ADDICTION TREATMENT AND COUNSELLING SERVICES BRISBANE

D&M Consultants in Brisbane offers personalised services that help change addictive behaviour patterns and develop resilience when facing challenging personal issues.

THE REFRAME YOUR LIFE PROGRAM

40 Hours of Drug & Alcohol Treatment

The REFRAME YOUR LIFE program is an integrative biopsychosocial therapeutic approach informed by evidence and best practice from the fields of motivational interviewing, psychotherapy and case management. Our signature program is offered at a medium level of intensity to address the needs of criminal and family court clients.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

36 hours of drug and alcohol treatment in 12 x 3 hour weekly micro-group sessions.

4 personalised one-on-one sessions including intake and assessment, orientation, mid-program assessment and aftercare planning

Journal, worksheets and folder for program materials

Treatment Report for Court (additional cost)

Start Date: Rolling Date – please email…  ask@dmconsultants.com.au

The program is located at: 526 Ipswich Rd, Annerley, Queensland.

PROGRAM FEES

OPTION 1: Payment up front (at Intake) = $3520

OPTION 2: Weekly direct debit payments via Ezypay = $220 per week x 16 weeks

*** First weekly payment deducted 7 days prior to intake interview

Where required we can also provide additional services at an added cost:

Individual Counselling $180/hr

Report (for court) $800

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Counselling $180/hr

Available to clients waiting for group to start, for family members and for post-group aftercare support (discounts available for non-waged clients).

Report (for court) starting at $800

For clients who require it, we can provide either a brief or an in-depth report for family or criminal court. We require pathology tests such as hair follicle and CDT to be undertaken at intervals during the program. The tests will be important evidence and will be utilised in the final report by D&M.

Why do D&M focus on ‘high functioning’ addicts for its services?

Why do we (D&M) use the term ‘addict’ and ‘addiction’?

How children are impacted by parents who misuse substances

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