When alcohol use becomes severe, it is known as an alcohol use disorder. We also refer to it as an addiction, It can take over your life, cause damage to relationships that matter, and leave you spinning out of control. We know that reaching out is sometimes the most difficult step.
If you have been experiencing some of the following symptoms within the past year, you may be struggling with an alcohol use disorder:
- Drinking more than you intended
- Have tried to cut back or stop but couldn’t
- Spent a significant amount of time thinking about drinking, drinking, or recovering from drinking
- Continued to drink in spite of the negative consequences
- Have reduced time with friends or activities because of drinking
Working together to help you make healthy change in the midst of life, it may be in the form of at-home support helping you adjust to life after residential treatment. It may be going with you to support group meetings. It may be attending a yoga class, processing your first experience at a group meeting, encouraging you to create healthy social circles or exploring different options for future education and career choices.
We all do better with someone who can guide, support and encourage us. We help you combine insights with new behaviors so you can develop lasting habits that make life more fulfilling.