For family members and friends of the addicted, a crisis intervention is a means of bringing about an immediate, but highly controlled crisis for the affected in a family setting. Together, our clinical intervention team will go through the entire process.


Before fully engaging in the Primary programme at Charterhouse, many clients will require to take part in our Detox programme. This is conducted in-house under strict clinical and psychiatric supervision.


Primary residential treatment at Charterhouse is recommended for a minimum of 90 days, so that our clients can make maximum benefit of their Recovery Capital.


One to one therapy is an opportunity for clients to explore thoughts and feelings with a member of our clinical team. Clients use the space to explore past difficulties which may be impacting them, and to develop ways to manage life drug and alcohol free.


Group therapy is a safe space for our clients to learn about addiction and how it impacts them and their interactions with others. It is facilitated by two staff from the therapeutic clinical team who provide guidance and support.


Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. Yoga practice is beneficial for blood pressure, heart disease, aches and pains, and can reduce depression and relieve stress.


Tai Chi, which combines deep breathing and relaxation with slow, gentle movements, was originally developed as a martial art in 13th-century China. It is known to reduce stress and have numerous health benefits so can be extremely beneficial in recovery from addictions.


Moving meditation is a dance of the soul. The method is a complete cathartic release for our pent up emotions and our frustrations and addictions, it’s a journey into the depths of mother earth and an uncovering and acceptance of our true selves.


Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is a therapeutic approach that facilitates a level of emotional and psychological healing through the bond and connection between human and horse.