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Addiction is a complex condition characterized by compulsive engagement in a substance or activity despite the negative consequences it may have on an individual’s life, health, relationships, or overall well-being. Although many people associate addiction issues with alcohol or drug use, a person can become addicted to any substance or activity that provides a thrill or ‘high’. If you feel physically or psychologically dependent on seeking that ‘high’ despite the harmful impact it has on your day-to-day functioning or health, you may be suffering from an addiction.

Some of the symptoms of addiction include:

Excessive use

Inability to manage everyday life without the substance or activity

Change in performance

Mood swings



Escalating financial problems

Substance misuse refers to repetitive use of a substance in a way that is damaging for an individual and can lead to dependence on a substance. Dependence involves developing a tolerance for the substance over time and going through withdrawal symptoms without it. Examples of substances that are often misused include:







Club drugs



Prescription Medications


Behavioral addictions occur when behaviors are used excessively to help the person cope with difficult thoughts and feelings. Examples of addictive behaviors include:

  • Compulsive Eating
  • Compulsive shopping
  • Gambling
  • Pornography
  • Internet use (online gaming, social media,etc)


If you feel that the above applies to you, you may benefit from counselling to help you battle your addiction.


Which therapies might help me?

  • Cognitive-behavioral counselling (CBT)
  • Dialectical behavior counselling (DBT)
  • Schema counselling (ST)

All the psychologists at Hypoworry Online Counselling have received training to provide specialist therapies for addictions. They can provide support and guidance through our online platform, making counselling accessible and convenient for those seeking help with addiction issues.


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