Drug addiction

Over the last few years I’ve seen a huge increase in drug use, to the point where drug addiction has become one of the largest parts of my therapy practice.

Drugs are everywhere..

In pubs, clubs, at parties and social events, and behind closed doors at home. Sometimes alcohol plays a big part, sometimes not. But if you’re using drugs you may find your casual habit gradually becoming more regular and heavier. Eventually it becomes a serious problem, affecting your relationships, health, and your ability to function at work.

You really can eliminate drug addiction

. My client Tom is just one person who has managed to kick his habit:

From a young age I was always very easily influenced. In my mid teens my parents separated and divorced, which unbeknownst to me at the time caused some serious emotional problems. Being a single teenage lad I didn’t really have anyone to turn to, to discuss my feelings, so I turned to drink and drugs as a solution. I was a sporadic drug user, and often heavy drinker. As I got on later in life I have self moderated the drink and don’t drink as much. However, when I tended to drink my inhibitions went out the window and ended up using drugs.
It had gotten to the point where I was unable to beat this alone so I contacted Peter. Peter was extremely understanding and explained to me how he’d seen and huge increase in this issue. Since my sessions with Peter I have been in a number of situations where those around me are taking drugs and I have felt little or no urge to join in. Peter really has done wonders for me, and would strongly recommend him for any issues you may be struggling with. Tom

So if drugs are affecting your life, please feel free to call or text me on 07855 352947, or click here to email me.


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