Drug Addiction

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                    Help for Drug Abuse

Overcome it and THRIVE

Serving the areas of North London, St Albans and Buckinghamshire.

 

 

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Are you taking too much?

It has long been accepted, although frequently frowned upon, that recreational drug use is on the rise. Since the government relaxed some of the penalties for personal use, social drug use has become, for better or worse, a part of our society.

If you are reading this page you are probably concerned that either yourself or someone you know is in danger of overstepping the recreational use of drugs and into the realms of dependency. If you are troubled by this possibility, then I can help.

Social drugs, such as marijuana and cocaine can have a dramatic effect on their users. What may begin as a simple escape from the daily grind, where a joint is seen as a de-stressor and a distraction from everyday worries could possibly have escalated to a degree where you feel dependent and out of control. This is also true of cocaine, where once an occasional ‘line’ to keep the spirits up during an evening out could quickly become what can be described as a daily use necessity. Both of these examples constitute a problem that needs addressing.

There is always a reason that people find themselves addicted to something; possibly it is the means to escape worries, stresses or tedium. Maybe their life feels empty and the drug fills that gap. Essentially, it can be a mechanism with which to escape from negative emotions. It is possible that they believe that they are chemically addicted but are powerless to combat it.

Addictive behaviours are essentially ways of dealing with feelings of being out of control and powerlessness. You feel like the addiction is the one controlling you and you may feel at it’s mercy, incapable of resisting it, some or most of the time.

Treatments for addiction such as hypnotherapy can mainly help to give you a quick boost, to help you to feel a little more in control and empowered. However, the most effective course of treatment that I can advise for any addictive behaviour is the incredibly successful Thrive Programme.

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The Thrive Programme – Help for drug abuse

ThriveProgramme Logo New RGB LargeIf you suffer from a drug addiction or dependency, the Thrive Programme is entirely about you ! It is a revolutionary and highly effective training programme which will teach you to understand how to grasp control of the beliefs, thought processes and emotions that lead you to feel dependent upon your drug.

The Thrive Programme can help you completely change the way you think and feel about yourself, enabling you to beat your dependancy in just six weekly sessions.

When you absolutely understand how your mind operates, such as the interaction between your thinking, beliefs and your feelings of dependency, you will feel much more empowered and in control. When you recognise that almost all of your worries, stresses, problems are either created, maintained or worsened by poorly managed thought processes, you will feel fabulously empowered……..because YOU created these problems then YOU can change them!

This course of treatment does not contain any myths, magic or mumbo-jumbo. It is simply an empowering and liberating psychological training programme, created with proven scientific research. With your input, it will allow you to overcome your issues and regain your freedom. You will find that it is much easier and faster than you ever believed to take control and get the life you desire!

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Simon Mason TC

Simon Mason ATPC

Booking your free initial consultation couldn’t be easier.

It is perfectly natural that you may have questions about The Thrive Programme and what it entails. To arrange a free consultation or to book an appointment call my Aylesbury Clinic on 01296 583789 or my mobile on 07789 600 199
If I’m with a client, you can leave a confidential message on my answerphone and I will return your call as soon as possible.
Alternatively, you can email me at: info@thrivewithsimon.co.uk