Addiction help-Counselling-EMDR & Trauma Therapy-Family support.

If you are reading this you are probably hurting. Whether it is for yourself, a friend or family member, you may have come to this page through confusion, bewilderment, and perhaps despair. 

You may have already tried everything you can to help or to stop and probably nothing has worked. Whether it is alcohol, drugs, eating problems, gambling, relationships or sex, addiction we understand the difficulties involved and offer assessment, counselling and family support, and can make referals to other forms of help such as treatment centres. 

There is hope. Fullstop offers a firm and helping hand, a way out of the nightmare.We will work closely with you. We will use all our experience and expertise to create a personal plan. We will arrange the best plan for you based on personal assessment, personal history and personal context.

If you would like to talk to us in complete confidence about yourself, a loved one or anyone about whom you are worried, please contact us by telephone on 

01747 825288 or 07786 608267 or by email here

For fast, effective help in reducing the impact of trauma on your life we are able to offer an intensive and personally constructed residential workshop. For further details please contact us directly. 

Addiction help-Counselling-EMDR & Trauma Therapy-Family support.

 

We have offices in Central London,  56 London Road Clinic, Milborne Port, Sherborne, and Gillingham, Dorset.

 

 

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Telephone us on
01747 825288 
07786 608267
 
Book now for a unique 4-day residential trauma-reduction workshop to be held in the beautiful Martinsell Centre in Wiltshire (see below for details).

If you want a helping hand call now to talk to us in strict confidence. Book a free 15 minute consultation.

 drawing

Come, come whoever you are
Wanderer, worshipper,
lover of leaving,
It doesn't matter.
Ours is not a caravan of despair.
Come if you have broken
your vow
A thousand times.
Come, come yet again, come

Mevlana Jelalu'ddin Rumi

 

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