Your journey out of addiction
• Are you stuck with re-occurring unhelpful habits and patterns?
• Do you find yourself making impulsive decisions?
• Do you regularly feel low, angry and upset?
• Are you fed up with feeling stuck in your life?
You’ve probably tried everything and no matter how positive, dedicated and committed you are, you still aren’t getting the results you want.
It’s time to do something different and the Rediscovery Process could be the answer.
Our experienced practitioners are here to guide and support you throughout every stage of your journey to a new future.
Just call us to have a chat, and you’ll have made your first step of that journey.
We can help with...
- Cocaine and Crack
- Heroin and other opiates
- Crystal Meth
- and other addictions
We approach your addictions and future well being in a completely new and innovative way.
We will teach you how you can use the latest understanding of how your brain pathways are affected by addictions and how to positively affect your choices, health and life.
It’s a training programme, and it teaches you:
- how to interrupt those thoughts that lead you to wanting to use
- how to master the kinds of situations that have got you into trouble in the past
How it works
Based on ideas from Positive Psychology and neuroscience, you’ll learn:
how to recognise the kind of thinking and feelings that has kept you stuck and drive your impulsive decisions to use.
how to break out of those unconscious patterns using new ideas developed from the field of Neuroplasticity.
Neuroplasticity is the brain’s amazing ability to rapidly change how you think and act. Research has shown that simply by using new ways of thinking, old nerve pathways are switched off and replaced by new, more useful, pathways.
The Rediscovery Process show you exactly how to do this so you can get back in charge of you thoughts, desires and life.
MEET OUR TEAM OF EXPERTS
Dr Phil Parker PhD
Author of 4 books on change and research papers on substance use
PhD in the Psychology of Health, specialising in substance use and addictions
University lecturer on addictions
Jude’s mission is helping clients achieve major change in their personal and professional lives.
She is a Master Practitioner in NLP, a Clinical Hypnotherapist (member of the British Institute of Hypnotherapy) and an experienced Coach.
She specialises in all aspects of anxiety and fears.
Research and Success
I was told that it was a life-long illness where I had to attend 12 step meetings for the rest of my life
…this approach it was life enhancing; I was not a failure and there was no longer any shame, and it worked faster than anything I had ever previously experienced in terms of self-help
It was not about just about stopping drinking but giving positive tools in that moment to deal with emotionally challenging events.
It is very helpful at dealing with all or nothing thinking
…. it reminds me there is always a choice
When I took the TRP I was homeless and unemployed, constantly angry which often erupted into violence, and I’d felt worthlessness for so long I got to feel I deserved whatever bad things happened to me.
6 months after TRP and I’m still clean and sober, I’m working now and moving to a new flat this weekend. If TRP works on me, anyone will benefit from it
I really wanted to be off the methadone and clean, but to be honest I was a bit fearful of letting it go, it was a bit like safety net for me.
I was really surprised to find I enjoyed the TRP.
From the first day I noticed changes; it was amazing…
It differed from the 12 Step approach in that it is not a spiritual program.
Instead it concentrates only on the mechanics of the brain and adjusting behaviour that way, through the practical application of a technique taught at the training.
The result for me is amazing as I no longer think or crave or want to drink alcohol
It enables me to relate the short-term action to the long term goal. This was something that had been conspicuously absent from my way of thinking before.
…It enables me to choose my response to triggers.
It’s so much easier to deal with potentially triggering situations than ever before.
Research: The research into the TRP has identified a link between impulsivity, a core factor in substance issues, and flourishing…
Research: RCT into the TRP reports that the TRP significantly reduces alcohol use compared to treatment as usual.
Research: Qualitative study into the TRP found differences between TRP and other approaches.
We are here for you, please do get in contact
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