our resident chef and catering staff who ensure their nutritional needs are met at all times. A combination of local fresh, healthy, natural and organic ingredients is used to ensure a healthy and balanced diet during their time with us.