More Gains Than Years of Therapy Could Ever Achieve

Man watching sunset after recovery from drugs. Soberlife.

Have you ever experienced talking to someone and they just don’t seem there with you? They seem to be thinking about other things or not comfortable. Perhaps they are fidgeting around or starting new conversations that are not relevant to what is being said. We find that when people have used drugs they are not present in their environment. They seem to be anywhere but in the moment.

To help someone recover from drug or alcohol addiction it is important to address this thoroughly so they can manage life more effectively.

On our program, we have a course that addresses attention. It is a series of counselling techniques that are designed to bring a person’s attention off their past and into the present.

Here is a recent testimonial from a student on this phase of the program:

The Objectives Course gave me more gains than years of therapy could ever achieve.
I came to more realisations about myself in the past few weeks which helped me to better understand life and how to navigate myself without any confusion.
I feel more oriented and more confident in my ability to control not only myself but my environment, too. 

Christine Bauer

Christine is the Dissemination Secretary at Narconon Melbourne, Australia. She is also a graduate of the program and has been free of drugs for 11 years.