Rehab 4 Alcoholism
211 Beaufort House,
94-98 Newhall Street,
All treatment providers we recommend are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) or Care Inspectorate.
At Rehab 4 Alcoholism, we have assembled an expert team of addiction and recovery specialists. Each of our team members are themselves in recovery, and so we deeply understand what those who seek out our help are going through.
I began my recovery story in 1999, after years of struggling with behavioural and substance misuse. However, my newfound recovery was short-lived, as I relapsed just six months later.
It took me another two years to get back into recovery. During this two-year period, I suffered a number of personal and professional setbacks. It was only once it was painful enough and hitting countless rock bottoms which provided the foundation I needed to spearhead my desire to sustain my recovery over the long term.
I’ve now been in recovery for seventeen years. This is an accomplishment which has definitely saved my life. I started Rehab 4 Alcoholism as a way to help others overcome addiction and find the same blessings that I have been given.
My life has developed in so many great ways over the last seventeen years, and I wish for others to share in the countless benefits derived from living in sobriety.
Lubna is our leading holistic therapist and clinician. She is a qualified nutritionist, yoga teacher and is a fully qualified massage therapist in a range of techniques from advanced Thai yoga massage, pregnancy massage, Reiki, deep tissue massage and myofascial techniques.
Lubna studied and qualified at CNM (College of Naturopathic Medicine) and is of the firm belief that food is medicine and with the right diet we are far less likely to develop poor physical and mental health and disease.
Lubna is an integral and core part of our clinical and holistic team. She carries out client and staff supervision and with her extensive experience, compassion and healing energy as helped thousands of our service users, introducing them to a way of living which has bought massive long term and life-changing health benefits to overall wellbeing and happiness.
Tim enjoys writing about addiction and recovery, this topic has personally affected him, fuelling his desire to help others. Tim has been in recovery for more than ten years. Tim worked away for many years across the UK, and this lifestyle was conducive to everyday drinking. Tim finally hit rock bottom in 2007, after a stint working away on an oil rig in Asia.
Tim has developed his expertise in a number of topics relating to addiction recovery. This includes 12-step work, and evidence-based treatments such as motivational interviewing and dialectical behavioural therapy.