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Overview

Many individuals with substance abuse do not recognize their own negative patterns of using substances. They may even have ambivalent feelings regarding getting treatment for recovery. Also, addiction can be their means of coping with other negative emotions and/or mental health conditions. Counselling can help address all these – from identifying the negative thought and behavioural patterns that contributes to the person’s addiction, helping the person gain insight into the negative impact that their addiction has on their physiology and other aspects of their lives, learning to deal with life stressors without resorting to substances, and enhancing their motivation towards complete recovery. The process of addiction recovery doesn’t stop at having recovered once. As it is a chronic condition, there are always chances of the person relapsing back. Moreover, counselling can be crucial in helping the person anticipate and make plans in advance to deal with their triggers and maintain their recovery.

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How effective is Counselling for Addiction?

Counselling is effective in helping an individual with addiction work towards overcoming it, reduce their chances of relapse, and maintain their recovery.

What are the benefits of Counselling for Addiction?

A counsellor can help a person with addiction increase their awareness about what caused them to engage in their addiction, the negative thoughts and behaviours associated with and that contribute to their addiction, learn healthy coping skills, learn to identify and manage their potential triggers, as well as create a tailored treatment plan to maintain long-term sobriety.

How many numbers of sessions are required? 

The number of counseling sessions required differs for each individual with addiction.