Individual Counselling

The Program provides one to one counselling session with the expertise where the patient is in a relaxed and comfortable environment. It helps one to become aware of the problem, acknowledge it and work on it. The program is custom made for individual need. A counsellor is appointed for the patient upon admission who takes regular one on one sessions, and helps him identify the character defects, which can be lack of life skills, management of emotions and feelings etc., due to which the individual finds it difficult to remain sober and is not able to deal with the substance and consequently relapses. The counsellor gives tools to deal with day-to- day anxieties.


                                  Family Counselling

The Program includes a treatment approach that involves the family with better engagement. It increases higher rates of success and aftercare participation. The inevitable gap which is formed between the patient and his family during addiction is bridged with the vital medium of family counselling. The main benefits of family counselling include-

  • Improved mental and physical state of the entire family unit.

  • Family members to gain self-care interventions to improve their own wellbeing.

  • Improving communication and relationship quality.

  • Addresses co-dependent behavior.

  • Preventing the substance use from spreading throughout the family or down through future generations.

Family counselling accomplishes the above by emphasizing their role and drawing out their strength and diminishing the influence of substance use for all members.


                                       Group Counselling

Group therapy gives recovering addicts the opportunity to learn new coping techniques, communication well with others, and gain hope and strength from their peers. For many addicts, their interpersonal relations have been reduced. 

In group therapy, they meet people like themselves who are facing the same struggles with substance abuse. Many profound friendships are formed in group therapy, where addicts learn how to develop trust and sober relationships with others. 

Group therapy provides a safe, supportive environment where clients can discuss painful memories and emotions, celebrate their successes, and share their failures in recovery. These sessions reinforce one of the most important messages of rehab: that no matter what, the client is not alone in his or her experiences with addiction.