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Sam Agnew

Sam Agnew

Psychotherapist /Life Coach
Licences:BACP
Experience(Years):7+
Given Sessions:over 2500hours
Languages:English
Working with:Individuals,Couples,&Teen
Area:LGBTQIA+,ADHD,PTSD,CPTSD, Anxiety,Dyslexia,Dyspraxia,Dyscalculia
Alcoholism therapy, also called alcohol addiction therapy, refers to a form of therapy that is specifically designed to help individuals who are struggling with alcohol addiction. Alcoholism is a chronic and progressive disease characterized by compulsive alcohol use, despite the negative consequences.
The goal of alcoholism therapy is to help individuals understand and cope with their addiction, and to develop the skills and strategies needed to achieve and maintain sobriety. This can include addressing underlying issues that may have contributed to the addiction, such as emotional or psychological problems, and developing healthy coping mechanisms to deal with stress and other triggers.
It's important to note that alcoholism is a chronic disease that requires professional treatment, and that therapy can be an important component of a comprehensive treatment plan. It can help individuals to address the underlying issues, develop healthy coping mechanisms, and achieve and maintain sobriety.