The Living Room seeks to ensure that needs of those people accessing our services are met. We operate a policy of open-ended treatment which is person focused. The length of time needed to achieve recovery is individual. The journey and goals are agreed between the person using our service and their allocated key worker.
We have developed a range of services to support adults suffering with the illness of addiction and their family members and carers.
Clients suffering with addictions of any kind, are encouraged to join our daily group counselling sessions and afternoon workshops. These take place at our Stevenage and St Albans treatment centres.Read more
If your life has been impacted by the addiction of a loved one, then we can help you to regain some normality in your life. The Living Room runs weekly specialist counselling groups for family members and carers of those suffering with addiction.Read more
Our Stevenage crèche provides free early years care, enabling parents to access treatment for their addictions and support to help improve their parenting skills and relationships with their children.Read more
The Living Room provides specialist counselling treatment to clients suffering with eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia and overeating. Counselling sessions are facilitated by our specialist eating disorder counsellor and operate weekly from our St Albans centreRead more
The Living Room has partnered with Family Lives to provide a bi-weekly parenting and family relationships workshop at our St Albans centre.Read more
The Living Room provides weekly counselling and workshops for clients whose feelings of infatuation or sexual longing have become obsessive and whose behaviour has become a compulsive problem.Read more
The Living Room's outreach project in Watford provides specialist drug and alcohol addiction treatment to over 50s.Read more
The Living Room has teamed up with a Stevenage-based women's refuge centre to help women who are victims of domestic abuse break the cycle of violence committed against them.Read more