Guided self-help is particularly helpful for some types of addictive behaviours, especially in their early stages before they have become chronic. This form of therapy when combined with some of the practical tools used in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) 

The therapist will help and guide their client to look at and understand their addictive behaviour more clearly and identify where, how and when it started to develop and how it is  linked and associated with their current behaviour and decision making process.

Talking therapy also allows for a greater flexibility in availing everyone to access therapy via modern forms of communication methods such as Skype, Zoom, WhatsAp, Telegram and Viber.

For confidentiality and security  purposes our preferred method of communication is via the medium of  Zoom

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