For therapy to be successful, it needs to be undertaken alongside a 12-step programme. That means attending regular meetings, where you’ll find fellowship and support as you follow the 12 steps to sobriety.
Each site below contains links to local meetings; if you can’t find one in your area, or meetings are suspended due to Covid restrictions, look for online or virtual meeting options.
0800 9177 650
0300 999 1212
0330 094 0322
0207 1177 533
Sex Addicts Anonymous
07748 168 164 / 07585 091 502
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
07798 587 802
If you need a period of residential care to help with your initial sobriety, we can refer you to an appropriate rehabilitation and treatment centre. Like all therapists in the UK, we receive a commission for each private referral; please ask if you want more information about this.
We run regular workshops for clients and supporters on topics such as preparing for rehab, contracting with your sponsor, managing expectations, being a good supporter and more.
If someone, like Amy, is adamant they don’t want to go to rehab, our workshops can create some space for reflection and reasoning with the No, no, no.