One to One
Talking on a one-to-one basis, with someone who understands, you learn tools and steps to change your life and stay away from alcohol.
This session is for yourself and your loved one, this can be your partner or a family member. Working through the issues that arise in recovery with your loved ones is so important.
The Family Sessions are designed to assist clients, family members, and significant others in developing a greater understanding of the disease of alcoholism. This includes a Q and A session. We work with clients and their families in a safe, caring, confidential way.
CBT abd ACT
The Freedom Room offers both CBT and ACT as part of the ongoing work we do with our clients.
Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is a form of talking therapy that can be used to treat people with a wide range of mental health challenges. CBT is based on the idea that how we think (cognition), how we feel (emotion) and how we act (behaviour) all interact together.
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) focuses on helping clients to behave more consistently with their own values and apply mindfulness and acceptance skills to their responses to uncontrollable experiences.
Twelve-Step Facilitation (TSF)
(TSF) treatments are a set of semi-structured therapies designed to help people abstain from alcohol and other drugs by systematically linking them to, and encouraging their active participation in, community-based 12-step mutual-help organizations, like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
Level of support to meet your needs
Everyone’s program is different, tailor-made for each individual, based on your needs, time, work schedule, family schedule, and desire to get well. Assessment to be taken at the first appointment.
When it is time to decide on which rehabilitation facility is best for you, The Freedom Room can assist you with finding the right service for you, support you with your admission and even take you to the rehabilitation facility on the day of admission. We know how difficult this experience can be.
When you come home from rehabilitation, we recommend setting up a network. Addictions must be faced on a daily basis. Think of recovery not as a final destination, but a journey with the potential for missteps. Creating a safety net is key to your continued sobriety.
Alcoholism is a chronic disease, and you need a long-term plan to stay sober. People who struggle with alcoholism should treat their disorder like any other chronic disease. If you stop treating it, you will relapse. Relapse prevention is a plan to stay sober after our sessions.
Alcohol risk minimization
If you are not ready to stop drinking, we can help you draw up a plan to reduce your risks when drinking alcohol.
Private and confidential location
The office is very discreet and welcomes children, should you need to bring them along. We can also meet you in a public location of your choice (distance permitting).
- Flexible session times
- Zoom appointments available
- Very reasonable rates
- Support before and after rehab or detox
- Non-judgmental and very understanding
Group Recovery Meetings
These meetings will be held twice a week, with one meeting face to face and the other an online meeting. These meetings are to support people in recovery and are exclusively accessible to The Freedom Room clients.
The Freedom Room Workshops have been designed to help guide you through your self-compassion, mindfulness, positivity and gratitude journey, to further support your self-growth.