Online Counselling For Alcoholism & Drug Addictions | Shoreditch London

We are a small team of award-winning addictions, drug, alcohol, and substance misuse professionals who have been inspired by our own experiences to help others start and succeed in their own addiction recovery journey.


Our aim at My Recovery Space, is to build strong, collaborative bonds with every client, helping them re-gain control, initiate action and take gentle steps towards positive, lasting change.

 

Alcohol & Drug Counsellor Mark Franklin With Addiction Recovery Coach Deborah Levy. Co-founders of My Recovery Space.

Online Drug & Alcohol Counsellor | North, East London | Addiction Counselling

Mark Franklin (S.A.C.Dip, FADP)


Well established in the field of private addiction therapy over the last eight years, Mark has had helped hundrerds of people with drug, alcohol or gambling problems.

 

He has had extensive training from some of the best addiction specialists in the country with experience treating clients in residential rehab, psychiatric hospital wards, detox units and day programmes. He has worked with leading drug and alcohol services and charities in West London and Yorkshire. Mark also runs a private addictions counseling clinic in North Leeds.
 
He utilises a combination of approaches that include C.B.T, (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), R.E.B.T, (Rational Emotive Behavioural Therapy) Memory Reconsolidation and Person-Centred Therapies alongside relaxation techniques/mindfulness and practical up to date neuroscientific evidence-based advice. 

 

Diploma in drug and alcohol misuse counselling


Fully enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checked.


​Accredited Member of The Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners (FDAP). Membership number 2315.


Award for best counselling services in the North in 2020
 

Mark says " Around eight years ago, when I needed help with an alcohol problem I struggled to find a counsellor that offered only addiction counselling or specialist addictions counselling.

 

I was living in West London at the time, searching for addiction counsellors or alcohol counselling services but most of the therapists I talked to suggested I just go to AA (Alcoholics Anonymous)".

"I had just come out of a 3-month recovery program and I was looking for alcoholism counselling help in the Hammersmith and Chiswick areas, but apart from the local drug and alcohol services and AA, there was little else. I made a promise to myself that in the future I would try to give people, who were searching for help with alcohol or drug problems a chance to connect with trained addiction counsellors who understood, and who had been through similar problems. I now help people to get to the root of their addictive cycles and their drug or alcohol problems every day. I'm proud and happy to be doing so !"

Deborah Levy (S.A.C.Dip, FADP)


With a well-established and successful career in the private sector, Deborah, inspired by her own successful recovery journey, made the decision to refocus her skills and experience to help others suffering from addictions to navigate their way to long-term recovery.


Deborah works to a client-centred, collaborative, neuroscience-based recovery approach.
In the last ten years, she has been involved with well-known mental health, drug and alcohol services in the Yorkshire region working with people from a diverse range of backgrounds and communities.

 

Diploma in drug and alcohol misuse counselling


Certificate in Counselling and Psychotherapy


Fully enhanced DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) checked.


​Accredited Member of The Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners (FDAP). Membership number 2453.

Debs says "My drinking started out as the 'wine o'clock' antidote to the stresses and strains of everyday life. My alcohol use soon got out of hand without me even realising it! I felt hopeless, guilty and full of shame; why couldn't I just drink like 'normal' people? Why couldn't I drink in moderation? Why did I always let myself down and get drunk?

 

Making the decision to get help was a life-affirming milestone however finding a reasonably priced, flexible and practical addiction recovery programme to help me achieve and maintain sobriety proved an enormous challenge.  I didn't want group treatment through organisations such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or SmartRecovery , I didn't want or need rehab for my early stage alcohol addiction. I just wanted to talk to someone who understood what I was going through and who could give me the tools and support to help me chart my own course to long-lasting sobriety. 

 

Like Mark, I feel passionate about helping others suffering with a drug or alcohol addiction. Sobriety is a truly wonderful gift, the gift that keeps on giving in all sorts of surprising and wonderful ways.

 

Get in touch, we truly understand and are here to help you".

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