This Program Has Equipped Me With a Unique Toolkit…

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The Narconon Program is a holistic approach to drug and alcohol rehabilitation. This means that the problem of addiction is tackled by using a variety of tools and counselling steps to treat the whole person and the social and mental factors that can contribute to addiction. It is more than just abstinence from the problem. The program is designed to help the individual recognise the problems he or she is really experiencing in life, to get to the heart of why the drug or alcohol addiction has developed.

Some people have trouble coping in life and drugs become a simple way to remove themselves, for just a moment, from their problems. This could mean that they have trouble communicating with confidence or are struggling to find their place in the world. It may be that the person has faced many tragedies and losses or has survived traumatic events. It is so invaluable to get help to recognise and reveal these initial problems so that the cause of one’s addictions can be isolated and resolved.

Here is one person’s summary of what he gained from the program:

“This program has equipped me with a unique toolkit to handle the confusions of life.”

This program has equipped me with a unique toolkit to handle the confusions of life. I entered the program a disorientated, anxious, chronic drug user. Now with a clear and present mindset as well as the residual effects of past drug use flushed from my body, I leave here with the confidence and ability to control not only myself but my environment, too.

D.C., 7th June 2018


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.