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Compassionate Drug and Alcohol Counselling
at iflow Psychology

Transform Your Journey to Recovery


Substance use can feel like paddling against the current and getting nowhere.


Drug and Alcohol Counselling Services: Comprehensive Support for Substance Abuse

Are you or someone you know struggling with drug and alcohol addiction? Our drug and alcohol counselling services are here to provide the professional support and guidance you need. At iflow psychology, we understand the challenges and complexities of substance abuse, and our experienced team of psychologists is dedicated to helping individuals overcome addiction and achieve lasting recovery.

iflow Psychology's Approach

We offer a comprehensive and evidence-based approach to drug and alcohol counselling, tailored to meet the unique needs of each individual. Our highly skilled psychologists combine their expertise with a compassionate and non-judgmental approach, creating a safe and supportive environment for clients to address their addiction issues.

Services iflow Psychology Provides

Assessment and Evaluation

Our initial assessment process allows us to gain a thorough understanding of your substance abuse history, personal circumstances, and treatment goals. This assessment helps us develop a personalized treatment plan that suits your specific needs.

Individual Counselling

Our one-on-one counselling sessions provide a confidential space for you to explore the underlying causes of your addiction, develop coping strategies, and work towards sustainable recovery. Our psychologists use evidence-based therapies to address addiction and related mental health issues.

Family Counselling

Substance abuse affects not only the individual but also their loved ones. Our family counselling services aim to improve communication, rebuild trust, and foster healthier relationships within the family unit. We provide education, support, and guidance to family members, helping them navigate the challenges associated with addiction.

Relapse Prevention

Achieving long-term recovery requires developing effective strategies to prevent relapse. Our relapse prevention program equips clients with the necessary tools and skills to identify triggers, manage cravings, and make healthier choices, reducing the risk of relapse.

How to Get Started

Taking the first step towards recovery is crucial, and we are here to support you throughout the process. To access our drug and alcohol counselling services, you can reach out to our friendly administrative team at [Phone Number] or visit our website to book an appointment online.

Why Choose iflow Psychology

Experienced and Qualified Professionals

Our team of psychologists specializes in addiction counselling and possesses extensive experience in supporting individuals with substance abuse issues.

Personalised Approach

We recognise that each person's journey is unique, and our treatment plans are customized to meet individual needs, ensuring the best chance of successful recovery.

Confidentiality and Privacy

We adhere to strict ethical standards, ensuring utmost confidentiality and privacy throughout the counselling process.

Evidence-Based Therapies

Our drug and alcohol counselling services are rooted in evidence-based therapeutic approaches that have shown effectiveness in treating addiction.

Convenient Options

We offer in-person counselling at our psychology clinic, as well as telehealth and telephone counselling services, providing flexibility and accessibility for clients.

Take the first step towards a healthier and happier life. Contact iflow psychology today to access our professional drug and alcohol counselling services. Regain control and embark on your journey to recovery with our expert support.

Book an Appointment Today with iflow Psychology to Begin Your Path to a Healthier Life!

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02 6061 1144

iflow Psychology

48 Norton Street.

Leichhardt, NSW, 2040


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