Unhappy with your alcohol or drug use?

by Handy Mag

Are you concerned about substance use, either your own or someone you care about?

Qualified and experienced from working in the NHS centre of excellence addiction services for 20 years, Sally Neal has been running her own practice in the centre of York for the past two years.

Sally offers 1:1 sessions to explore your current circumstances with a view to helping you decide what you want to change and how you are going to do it. Couple or family sessions are also available, to help restore communication and relationships to help support the process of change. Substance use problems can be experienced in many different forms and it isn’t always as you might imagine. The bottom line is how you feel about it and if it is causing you problems with health, confidence, relationships, work or just how you feel about yourself, now may well be a good time to get in touch.

With a background in evidence-based addiction therapies as well as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Sally began learning and practicing Social, Behaviour and Network Therapy (SBNT) back in 2007 and is also trained in Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET). She has since supervised junior practitioners in these therapies. Typically, a combination of these approaches inform her current approach to help people make changes, as well as help address other underlying difficulties related to mental health or social problems.

Alongside the therapy, Sally also has a training portfolio. She provides training to practitioners working in addiction treatment services and students who are studying health and social care programmes. Collaborations past and present include Leeds Beckett University, Hull University, The University of Leeds, and Bradford University.

Sally is a member of Addiction Professionals as an Advanced Practitioner and is committed to their standards and code of conduct https://www.addictionprofessionals.org.uk/advanced-practitioner-sally-neal

If you would like an informal chat, either visit the website https://addictionstherapy.uk or call or message on 07883 016294.

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