addiction therapy

Addiction Therapy

All Sivana programs include both individual and group therapy.

Individual sessions are undertaken with a qualified professional psychologist or counsellor. There are daily process group sessions and topic groups.

All of our counselling professionals have been registered with their relevant professional body. As an organisation, we also offer clinical supervision to all of staff. The wellbeing of both staff and clients is without doubt our number one priority.

Sivana also incorporates a variety of alternative therapies into our treatment programs. Bali is a hub for healing professionals worldwide, and our clients are spoilt for choice when it comes to less conventional approaches. These include:

  • Acupressure

    Similar to acupuncture, but using finger pressure rather than fine needles on specific points along the body to treat ailments such as tension and stress, aches and pains, menstrual cramps, arthritis.

  • Acupuncture

    Fine needles are inserted at specific points to stimulate, disperse, and regulate the flow of vital energy, and restore a healthy energy balance. In addition to pain relief, acupuncture is also used to improve well being and treat acute, chronic, and degenerative conditions in children and adults.

  • Aromatherapy

    Using “essential oils” distilled from plants, aromatherapy treats emotional disorders such as stress and anxiety as well as a wide range of other ailments. Oils are massaged into the skin in diluted form, inhaled, or placed in baths. Aromatherapy is often used in conjunction with massage therapy, acupuncture, reflexology, herbology, chiropractic, and other holistic treatments.

  • Holotropic Breathwork

    It is a simple yet powerful technique for self-exploration and healing, based on combined insights from modern consciousness research, depth psychology and perennial spiritual practices. The method activates non-ordinary states of consciousness which mobilize the spontaneous healing potential of the psyche. Sustained effective breathing, evocative music, focussed energy work and mandala drawing are components of this subjective journey. ‘Holotropic’ literally means ‘moving towards wholeness’.

  • Chiropractic

    The chiropractic views the spine as the backbone of human health: misalignments of the vertebrae caused by poor posture or trauma cause pressure on the spinal nerve roots, leading to diminished function and illness. Through manipulation or adjustment of the spine, treatment seeks to analyse and correct these misalignments.

  • Craniosacral Therapy

    This is a manual therapeutic procedure for remedying distortions in the structure and function of the craniosacral mechanism – the brain and spinal cord, the bones of the skull, the sacrum, and interconnected membranes. It
    is used to treat chronic pain, migraine headaches, and a range of other conditions.

  • Dance/Movement Therapies

    Dance and/or movement therapy uses expressive movement as a therapeutic tool for both personal expression and psychological or emotional healing. Practitioners work with people with physical disabilities, addition issues, sexual abuse histories, eating disorders, and other concerns.

  • Ear Candling

    Primarily used for wax buildup and related hearing problems, ear candling is also used for ear infections and sinus infections. Treatment involves placing the narrow end of a specially designed hollow candle at the entry of the ear canal, while the opposite end is lit.

  • Hypnotherapy

    A means of bypassing the conscious mind and accessing the subconscious, where suppressed memories, repressed emotions, and forgotten events may remain recorded. Hypnosis may facilitate behavioural, emotional, or attitudinal change such as weight loss, or smoking cessation.It is also used to treat phobias, stress, and as an adjunct in the treatment of illness.

  • Hydrotherapy

    It is defined as the scientific application of water for therapeutic purposes. Water may be used at various temperatures, in different modes and in different forms.

  • Natural Products

    Products composed of organically grown plants and containing no chemicals. These products may be used cosmetically as well as for health and nutrition.

  • Physiotherapy

    It is a manipulative technique by which the deformities of an individual are modified in order to notify the body and the vital organs in accordance with the principles of naturopathy.

  • Reflexology

    This modality is based on the idea that specific points on the feet and hands correspond with organs and tissues throughout the body. With fingers and thumbs, the practitioner applies pressure to these points to treat a wide range of stress-related illnesses.

  • Reiki

    Practitioners of this ancient Tibetan healing system use light hand placements to channel healing energies to the recipient. While practitioners may vary widely in technique and philosophy, Reiki is commonly used to treat emotional and mental distress as well as chronic and acute physical problems, and to assist the recipient in achieving spiritual focus and clarity.

  • Shiatsu

    The most widely known form of accupressure, shiatsu has been used in Japan for more than 1,000 years to treat pain and illness and for general health maintenance. Using a series of techniques, practitioners apply rhythmic finger pressure at specific points on the body in order to stimulate chi, or the vital energy.

  • Yoga Therapy

    We utilize the practice of yoga to address mental and physical problems while integrating the body and mind.