If you've struggled with addiction - to alcohol, drugs, or any other substances or behaviours - you may have found that it's easy to kick the habit in the short term, but much harder to 'stay stopped' long term. The good news is that there are several ways that can help tackle this problem.
Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) is one of them. MBRP is meditation-based course with elements of cognitive behavioural therapy, which helps you become more aware of the habits of thinking that can lead into addictive behaviour. Breathing Space runs MBRP courses as our main course for addictive behaviour.
Another approach is Kindness Behaviour Training (KBT), which works with meditation, positive psychology, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy etc. This course can function either as a follow-on course for someone who have attended an MBRP course, or as a different approach for someone with no previous experience.