How Can You Help
We know that time is valuable and we appreciate every second a volunteer is able to provide to ARC.
There are many areas of the organisation that often benefit from volunteer input, such as driving clients to appointments and meetings and being available to support in early recovery. If you are interested in Volunteering, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +66871459655.
We are always looking to work in partnership with other businesses and organisations. Addiction touches many lives and can have devastating consequences. Supporting us couldn’t be easier. we would be only too happy to discuss this with you. If you would like to find out more, please contact us email@example.com or telephone +66871459655.
During the second stage of treatment, patients receive dedicated therapy to help them to understand and resolve the emotion roots of addiction.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is used alongside conventional psychotherapy and participation in the 12 step recovery program.
Addiction usually follows an emotional basis. In order to minimise the chance of a patient experiencing relapse, it is essential to educate emotionally and to learn new strategies to overcoming life challenges.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps the patient to deal with stress in a healthy manner and keep his or her addiction under control. The psychotherapy portion of treatment often carries over to the outpatient phase following the end of a period of inpatient rehabilitation.