Practitioners who take an integrated approach to addiction therapy do not use generic treatments. Instead, they draw from different types of therapies that address a person’s unique situation. We talk to Ted Ferguson, an integrative therapist at Help Me Stop to find out more about his approach to addiction treatment.
If you are looking for intensive drug or alcohol treatment for yourself or someone you care about, it is well worth considering Dayhab as an alternative to residential rehab.
According to a recent Bupa Global survey almost 40% of business leaders in the UK have turned to alcohol or drugs to cope with mental ill health during the pandemic, with 36% admitting they self-medicate because they feel they cannot talk to anybody about their wellbeing concerns.
Despite the valiant effort of Britain’s drug and alcohol professionals, the UK has a growing drug and alcohol problem. Learning your options for help and treatment is a great first step in recovery.
Affordable, evening rehab is here – and you don’t have to come into a treatment centre to benefit. Click to learn more about why adults across the UK are conquering their drug and alcohol issues around work and normal day to day life.
World Drug Day arrives with our country in a state like never before. In a uniquely challenging time in our history, treatment and care for drug addiction must continue.
Worried about relapse as you or a loved one leaves residential rehab? Aftercare can stop it. Here’s how.
How you can best help a loved one in their fight against addiction.