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Counselling Services For Addictions & Disorders


We offer specialist outpatient counselling services to those looking for help and support all throughout the UK.

We work with a select group of therapists throughout the UK and make referrals to those we think most able to respond to your particular needs.

Our team of therapists offer a one-off assessment service for anyone who thinks they might benefit from some sort of therapeutic input such as one-to-one counselling or residential treatment.

An assessment lasts around 45 minutes and will give you a clear idea of what sort of treatment plan might be of benefit to you.

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Counselling Services

Counselling is an opportunity to explore difficult issues and change destructive behaviors within a supported and safe environment.

We know that making the decision to change can be difficult, but our team is here to offer help and support you or your loved ones when you feel you’re ready. If you would like to talk to somebody about the possibility of having some counselling, please call us today for free advice.

We cover areas of:

We offer individual, couple and family counselling on a one to one basis. The sessions are conducted by highly trained and credentialed clinical staff, which have multiple years of experience in substance abuse treatment as well as marriage and family therapy.

Private and individual care on a one to one basis. This level of care is very useful for people who have completed a Residential or Day Treatment Programme but still wish to have the ongoing support and accountability of one to one counselling.

One to One Counselling

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One to one Counselling is also appropriate for people who may not be willing, interested and/or appropriate for the more intensive levels of care, so we provide one on one private, confidential and individual counselling sessions, which are designed to address their specific needs.

Clients are not required to identify themselves as addicts or alcoholics nor do they need to meet any other admission requirements.

Services are offered in counselling packages of 6 or 12 sessions, which can be extended if, deemed clinically necessary. Anyone interested in receiving one on one counselling is encouraged to contact ourselves and will be assessed and assigned to the most appropriate counsellor.

Clients are able to take advantage of this service as long as is clinically appropriate.

Day Session Addiction Counselling

You might be ready to embark on a regular weekly counselling journey. We offer day counselling packages of 3 or 6 days, a typical day is three hours and we have morning, afternoon and evening sessions, these are group and non-group sessions.

Confidential counselling sessions are also available to anyone who is concerned about their drinking or drug use.

Anyone interested in receiving counselling is encouraged to contact us at 0800 118 2892 and will be assessed and assigned to the most appropriate counsellor.

Clients are able to take advantage of this service as long as is clinically appropriate.

Group Therapy, Single Sex & Mixed Groups

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Group therapy sessions can be extremely helpful to many struggling with addiction, and group sessions or groups which are educational in nature, which are moderated by professionals. Group sessions, whether for support or as a clinical therapy have several benefits.

Learning that there are others who share your problems, or problems like yours. While their addictions may not be the same as yours, you’ll find that there are a lot of similarities to how you and the other members of the group experience addiction – meaning that you can learn valuable coping strategies from each other.

You will probably have the opportunity to see someone with the same problems as you who have come farther along through the recovery process that you’ll realise that there is hope for you; which will give you additional incentive to stay in recovery.

Being able to get some things off of your chest can be a big help towards getting you closer to recovery.

We are by nature social animals and having a group to share your troubles with can make your burdens easier to bear. Group sessions are a great way to build your social skills.

Addiction therapy groups which are guided or moderated by a therapist or other professional offer even greater benefits to those battling drug and alcohol addiction.

These groups tend to be smaller. The information divulged in this context is far more likely to remain confidential.

The therapist or other health professional moderating the group session will likely be very helpful in examining the dynamics of the group and helping the individuals in it to understand their own behaviours.

Like any group sessions, the benefits are most readily apparent after having participated for some length of time.

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Key to Successful Drug & Alcohol Addiction Counselling

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The key to successful counselling is divided into two parts. The first part, which is accomplished by the patient, requires them to be truthful to ensure our specialists can offer the best advice all-throughout the counselling sessions.

The second part is our duty to discover and confront sensitive topics or things that are too difficult to confront the patient. This sounds like a lot of pressure, but that firmness results to success in the long run.