This Program Has Equipped Me With a Unique Toolkit…
The Narconon Program is a long-term residential rehabilitation centre. The program treats the whole of the person which means we don’t just get the person off drugs or alcohol, we help them to get to the heart of why they started using in the first place. Here is one man’s testimonial about what he gained from the program.
More Gains Than Years of Therapy Could Ever Achieve
Our program helps to rehabilitate a person and their ability to deal with life more effectively in work, relationships and communication amongst others. In one area of the program we help a person to be more in control of their life by helping them to become more present through a series of counselling techniques. Here is some more information.
Tools to Handle Any Situation
Our drug and alcohol rehabilitation program helps our students to rebulid relationships that have been damaged due to drug and alcohol abuse. Here is a recent success story from this important phase of the Narconon Program.
My Body Rid Itself of the Residual Effects Of Drugs
The New The New Life Detoxification is one of the things that makes the Narconon Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Program so unique. To get a chance to fully rehabilitate emotionally it is important to address the toxins that drug and alcohol can leave behind in the body. Here is some more information about this vital step.
Anger Has Left Me…
Have you ever felt the after effects of a big weekend? Perhaps you ate too much sugar, fatty foods, drank too much alcohol. How do you feel in the coming hours or days when your ’coming down’? Groggy, lethargic, even depressed if hungover.
Good Guys and Bad Guys
At our drug and alcohol rehabilitation program we help by educating our students on life skills. One of the most important skills is to be able to determine how to evaluate who true friends are v’s someone that may be putting you down. Find out more.
To Medicate or Not to Medicate?
Most often people undergoing a drug and alcohol withdrawal will be given medication to allegedly make the withdrawal from drugs easier. Usually a combination of valium, sleepers and sometimes clonodine is administered through the day at a withdrawal clinic.
The Hardest Obstacle to Get Anyone Off Drugs
The hardest obstacle to get anyone off drugs is convincing them that taking drugs is wrong or bad for them. No one wants to be ’wrong’ and besides, how can something that makes you feel so good, be wrong?