Alcoholism Rehab Treatment: It’s YOUR Decision

“At first, it was just a couple of pints on a Friday night after work. Then it all kind of snowballed.”

It all kind of snowballed… Hmm, the abdication of responsibility in that statement is typical of an alcoholic who is in denial; not denial about how much they regularly drink, but refutation about how their alcohol consumption somehow grew to an excessive level, and there was absolutely nothing that they could have done about it – it just sort of ‘happened’.

But becoming an alcoholic doesn’t just happen; the person with the addiction to alcohol makes a choice every time they:

  • Stay another hour in the pub
  • Stop by an off licence to pick up a few cans or that “essential” bottle of wine that they “desperately” need, even though they hadn’t even known there was an off licence en route to their intended destination!
  • Are in the supermarket and ‘accidently’ find themselves in the beer and wine section grabbing a couple of bargains, when on their shopping list alcohol is nowhere to be seen amongst items such as bread, milk, eggs, kitchen roll, cat litter and lottery tickets etc.
  • Have a second bottle of wine with their meal on a night out with their partner, family or maybe their friends or work colleagues

Every single alcohol purchase is based on a decision. And, by the same token, decision making is the key to beating alcoholism. Despite the pleading of family and friends (for the alcoholic to seek help for their addiction), only the drinker themselves can make the decision to go to a Rehab Clinic (they usually have to hit rock bottom).

* There are Rehab Clinics in Surrey, Hampshire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Dorset, Scotland and at other locations across the UK.

About Rehab Treatment options
If you are addicted to alcohol and want to beat it, at a Private Clinic a specifically-tailored treatment programme can be formulated for you that could include all or some of the following modules (depending upon your particular needs):

  • Detox
  • Medication
  • Psychotherapy (both group and individual)
  • CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
  • 12-Steps Abstinence-Based Therapy
  • Nutritional Support


  • Family Support
  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Relapse Prevention, and even an
  • Aftercare Programme



I could not stop drinking, having tried various methods. After making contact with Rehab Treatment UK I was put at ease immediately. All my options were carefully explained and 2 days later admitted to Rehab. Without the speedy response I would probably still be drinking today, Already, the home is a happier place. Thank you Jane for starting the process for a life of sobriety.
B. Middlesex

Thank you to Rehab Treatment UK and everyone at the Clinic that was involved in my Detox. It has been hard, but the fun everyone has made it, helped to make it easier.
S. Hull