Online clinic on drink awareness 2014

08-15Dec2014

From 8 - 15 December 2014 NHS Choices and talkhealth teamed up to present an Online Clinic on Drink Awareness.  The clinic is now only open for viewing.

Go to this Online Clinic
The clinic is an online forum, please contact us if you’re unsure how it works!

Clinical experts answered questions about issues surrounding drinking habits, as well as offering advice on safe drinking, binge drinking, alcohol and pregnancy, alcohol and young people, and alcohol dependence treatment and you can read the questions and answers in this clinic by clicking the blue ‘Go to this Online Clinic’ button above.

Please also check our list of future clinic dates here.

Medical Experts

  • Liz Burns

    Public Health Development Advisor-Alcohol, Manchester Mental Hea...

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  • Mark Dempster

    Psychotherapist and Drugs Counsellor

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  • Adam Eason

    Clinical & Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist

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  • Dr David Morton

    Consultant (Forensic) Psychiatrist and Expert Witness

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  • Alison Rodriguez

    Head of Service Community Alcohol Team and Brian Hore Unit, Manc...

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  • Sarah Turner

    Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and Addictions Counsellor

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  • Janine Ward

    Accredited Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

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ASSOCIATED CHARITIES

There are anumber of charities that are available to help you directly if you have any concerns about alcohol and its affect on your life.

ALCOHOL CONCERN: Are a small independent charity who are committed to reducing the harm caused by alcohol related problems. Alcohol Concern work throughout England and Wales advising people on the dangers of drinking too much. They also campaign at a national level to try and make a difference to the lives of people affected by alcohol. Visit ALCOHOL CONCERN to learn more.

DRINKAWARE: Work to reduce alcohol misuse and harm in the UK. They receive voluntary contributions from the drinks industry and major supermarkets. They proivde people with evidence based information about alcohol, and work with the medical community, third sector organisations and government and the drinks industry to achieve their goals. Visit DRINKAWARE to learn more.