We use TC Concepts as part of a Recovery Care Plan, for example
Our recovery programme is a staged progression enabling clients to take on increased levels of responsibility for the running of the community, learning, acquiring new skills and understanding about ‘right living’, improving in confidence and self-esteem and building recovery capital.
Once a client has secured full-time employment they move into our recovery move on accommodation on site supported by our Aftercare team until they find suitable safe and affordable accommodation and move out with a peer(s). Our Aftercare team organise, activities, events together with our recovery community in and around Oxfordshire as well as encourage hobbies. Experience has shown us that moving out with a peer(s) significantly reduces relapse.
- Emotional and behavioural problems, which link to substance misuse and relapse.
- Developing insight into the origins of our emotions, attitudes and behaviour and how they link to drug/alcohol relapse, risk behaviour and re-offending.
- Reducing impulsive behaviours, including violent, destructive or self-destructive acts to manage relapse.
- Managing strong negative emotions such as anger and achieving behavioural control.
- Handling interpersonal conflict and developing skills in interacting appropriately with others.
- Confidence building.
- Parenting skills.
- Therapeutic interventions i.e. TC Concepts, CBT, MI, Node mapping, Outcome Star.
- Engagement in a range of voluntary work opportunities (secondary care).
- Accredited education courses in partnership with Ruskin College, Oxford.
- Life skills.
- Budgetary skills.
- Understanding positive relationships.
- Health and well-being choice and control.
- Understanding and belief in an abstinence pathway to recovery.
- Preparation for employment CV writing and interview techniques.
- Preparation for independent living, budgeting, housing management, developing support systems and peer networks.
- Relapse prevention – substances and offending.
- Reintegration into the wider community.