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ALCOHOL

Six steps to changing your drinking habits

AN ALCOHOL AWARENESS BOOKLET

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A6

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24

Price

£0.60 each
Changing your drinking habits

ALCOHOL

SIX STEPS TO CHANGING YOUR DRINKING HABITS


For many people, having a drink with friends is one of life’s pleasures. However, for others, the effects of alcohol can lead to a variety of problems.

This is because they drink too much, too often. Alternatively, they may drink too much in one session and risk harming themselves or people around them.

In this alcohol resource, we will follow the drinking habits of Lucy, Danny, Warren, Anna and Billy, consider their drinking patterns and if they need to make any changes. The Drinker’s Stories can help people assess their own drinking habits and help hem make decisions about their alcohol use.

They can use the drinks diary on the inside back page to record the number of alcoholic drinks they have throughout the week. Work out the total number of units they drink, and decide if you would benefit from cutting down. They can use the techniques in the six-step plan to support them make changes to their drinking habits.

This alcohol resource can be used in a brief advice setting or given to clients to encourage them to consider their drinking habits and support them to make changes.


changing your drinking habits

Size

A6

Pages

24

Price

£0.56 each


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