The programme is designed using Hypnosis to literally change the way you think, feel and behave. This entails hard-wiring your thought patterns and creating new neurological pathways, so that you can finally stop using Cocaine.
Our clients gain a restored belief in themselves with a new outlook and no longer call themselves a ‘Cocaine addict’ or refer to themselves as having a ‘Cocaine habit’ or even talking about how long since their last ‘relapse’.
Cocaine Solution© was born with the specific intent on helping people break the Cocaine addiction and break the Cocaine habit.
Phase one – Assessment and Full Case History
A detailed in depth-analysis, which explores and identifies everyone’s situation exposing your triggers, patterns, environment, SDLMB state dependent learned memory behavior, that led to and maintains the addiction. Our understanding of this allows us to treat you quickly and most effectively, as it creates a clear picture, taking into account everything that is a factor and creates the framework for your Hypnotherapy.
Phase Two – Psychological Strategy Implementation
This phase will be implemented having tailored, individualized the detailed the information obtained from the assessment and full case history. The Cocaine Solution© programme is inherently flexible and will be adapted to each person’s individual needs, changing the neuroplasticity of the brain and creating new paths for you.
Phase Three – Relapse Prevention
To provide you with a set of psychological techniques to stop the obsessional thoughts, deal with future events before they arise and to have an effective method of dealing with them without the need of requiring Cocaine.
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When individuals talk about quitting Cocaine, they generally describe themselves as having a ‘Cocaine habit’ or a ‘Cocaine addiction’. To successfully stop using Cocaine, it is important to understand that the habit or addiction is the combination of several factors.
There are six psychological parts that combine and collectively make up what you now call the ‘Cocaine addiction’ or ‘Cocaine habit’. These parts are like pieces of a puzzle that all fit together to create, maintain and drive the continuation of your Cocaine cycle and remain the reasons which have prevented you from being able to stop up until now.
Psychological parts of the cocaine user
- Addiction – This is the compulsive engagement in the use of Cocaine. Despite the knowledge of the adverse consequences which is induced by repeated exposure to the addictive stimulus, this drives the development and maintenance of an addiction.
- Addictive Behavior – This is the action associated with the stimuli, which increases the probability that the Cocaine user will seek repeated usage, as they are perceived as intrinsically rewarding.
- Psychological Dependence – This drives the strong desire or craving to use the drug, to achieve the stimulation or pleasure. It is the missing of the ‘high’ and is central to the individual’s thoughts and emotions.
- Behavioral Reinforcement – The attachment of associations and/or triggers that subsequently strengthen future behavior, often leading to an increase in frequency and use of Cocaine.
- The Reward System – This is a group of neural structures that are responsible for making us feel good and make you repeat the behaviour in the future. The reward system is linked to parts of your brain that influence behaviour and memory, so if you remember that something made you feel good at the time, you increase the likelihood of repeating that behaviour. It is also the cause of the adaption of the brain that creates ‘tolerance’, meaning you are more likely to increase usage.
- The Antecedent Stimulus – A response that increases the automation for a learned behaviour to follow maximising reinforcement and minimising negative feeling that may be associated.