Bushypark Addiction Treatment Service provides assessment and consultation services wherein a client, accompanied by a concerned person or family member, will meet with a professional counsellor to assess the level and impact of their substance mis-use or...
Bushypark Addiction Treatment Service
Supporting people impacted by addiction to attain recovery
For over thirty years, Bushypark Addiction Treatment Service has provided supports for individuals and family members dealing with alcohol, drugs (both illicit and prescribed), gambling, and other forms of behavioural addictions. Bushypark offers a diverse range of professional services that are delivered both in the community and in residential-based settings.
A main element of our work is our 28-day residential programme. This comprehensive programme constitutes elements of group therapy, one-to-one counselling, educational lectures, mindfulness, meditation, fellowship meetings, art therapy, activity and yoga sessions....
We acknowledge that addiction affects not just the individual but as many as eight other persons directly. It is a difficult time for people who are impacted by a loved one’s addiction and related behaviours so we strongly encourage people to seek support in a...
The Cocaine Initiative Project is a new pilot initiative, run by the Bushypark Addiction Treatment Service. With the escalating and unprecedented usage of cocaine in Ireland, Bushypark successfully secured funding for this initiative via an application through the...
- Self-referrals – clients or concerned persons
- Referrals from medical professionals (doctor/GP)
- Agencies working with clients impacted by addiction
- Employers – Empolyee Assistance Programmes
“It is the best thing I ever did. To be able to speak honestly and to have a clear mind is something that I don’t even remember. Gambling had almost taken my life so it is unbelievable to be out of debt and to have a clear mind.”
“It is the first time in years that I have been able to open up about what is really going on in my head. The sessions on a Wednesday with my family were invaluable as they now know what is going on for me and how they can support me in a positive way after treatment.”
“Bushypark gave me a place to feel heard and supportive as addiction is a very difficult situation to deal with at home. The associated behaviours are so damaging to the family so it was good to understand the difference between the addicted person and the behaviour of the person. The follow-up from the four Wednesdays to the family support group in Ennis each week is invaluable as I believe we need an ongoing programme same as my son is getting in aftercare.”
Anonymous – Family member