Self-Assessments: Alcohol and Problem Drinking


If you answered yes to more than 2 or 3 questions, your responses suggest that alcohol could be a real problem for you, and that your drinking is consistent with most definitions of alcohol addiction and problem drinking.

Good on you for being so courageous, and really taking an honest look at your drinking behaviour. We know you will have heard it before, but it is true that admitting your problem, even if only to yourself, is the first and most vital step you can take toward creating the change you want in your life.

The next step happens when you talk about your problem with another person. Seeking professional help is your best chance to address the issues you face in dealing with alcohol addiction, and to find a new way of living without needing alcohol.

At South Pacific Private we specialise in the integrated medical, psychiatric, and psychotherapeutic treatment of addictions such as this. The treatment program is evidence based with a comprehensive and holistic approach to addressing the underlying core issues, trauma, and family dynamics that may have fuelled the development of your alcohol addiction.

We invite you to phone our experienced team to have a free private and confidential discussion about whether you may benefit from the programs we offer at South Pacific Private.

Please phone us on 1800 063 332 or get in touch below.

South Pacific Private is here to help when you or someone you love experiences difficulties with addictions, trauma or with mental health concerns such as depression and anxiety.

Find out if you have a problem

The goal of our self-tests is not to provide you with a diagnosis for yourself or for someone you care about. Instead, they are an opportunity for you to better understand how a behaviour might be impacting upon your life or the life of your family. Use these tests to enhance your awareness of what the problem might be. These tests should be answered honestly in order to provide accurate insight and are a chance for you to reflect upon the current situation.


Find out if you have a problem.
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