Mental health counsellor professionals who have years of experience dealing with a vast array of psychological issues, substance-use problems, process addictions, behavioural disorders and more.
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Recovery Direct has a multi-disciplinary panel of expert mental health professionals who have years of experience dealing with a vast array of psychological issues, substance-use problems, process addictions, behavioural disorders and more. We recognise that trauma is a complex manifestation of distressing emotions and painful memories and the counselling process is integral to uncovering these layers in order to identify the root cause(s) and provide appropriate intervention. For psychological change to take place, clients need at least two therapy sessions a day.
Many of our staff at Recovery Direct have either experienced or been exposed to addiction themselves; as such, their insight comes from a place of wisdom and deep empathy. Borrowing from therapeutic paradigms such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and Person-Centred Therapy (to name a few), counsellors provide an intensive process directed towards improving the quality of their client’s life and promoting mental, social and emotional wellbeing. At Recovery Direct, our counsellors are equipped with the training, knowledge and skills to identify how trauma, emotion, cognition, motivation, personality and social factors predispose individuals to develop dysfunctional behaviours.Speak To A Online Drug Addiction Counselor.
Individual counselling for drug addictions has proven to be one of the most effective ways to combat addictions and for clients to sustain their lasting sobriety and meaningful personal growth. Many people think that substances are the core of the addiction problem. However, substances are very often a temporary solution or coping mechanism used by the person to cope with deeper issues that exist in their emotional wellbeing. These emotional layers form over time and may need to be addressed through more focused talk therapy or addiction counselling.