The Vesta Approach is a confidential service that supports families and partners to recover from a loved one’s drug or alcohol use and improve their quality of life.

Find Out More...

Is someone you love having problems with alcohol or drugs?


Living with someone who is drug or alcohol dependent is incredibly difficult. Typically, your loved one is seen as needing as much support as possible. however, you, affected by their problematic use, are also in need of your own support.

The Vesta Approach is here to prioritise:

Your needs

Your future

Your happiness

Are they refusing to get help or admit they have a problem?

“I haven’t got a problem.”

“Everyone does it.”

“Get off my case.”

Sound familiar?

Do you think your loved one is using to block out pain?

Do they need alcohol or drugs to get through the day or to feel normal?

If the answer is yes to any of the above, I can help.

Have you tried to help but not getting anywhere?

What have you tried to stop your loved one using drugs or alcohol?


Policing or supervising?


Putting your own life on hold to care for them?

Covering up for them?

Making excuses?

You’re not alone!

The Vesta Approach supports families affected by a loved one’s drug or alcohol use.


The therapeutic, confidential programme will be offered online soon as well as via Skype and in person in the Manchester (UK) area.


This means you can access support for YOU without having to worry about getting to an appointment, leaving the house or childcare. You can access the programme from anywhere you like.


I will help you to lead a better life and work towards getting your loved one into treatment. Register your interest here as enrollment will begin in August.


Sign up for updates below (scroll down for more info)

I am so happy you have come to this website and hope you will be inspired by what we can achieve together to help you live the life you deserve.

Please note… At the moment, the Vesta programme is offered to people age 18+ (the drug or alcohol user also needs to be over 18) but if you need some support, please get in touch anyway and I will try to help.  In order for the Vesta Programme to be effective, you ideally need to live with your loved one. If you have daily regular contact, I may be able to help.