Alcohol addiction treatment
We offer a comprehensive variety of alcohol treatment options including medical interventions (Antabuse, Naltrexone), individual family counselling (Stop Drinking Programme), 24/7 monitoring aftercare service (Sober Life Programme), all delivered by a highly specialised clinical team of consultants, psychologists and therapists, adapted to your needs and lifestyle.
Stop Drinking Programme
Our treatment programme aims to support patients who suffer from alcohol abuse or alcohol addiction. After an initial comprehensive assessment, patients will attend a bespoke treatment programme (1, 2 or 3 weeks) conducted by a team of highly specialised clinicians. The programme includes individual sessions focused on understanding the underlying issues of their alcohol use problem, sessions with significant others focused on strengthening their support network, and therapeutic workshops. These workshops will be focused on psycho-education and relapse prevention.
Sober Life: Real-Time Monitoring Programme for Alcohol Recovery
Sober Life is a convenient relapse prevention programme designed for patients in their first year of recovery. It provides accountability for sobriety and long-term recovery through a cloud-based alcohol monitoring system.
We provide this programme combined with our Stop Drinking Programme as an aftercare package or standalone to support you in your recovery journey. Patients taking relapse prevention medication (Naltrexone, Selincro, Antabuse, Acamprosate) can greatly benefit from this programme.
Alcohol detoxification and withdrawal symptoms management
If you're dependent on alcohol to function and you don't know how to stop drinking, it's recommended you seek medical advice to manage your withdrawal. In mild cases, you should be able to reduce or stop drinking at home without the use of medication as your withdrawal symptoms should also be mild. However, if your dependency is severe, inpatient treatment may be needed. This is because the withdrawal symptoms will also be severe and are likely to need specialist treatment.