We treat addiction as a chronic disease understanding that self-control alone will not solve the problem. It is not about being strong or weak; addiction is a progressive disease of the brain that almost always gets worse in the long term. Continued substance abuse generally results in the body building a tolerance, which leads the user to increase both the dosage of the substance in question and the frequency with which they take it.

With specialist help this downward spiral can be stopped but the need for help must be acknowledged in first place. Once this happens it is possible to start on the road to rehabilitation and with continued support to make a full recovery.

YOU CAN QUIT FOR LIFE
WITH THE RIGHT HELP

We treat addiction as a chronic disease understanding that self-control alone will not solve the problem. It is not about being strong or weak; addiction is a progressive disease of the brain that almost always gets worse in the long term. Continued substance abuse generally results in the body building a tolerance, which leads the user to increase both the dosage of the substance in question and the frequency with which they take it.

With specialist help this downward spiral can be stopped but the need for help must be acknowledged in first place. Once this happens it is possible to start on the road to rehabilitation and with continued support to make a full recovery.
 

UNDERSTANDING TREATMENT

An unfortunate belief held by many people is that a person can simply stop taking the substance to which they are addicted or stop engaging in the destructive behaviour through an act of willpower alone. Most people do not understand the complexity of addiction, it is a disease affecting the brain and to simply stop is rarely possible.
 

If you or a person close to you is battling addiction, it is important to know help is available. Don’t allow misunderstanding addiction stop you from getting the necessary help to beat it.

 

WORKING TOGETHER

We have found that the most successful treatment programmes are those that include the client in the decision-making process from the very start. Our clients have a say in the delivery of their personal recovery programme. Beating addiction is a collaborative process between the addict and those who wish to help them on their journey of recovery.

Call us in Dublin on 016991369 or in London on 08458621077; email us on info@onestepclinic.com today to find out how we can help you make a complete and lasting recovery.


BELIEVE YOU CAN
AND YOU'RE HALFWAY THERE

UNDERSTANDING TREATMENT
An unfortunate belief held by many people is that a person can simply stop taking the substance to which they are addicted or stop engaging in the destructive behaviour through an act of willpower alone. Most people do not understand the complexity of addiction, it is a disease affecting the brain and to simply stop is rarely possible.
If you or a person close to you is battling addiction, it is important to know help is available. Don’t allow misunderstanding addiction stop you from getting the necessary help to beat it.

WORKING TOGETHER
We have found that the most successful treatment programmes are those that include the client in the decision-making process from the very start. Our clients have a say in the delivery of their personal recovery programme. Beating addiction is a collaborative process between the addict and those who wish to help them on their journey of recovery.
Call us in Dublin on 016991369 or in London on 08458621077; email us on info@onestepclinic.com today to find out how we can help you make a complete and lasting recovery.

 

FIND OUT TODAY
WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER

The goal of every treatment programme offered by the One Step Clinic is to begin the journey of recovery, minimise risk of relapse and to improve the quality of your life. This is achieved by providing specialist medical care in a discreet outpatient setting.

 

 

GET IN TOUCH WITH US
BOOK AN APOINTMENT

Submit an appointment request online or call us in London on 0845 8621077 or in Dublin 01 6991369

 

 

BELIEVE YOU CAN
AND YOU'RE HALFWAY THERE