The Effective Way to Stop Drinking
Alcohol is one of the most seductive drugs available to us: it makes us feel relaxed, confident and content, although we may know we are none of those things. While heavy drinkers may be concerned about their habit, social and moderate drinkers may not wish to give up but may want to cut down or ensure that their drinking does not get out of hand. This sympathetic and authoritative book gives readers advice on how to assess whether they have a drinking problem and, if so, what to do about it. By examining the reasons why people drink and exploding the myths surrounding alcoholism, Beechy Colclough, himself a reformed alcoholic, suggests ways drinkers can change their attitudes and habits in order to move on.
- Paperback | 256 pages
- 01 Jan 2016
- Penguin Books Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
About Beechy Colclough
Beechy Colclough is a qualified and internationally respected therapist who has helped countless people from all sorts of backgrounds end their dependence on alcohol. He worked for several years at a treatment centre in Kent and now works with his wife in private practice in London, where he treats various forms of addiction and emotional problems.