A modern framework to become sober and healty in less time than ever.
In the late 1970s, they began to study the experience of people who tried to end their bad habits.
And they discovered that those who succeeded did it by the same scenario. Scientists called this scheme a transteoretical model of behavioral change (TTM).
And it proved to be effective, now it is used worldwide to solve serious psychological problems: rehabilitation of addicts, therapy of depression, anxiety, panic attacks, interpersonal problems and others.
The question of behavioral changes interested Prochaska in his youth, it was because of him he chose the profession of psychotherapist. And there was a personal reason for that.
"I could not help one person to cope with the depression and alcoholism that killed him. Since this person did not trust psychotherapy and denied the problem itself, all difficulties lay on the shoulders of his loved ones. And although we tried to help, no methods worked. This man was my father. After his death, when I was in my first year of college, I got seriously involved in psychology hoping to understand what happened. I was wondering if there was any way to help people like my father," he says in the book "Changing for Good".
The idea of step-by-step changes became the basis of the Sober One. We have supplemented the strict universal scheme of TTM with effective methods from other psychotherapeutic approaches.
Altogether they are able to solve the problems of addictive behavior. The effectiveness of every method is confirmed by clinical studies and years of practice.