Our Addiction Programme Values Support Networks
Strong support networks of family, friends and colleagues are crucial to successful recovery during and after treatment. Our residential family programme harnesses and develops the support of all those who are involved in the lives of an addicted person. This gives patients the best possible chance of staying sober after they leave treatment. Our programme is open to anyone who feels they may benefit from it, whether or not they have a family member in treatment at Castle Craig.
Supporting Family & Friends
Addiction has a highly detrimental impact upon the families and friends. This programme helps those close to addiction cope with feelings of anxiety, shame and anger and helps them learn how to rebuild damaged relationships. Participants learn about the disease of addiction and how to communicate with and help the addicted person.
More About the 2-Day Programme
Over two days participants take part in lectures, group therapy, group discussions and hear talks from invited speakers. Our Chief Executive has supervised family programmes for more than 30 years and many staff have themselves supported a loved one in recovery.
Family Programme Dates 2017 /18 (Saturday-Sunday)
- Programmes will run subject to sufficient numbers; you should note your interest with Lucy Douglas at Castle Craig, on: +44 (0) 1721 725605, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Scheduled dates for 2018 are:
- 27th & 28th January 2018
- 17th & 18th March 2018
- 19th & 20th May 2018
- 18th & 19th August 2018
- 3rd & 4th November 2018
Cost: £190/€235 (includes 2 nights’ accommodation and all meals)
Venue: The Conference Room of Castle Craig, with accommodation in the Gatehouse Lodges.
Facilitator: Lee Taylor
Please confirm your booking at least 28 days in advance of the actual date.
For more information please contact Lucy Douglas.