World Class Addiction Treatment
One-on-one psychotherapy is an important part of rehab treatment at Castle Craig. The specialist addiction therapist and patient speak in complete privacy in one-on-one sessions.
Through Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), our therapists explore and address the underlying issues around the addiction on a case-by-case basis, leading to effective and sustained recovery.
All patients at Castle Craig receive a minimum of 8 hours of individual therapy and are allocate a focal therapist that remains constant through out their stay at the hospital, holiday/illness permitting.
Free Addiction Assessment
One To One Therapy Session We Offer
- Trauma Therapy, PTSD and EMDR
- CBT and Drug & alcohol addiction
- Anger management and Stress management
- Relapse Prevention
- Body Image and self-esteem and Relationships
Free Confidential Addiction Assessment
Making that first step in seeking help can be very difficult, our team is here to help you.
Our Certified, Experienced & Caring Therapists
One-to-one therapy sessions form part of our industry-leading addiction programme and typically occur twice a week during a residential stay. All patients have their own individual therapist.
Our therapists are practitioner members or are accredited with BACP (British Association For Counselling And Psychotherapy), and COSCA (Counselling and Psychotherapy Scotland). In addition, some have (are working towards) further accreditations such as university Masters’s degrees.
Moreover, some of our therapists have themselves experienced the throes of addiction and will be able to inspire and relate to their patients in an incredibly deep and caring manner.
Our addictions therapists are trained to use a discreet and sensitive approach with patients, encouraging them to open up about matters they may find difficult to share within a group setting. More.
What Individual Sessions Achieve
Your focal therapist will guide the sessions in order to:
- Address deep-rooted personal issues, e.g. trauma, grief, abuse;
- Motivate the patient to achieve and maintain abstinence;
- Change attitudes and behaviours that may lead to relapse;
- Maximise insight into the addiction;
- Address the impact addiction has had on the patient’s life.
The sessions follow a clear structure, in line with the treatment programme directed by our Consultant Psychiatrist, and are a crucial part of your personal treatment plan. Sessions take place twice weekly.
One To One Therapy At Castle Craig Incorporates A Range Of Techniques:
The goal of humanistic therapy is to help people become more self-aware and accepting of themselves. In contrast to psychoanalysis, humanistic therapists focus on conscious rather than unconscious thoughts. They also emphasise the patient’s present and future, as opposed to exploring the patient’s past.
Integrative therapy, also known as mind-body therapy, is a progressive form of psychotherapy that combines a range of therapeutic tools and approaches to fit the needs of each patient. This approach to addiction treatment aims to promote inner resilience and personal balance.
Your therapist will help you look at life in a new way and change the way you perceive yourself. Person-centred theory encourages the patient to find solutions to their problems. Therapy will teach you unconditional positive regard. You will learn how to be easy on yourself in the process. Too often, we judge ourselves harshly and fail to recognise that everyone makes mistakes.
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How Individual Therapy Works
Individual therapy allows you to speak in complete privacy and confidentiality with a specialist therapist.
Our therapists are practitioner members or are accredited with BACP (British Association For Counselling And Psychotherapy) and COSCA (Counselling and Psychotherapy Scotland). In addition, some have (are working towards) further accreditations such as university Masters’s degrees.
Our addictions therapists are trained to use a discreet and sensitive approach with patients, encouraging them to open up about matters they may find difficult to share within a group setting.
We have over 30 years of experience in the field of addiction. See Complementary therapies we offer.
How Can Castle Craig Help?
How Do I Pay For Rehab?
One concern we sometimes hear from people is how they will fund their rehab treatment. The cost of rehab varies depending on what kind of accommodation you choose. You can pay for treatment at Castle Craig privately, or through medical insurance, and some people receive funding through the NHS.
How Long Is the Rehab Programme?
Residential rehab treatment starts at four weeks and can go up to 12+ weeks. Research shows us that the longer you stay in rehab and are part of the residential therapy programme, the longer the likelihood of continued abstinence and stable recovery.
Who Will I Speak to When I Call?
When you call you will reach our Help Centre team who will give you all the information you need to help you decide whether to choose treatment at Castle Craig. Once you have decided that you would like to have a free screening assessment you will be put in touch with our admissions case managers who will guide you through the admissions process.
What Happens at the End of My Treatment?
Castle Craig thoroughly prepares patients before departure by creating a personalised continuing care plan which is formulated following discussions with the medical and therapeutic team. We offer an online continuing care programme which runs for 24 weeks after leaving treatment, in order to ensure a smooth transition back into your everyday life. Patients leaving treatment automatically join our Recovery Club where they can stay connected via our annual reunion, events, online workshops and recovery newsletters.