Alcohol Addiction

Are you struggling with alcohol addiction?

If you are struggling with an addiction to alcohol that doesn’t serve your best interests then seeing a CBT Therapist can help you with your addiction.

What is addiction?

Addiction is defined as not having control over doing, taking or using something to the point where it could be harmful to you.

Addiction is most commonly associated with gambling, drugs, alcohol and nicotine, but it’s possible to be addicted to just about anything.

With the right help and support, it’s possible for you to manage your alcohol missuse or addiction so that you may live a healthy and happy life.

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When to seek treatment for Alcohol Addiction

You should consider treatment for your alcohol and addiction problems when:
You need to engage in addictive behaviour more and more to get the desired effect
You have unpleasant symptoms when you are not drinking
You are finding it hard to cut down on or control your alcohol use
"I can plan my days with my children and grandchildren whereas before I would rather go and drink every day to block everything out."
Male, 47
"My confidence has come back, which I didn't think would in such a short space of time."
Female, 33
"I got a chance to release my fear, anger and sadness. The sessions helped me to understand and release my mind so I would be able to enjoy my life again. Thank you."
Male, 40
"I have found the help my therapist has provided invaluable in dealing with my alcohol problem."
Male, 35
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What you need to know

If you have had times when you ended up drinking alcohol more or longer than intended.
If you have wanted or tried to reduce or stop drinking but couldn't.
If you spend a lot of time drinking or being sick from the aftereffects
If you want a drink so badly you couldn't think of anything else.
Cognitive behavioral therapy has shown great success in treating addiction when used alone or as part of a treatment plan that utilizes other therapies. Most commonly though, in rehab programs, CBT will be supported by a variety of other therapies which are tailored to a person’s unique needs.
Your doctor or therapist may recommend one or more of the following treatment options:

Behaviour modification
Cognitive-behavioural therapy
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