Addiction Treatment With Western Counselling
An estimated 2 million individuals in the UK are struggling with some type of addiction. While many health officials believe this number will continue to increase, it does not have to. Whether you or someone you know is struggling with alcohol, drugs, prescription drugs, gambling, or a sex addiction, detox and rehab is available. You can get the help you need to overcome your addiction and live a life that is completely your own. Take a look at the various types of addiction the experienced therapists and clinical staff at Western Counselling can help you with.
If you require alcohol to function in daily life, it can negatively affect every aspect of your life, from your relationships with the people you love to your employment and social life. Unfortunately, there are a number of misconceptions involving the presence (or lack thereof) of withdrawal symptoms, as well as how these symptoms can be managed.
Information about Alcohol Addiction
It is impossible to deny that the use of illegal drugs, such as cocaine, methamphetamine’s, marijuana, and heroin, can cause incredible destruction in the user’s life, as well as in the lives of the individuals who love them. Fortunately drug rehab and counselling can help put an end to addiction. At Western Counselling, we will not only assist you through the withdrawal process, but we will also work with you to find new ways of coping without the drugs to help you adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Information about Drug Addiction
Prescription Drug Addiction
Thanks to the easy availability of prescription medications with a high potential for addiction, including sleeping tablets, barbiturates, tranquilisers, and pain medications, an increasing number of individuals in the UK are developing a prescription drug dependency, whether psychological or physical. At Western Counselling, we will help safely detox before beginning rehab in an intensive and highly supportive environment.
Information about Prescription Drug Addiction
Depending on whether you are addicted to alcohol or drugs, you may experience significant withdrawal symptoms. In this case, the first step of treatment will include detox. At Western Counselling, we provide a medically assisted detoxification programme that involves replacing your drug of choice with another, then reducing the dose down. During the withdrawal process, our experienced clinical staff will monitor your symptoms to determine if any changes need to be made to your treatment regimen.
How to begin Drug/Alcohol Detoxification
If you have a continuous urge to gamble, despite the negative effect it can have on your life, you may be struggling with a gambling addiction. Fortunately, at Western Counselling we offer the psychological support, intervention, and behavioural therapy you need to understand what triggers your gambling and how you can put an end to this destructive behaviour.
Information about Gambling Addiction
Sex and Love Addiction
Sex or love addictions can wreak havoc on your entire life. In a number of cases, this addiction is related to deep-rooted issues with self-esteem. At Western Counselling, our addiction treatment programme (ATP), along with a twelve step recovery programme, can help you overcome your compulsive need for sex and/ or the desire to be loved.
Information about Sex and Love Addiction
Our online assessment is a great way to take the first step. At Western Counselling, our experienced therapists offer an assessment at our addiction treatment facility to discuss your addiction in complete confidence. You do not have to live a life that is controlled by your addiction, but you are the only person who has the power to make the changes in your life to finally let your addiction go. Admitting that you have a problem with alcohol, drug, gambling, or sex addiction is the crucial first step in the recovery process. Now that you have accepted that you have a problem, it is time to reach out and get the help you need to achieve abstinence.
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