The Central London Addiction Treatment Clinic of Serenity Health offers expert addiction treatment, advice and support for individuals suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction and process addictions. Their clinic located near the world famous Harley Street offers a safe environment for patients to recover physically, mentally and spiritually from their illness.
The range of treatments on offer includes:
The Central London Addiction Treatment Clinic tailors every treatment programme for each individual client, aiming to treat the causes of addiction alongside the symptoms. With a heavy emphasis on minimalizing of stress, treatments are conducted in an environment that is calm, relaxing and comfortable.
Bespoke family programmes are also incorporated into an individual’s therapy, as Serenity Health strongly believes that friends and family are essential in the recovery process of addiction. These programmes include educational sessions, therapy sessions and experiential/expressive therapies.
A comprehensive range of medical treatments are available for patients at the Central London Addiction Treatment Clinic. Carefully constructed treatment programmes are individually selected following assessments before and after admission, and presented to the patient so that they can agree to the programme.
Treatment services include:
Using a unique A.C.T model of treatment for addiction, the Central London Addiction Treatment Clinic recognises addiction as an illness. The A.C.T model allows specialists at the clinic to treat the causes of addiction alongside the symptoms.
Fully trained and qualified medical staff carry out each treatment at the Central London Addiction Treatment Clinic, maintaining the highest standard of care. Care is available 24 hours a day, and ensures that all needs are met efficiently and sensitively.
Patients are advised to stay in a therapeutic treatment programme for a minimum of 4 weeks, although research shows that 60-90 day procedures produce the most effective long-lasting benefits, and the greatest chance of long-term recovery.