AUSTRALIA’S LEADING REHABILITATION CENTRE FOR ALCOHOLISM, DRUG ADDICTION, EATING DISORDERS, TRAUMA AND MENTAL HEALTH
If you or your loved one are struggling to break free of an addiction or mental health condition, Byron Private can provide you with the most effective pathway for restoring a stable and fulfilling life. Our nurturing residential centre is set in the hills of Byron Bay. We offer a 4-6 week program based on extensive international research and proven results that positively change people’s lives for the long term.
Capped at just 10 clients, Byron Private tailors each client’s journey to their individual needs. We have a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, general practitioners, therapists and well-being professionals that specialise in restoring normality in challenging times.
Starting with medically supported detoxification if necessary, our therapists focus on understanding what is causing current behaviours, looking into past traumas, relationship problems, and neurological based issues.
By understanding such causes, clients are empowered to learn new ways to deal with their challenges, instead of turning to destructive habits. The Byron Private therapeutic program is supported with holistic wellbeing including yoga, meditation, equine therapy, massage, fitness classes, acupuncture, morning walks on Byron’s beautiful beaches and delicious meals prepared by our own on-site chef.
Upon completion of the Byron Private 4-6 week program, we offer a longer term transitional program which we call our Transitional Aftercare Program. In this program, people can continue their therapy, practice new life skills, and reintegrate into regular day-to-day life, all under the management and support of the Byron Private team.
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