Local and Accessible Aftercare Therapy
Aftercare therapy refers to ongoing and supportive therapy that takes place after an initial intervention, for example, a stay in rehab or intensive day-care programme. The primary aim of aftercare therapy is to continue and strengthen recovery from addictions and addictive behaviours that has been initiated through undergoing a rehabilitation programme in the recent past.
Substantial clinical experience, the experience of many of those in long-term recovery and clinical research all strongly indicate that engaging in aftercare therapy is beneficial for ongoing successful recovery from addictive behaviours and substance abuse.
For a number of years, here at AddictionsCounselling.net we have been offering face-to-face and group therapy counselling and therapy for clients recently amicably discharged from their inpatient stay within the healthcare services, including rehabilitation.
For some, re-entering the wider community and the stressors of daily life after experiencing rehab can be a time where receiving extra support can be extremely beneficial and strengthening. As for myself, having worked as an addictions therapist in residential rehabilitation settings (Priory Hospital, Birmingham and Priory Clinic Nottingham), I am able to work with you to continue your recovery journey, explore and build on recovery strengths and support you to avoid relapse.