Ttreatment Is Essential For Addiction & Mental Health

Treatment Is Essential For Addiction & Mental Health

Twin Rivers Rehab-Dual Diagnosis Specialists Whether an addict or not, everyone is ‘recovering from ‘something’ in their lives! Twin Rivers has carefully developed a team of therapists and counsellors who are not just qualified or in training but have a genuine appreciation and understanding of what it takes to assist our clients. All clinical staff[…]

Crisis Creates Opportunity

A Crisis Creates Great Opportunity

  A Great Opportunity arises from Crisis An opportunity not to be missed – Twin Rivers Rehabilitation Centre is offering a 25% discount on its treatment fees as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic! “I’m not telling you it is going to be easy; I’m telling you it’s going to be worth it.” – Anonymous[…]

Rehab is for Winners

Rehab is for Winners

Rehab is for Winners The most common reason for why people fail to achieve long-term sobriety following treatment for addiction is they have the wrong attitude. It isn’t that these individuals are weaker, or somehow less capable, than those who succeed – it is more about their less effective approach to recovery. In order for[…]

Refusing Addiction Treatment Could Be Fatal

Refusing Addiction Treatment Could Be Fatal

Refusing Addiction Treatment Could Be Fatal Even after you have accepted that substance abuse is having a negative impact on your life, you may still feel resistant to the idea of alcohol and drug rehabilitation centres. Maybe you feel your problem isn’t serious enough to warrant this type of help or that you are strong[…]

The Invisible Line Between Addiction and Enabling

The Invisible Line

As an Addiction Counsellor, I am often faced with the challenge of helping families find the invisible line between being supportive to addiction and enabling. The difference can be vast not only in how they affect the addicts’ chances of recovery, but also the family’s own well-being and sanity. What is enabling? Why is it[…]

Dual Diagnosis

Dual Diagnosis: Combined Addiction & Mental Health Disorder

Combined Addiction & Mental Health Disorder It’s fair to say that all human beings have their bad days as well as their good ones. We all experience life in all its glory, and with that brings stress and pressures that make things difficult at times. But those bad times do pass and the good times,[…]

Recovery programme tips that work - Bears Will Kill You!

5 tips in Helping Twin Rivers Recovery Programme work for you!

Recovery programme tips that work The team here at Twin Rivers will be doing everything possible to help you to break free of addiction. We provide you with the right environment, the best resources, and plenty of support, but only you can make this essential transformation happen. The truth is that we cannot guarantee your[…]

Words of wisdom

Five Rehabilitation Myths

Myth 1 Generally, family members think that rehabs are going to ‘cure’ their loved one and often expect this because of the treatment costs. It all seems unfair that as a family you have had to put up with lots of emotional turbulence and yet have to continue putting out addiction related ‘fires’ while loved[…]

Davids Mother Katie

Dedicated to my Mother Katie who Died 11th May 2015.

On the 6th July 2015 I celebrated 20 years recovery from drugs, alcohol, gambling and codependency. I wrote a dedication to my mother Katie who I am proud to say witnessed and experienced over 19 years of my recovery! I phoned my mother on mother’s day (South Africa) to be told that Katie had been[…]