Help for family and friends
HELP FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS
If you are a family member or a friend of a person suffering with addiction, you will already know that addiction has far-reaching consequences for those closest to the person. If you feel your loved one is reaching the stage where they may be ready to embrace help then call us today on 493 829 380 and we can share information about the nurturing environment that we can offer to assist them on their journey into recovery.
If your loved one attends the therapeutic programme at Bali Beginnings, we will seek to involve you in the process with regular updates and invitations to take part in therapeutic activities. This includes supporting you to write a letter expressing the impact of their addiction on you, which often serves as a powerful motivator for change.
Our clinical psychologists also offer the opportunity to involve loved ones in a joint psychotherapy sessions to address common relational issues that arise in the context of active addiction, such as trust, communication, codependency and boundaries. These joint therapy sessions can be held face-to-face at Bali Beginnings or virtually, using an online platform such as Skype.
If you would like to find out more about how to support your loved one or how to access support yourself, then you may find it useful to explore Al-Anon and Nar-Anon. These organisations provide support to the loved ones of those suffering with addiction, which includes answering common questions, providing opportunities to learn from the experience of others who have faced similar problems and attending local support groups.
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CONTACT OUR CARING TEAM TODAY FOR A NON-JUDGEMENTAL DISCUSSION ABOUT YOUR SUBSTANCE USE AND HOW WE CAN EMPOWER YOU TO BUILD A LIFE IN RECOVERY
FROM SOME OF OUR VERY OWN TEAM MEMBERS...
Howard, our founder and grateful alcoholic came back from the brink of despair in a joyous story of recovery and reconciliation with family, with friends, with life.
Gary, our development director shares his experience with recovering addicts. This video shot a few years back shows Gary fresh out of rehab, and at the beginning of his amazing recovery.