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Link to LDN Radio broadcast.

Bruce Rose, (Alcohol Recovery Scotland), has carried out a recording for a radio programme that was broadcast on 18th December 2019. Here is the direct link to the full broadcast. LDN Research Trust Radio. They are an organisation that supports the use and education on Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) for medical conditions such as ADHD, Autism, Parkinson’s tremors, autoimmune illnesses (ME, MS etc). LDN is a lower dosage of the same medication that we use for The Sinclair Method (TSM). 2-5mg instead of our dosage of 50mg. Click link below to listen to full broadcast.

Bruce Rose – 18th Dec 2019 from LDN Research Trust on Vimeo.

Alcohol Recovery Scotland carries out talk on LDN radio

Bruce Rose, (Alcohol Recovery Scotland), has carried out a recording for a radio programme that will be broadcast on 18th December 2019. It is for an organisation called LDN Research Trust that explains the benefits for Lose Dose Naltrexone for autoimmune illnesses, certain cancers, in fact, Bruce also heard the other day it is beneficial for as many as 200 plus different diseases. Bruce was able to speak about The Sinclair Method and how it is successful in over 78% of cases with AUD, (Alcohol Use Disorder), and how he is promoting this in Scotland.

LDN logo

A link to the radio station and LDN speakers can be found here.

Alcohol Recovery Scotland is moving into the corporate market

Alcohol Recovery Scotland is now stepping into the corporate market as well as continuing to work with private clients. Our goal is to help and support individuals via their companies and we have had a very positive response from employers already. Good to see that many companies are keen to support staff struggling and help them get back on an even keel.

Is wine a problem for you?

We are currently working with many individuals from many walks of life. Our biggest client base at the moment is those struggling with their wine intake. Do you feel as if your ‘off’ button does not work?

If you are feeling that one glass of wine leads to two, leads to ………….. then please contact us via our Contact form and we can chat things over. There is a solution.

Claudia Christian coming to speak about The Sinclair Method (TSM) and how it saved her life.

Claudia Christian

Alcohol Recovery Scotland spoke with Claudia Christian last Friday who has agreed to come to Scotland and give a few talks about The Sinclair Method (TSM), how it works and why it has had such a high success rate. Claudia, a Hollywood actress, known for her role as Commander Susan Ivanova, on the science fiction television series Babylon 5, successfully beat her addiction to alcohol using TSM. Watch her TEDx talk on our How the Program works Page

Claudia has made appearances in Dallas; The A-Team; Murder, She Wrote; Highlander, The Series; NYPD Blue; Criminal Minds; The Mentalist and NCIS to name a few. Claudia campaigns tirelessly to promote The Sinclair Method all over the world and we look forward to her coming to Scotland to promote TSM and help save many more lives. Watch this space for upcoming dates and venues for these events and get in touch if you want to know more via our contact page or click the button on the left.

Meeting with local SNP Councillor

Bruce Rose
Bruce Rose

We are pleased to announce that yesterday, Wednesday 4th September, Bruce Rose from Alcohol Recovery Scotland met with Cllr. Karl Rosie an SNP councillor for Thurso and North West Caithness. They discussed the current issues regarding alcohol recovery and the ways forward for helping people caught in addiction.

In the Highlands, there is only one, six-bed residential unit with a 6-month waiting list. Bruce spoke to Cllr. Rosie about Alcohol Recovery Scotland and how their model was very sustainable and about the higher than average success rate.

Cllr. Rosie is the Chairperson for Caithness Alcohol and Drug Forum and they discussed the possibility of Bruce speaking at their next event and sharing his vision on how Alcohol Recovery Scotland aims to work with hundreds of individuals all over Scotland who are struggling with alcohol use disorder (AUD).

Saving lives, supporting families and changing perceptions on addiction

Yet another client has completed our Programme

Another client has successfully gone through our program and is now standing on solid ground.

Bruce Rose from Alcohol Recovery Scotland says ‘it is so rewarding working with people who come to us initially, struggling with their alcohol intake. We work with them through the program and to see them come out the other end with a successful result is fantastic’.
Alcohol Recovery Scotland is looking at expanding our project in the very near future.

Watch this space for further news.

Spreading our wings

Spreading our wings

Alcohol Recovery Scotland is about to step up our vision and spread our wings further afield thanks to new funding and a dream to see our programme rolled out all over Scotland. Alcohol addiction is impacting too many individuals, families and other relationships. Our pioneering model has a very high success rate and we want to reach as many people impacted by this illness as possible.

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Saving lives, supporting families and changing perceptions on addiction.

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Another client has completed our Programme

In Scottish Gaelic, the word for hope is dochas. We are pleased to announce that another client has successfully completed our programme and is now living a life with no craving, which removes the very high risk of relapse and allows another individual the complete freedom to announce “I used to be an alcoholic”!

Saving lives, supporting families and changing perceptions on addiction.

Alcohol Recovery Scotland is pioneering a recovery model with a 78% success rate. Please get in touch for further details. Fill out our contact form on the website.

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