Each client’s treatment plan is tailored to their specific treatment needs. We ensure we work with clients as individuals and meet them where they are on their journey of recovery. A combination of treatment modalities can be implemented at any given time to ensure clients receive the very best treatment contributing towards positive outcomes and long-term recovery.

Treatment modalities can include:
• CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy): CBT is used to treat a wide range of disorders including depression, anxiety, stress, addiction and phobias. It is based on the concept that thoughts and feelings play a fundamental role in people’s behavior. Clients develop new ways of thinking and behaving therefore changing the way they feel about themselves and the world around them.
• EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing): EMDR is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from emotional distress resulting from disturbing life experiences. EMDR focuses on bringing disturbing past memories and events to the fore, desensitizing them in order for the past memories not to have a negative impact on one’s wellbeing in the present. EMDR is one of the very few trauma modalities to have a proven track record towards positive outcomes.
• Neuro feedback and Biofeedback: direct training of brain function by which the brain learns to become more efficient and to acquire more appropriate behavioural patterns.
• Somatic experiencing: relieving posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and trauma-related health problems by focusing on perceived body sensations.
• Nutrition: Vibe’s resident chef and catering team ensure clients nutritional needs are met at all times. A combination of local healthy, natural and organic ingredients is used to support a balanced diet.
• Music therapy: The use of music is used to enhance the positive wellbeing and mental health.
• Equine therapy: Proven method to help clients develop an emotional connection with nature and life.
• 12-step: World known method created by Alcoholic Anonymous and catered to all addictions and dependencies.
• Empowerment, confidence and self-esteem therapy: Supporting clients to develop the recourses required toward establishing assertiveness, confidence and self-worth.
• Family: Clients family members are invited with the client’s permission to take part in the family programme. The family programme is designed to support clients and family members develop boundaries, compassion and trust alongside gain an understanding of intimacy.
• Case Management: Each client is assigned a primary therapist who ensure the clinical coordination and care of their client during all aspects of their treatment programme.


Vibe is different because it uses a combination of cutting edge western and eastern philosophies and treatment modalities.

The eastern philosophies play a fundamental part of Vibe treatment programme and may include:
• Ayurveda: Antique Indian discipline for medicine complementary to current Western medicine.
• Acupuncture: Complementary medical practice that entails stimulating certain points of the body to alleviate pain.
• Mindfulness: psychological process of bringing one's attention to the internal experiences occurring in the present moment.
• Gong Meditation: Holistic discipline of coordinated body posture and movement, breathing and group meditation to cultivate “life energy”.
• Buddhist chanting: Tradition Buddhism method to prepare the body and the mind for meditation.
• Sufi meditation: Meditation practice helping to abandon the confines of physical world and become one with God (Allah) and the Universe.
• Yoga: defined as a group of physical, mental and spiritual practices and goals split in different schools as Hata Yoga and Raja yoga.
• Tai Qi: Chinese martial art practiced for both defense training and health benefits achieving greater longevity and peace of mind.
• Spiritual mentorship: Mental improvement through guidance and training.
• Massage: Relaxing and energy restoring practices.
• Reiki: practitioners use a technique called palm healing or hands-on healing through which the ”universal energy” is allegedly transferred from the practitioner to the patient.


Music therapy: is one of the expressive therapies, consisting of a process in which a music therapist uses music and all of its facets—physical, emotional, mental, social, aesthetic, and spiritual—to help clients improve their physical and mental health. Music therapists primarily help clients improve their health in several domains, such as cognitive functioning, motor skills, emotional development, social skills, and quality of life by using both active and passive music experiences such as free improvisation, song, dance, listening, and discussion of music to achieve treatment goals. There is a wide qualitative and quantitative research literature base which incorporates clinical therapy, psychotherapy, biomusicology, musical acoustics, music theory, psychoacoustics, embodied music cognition.

Music Reduces the perceived intensity of pain preventing and relieving suffering.
Music Reduces stress. In clinical evaluations conducted international teams, research shows that listening to music can relieve stress by triggering biochemical stress reducers. 3.Stamina
Genote’s experience with the BMC USA Cycling Team (Tour de France) during routine training and racing, mirrors a study on male college students that found participants, while riding stationary bicycles, worked harder while listening to music.
Advanced Neuro-psychological studies show that music and its selection determines clinical outcomes (mood-regulation, arousal, along with self-awareness).
5. Recorded experiences in Residential Treatment Centers
indicate the correlation between depression symptoms and music.
6.Sleep hygiene
Through the intervention spectrum, protocols for sleep prove to be successful on any population and diverse environments. Study.
7.Meditative state
Specific beats effectively alter brainwave speed, creating brainwave activity similar to when a person is meditating or in a hypnotic state.
8.Cognitive performance
Music can enhance performance on cognitive tasks especially when possessing specific structural characteristics.


IVF – In Vitro Fertilization trauma and stress It consists of treating with group therapies both women and couples facing assisted fertilization either homologous or heterogeneous, and who suffered from repeated difficulties or repeated failures such as abortion or missed conception.

This intensive method and related workshops can be used to overcome traumas from failure related to missed maternity or presumed infertility and has the goal to improve psycho-physic conditions of the women going through the process of induced maternity.

As a method, it consists of daily group therapies with no more than 7 participants over a period of no less than a week and no more than 2. Obviously a therapist will always be there with the role of group moderator and every 3 days a guest will be brought in, to share his successful experience in the IVF and to be used as a positive example to the participants.