Maybe deep down you have wondered if your life would be better if the addict would just go away or even die, but you feel guilty and bad for even thinking it.
It is not your fault you feel resentful and indecisive about the relationship or don’t know how or where to start getting help. You have been pushed to your limits and you’re fed up with being misunderstood and always having to walk on eggshells.
Imagine what your life would be like if you woke up feeling hopeful, knowing you had the tools and support to handle anything that happened the night before.
You feel like you are enough and have more control and balance between your needs and your loved ones.
You have the skills to develop emotional independence and create meaningful connections with yourself and others around you without feeling guilty.
You have the financial and emotional confidence to feel more certain about any decision you needed to make.
You have the time to pursue all the things you used to be interested in, feel empowered by taking time for yourself and giving yourself attention.
Your kids and family are growing up in a happy home and you have the energy to support them to be on the right path.
You will learn the right tools and develop the inner power to change not only the content of what’s going on but most importantly shift the context of how you see the situation you’re in.
You will have a safe place to explore your options so you can feel more empowered and motivated to decide the best course of action for you.
Ultimately counselling and life coaching will get you back on track to a life of fulfilment more aligned with your heart’s desire.
Our counselling programme is covered by two guarantees and they are both valid at the same time. The first one is a 7-Day money-back guarantee to try the programme out and see if it is a good fit.
On top of that, you also get a 60-Day money-back guarantee – that one covers you if you saw no value after putting in the work and completing the programme.
BOTTOM LINE: No matter what you have tried in the past, this is the first and last addiction programme you will ever need or you get your money back.
Yes, you can talk to someone before you sign up. You can complete an contact form and someone will reach out to you to discuss your needs and answer any questions you may have about addiction counselling. This will give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and get a better understanding of what to expect from the process. It is important to feel comfortable and confident in your decision to seek help, and speaking with one of our team beforehand can help you feel more prepared and reassured.
In the first session, the two of us will work together to understand the changes you would like to make and how you might make them, supporting you to find your own answers to the questions you face, according to your personal values and beliefs, all the while guided by a trained professional.
Appointments for addiction counselling are typically available on Monday to Friday 7 AM to 8 PM and Saturday from 9 AM to 12 AM. You can check the availability of appointments in the counsellor’s diary and book a date and time that works for you. It is important to keep in mind that availability may vary depending on the counsellor’s schedule and the demand for appointments.
Our addiction counselling programs range from £49 to £1995, depending on your specific needs and preferences. We offer 1:1 counselling and video programmes to make sure you can find the support that works best for you. We also offer scholarships for clients who are in desperate need.
Yes, addiction counselling will help you address the underlying causes of your drinking. Understanding the underlying causes of your addiction is an important step in the recovery process and can help you develop strategies to prevent relapse and achieve lasting recovery. Our addiction counselling program includes a module specifically focused on exploring the “why” behind your addiction. This module is designed to help you understand the underlying causes of your addiction and identify any underlying issues, such as stress, anxiety, or depression, that may be contributing to your addiction. In addition to the module, you can also discuss the underlying causes of your addiction in individual counselling sessions with your counsellor. They can provide a safe and supportive space for you to explore these issues in greater depth and develop strategies to address them.
Respecting your confidentiality is of utmost importance and is essential in building trust between you and your counsellor. Your counsellor is bound by the Code of Ethics of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, which requires them to maintain confidentiality and protect your privacy. If you have any cause for concern about the confidentiality of your counselling sessions, you can contact the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy directly. They are an independent professional body that is responsible for setting and maintaining standards for the practice of counselling and psychotherapy in the UK. It is important to remember that confidentiality is a key principle of the counselling process and is essential for creating a safe and supportive environment for you to explore your thoughts and feelings. Your counsellor is committed to upholding this principle and to protecting your privacy.
Sessions usually take place weekly and this is recommended to provide consistent growth. However, after the initial momentum of six, some clients like to go down to fortnightly or monthly sessions.
Many people find six sessions is enough; others stay for a year or more, it’s entirely at your discretion. You will have regular reviews with your counsellor and you can decide to continue if you would like to.