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Help with addictions
Addictions can take many forms. Some of the more common addiction problems are:
- Smoking addiction
How we help people to overcome addictions
Truly Confidential Counselling and Therapy can help in many different ways. We can:
Provide a safe and confidential space for you to explore your feelings about your addiction
Help look at how it has impacted on your life and the life of others
Help you to take time to look at the future as you see it
- Find resources of support and enable you to find ways to let go of your cravings.
We are also able to support the people who are being affected by the addictions of others.
How to get started
Simply contact us either by telephone or email to arrange a good time for your initial free 20 minute confidential consultation through a choice of communication methods.
If, after your free no-obligation initial consultation you would like to begin counselling/therapy sessions, there are several pricing options to choose from.
We will identify a suitable counsellor or therapist to work with you and arrange a suitable time and day for your sessions.
You will be able to choose which method of treatment you prefer and opt for one-off sessions, a block of 6 sessions, a block of 10 sessions, or there may be other ways in which you'd like to work with us.
We will email you (to an email address of your choice) some questionnaires to complete and return to us prior to beginning treatment.
We will email you a Counselling contract which we will ask you to confirm that you understand and accept.
- Your sessions will begin with your assigned therapist.
What people say
Although all our work is 100% confidential. However, some of our clients have generously supplied the following anonymous comments about our work with them ...
My life was a mess, I was hiding everything from my wife and to be honest, I felt like ending it all at times. Thank you for coming to the rescue of not just me but those who I now appreciate, matter the most in my life.
Previously addicted to alcohol man, Manchester
Thank you so much! I now realise that my husband is not a complete freak.
Wife of pornography addict, Surbiton