Let us walk you through a day at Byron Private Treatment Centre
EARLY MORNING BEACH WALK OR SWIM 6.30AM
Start your day with an early morning drive to the beautiful beaches of Byron Bay for a walk or a swim and morning coffee.
DELICIOUS BREAKFAST – 8.00AM
Come back for a nutritious breakfast where you choose from a selection of whole-food meals.
DAILY MORNING MEETING – 9.30AM
All our residents and staff gather for a daily morning meeting to discuss the day’s plans and address any community needs.
MORNING SESSIONS – 10.30AM
Each day varies at Byron Private with morning sessions that consist of either group therapy, individual therapy sessions, acupuncture, interactive educational workshops or an equine-assisted therapy session.
ORGANIC LUNCH – 1PM
A wholesome organic lunch is served daily with space afterwards for rest and relaxation.
AFTERNOON SESSIONS – 2PM
The afternoon sessions include individual therapy sessions, art therapy, individual massage sessions, holistic personal training classes, yoga and a variety of interactive workshops covering topics such as trauma and the body, food and mood, naturopathy, aftercare, relapse prevention and music classes.
ORGANIC DINNER – 5.30PM
A delicious organic, whole-food dinner is served prior to the evening’s activities. Dependant on your needs, these could include 12 Step meetings, meditation groups or game and movie nights. Every night, a guided meditation is held with candles and blankets to ensure a restful night’s sleep.
All clients take part in a Constellation and Byron Katie Intensive workshop with Maria Dolenc. Family Members also join clients to complete an intensive Family Therapy Program facilitated by Byron Private Family Therapist Anna Lloyd.
You can request your preferences for the weekend activities. We offer a range of weekend activities that include trips to the art gallery, local spa and sauna, cinema, kayaking or surf lessons.
Contact us now via the website to find out more about how our drug rehabilitation services program can support you or call our Clinical Director today on 0457 88 890.
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