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Prescription Medication Dependence

Counselling and therapy for Prescription Medication Dependence

Many prescribed drugs can make a patient become dependent and addicted to using them.

Conditions which tend to become associated with prescription medication dependency include chronic pain (back pain and particularly recurrent headaches), sleep problems, bowel symptoms, anxiety, and elderly agitation or management problems.

How Can I Start Treatment?

By calling our counselling team on 0203 326 9160. We will recommend one of our clinical team who specialise in prescription medication dependency.

Treatment starts with an initial meeting, in which you will chat with one of our counsellors. If you decide that you are comfortable with your counsellor and that you can speak with them easily, you will start to work with them on your plan for recovery.

Calls to us are completely confidential.

Treatment for Prescription Medication Dependency

It is important to seek guidance from a medical health professional if an individual believes they have become addicted to prescribed medication as unsupervised withdrawal can trigger other symptoms like depression, anxiety, insomnia and other physical issues.

Obviously prescription medication dependency tends to be associated with a doctor starting the ball rolling by prescribing such drugs in the first place, and so the predicament is complicated by a difficult relationship with doctors arising from this past problem. Our experts have a lot of experience in negotiating the client through this landmine, and building the necessary trust which leads to recovery.

Read more about which medications can lead to addiction.

How can we help?

Clinical Partners have a team of Psychiatrists, Psychologists, Psychotherapists and Counsellors who are experienced in the treatment of Prescription Medication Dependency and will be able to offer full support and advice for you and your family.

We also can support you if you feel that you are suffering from related depression or other issues which can be connected including: Panic Attacks and Anxiety and alcohol and substance abuse.

By calling our Admissions Counsellor on 0203 326 9160 you will be able to talk in confidence about your situation and we can recommend a specialist to assist you.

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