Do you find it hard to stop after one or two drinks?
Do you find it hard to socialise or enjoy yourself without a drink?
Do you worry about the damage alcohol might be causing your physical or mental health?
Does alcohol make it difficult to concentrate on other important things in life?
Have your family or friends told you they’re worried about your behaviour when you drink?
Do you hang out for a drink at the end of the day, or find it hard to have alcohol-free days?
Do you always drink more, or for longer, than other people when you’re socialising?
Do you often regret decisions you made or things you did while you were drinking?
Does the thought of reducing or stopping drinking alcohol worry you?out the impact of addiction on children and young people in the family?
Our highly trained, specialist counsellors can help you;
Manage the impacts of alcohol on you and your life,
Understand the reasons why alcohol has become a difficult part of your life,
Show you ways to have fun and socialise without needing alcohol to do it
Work with you to find new ways of relaxing and coping, so you don’t have to soothe yourself with alcohol,
Understand the reasons why alcohol has become a difficult part of your life.
Our counsellors are highly trained and experienced in helping people with the difficulties associated with drinking alcohol and other addictions.
We frequently undertake training, professional development and clinical supervision so that we can offer up-to-date, specialised care to our clients.
Our counsellors will work with you to find strategies, ideas and approaches that will suit you. Our job is to be collaborative, curious, empathic and respectful. We are passionate about what we do, and we care about the impact of addiction on you and your family.
We know that alcohol addiction is frustrating, painful and worrying.
We know that willpower alone doesn’t usually work.
We know that counselling helps.