People with a long-term dependence on benzodiazepines may find it difficult to stop taking benzodiazepines. Attempts to discontinue use of these drugs often result in withdrawal symptoms and fast relapse. Therefore, a gradual reduction of usage is recommended over an abrupt stop.
If you or someone you loved one is finding it hard to successfully taper off benzodiazepines, please know that help is available. Contact us, our specialist practitioner can help you overcome an addiction to benzodiazepines and concerns.
We offer two types of therapy services, the first is Therapy 300 that is a face to face service, you will receive a tailored assessment and recovery support plan, ongoing support from a specialist practitioners, counselling and group therapy. We also offer advocacy service, liaising on your behalf with your GP and health services. This service is available for people who can attend Gloucester House at Southmead Hospital.
Our second service is a Telephone Support Service which is talking therapy, you will receive a tailored assessment and recovery support plan, weekly counselling for 20-30 minutes,and a listening support service.
Please read about each service, for more information talk to our friendly team on 0117 9663629 or email firstname.lastname@example.org