Face To Face Addiction Assessments

Sometimes it is difficult to know whether you have a problem with drugs, alcohol or any other addiction. If you are concerned for yourself or a loved one then The Haynes Clinic are able to offer a face to face assessment to get to the crux of your issue and see whehter a rehab clinic is the right course of action for you.
At the Haynes Clinic we care for your wellbeing and make every effor to get you well

Speak to an Addiction Counsellor

The Haynes Clinic have a number of qualified and highly experienced addiction counsellor's at our rehab clinic. We are also able to offer face to face assessments by an addiction counsellor in a number of locations around the UK for individuals who, perhaps, live to far away from where we are based.Addiction can have a huge impact on your life and the lives of our friends and family. With many addictions spotting the early signs and taking preventative action can be very important before the addiction can really take a hold. Our counsellors are trained to spot the early signs of addiction and are able to give the the best advice on appropriate courses of action should they deem this to be necessary.

David Goodlad

Senior Counsellor


David is a senior counsellor with over 30 years' of experience. In these 30 years David has helped a huge range of people with a variety of different problems. Addiction is something that David has helped a vast number of people with and he has met people with a different severities of adiction. David is proud of is friendly approachable method of counselling but is also able to handle the very toughest of cases.

David has a number of qualifications including:

FRSPH – Fellow of the Royal Society for Public Health, Royal Society for Public Health

MA – Masters Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Victoria University of Manchester

RSAM BACP (Registered Senior Accredited Member) – Senior Accredited Practitioner, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy

You can view David's website here: Click Here