By Psychotherapist & Camino Recovery’s Programme Director Don Lavender Residential addiction treatment for alcoholism started in the 1940s. After a decade the clinicians made a remarkable discovery. This was that patients who had some level of family involvement in the treatment had greatly improved chances of achieving long-term sobriety. It may have been only weekend visits… Read more about Family Involvement in Addiction Treatment
Psychotherapy is therapy for emotional wellbeing. It’s a therapy that focuses on thoughts that influence patterns of behaviour. In a professional capacity, psychotherapists use techniques that facilitate the resolution of emotional problems and help to bring about positive change to a person’s mental health and experience of life. Although psychotherapy is often known as the… Read more about What is Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP)?
Camino Recovery is known for its highly innovative and effective treatment programmes, which focus not only on dealing with acute situations in the short-term, but ultimately seek long-lasting solutions by finding and addressing the root of the problem. Personal problems of any kind, be it addiction, behavioural issues, coping techniques or family/marital situations, are grounded… Read more about One-on-one consultations at Camino Recovery
At Camino Recovery we offer tailored treatment for addiction and its problems, restoring health and hope to people who need help to recover and rebuild. Acknowledging that addiction is a problem is one of the first steps to recovery, but how do you tell the difference between habit and addiction? Many of our clients use… Read more about Habit or Addiction?
At Camino Recovery we aim to work for you, but most importantly we work with you in order to create the best results possible. The process of recovery in any sense is never an easy one, and so the treatment needs to be as practically relevant as possible. Here at Camino Recovery we practice Equine-Utilised… Read more about Dance with those that run with laughter