Are you asking yourself how to stop drinking? Are you experiencing alcohol withdrawal symptoms? Or are you concerned that a loved one may be suffering from alcoholism? Alcohol addiction is a disease, which if untreated will worsen and can even be life-threatening. Most sufferers cannot stop drinking without assistance. Find out more about the alcohol treatment we provide below. Visit our pages about alcohol withdrawal symptoms, alcoholism and its causes and the signs of alcoholism.
Our effective alcohol treatment
Everyone deserves a meaningful life. Triora offers a proven and highly effective private alcohol treatment programme to help you stop drinking, and stay sober. The Triora Model, our unique, holistic approach, includes a successful combination of medical and psychological treatments, in group sessions or through personal coaching.
From the moment you register with us you are never alone. Our professional, dedicated team are here to help you to take back control, in a pleasant environment where you do not need to feel embarrassed or ashamed. We strongly believe in working together - loved ones can also be involved in the process through our relationship and family counselling.
Our residential treatment takes place in the peaceful surroundings of our modern, private clinics in Alicante and Malaga, Spain. Outpatient treatment is also available via secure videoconferencing. Treatment can be provided in English or Spanish. We look forward to helping you start a new and fulfilling life free of alcohol.
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Alcohol facts and figures
- Globally, Europeans consume the most alcohol per head in the world.
- 1.6 million Spaniards (1.3 million men and 300,000 women) abuse alcohol.
- An estimated 11% of UK citizens (men and women) suffered from alcohol use disorders (including alcohol dependence and harmful use) in 2010*.
- An estimated 5.9% of UK citizens (men and women) suffered from alcohol dependence in 2010*.
- Worldwide, 61.7% of the population aged 15 and older had not drunk in the last 12 months.
*WHO global status report on alcohol and health, 2014.
Do I drink too much alcohol?
Take our alcohol self-test to find out more about the signs of alcoholism and whether you need to cut down, or stop altogether.