Substance, Alcohol, Sex & Gambling Addiction, Relationships, Depression, Trauma & Abuse Counselling

Alcohol Counselling. 

Two Categories of Problem Drinkers

Misusers of Alcohol

Dependent on Alcohol

Which are you?

If you have a problem with your own or someone else’s drinking Win can help. If you want to stop drinking Win can help.

As a Senior Addictions and Alcohol Counsellor, I have helped people with alcohol, cocaine, amphetamine, opiate and cannabis addiction into recovery. I provide a confidential, straight forward but respectful assessment process. We can look at the facts of your situation and make a plan.

Alcohol Counselling, counselling for binge drinking and alcohol dependence counselling are provided in a private and safe environment. From a tailored alcohol counselling programme or just one alcohol counselling session to explore what is going on, can all be undertaken in a confidential setting at my office for alcohol counselling in the North of England. I can help you to stop binge drinking.

If you want to speak with an alcohol counsellor Win has the knowledge and expertise to help you identify your needs and allow you to talk freely, in confidence.

Win and her team can provide single assessment sessions for you to explore how much alcohol is being consumed, the possible effects, the various options available, the types of changes required and what might best suit your unique circumstance. Call now for a single appointment with the most experienced Psychotherapist’s in the North of England, with over 40 years experience in Addiction Therapy.
Sometimes alcohol rehab or drug rehab is the preferred option.  She is able to offer information on choices available and provide suitable aftercare.

Your Concerns

If you are concerned about your own or someone else’s addictive behaviour, there are two questions to ask:

1. When the person wants to stop do they find they cannot?
2. When the using or ‘acting out’ does the person have little or no control over the amount or time spent?

What to do

Our approach might appear simplistic, but it needs to be. Confusion, fear and lack of trust usually abound by the time a client comes for help. However, it is never too late to change.
• We examine the problems as presented by the client
• We examine the lifestyle
• We examine their personal history
• We look at the mental functioning
• We assess for levels of depression
• We agree where help is need
• We look at the required changes
• We prepare for change
• We look at the responsibilities for those changes
• We measure the effect of the change
• We support with the maintenance of the change

If the answer is yes to either or both questions, then call Win for a private consultation with a fully qualified Psychological Therapist:
Tel : 0800 246 5485
Win is able to see clients strictly by appointment only