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  • Psychotherapist One on One , Group Work
    I specialise in Abuse - Emotional abuse - Sexual abuse - Alcoholism - Drugs   and 12 other disorders
    Welcome to Work Love and Play. Based Melbourne Australia, I  offer psychotherapy/counselling services.  My area of expertise and training are in alcohol  & drug issues, death &... read more
      AUBURN, VIC 3123   &   CARLTON NORTH, VIC 3054
  • I am passionate about helping my clients to clear trauma and all limitations.
    I specialise in Abuse - Drug abuse - Emotional abuse - Physical abuse - Sexual abuse  
  • I have one year experience, so am still fairly new
    I specialise in Abortion - Abuse - Emotional abuse - Physical abuse - Sexual abuse  
  • confidential, evidence based counselling and treatment.
    I specialise in Abortion - Abuse - Drug abuse - Emotional abuse - Physical abuse  
  • I specialise in anxiety treatment using a range of approaches. I also work with couples to create ha
    I specialise in Emotional abuse - Physical abuse - Sexual abuse - Addiction(s) - Alcoholism  
  • Twenty five years experience working with individuals, couples and families. Addictions and Mood Dis
    I specialise in Abuse - Drug abuse - Emotional abuse - Physical abuse - Addiction(s)  

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Find psychologists, counsellors and other therapists that can help with alcoholism

Alcohol addiction affects people from all walks of life.

Alcohol can be an addictive substance. Not everyone who consumes alcohol will become addicted. However, certain people may be more susceptible to addiction.

Being addicted to alcohol, sometimes called being an alcoholic, means that you have a physical dependency on alcohol. There are changes that happen in the brain of someone who drinks a lot of alcohol which makes them have physical withdrawals if they don’t drink.

Find psychologists, counsellors and other therapists that can help with alcoholism