Alcohol Addiction

Practical one to one support for Alcohol Addiction.​

  • Do you have a compulsive need to drink?
  • Do you often worry where the next drink is coming from?
  • Do you find yourself planning social, family and work events around alcohol?
  • Once you start to drink, do you find it hard to stop?
  • Do you wake up and drink or feel the need to?
  • Do you find that you struggle with withdraw symptoms such as sweating, shaking and nausea, which tends to stop once you drink?

Hope Therapy is here to help.

Hope Therapy’s fully qualified and experienced therapists, offer UK wide Alcohol Addiction Support via Zoom and Skype to both you and your families.

We can help you to develop positive skills, interventions and insights to support your dependency, along with exploring underlying issues that can either contribute to your dependency or result from it.​

  • Identifying triggers.
  • Effective Skills and interventions.​
        Supporting you and your families
          psychological needs and wellbeing.

A Positive Approach to supporting Alcohol Addiction.

Our clients regularly ask for the opportunity to learn about and develop skills that will allow them to recognise and support their alcohol addiction. 
We also offer emotional and wellbeing support to those affected by alcohol addiction.​

Alcohol and the Brain.

The delicate balance of the brain can be disturbed by alcohol, affecting the way we think, feel and behave. On occasions, it can also impact on our long-term mental health.​​

Alcohol and Mental Health – The Vicious Cycle.​

Alcohol can be used in the short term to mask underlying unhappiness or distress, by making changes to the chemistry to the brain. However, these changes are short-lived, and unresolved the anxiety can remain. Over time, as our tolerance to alcohol builds, so does the amount we need to drink to feel the same way. Through this pattern, alcohol dependence can build over time.

Alcohol is actually a depressant and regular heavy drinking can be associated with symptoms of depression. Although it can be hard to distinguish cause and effect.

What we do know from studies is that depression can be linked with heavy drinking and that stopping drinking can be associated with improved mood.

Ask for help
We support you:
  • From home via zoom or skype.
  • In an effective way.
  • Using qualified counsellors and therapists, with addiction experience.
What can you expect?
  • We will support you to better understand your triggers.
  • To offer psychological and emotional support, to help manage underlying issues relating to your addiction.
  • Offer emotional and wellbeing support to family and friends.​
  • Offer understanding, interventions, guidance and support.​
​​Further information

​Read more about Alcohol Addiction by reading the following Blog Posts.

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