Take Control of Your Drinking. Skip the Waiting Room.
We are the country’s largest provider of online treatment with the Sinclair Method (TSM) for Alcohol Use Disorders.
SINCLAIR METHOD PROGRAM
Unlike 12-step programs that require complete abstinence, the Sinclair Method (TSM) allows you to drink alcohol, as long as you take Naltrexone prior to drinking.
Use the convenient online calendar to book your Initial Evaluation.
Meet with your provider online to discuss your drinking, medical history, and determine if Naltrexone is appropriate for you.
Pick Up Prescription
After your visit, your prescriptions will be sent electronically to the pharmacy of your choice within 24 hours.
Keep Drinking Log
Scientific approaches require data, so you’ll want to track your progress as carefully as possible.
Most patients see their provider monthly at first, but as improvements are made, you can be seen every 2 to 3 months. If you need more services, you can make an appointment 24/7 with our online calendar.
Alcohol use can cause damage to your liver and may deplete vitamins and minerals, so we order blood work to your local laboratory to make sure you’re in good overall health.
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ONLINE TELEHEALTH SERVICES
We provide secure online appointments to residents of the following states:
Our knowledgeable and experienced recovery coaches Karen Dion and Denise Joseph will help you find strategies to ensure compliance with TSM protocol, navigate personal challenges, and discover a new way of living free from problematic drinking.
Karen is a National Board Certified Health & Wellness Coach, a Licensed Addiction Counselor, and a SMART Recovery Facilitator. She received her Health & Wellness Coach training from the Wellcoaches School of Coaching, and went on to earn her certification as a Health & Wellness Coach from the National Board for Health & Wellness coaching.
Regardless of the unique natures of their issues, Denise believes that people who have come to actively desire change are motivated by a nagging suspicion that living day-to-day, with a sense of contentment, purpose and peace, is not just an aspirational ideal but an attainable reality that is entirely possible for them.