Emotional Trauma is often overlooked It’s a lot easier to treat physical trauma than emotional and psychological trauma. Physical trauma is treated by medical doctors and hospitals but trauma on the emotional and psychological level is much more obscure and difficult to identify. Historically, we just “get on with it” and our mental self-protection devices… Read more about How trauma manifests on a cellular level
Mindfulness…. For many people starting on the path of recovery it can be difficult to define the concept of mindfulness. But simply speaking mindfulness is the basic human ability to be aware and in the present. To be aware means to focus on what is happening in the moment (where we are what we are… Read more about Can mindfulness help with recovery?
Don Lavender is Camino Recovery’s Programme Director. An American psychotherapist with more than 30 years experience in clinical management and consultative positions, working in some of the most effective and best-known treatment centres in the world, including the Priory hospitals in the UK and Sierra Tucson in Arizona. Our very own Don Lavender featured on… Read more about Don Lavender on air with Mijas Radio 3.40
Self-Esteem: low self-esteem in teenagers is linked to problematic, unhappy adult lives “If your compassion does not include yourself it is not complete,” Jack Cornfield. There’s been a lot of research centred on how low self-esteem in teenagers manifests in daily life and what lingering affects this has as they develop into adults. Questions are… Read more about Camino – Self-esteem in youngsters
Yoga has a sly, clever way of short circuiting the mental patterns that cause anxiety,” Baxter Bell. Yoga is very clever. As a discipline that is over 5,000 years old not only has it stood the test of time, but it is therefore more prevalent today than ever. The healing benefits that yoga brings for… Read more about Yoga practise compliments recovery
On the 26th January 2015 our very own Ameet Braiche from Camino Recovery featured on Mijas International TV with Karen McMahon. Originally from London, Ameet is a qualified primary therapist specialising in addiction and trauma resolution. Bringing his expertise, experience and wide knowledge of addiction; we are very proud to have him as part of… Read more about Talking addiction on Mijas International TV
This January Camino Recovery celebrates its sixth anniversary as a specialised therapy and addiction treatment centre on the Costa del Sol. Although we have been working in the treatment field for over 30 years, this month marks six years of helping people from our own retreat in the Marbella area. For both local residents and also the… Read more about Camino Recovery – celebrating six years in Marbella
Here at the Camino Recovery Centre we are offering families affected by addiction the opportunity to take part in our 4-day ‘Family Programme’. We invite families to attend – for their loved ones in treatment, but mostly for themselves. Substance abuse, eating disorders, trauma, self-harm and so-on impacts on the family system and vice versa.… Read more about Family Workshop 13th August 2018