SMART Recovery Group meets weekly:  Tuesday 12.30-2pm.  

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This group is based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) techniques, recognising that thoughts, feelings and behaviours are interlinked. SMART uses a series of tools to address thoughts and linked behaviours which in turn will begin to affect change in behaviour and how we feel. 

SMART has been developed specifically to aid recovery from addiction and dependency.

SMART addresses four main areas:

1) Building and maintaining motivation.

2) Coping with urges.

3) Identifying and solving problems.

4) Lifestyle balance.

SMART views recovery as a person's individual responsibility, and addiction as a behaviour. Whatever stage you are at, whether you are just thinking about stopping or are actively in the process, you can benefit from SMART, to gain tools and support in your recovery.

The meetings seek to challenge thinking patterns thereby improving a person's overall wellbeing/lifestyle. The meetings provide a safe confidential space, to work on issues together with others and learn tools and skills which can be used on a daily basis, a strategy for recovery.

These meetings are open for anyone who is in Recovery from addiction. 

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"The true value of the meetings is the tools you come away with to help your recovery. These tools have proved invaluable to me. Priceless."

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Group meetings:

Tuesdays 12.30pm till 2.00pm at Simpson House

For more information contact Liz or Paul at Simpson House on 0131 225 6028 or Diane at Crew 2000 on 0131 220 3404.

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SMART Groups across the Lothians

Useful links:

Smart Recovery UK website

Crew 2000

SMART Recovery USA website