ABOUT REHABIT ADDICTION RECOVERY
Rehabit Addiction Recovery offer one-to-one and group therapeutic programs online, via Zoom or Microsoft Teams. We believe the benefit of developing recovery skills online means that people can have the therapy sessions from their own home and work through triggers, stresses, and cravings within their own environment. Our team of professionals are fully licensed and fully insured counselling therapists and psychotherapists, who have worked within many different mental health facilities over the years. We pride ourselves on creating engaging, informative, and structured programs for our clients to overcome their addictions.
Prices from: £15 - £70 per session
Below are some of the most common additions we work with:
All drugs, including prescription medication
Alcohol (advice and information given on safe reduction/detox, medical interventions are not available at Rehabit Addiction Recovery)
Sex & Pornography
Any behaviour that you find destructive, or addictive can be addressed within our programs. Our aim is for our clients to live life on life’s terms, rebuilding confidence and self-esteem is all part of the program.
Why choose Rehabit Addiction Recovery?
Online rehab treatment for a range of addictions
Virtual treatment programs you can be a part of from your own home
Choose to work with a one-to-one program or group sessions
Professional and accredited counsellors and therapists to guide you
Competitive and affordable prices
Comprehensive recovery programs that are available across the UK
Therapy and counselling for addiction, stress, anxiety and more
Addiction recovery – bespoke and designed to suit you and your needs
Working with all age groups
ABOUT PAUL HOWES
REHABIT ADDICTION RECOVERY
DIRECTOR AND OWNER
The way people interact and react with all elements of life has interested me from an early age. Living well and contented, versus a life of unhappiness and trying to understand this led me to working in the field of addiction.
Since 2007 I have dedicated most of my time to working with those who suffer from addictions and their families. This has been in a variety of settings including GP surgeries, mental health trusts and voluntary and charitable sectors. My initial Counselling qualification led to numerous other trainings linked to additions. Listed below are some of the interventions I use within my work:
• Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
• Motivational Interviewing (MI)
• Solution Focussed Therapy
• Person Centred Counselling
• Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
• Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
There is no ‘one size fits all’ approach to treating addiction, this is why a one-to-one tailored approach using a combination of the above listed types of interventions can be so effective. Approaches to treatment may have varied over time, however the fundamental principles stay the same. Those suffering with addiction primarily want to be listened to and to be understood with an element of compassion, to feel connected and to develop a level of personal insight, ultimately leading to developing the skills to live free from their addiction.
By working collaboratively, building a new life and recovery from addiction is possible. Sowing seeds of self-belief is the start of the process. Often, low self-esteem and lack of confidence, shame and guilt can hold people in their addictive behaviour.
“We are only limited by our own beliefs”
It is worth noting that addiction does not discriminate between age, gender, race or how affluent a person is, it can happen to anyone at any time when circumstances conspire to lead someone down that path. Our goal is to help find the way back to a better life free of addition, no matter who someone is or the circumstances they find themselves in, there are always solutions and tools available to support the recovery and the path to a new life
Prices from: £15 - £70 per session
‘’I have worked in this field for over 15 years in various areas, within mental health hospitals, GP surgeries and charitable organisations. I am a designer of online programs. I am also a supervisor and a trainer for a bereavement support charity called Cruse Bereavement Care.’’