Ehsas Clinic: Addiction and Psychological Treatment Center

Ehsas Clinic: Addiction and Psychological Treatment Center Ehsas Clinic: Addiction and Psychological treatment center is a place where pain is met with compass That's why we're here at The Ehsas Clinic.

Ehsas Clinic: Pakistan’s premier drug, alcohol and psychological treatment centre. If you're reading this right now, you may feel a sense of shame in your addiction and we understand. You were giving it all you could to maintain a life that has become unmanageable. Although you have those feelings of helplessness, shame, and guilt, what matters now is you are on the verge of changing the course of

your life by coming to Ehsas Clinic: Addiction and Psychological Treatment center and that's something for which to have immense gratitude. Our staff understands that people try to rid themselves of alcohol and drug dependency, by themselves and have not been able to do so. Our professionals and treatment modalities will put you on a new path to rid yourself of addiction and resolve issues in your life that have been buried for years. When we see the transformations in self-esteem, dignity, and self-respect that take place with our clients on a daily basis, it is most rewarding for each and everyone of our treatment team. If you or a loved one is locked in bo***ge from the dependency to prescription drugs, street drugs, alcohol, addictive behaviors, failed family relationships, or treatable psychological disorders, let the professionals of The Ehsas Clinic help end your feelings of shame, guilt, and hopelessness. Accept our invitation and start healing the suffering you've been experiencing and end the cravings you've endured for far too long. We have experienced, compassionate, and caring people standing by who are ready to answer your inquiries and coordinate your admission. At The Ehsas Clinic: Addiction and Psychological Treatment center, when we treat the underlying psychological disorders and the symptoms of addiction, we live by the creed that "one size DOES NOT fit all." The bottom line is we provide treatment modalities that work for you or your loved one. At Ehsas Clinic, we provide individual, one-on-one therapy with renowned therapists who are fully versed in treating the underlying causes and conditions of your addiction. Our therapists and doctors will assist you by providing the necessary tools to manage your life and address the issues that have plagued you. Once we have successfully treated the causes of your addiction, the likelihood of you remaining free from drugs and alcohol increase exponentially. You may be experiencing some of these underlying causes or treatable psychological disorders which include post traumatic stress, relationship difficulties, family problems, chronic relapse, low-self esteem, depression, lethargy, anxiety, loss, irrational fears, loss of loved ones, trauma, migraine headaches, sleeplessness, insomnia, emotional and physical pain, chemical imbalance, lack of enthusiasm, failure, work pressure, lack of purpose, and legal difficulties. There are many more issues that we help our clients discover and heal, but those are some of the most common. Ehsas Clinic: Addiction and Psychological Treatment center provides individualized treatment for the following addictions, mental health issues :

Drug Addiction:
Ni****ne Addiction
Co***ne Addiction
Op**te Addiction
He**in Addiction
Caffeine Addiction
Prescription Drug Addiction
Ma*****na Addiction
Alcohol Addiction

Trauma & Abuse
Eating Disorders
Anxiety/Panic Disorders
Weight Management - emotional/comfort/binge and ongoing support services
Body Image/Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Personal, Business & Performance Confidence problems
Motivation and Drive Loss
Anxiety and Stress problems
Severe confidence issues
Sport Performance problems


this is official page and u can get every information from here

just comment :D


January 21
Unity And Uniformity
" Unity is a must in Narcotics Anonymous."
Basic Text p. 60
Unity is not uniformity. Unity springs from the fact that we have unity of purpose-to recover, and to help others stay clean. Even so, we often find that while we strive to fulfill the same purpose, our means and methods may be radically different.
We can't impose our ideas of unity on others or confuse unity with uniformity. In fact, a big attraction of the NA program is the absence of uniformity. Unity springs from our common purpose, not from standards imposed on the group by a few well-meaning members. A group that has the unity which springs from the loving hearts of its members allows each addict to carry the message in his or her own unique way.
In our dealings with each other in NA, we sometimes disagree rather vocally. We must remember that the details of how we get things done isn't always important, so long as we keep our focus on the group's primary purpose. We can watch members who vehemently disagree over trivial things pull together when a newcomer reaches out for help. Someone was there for us when we got to the rooms of NA. Now it is our turn to be there for others. We need unity to help show the newcomer that this way of life works.
Just for today: I will strive to be a part of unity. I know that unity does not equal uniformity.


D E N I A L = Don’t Even Notice I Am Lying
~*~*~*~*~*^ Just For Today! ^*~*~*~*~*~


Year 1: "Aware" that...Taking "STEPS"...Daily...Lead To..."FREEDOM"


The best way I know to defeat fear, is to stare it down right in the face, look the fear in the eyes.


To view fullscreen, right click and click open image in new tab!


WHAT IS MA*****NA? Ma*****na is the word used to describe the dried flowers, seeds and leaves of the Indian h**p plant. On the street, it is called by many other names, such as: astro turf, bhang, dagga, dope, g***a, grass, h**p, home grown, J, Mary Jane, pot, re**er, roach, Texas tea and w**d.


AA Step 1
"We admitted we were powerless over alcohol and that our lives had become unmanageable."
The first step of AA is to admit that you have a problem. Those who are not ready to admit to a problem may not be able to seek the help they need, and they may be more likely to return to drinking. Accepting that a problem exists and facing it may be difficult, but it makes the person aware of it. Admitting it to other people enforces the issue.

AA Step 2
"Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity."
Many programs focus on participants having hope and faith that they will return to a healthy state. These programs may involve God, spirituality and meditation in the healing process. Not all programs focus on religion, however.

AA Step 3
"Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him."
AA is not strictly a Christian organization. Different groups work with different types of spirituality and religions, and choosing the right one can help participants feel more comfortable and accepted.

AA Step 4
"Made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves."
A major step that happens after admitting a problem is admitting to your faults. Each participant in the program has to look at his past and present situations and determine any faults that he has. By admitting to these problems, the group and the individual can try to fix them.

AA Step 5
"Admitted to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs."
Knowing what you have done wrong and admitting it are two very different things. Admitting past errors and wrongs to a group and receiving support to change your life is a part of AA that all participants go through.

AA Step 6
"Were entirely ready to have God remove all these defects of character."
Once you've admitted all the problems and faults of character, it is time to let go and accept that it is time to change. Accepting responsibility for the change is part of this step.

AA Step 7
"Humbly asked Him to remove our shortcomings."
Since a major part of most AA groups is spirituality, this step focuses on healing, prayer, meditation, hope and faith.

AA Step 8
"Made a list of all persons we had harmed and became willing to make amends to them all."
Sometimes, people come to AA thinking there is no way back from their current situations. But, that isn't always the case. By making a list of all the people harmed by the alcoholism and being willing to try to make amends, a participant is accepting responsibility and understanding what has been wrong in his life. This step is more about the planning and acceptance of making amends rather than completing the task.

AA Step 9
"Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others." In many cases, admitting you're wrong, apologizing and informing a person that you're getting help is enough to have that person's support. However, sometimes people have been seriously hurt or are in a position where an apology or trying to make amends would make a situation worse. Through the group, decisions can be made as to who will be best served by trying to make amends and who may be more hurt by it than anything else. For instance, drunk driving accidents may be something a person wants to apologize for, but not all people will be ready to hear an apology.

AA Step 10
"Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong, promptly admitted it."
A major part of the program is continuing to take responsibility for your actions. If you fall back into drinking, it's important to stop and admit it. Relapses are normal, and the group can be supportive while you're healing. Admitting trouble with quitting, or trouble with other parts of your life, are not signs of weakness. It is meant to help keep participants on track to a healthier lifestyle.

AA Step 11
"Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and he power to carry that out."
Whether or not a person is religious, this allows him to have quiet time where he can reflect on the day, what has happened recently and the things he needs to do to make his life better.

AA Step 12
"Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics and to practice these principles in all our affairs." Another serious aspect of the 12-step program is giving back to the community that has helped you to receive the treatment you needed. The main point of this is to help others seek help when they need it and sometimes to give a person someone else to feel responsible for, as this can help them focus on more positive aspects of life. Community service, aiding others and working with future AA groups are all normal choices for this step.


New studies show that the effects of ma*****na on young people may be greater than we thought. One has found brain differences even in casual smokers.


"Humankind is what it believes." Anton Chekhov
My miracle is that I now believe in me. I accept my addiction and do not resist or deny it. I believe I am an alcoholic, an overeater, a codependent, or an adult child of an alcoholic. My belief sets me free. For too long, I played the game of control, blaming, and bargaining-and I lost. I now surrender to the reality of who I am. I accept my disease and make choices based on my awareness. And it is getting better. My belief about addiction gives me insight into God and freedom. God loves me enough to give me choice, and with it comes responsibility. I am responsible for how I live with my addictions. Today I accept that responsibility.
What I believe reflects the God I believe in.


Never give up on anything. Miracles happen everyday.


Keep your thoughts positive, because your thoughts become your words. Keep your words positive, because your words become your behaviours. Keep your behaviours positive, because your behaviours become your habits. Keep your habits positive, because your habits become your values. Keep your values positive, because your values become your destiny.


At first, addiction is maintained by pleasure but the intensity of this pleasure gradually diminishes and the addiction is then maintained by the avoidance of pain. ~Frank Tallis~


Remember! You are always at peace when living in the present.


Today's meditation:
A new thought for this day of miracles…
We strive to know ourselves, yet we all have unsolved questions in our hearts. We don't need to answer them to achieve self-understanding; all we need do is accept them and understand ourselves as creatures with questioning hearts.
When we are ready to receive it, the answer will come within our grasp.
*'*May you find serenity and tranquility in a world you may not always understand.*'*


A moment of silence for the still sick and suffering alcoholic/addict. For the children, families and friends that have no say so in the matter. For all in need of prayer, I am shooting one up. Peace.


M**hamphetamine—meth for short—is a stimulant drug that is chemically similar to amphetamines.


When drugs enter the brain, they disturb its work and actually change how the brain performs its jobs. These changes can lead to addiction.


Caffeine is a stimulant drug. It’s even possible to be physically dependent on it.


One out of three people diagnosed with cancer also wind up struggling with a mental health disorder such as anxiety or depression.


Some people like to weigh every option even if it takes a long time, while others think “good enough” is good enough.


Neuropsychologist Krista Lisdahl, PhD, discusses the effects of regular ma*****na use among teenagers and young adults.


Scientists say that more research is needed before they can tell whether being hooked on a video game is actually an addiction.


M**hamphetamine—known as “meth”—is a very addictive stimulant drug.


Prenatal exposure to drugs can have long-term detrimental impact on the developing brain.



Lahore: 21-A Link Wahdat Road Lahore Pakistan. Ph: +92-42-37585327 & 8452158, 0301-8442915, 0300/4202915 Mirpur: 67-H Sector D-4 Main F-2 Road, Near UK Visa Section, Mirpur Azad Kashmir. Ph: +92-05827


Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Ehsas Clinic: Addiction and Psychological Treatment Center posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to Ehsas Clinic: Addiction and Psychological Treatment Center: