Benefits of Home Recovery
AffordableJust $1,490 for an initial counselor's assessment, daily group sessions, activities and weekly 1-to-1 counseling.
ConfidentialProtecting your anonymity is of utmost importance to us. Nobody will know you are in rehab for addiction.
ConvenientRehab that works wherever you are, whatever you are doing - all you need is access to the internet.
FlexibleMinimal disruptions from daily commitments, no time-out. Don't worry about absence from work, family or pets.
Easy to UseTreatment is just a click away. Recovery has never been easier. Simply sign up and start your journey to recovery today.
ProfessionalWe provide a full assessment to get you started on our therapist-led program. From start to finish you are in great hands.
How It Works
The Online Rehab is a truely pioneering program offering you professional and web-enabled addiction therapy. Our 28-day online rehab program is the first to offer a fully comprehensive recovery program on a global scale.
Admitting addiction and seeking help are incredible hurdles to overcome but no one ever mentions the logistical nightmares that arise when entering a rehab facility. Organizing childcare and/or pet care can be especially difficult and extremely costly if you do not have a support network.
One of the luxuries we provide is affordability. Development in technology enables us to provide the kind of therapy you would receive in a private rehabilitation clinic but at a substantially reduced rate.
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Our 28-day online rehab program was designed by clinical director Dr. Michelle Zandvoort, a well-respected counseling psychologist.
As you go through the program, you will learn lots of things about yourself. You will discover neglected issues and primary motivations behind your behaviors – an essential part of overcoming addiction and regaining control.
The program addresses the following areas:
Myths and misconceptions about drink and drugs, your life story, the nature of change, how addiction works, how substances work in your brain and body, the damage that substances can do, the function that substance use serves, why we experience cravings, types of vulnerability to addiction, relationships, values and goals, coming up with better things to do than using, what happens when we slip up, what situations risk our recovery, dealing with triggers and cues to relapse, developing a healthy support network, the importance of accepting responsibility, the damage that stress can do, how to change the way we think to avoid stress, problem solving, identifying and dealing powerful emotions, the use of medication as a coping skill, mindfulness, cravings and coping skills, ways to manage and attempt to prevent slips and relapses – including a personal relapse management plan.
Your program commences with a clinical assessment, followed by daily video group meetings and weekly 1-to1 counseling sessions.
We operate a rolling program, which means there is no need to wait for the next intake to start.
The program was designed for maximum flexibility and with our evening sessions available throughout the program, it won’t interfere with your daytime commitments.
We are passionate about recovery. As well as highly qualified, many of us are “experts by experience” and in recovery ourselves.
Our team members have worked in all areas of the addiction treatment field, ranging from residential rehab, intensive outpatient and long term supportive housing programs.
The clinical team consists of psychologists, psychotherapists, counselors and coaches with vast experiences within the field of substance abuse and the wider mental health arena. They are highly experienced in writing individualized patient care plans.
We are using state-of-the-art video conferencing software, which requires no technical ability from you at all.
The experience that you will have is very similar to being in a physical group environment. You will be able to clearly hear and see your peers and counselor.
Safeguarding your security is a top priority for us.
All our data is securely kept in the cloud run by Amazon Web Services in the USA.
The programs’ web traffic going in and out of the data center is encrypted using HTTPS.
Meckenzie WarringtonI.C.A.D.CDrug & Alcohol Counselor/Therapist
I aspire to help those, just like those who have helped me. If I can contribute to being someones change agent, then I have done what is near and dear to my heart- helping others. It is important for me to connect with the individuals I work with, to build positive relationships, work through difficult situations and help create a brighter future. This comes from meeting with each individual at their level, exploring their unique history, and really listening to what that individual wants; while challenging them to grow and be open to new possibilities.
Sophie SolminiICADCDrug & Alcohol Counselor/Therapist
I am a wellness coach, who excels at supporting people with substance abuse issues and unhealthy coping behaviors. I help them redefine their relationships with alcohol, drugs, or toxic behaviors. My purpose has always been and still is to guide and support you so that you are free of shame and guilt. I want you to live a life that is fully and authentically you. I help you find your true voice.
Sheena ShiltonRP, CAC IIDrug & Alcohol Counselor/Therapist
The goals of Shilton Therapy are to help to achieve a common goal in relationships, work, mental health, addictions and the impact of these in daily life. Shilton Therapy is committed to helping achieve a balance in daily life, with overcoming hardships and unforeseen circumstances, through a therapeutic process. The work explored in sessions involves aiding individuals in solving their real-life problems and teaching them to modify their distorted thinking, dysfunctional behavior, and distressing affect. Shilton Therapy treatments are on the basis of a motivational formulation of clients’ concerns and an ongoing individualized cognitive conceptualization of clients and their difficulties. A developmental framework is used to understand how life events and experiences led to the development of core beliefs, underlying assumptions, and coping strategies, particularly in clients with mental health concerns and addictions.
I have been working in mental health and addiction for over 10 years. The struggles that MH and addictions provide for individuals and families is overwhelming; to see the change and growth all can do is the enjoyment of this profession.
Jim LaPierreLCSW, CCSClinical Social Worker/Therapist
Hi! I'm Jim - I'm a mental health therapist, addictions counselor, and Recovery Ally. I'm passionate about Recovery whether from addictions, trauma, family of origin, or past abuse. I do a small amount of online counseling (if you're very flexible in scheduling). Most of my time is spent growing my clinic in Brewer, Maine. We pride ourselves in being a resource Please feel free to email questions or concerns to: email@example.com
My story is I'm forever a work in progress and I love connecting with REAL people who are doing great things. I'm blessed to be making a living doing something I love. I'm a proud dad and the luckiest husband ever. I'm an aspiring author - check out my recovery blog at: http://recoveryrocks.bangordailynews.com/ Thanks! Jim
William AndersonMA, LMHCCounselor/Therapist
My professional mission has a focus of helping the individual conquer their overweight and obesity problem, and helping the world reverse the obesity epidemic. I am uniquely qualified in this field because of my professional training and experience in counseling, psychotherapy and behavioral therapy, but more so because of my personal experience. I suffered 25 years of chronic obesity and weight loss failure, and then discovered the solution, Therapeutic Psychogenics, finally losing 140 lbs. permanently, and have maintained my ideal body weight and excellent health easily since 1985. I have been training others in these successful methods and writing about them for over 25 years.
I’m a licensed psychotherapist who grew up overweight and obese, the fattest kid in school as a child and over 320 lbs. as an adult. After twenty-five years of failing at diets and exercise, I discovered a unique method for permanent weight loss based on principles I studied in psychotherapy and addictions. I call these techniques Therapeutic Psychogenics, and I call my program The Anderson Method. I’ve helped thousands to succeed with weight control with my program, I now train other therapists in these methods, and I’ve written a book about it, also called The Anderson Method. I have a private practice in Sarasota, Florida, and a website, you guessed it, www.TheAndersonMethod.com .
Penny BellMaster of Counselling, Grad Dip Counselling, Adv. Dip. Counselling & Family Therapy, MACACounselor/Therapist
I am a counsellor working in private practice, and I also train budding counsellors at Diploma level in a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). My specialty is working with adults who have experienced childhood trauma and attachment difficulties, and a person's sense of self and identity. I also enjoy working with individuals, couples and families toward finding inner resources that can create and sustain positive change. I am also a registered supervisor.
I have been counselling for over 11 years now, and for the past 5 years have been training and supervising counsellors. I'm married with 4 adult children and 5 grandchildren. I live by the sea and love walking along the beach in the afternoons.
Jeannie CameronMS, NCC, LMHC, CAPCounselor/Therapist
I have extensive experience in treating, the myriad of mental hwalth and substance abuse/addiction. I've sought awareness in many of the world religions and philosophies along with my studies. Having lived as a single mother of three sons, who are now men, my life is a tapestry of experiences, spiritually driven with noble aspirations. Working with individuals and families that experience mental health and substance use issues is my work.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Addiction Professional Working with adolescents, adults, families and couples in the Naples, Bonita, Estero and Ft. Myers FL area.
Dr. Richard SchultzPh.D.Psychologist
I am a clinical psychologist in private practice in Atlanta, GA.
My goal as a psychotherapist is to provide patients with a safe, growth-oriented environment in which they can learn to better face life's challenges, strengthen their relationships with themselves and others, and leverage more of their full potential. My style as a therapist is more interactive and direct than neutral, and I work hard to help my patients progress toward their goals as quickly as possible. I believe that healing and growth takes place in the context of a strong therapeutic relationship, and I pay close attention to this aspect of my work. I employ a variety of tools and techniques to help my patients attain their therapeutic goals, and actively tailor the treatment approach to suit the needs of my patients. I also emphasize treatment methods that are supported by the latest research findings, as appropriate. I maintain a great respect for individual differences, and welcome the opportunity to work with clients of diverse races, religious and ethnic backgrounds, and sexual orientations. With regard to technique, I most commonly operate from Object Relations and Cognitive-Behavioral perspectives. Don't worry, you are not expected to already know what these terms mean! I will summarize these concepts for you below. Very simply put, however, I utilize these two approaches to 1) help you understand how you got to where you are, and 2) help you make desired changes.