Alcohol and drugs


An addictive relationship begins when a person repeatedly seeks the illusion of relief to avoid unpleasant feelings or situations.

With alcohol, most clients simply want support to effectively control situations where moderation is more appropriate than their current behaviour. They realise they risk an escalation when a normal,  pleasurable, social and business activity becomes a threat to their health, careers and relationships. 

The standard Rapid Cessation process enabling people to effectively moderate their alcohol intake is three, two-hour telephone sessions separated by at least two days each. 

The only requirement from you is a commitment to control the  habit, an open mind and willingness to engage in frank, open dialogue. 

The process for more serious cases of alcohol abuse are individually designed after a diagnostic telephone session.

With drugs, the approach and Rapid Cessation process depends on the substance and the degree of addiction.

However, the standard Rapid Cessation process for cannabis and cocaine type substances is three, two-hour telephone sessions separated by at least two days each. 

Both of the above processes have been highly successful for over ten years.

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