Do you have questions about your drinking?
Alcohol can be both a socially acceptable and of course legal part of society. People drink when getting together with friends or colleagues, to celebrate, and for a wide variety of other reasons. However, when alcohol use becomes more frequent it can become problematic. Without the appropriate treatment and support this can lead to long-term issues physically, mentally, and socially, affecting both the consumer themselves, and the people around them.
The team at Square Mile Health are committed to addressing the range of problems an individual might encounter, and have developed a framework of support designed to encourage and facilitate stable recovery. We provide treatment for anyone who feels they would like to talk about or need support around their alcohol use, offering both 1:1 support as well as specialist programmes to tackle emotional and physical issues that hinder the recovery process.
Drug or alcohol related cues (triggers) and repeating related behaviour are shown to increase the risk of relapse, along with unresolved emotional issues such as social isolation, financial hardship, legal issues or family problems. With psychosocial interventions, many of these can be addressed, and therefore give a client an improved chance for a positive outcome.