Online Addiction Counselling

Our proven approach to addiction counselling will give you the practical tools to understand why you drink or use drugs, get in control, and earn back your loved ones trust.

Picture yourself overcoming the self-destructive cycle of drinking in only 8 weeks, regaining control of your drinking, and restoring your partner's trust.

Believe it or not, this is achievable, even if your relationship is at risk, you find yourself in a drink-heavy environment, or you've faced failure with AA, counselling, or rehab in the past.

Our Online Addiction Counselling aims to support you in undergoing a total mindset transition and redefining your relationship with alcohol.

Addiction counselling provides a truly safe and supportive environment, which is a non-judgmental space that even your nearest and dearest struggle to create.

Our addiction counselling approach is purposefully designed to foster integrated change, allowing you to tackle your drinking or drug use without the rebound effect of rehab. During these sessions, you'll explore your emotions and their role in shaping your actions, equipping you to embrace healthier decisions and take back control of your life. Embark on this extraordinary journey and achieve the freedom you've been yearning for years.

FREE 1:1 Phone Consultation

(worth £75)

  • ​30-minute phone consultation call with the lead counsellor Luke Worsfold
  • ​Availability Mon-Sat 7 AM to 9 PM
  • ​We help clients across the globe – wherever you are, we are just a call away
  • ​​Confidential and non-judgmental
  • ​​No obligation or hard sell!

If You Choose To Work With Us

  • ​Sign up and book your first session
  • ​Receive FAST treatment
  • ​No waiting list (but spaces are limited)
  • ​Money-back guarantee


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What is Online Addiction Counselling?

Online addiction counselling is a digital therapeutic approach that assists clients in addressing and overcoming drug or alcohol addiction. By utilizing video calls, therapists can provide support, coping strategies, and treatment plans remotely, enabling individuals to receive help without the need for physical presence in a counselling office. This helps clients reduce their addictive behaviour and reduce withdrawal symptoms.

We Offer

  • ​Drug Counselling Online 
  • ​​Online addiction counselling
  • ​Addiction counselling online
  • ​Alcohol counselling online
  • ​Online addiction therapy

Online Addiction Counselling From The Comfort Of Your Own Home


  • Zoom
  • ​​Microsoft Teams
  • ​Skype

All our counsellors are...

Experienced, Trusted, Qualified, Regulated


Hey, I’m Luke Worsfold, the founder of Lisa Inside Addiction.

As a counsellor with 6 years of sobriety, my goal is to help you take control of your drinking.

How It Started

How It Is Going

I grew up with a mother who struggled with alcohol and passed away when I was just 10 years old. Unfortunately, I followed in her footsteps, drinking and taking drugs until I lost my partner, family connections and business.

I relentlessly searched for answers through google, books, AA Meetings and rehab but nothing seemed to be working… then I discovered…. ADDICTION THERAPY.

Thanks to the power of therapy, I was able to understand why I drank, earn back my loved one’s trust and break free my self-destructive cycle of drinking and using drugs.

Now I’ve made it my mission to help others take control of their drinking/drug use and reduce their consumption.

I can confidently tell you, you are in the right place! So book a call and let’s walk this journey together.


What our SOBER clients have to say

4.7 stars out of 30+ reviews

"It has been the best thing I could have ever done"

I joint Lisa inside addiction due to binge drinking and not knowing when to stop drinking once I start. I was in a low place when Luke contacted me and I signed up for the alcohol control program and 1 to 1 sessions with Luke. It has been the best thing I could have ever done, I’m now 6 weeks sober and have a complete different outlook on life. Luke has been absolutely amazing! He has gave me many techniques, one of which has taught me how to control intrusive thoughts which I struggled with. Since talking to Luke everyone has seen such a positive effect on me. I cannot recommend him enough, we’ve spoke about a lot of deep stuff but also laughed at past experiences. The program has shown me my triggers and how to deal with them. Highly recommended!


"Luke gave me the support I needed"

Luke gave me the support I needed to make some big changes in my life. The program he provided is comprehensive, and it all links together meaningfully to provide a really effective course. If you are ready and willing to make change for the better, this course provides a very strong base of support, focus and motivation. Strongly recommended.


"I have not had a drink in 4 months"

Luke has been amazing. He was exactly what I was looking for in a therapist, someone that I could talk openly with and on the same level. Sometimes we would work through exercises and other times we would just chat about what was going on. I have not had a drink in 4 months and with a bit of hard work from myself and awesome support from Luke here's to the next 4 and many more after :-)


Benefits of addiction counselling online

Video call counselling offers a multitude of benefits, including accessibility for those in remote areas, flexibility in scheduling, and the comfort of participating in one's private environment. Clients can avoid travel time, experience therapy in a familiar setting, and may feel more at ease disclosing personal issues from the safety of their homes. This in turn reduces addictive behaviours and supports the recovery process.

  • Get your drinking or drug use under control so you can stop drinking out of boredom or pure habit.
  • Redefine your love-hate relationship with drink or drugs so you can stop making promises you keep breaking when happy hour rolls in.
  • Eliminate the constant shame and guilt so you can drink or use drugs less and realise it isn’t the Duct-Tape that you thought was holding life together.
  • Cut down on drink or drugs to become more reliable for those you love and care about, so you can cultivate better relationships.
  • Become more comfortable in your own skin and finally love the person looking back at you in the mirror.
  • ​Stop having the same arguments and conversations which will save you time and heartache so you can focus on rebuilding meaningful connections.

During Your FREE 30-minute consultation we will

  • Assess Your Situation: Discuss your symptoms, triggers, and underlying mental health conditions with a trained therapist to identify what’s holding you back from getting your drinking under control.
  • Explore Your Options: Explore a range of our treatment options as well as AA, NHS, GP, and rehab to find the best path based on your unique needs. We believe that you should exercise your right to choose your own treatment method.
  • Learn About Us: Discover our unique approach combining 1:1 counselling sessions, a self-paced video programme, psychoanalysis of your worksheets and accountability phone calls.
  • ​Expert Guidance: Receive guidance on navigating the financial landscape of treatments – from seeing your GP for free to £20,000 rehabs to make the most of your financial resources.

If You Choose To Work With Us

  • ​Sign up and book your first session
  • ​Receive FAST treatment
  • ​No waiting list (but spaces are limited)
  • ​Money-back guarantee

FREE 1:1 Phone Consultation

(worth £75)

  • ​30-minute phone consultation call with the lead counsellor Luke Worsfold
  • ​Availability Mon-Sat 7 AM to 9 PM
  • ​​We help clients across the globe – wherever you are, we are just a call away
  • ​​Confidential and non-judgmental
  • ​​No obligation or hard sell!


Why is online counselling so effective in treating addiction?

  • Personalised Approach: Unlike some treatments that offer a one-size-fits-all solution, online therapy is tailored to the individual. Counsellors assess each person's relationship with alcohol or drugs, the triggers leading to consumption, and the underlying emotional or psychological factors. This personalised understanding ensures the treatment is adapted to individual needs, maximising its effectiveness.
  • Safe and Non-judgmental Environment: Online counselling provides a safe space where individuals can open up about their struggles without fear of judgment. This atmosphere is crucial for genuine introspection and candid discussion about one's relationship with alcohol use disorder.
  • Addressing Underlying Issues: More than just tackling the act of drinking, Online addiction therapy digs deep to uncover and address the root causes of the problem. Whether it's past trauma, stress, anxiety, or other mental health challenges, counselling addresses these core issues, ensuring a holistic treatment approach. This is fundamental to any effective addiction treatment program.
  • ​Skill Development: Counsellors equip individuals with coping strategies and skills to deal with cravings, peer pressure, and potential relapse triggers. This training empowers individuals to face real-world challenges post-treatment and overcome their mental health problems.
  • Support System: Online addiction counselling often incorporates group therapy, where individuals can share experiences, provide mutual support, and build a community that understands their journey. This camaraderie can be instrumental in learning to stop drinking and sustaining long-term recovery.
  • Continuity of Care: While detoxification and rehab might be short-term solutions, online addiction therapy can be a continuous process. Regular sessions can be scheduled, allowing for sustained support as individuals navigate the complexities of recovery.
  • ​Holistic Wellness: Many online counselling approaches, like CBT or Person-centred Therapy, are not just about abstaining from alcohol or drugs. These well-rounded counselling sessions promote overall well-being, teaching mindfulness, stress management, and emotional regulation.

Free Online Self-Assessment


  • ​​40 SIMPLE YES/NO QUESTIONS designed by an expert therapist
  • ​​PERSONALISED INSIGHTS revealing why you can't control your drinking
  • ​​INSTANT RESULTS DELIVERED via your personalised confidential (38 page) PDF assessment

How Online Differs from In-Person Sessions

While online counselling offers therapeutic support through digital means, in-person sessions involve direct face-to-face interactions in a physical office. The main differences lie in the mode of communication, with online sessions potentially missing out on certain non-verbal cues. However, many people find that the convenience and accessibility of addiction therapy online outweigh these differences. This makes it more convenient than other treatment options such as rehab.

Pros And Cons Of Online Addiction Counselling


  • Professional guidance: Our addiction counsellors have the right training and expertise to help you overcome your addiction. They'll walk with you through the recovery process, making it easier to understand and navigate.
  • ​Personalised treatment: Our counsellors can tailor their approach to fit your specific needs, ensuring that you're getting the most effective support.
  • ​Emotional support: Dealing with addiction can be isolating and emotionally draining. We are here to offer a shoulder to lean on, as well as help you develop healthy coping strategies.
  • Accountability: Addiction counselling provides a structure that helps keep you on track. Regular check-ins and discussions about your progress can be motivating and help you stay committed to your recovery.


  • ​Cost: One downside to addiction counselling is that it can be expensive, especially if you're seeking private treatment. But we have very affordable packages and scholarships for clients in need. 
  • Time commitment: The road to recovery takes time and effort. You'll need to attend regular counselling sessions but we are available evenings and weekends.
  • Emotional challenges: Discussing your addiction and confronting deep-rooted issues can be uncomfortable and sometimes painful. But all our counsellors have been through it too so we can prepared you for the emotional ups and downs too come.
  • Stigma: Unfortunately, there's still a stigma surrounding addiction and seeking help for it. Some people might feel ashamed or judged for attending counselling, but remember that seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness.

Effectiveness of Online Counselling

Numerous studies have showcased the effectiveness of online video call sessions. One of the main benefits as stated by Chuong Ho & Melissa Severn, online counselling sessions “have the potential to increase access to care”.

While it can be as effective as in-person for many conditions like anxiety, depression and recovery, the most crucial aspect is the therapeutic relationship. The convenience and accessibility make online therapy a valuable tool in any client's treatment plan.

(Chuong Ho & Melissa Severn. e-Therapy Interventions for the Treatments of Substance Use Disorders and Other Addictions: A Review of Clinical Effectiveness [Internet]. Ottawa (ON): Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health; 2018 Jun 27. PMID: 30329244.) 

Online Drug Counselling

In the digital age, seeking help for drug-related issues has become more accessible than ever. An online addiction therapist can provide expert guidance, resources, and support tailored to the unique challenges of drug dependency. With online drug counselling, individuals can engage in structured sessions, aiding them in understanding the roots of their addiction and working towards a healthier future. The convenience and confidentiality associated with online therapy for drug addiction make it an increasingly popular choice for many. It offers a safe space for individuals to embark on their recovery journey, bridging the gap between professional care and those in need.

Alcohol Counselling Online

Navigating the complexities of alcohol addiction requires specialised care and understanding. With advancements in digital health, many individuals are turning to alcohol therapy online as a convenient and effective solution. Online alcohol counselling offers individuals the ability to seek professional guidance and support from the comfort of their homes, breaking down barriers that might prevent someone from seeking help. Online counselling for alcohol addiction is designed to cater to the unique challenges faced by those struggling with alcohol addiction. By offering a combination of therapeutic techniques, resources, and continuous support, alcohol counselling online ensures that individuals are equipped with the tools they need to progress in their recovery journey.


What our SOBER clients have to say

4.7 stars out of 30+ reviews

"He saved my relationship with my partner and my family"

I don’t know where to start…. Luke is amazing he saved my life he picked me up when I was rock bottom and has got me to where I am today completing the program and unchaining myself from my addiction. The tools I have learnt over the past 12 weeks have made me the person I am now, these tools I have learnt will stick with me through life and help me in day to day life. Luke made me realise that life is amazing, he saved my relationship with my partner and my family, he is so supportive and in every single attribute, his attention to detail in every session is amazing. Luke once again Thank you!


"Working with Luke has been genuinely life-changing for me"

Working with Luke has been genuinely life-changing for me. He has provided patient, actionable and supportive counsel during the darkest period of my entire life and within months has enabled me to take real action to make positive, habitual changes. Previous experiences with counselling had been negative, but working with Luke has been fundamentally different and more helpful to me. I believe that Luke's experiences, alongside his qualifications, make him a truly exceptional counsellor and I would recommend his support to anybody who felt they needed it.


"As scared as I was to start the program, I instantly felt a connection as Luke is such a genuine bloke."

I cannot thank Luke enough for the help and guidance he has given me. As scared as I was to start the program, I instantly felt a connection as Luke is such a genuine bloke. I felt it very easy to be open and honest from the get go. Not once did I feel like I was being judged, which I think was most of my fears in the beginning. Most therapists I searched appear to have text book experiences, but Luke's been there and done it all which meant we could laugh about some of the stories we both had. Thoroughly recommend Luke, top bloke and very good at his job. Thank you so much!



Frequently Asked Questions

Can I talk to someone before I sign up?

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.

Can I moderate my drinking or do I have to stop?

You have the option to either moderate your drinking or stop altogether. This is not an abstinence-only program and it is up to you to decide what approach is best for you. The goal of the program is to help you make an informed decision about your drinking and to provide you with the tools and support you need to achieve your goals. As you go through the programme you will work to understand the role that alcohol plays in your life and help you develop strategies to reduce your consumption or quit altogether if that is your goal.

When are appointments available?

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.

How much does addiction counselling cost?

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. 

Can addiction counselling help me address the underlying causes of my addiction?

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.

How do I know you won't share my personal information with others?

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.

Which addiction treatment methods have the best success rates?

The best form of treatment for addiction depends on your individual needs and circumstances. Addiction counselling is a great option because it focuses on helping you integrate the changes into your life so you can cope without turning to drinking in the real world. Rather than coming out of rehab sober and going back to the challenges of your life and relapsing.

What are 4 common symptoms of addiction?

Four common symptoms of addiction include: Cravings for the addictive substance or behaviour Loss of control over the use Continued use despite negative consequences Withdrawal symptoms when not using the addictive substance or engaging in the addictive behaviour.

What are the signs of addiction?

Some common signs of addiction include neglecting responsibilities, changes in social and recreational activities, increased tolerance, withdrawal symptoms, and unsuccessful attempts to quit or cut back on the addictive behaviour.

How do I permanently stop my addiction?

Permanently stopping your addiction often requires a combination of professional help, self-awareness, and support from others. Addiction counselling can provide the tools and strategies you need to overcome addiction and maintain long-term recovery.

What if I am contacting you on behalf of someone else?

If you are contacting us on behalf of someone else, it is important to keep in mind that addiction counselling is a highly personal and confidential process. The individual seeking help will need to be actively involved in the counselling process and must give their consent for any information to be shared. If you would like to purchase counselling as a gift for a friend or family member, you can certainly do so. However, it is important to keep in mind that the individual will still need to complete an consultation call and speak with a counsellor in order to participate in the sessions. It is ultimately up to the individual to decide if they want to seek help and participate in the sessions. It is important to approach the topic with sensitivity and respect for their autonomy and to not pressure them into seeking help if they are not ready. It is also important to respect their privacy and confidentiality.