Supporting people struggling with addictions
In this session, we will navigate the intricacies of addiction and recovery. We will learn the language of recovery, strategies for aiding those in recovery services and grasp the concept of an addictive personality. We will also differentiate between individuals in active addiction and those in recovery, explore the potential for multiple addictions and understand the transformative journey of recovery.
About the speaker
The session will be led by Adrienne Arthurs, CEO, and Debbie Coote, Clinical Manager of The Living Room. Debbie is a level 7 trained counsellor with expertise in addiction, group therapy and DBT, while Adrienne’s background centres on social interventions, aiming to empower individuals to become valuable contributors to society and secure a brighter future for generations to come.
The Living Room charity (est.2000) is dedicated to providing free, daytime, abstinence-based group therapy rehabilitation, for adults with various addictions in Hertfordshire. Their team of trained counsellors who have personal experience with recovery, employ person-centred, psychodynamic, psychotherapeutic and CBT approaches.
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Note to attendees
The content in this webinar is prepared for information purposes only. The webinar is not designed as a treatment for individuals experiencing a mental health condition. Nothing in this webinar should be viewed as a substitute for professional advice (including without limitation medical advice).
When asking questions during the webinar that may include clinical references, please make sure that client confidentiality is maintained at all times.
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We are at the forefront of responding to change in the counselling world and our training is current and reflects this. We offer a breadth of predominantly psychodynamic courses with a wealth of clinical expertise and we are proud to be accredited the BACP. Each year we deliver over 30,000 counselling sessions through our charity and NHS work.