A drink may have started out as something at the end of a hard day; recently you have got into the habit of finishing the bottle or the pub at lunchtime.

You have noticed it’s difficult to just have ‘one’ and often you go past the point of common sense – where you would have preferred to stop.

You may have had a friend or your partner has asked ‘if you are alright?’

You may even have had someone ask you if you have a drink problem.

Often by this stage the realisation that others are noticing is disturbing, you feel ashamed but you can’t seem to stop?

Alcohol addiction can develop quite slowly and stealthily and before you know it your performance is suffering, your relationships are being affected and you are feeling really dreadful some mornings. If you are reading this you are probably aware there is a problem

How hypnotherapy helps with Alcohol Addiction

Clinical-Hypnotherapy-alcohol-addictionFirstly all of our work together is completely confidential. I have treated many people for alcohol (and many other) addictions. I have specialist alcohol addiction expertise and work within clinically sound addiction treatment frameworks.

The process of work through alcohol addiction is a very individual – I will require you to come to the session ‘straight’.

We will look at putting in place the best support for you at this moment – this may include other professionals and organisations.

Clinical Hypnotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy is a powerful, safe and fast tool in the right hands. Look at How Hypnotherapy Works for a jargon free explanation of this process.

*Please note that the time needed to work on a problem can vary significantly from person to person, these examples are provided to give you an idea of the efficacy of Hypnotherapy, but are not intended as an indication of what you might expect personally.

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