How to know if
you need help...

Take a look at these questions and assess
you own situation...

Help for

Perhaps you know that you have a problem?
If you need help...

Help for

Do you want to help someone, whose situation is affecting you?

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Help for myself

Addiction is not a sign of weakness or lack of willpower; addiction is a progressive disease.  It may have developed recently or there may be a recognition that it is something that has been slowly progressing over years.  It may be possible to identify some reasons either from the past or more recently that have resulted in you using either alcohol/substances, people or behaviours to change the way you feel.

Perhaps there are things happening around you currently from which you want to escape? Maybe it has become the only thing you can do?

Many people keep addictions secret, but eventually find it harder to do so and people around them start to notice.

Becoming free from an addiction isn't easy to do alone. Some people know they have a problem, whilst others are convinced they do not. Whatever the addiction, it is serving you a purpose; therefore your perspective about it might not be objective.

If you are seeing the possibility that you have a problem, then we can help. If you're ready to make changes in your life for the better, we can enhance your chances of success through therapy.

Please contact us to find out more.