16th October 2018

New Workshop for Families of Addicts

New Workshop for Families of Addicts     The Haynes Clinic is delighted to be offering a one-day workshop each month, tailored specifically to help the families of addicted loved ones.   Co-dependency is a learned behaviour that causes sufferers to ignore their own needs. Meanwhile, they can constantly try […]
23rd February 2017

What is the Success Rate of the Haynes Clinic?

What is the Success Rate of the Haynes Clinic? This is a question I am often asked and understandably people want to know what are the chances of the person coming to drug or alcohol rehab treatment getting and staying well. There are a number of answers I can give. […]
17th June 2014

Abuse of Over the Counter Medication

Abuse of Over the Counter Medication In the past there was a limit to the substances that could have been abused or experimented with. During the so called ‘hippy’ era marijuana and other hallucinogenic drugs, such as LSD were popularly used. Widening the spectrum of drug abuse. Furthermore, the seventies […]
24th September 2013

If you are a Mother who Drinks too much, Read On…

If you are a Mother who Drinks too much, Read On… Growing up as a child with an alcoholic parent was difficult and I was full of fear. My mother was an alcoholic from when I was very young. This made me feel very different as a child from other […]
9th September 2013

Families, Alcoholism and Addiction

Families, Alcoholism and Addiction Alcoholism and addiction are diseases that affect every member of the family. When there is alcohol/substance abuse in the family home it affects everyone, not just the alcoholic/addict. Alcoholism/addiction is often said to be a family disease due to the effects it has on all the family. When […]
2nd September 2013

What are Benzodiazepine and What Do They Do?

What are Benzodiazepine and What Do They Do? Benzodiazepine is a psychoactive drug, pharmacologically used to treat anxiety, insomnia, alcohol withdrawals and seizures. This is due to its sedative, sleep inducing and anti-anxiety and muscle relaxant effects. When used under professional medical care, benzodiazepines are safe and effective on a […]
30th July 2013

Treatment Methods for Women

Treatment Methods for Women Addiction to drugs is a serious, chronic, and relapsing health problem for both women and men of all ages and backgrounds. Among women, however, drug abuse may present different challenges to health, may progress differently, and may require different treatment approaches. It is possible for drug-dependent women, […]