Support and help with addictions

helping you remove your addictions

If you need help with addictions I’m here to support you on that journey.

Maybe you’ve been battling on your own for some time now. Do you feel that it is time to do something really positive to make your life better? There are many types of addictions and everyone’s journey will be completely different. Together we can get you back in control.

We can remove the stress, the anxiety and often the hurt at home, at work and in private that comes with addiction. I’m a specialist in helping people with all forms of addiction. I understand what it’s like when you hear the demons calling you.

So together we can move you to a far better place.

Help with addictions.

According to the charity Action on Addiction, one in three of us suffer from an addiction of some kind in our lifetime. 20 million people in the UK would benefit from having a little help.

So the important thing is you’re not the only one who is working through a few issues right now. It could be with drugs, alcohol, nicotine, gambling, food obsessions or social media problems. It’s a long list.

The impact of addiction on home-life and work-life can be horrific.

The good news is that help is readily available. Having someone who understands what you’re going through and can help lead you to escape the addiction trap is the first step to success. It’s often impossible to break the habit on your own.

The most successful sportsmen and athletes have a coach to help them improve. You deserve that kind of help, love, and support as well.

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Addictions take many forms but help and support start with just one phone call.

How I can help you.

Once you have someone on your side who can help you with your addiction, life becomes so much easier. Just having someone to talk to will start to lift the side effects like stress and anxiety.

You will start to take positive steps in your life so that you can start the healing process and begin to feel fulfilled. Together we will make that commitment to take on your addiction and find a release. I will put together a plan that will help with addictions that will work for you. No two people are the same and so each of us must find our own journey.

I will provide expert help and advice and support you through the entire process. So there will always be someone there for you to talk to and help with your issues. Support is everything in the cure for addiction.

Would you like to start your journey to a better life today? If you make that call today to 07984 493 798, you can be assured you will get the right support. Also, you can also reach out to me by email if you prefer using the ‘Book a Discovery Call’ button below.

Remember – addiction is not for life!

Supporting others with addiction problems: What can you do?

Are you concerned that someone close to you seems to be in need of help? Usually, a change in behaviour is the first sign that someone has an addiction problem. It’s not always easy to raise the subject but they are very lucky to have someone like you who cares for their well being. Family support for a family member or helping a friend really can make a big difference.

However, it’s not always obvious what you should do to help. Well-meaning actions liking offering help with money or helping them with day to day chores will only help shield them from the realities of the condition. If you are close or in regular contact with anyone struggling with addiction, try not to focus on the guilt.

Three key things you can do. Try to remain positive throughout, get them to focus on healthy activities and to seek help.

At some point, anyone suffering from addiction has to face up to the reality of their condition. So the sooner they do that the sooner the recovery can start.

Addiction treatment: indicators that someone may have an addiction problem:Help for addiction in Bucks, Berks and Herts
  • Becoming unusually angry and defensive whenever the matter is raised.
  • Odd or unusual behaviour. This cannot be categorised but best described as unusual for the person you know.
  • Increasing strain both at work or at home.
  • A change in the people they are socialising with. So old friends may have been dropped altogether.
  • Loss of self-esteem. Addictions will often lead to the sufferer taking less care of their appearance and personal hygiene. Suddenly things that were important to them, like going to the match, don’t seem to matter anymore.
  • Mood swings and long periods of isolation. They will often disappear to their room or shed for hours on end.
  • Unexpected outbursts at the dining table or the exact opposite, complete silence.
  • If alcohol problems are involved this may become increasingly obvious.
  • Criminal behaviour is often seen as a way of financing the addiction so money and items of value may go missing.

Stephen Bell help with Addictions

Addiction is not for life – let me help!

Help with any form of addiction: Addiction therapy.

I would love to be able to help either you or a loved one on their journey to recovery. Whether you are suffering from addiction yourself, or need help and advice for someone you care about,  please make that call to change things for the better.

So please call me today and we can chat about the many treatment options available to you.

I can help with addictions of all descriptions. I will provide wide-ranging treatment programmes that really work:

  • Drug abuse and drug addiction.
  • Alcohol problems and alcohol addiction.
  • Substance misuse.
  • Mental health conditions that often come with the above.
  • Short term and long term solutions.

I am based in Hertfordshire but I also cover Bucks, Berks, Herts and London and all surrounding areas. I can work with you in person or on the phone.

So call Stephen today on 7984 493 798 in total and absolute confidence. 

 

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