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Welcome to TRP – The Rediscovery Process Research Trial- UK

Maybe you’ve noticed you’re opening a bottle of wine EVERY night, or have started to rely on drugs or alcohol to get you through the day? Whichever one it is – we can help…

We’ve been researching into some tools that have really helped others to kick their habits, or reduced their level of use, as part of a London Metropolitan University School of Psychology Research programme, for

Mild issues with drugs and alcohol

More severe issues with drugs and alcohol


Quantitative randomised controlled cohort study and qualitative study due to be published 2018


If you are interested in taking the TRP seminars please use this form to contact us

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Here’s some basic details about the seminars and project.

TRP is a groundbreakingly different approach to recovery from drug and alcohol overuse/misuse/abuse or addictions.

It’s a training programme that provides an alternative to the existing approaches, by helping you REDISCOVER how to get CHOICE back in your life. It is simple to understand, engaging and life changing.

At the London Metropolitan University School of Psychology we are researching into some tools that have really helped others to leave their habits behind, or reduced their level of use.


Issues worked with

Our experienced team of practitioners have helped others get out of the trap of

  • Alcohol
  • Cocaine and Crack
  • Heroin and other opiates
  • Cannabis
  • MDMA
  • Crystal Meth

and other habits and addictions and will guide and support you throughout every stage of your journey to a new future.

The Research Project

Following the promising results of the TRP pilot study a new major piece of research, a RCT, into the efficacy of TRP on sustained abstinence has received ethical approval and is currently being delivered in conjunction with London Metropolitan University, SHP in London, the Phil Parker group in London, Bristol and Bath, and Cadas in Cumbria.

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We’re currently looking for additional drug services to take part in the RCT  if you think you could help us with that please get in touch.

  • Research is valuable…

    it means we can provide free seminars to you and at the same time you'll be helping us understand more about what it takes to make change