Jo Huey

Hi, I'm Jo. As the child of an alcoholic I understand what it's like to be affected by someone else's alcohol misuse. Now I share my experiences and expertise to help others.

One of the ways I help is by providing individuals with the tools to help themselves through one to one sessions, self-help books and courses. Whether you live with a drinker now or years ago, I help you reclaim the life you've lost.

Have a look at the resources, just here.

Thank you for visiting. This is the first step on a journey to helping yourself and others by gaining knowledge, strength and compassion.  Change Perceptions, Change Lives.

Jo Huey_adult child of an alcoholic

"Your life doesn't get better by chance, it gets better by change" Jim Rohn

Recovery Programme

The recovery programme is a gentle introduction to some of the key areas affecting families of alcoholics. It will help you understand more about yourself and others. You'll also understand the links between you and dealing with a loved ones alcohol misuse.

The programme looks at relationships, anxiety and letting go, to help you discover who you are, what you want and let go of what's holding you back, so you can stop existing and start living!

This is the culmination of all my first hand experience, hard work and expertise. It's not just another self-help remedy but real world knowledge and practical, psychological steps to transform your life.

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Did you know?

Jo Huey_Adult Child of an alcoholic

  • The effects of someone else's alcohol misuse can lead to symptoms such as low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression
  • We can end up really hurting the rest of our relationships with unhelpful patterns like co-dependence and being a rescuer
  • There is help available for this incredibly common problem. There are so many things you can do to help yourself. Check out the resources

"If you were the child of an alcoholic, this can drastically affect how you feel, your whole life about yourself and others. It can be really hard to feel good about yourself, or open up about your feelings at all. Other symptoms of a dysfunctional home include unworthiness, feeling invisible and constantly treating on eggshells". 

Watch the video of Jo's story below:

Read more about Jo's journey here.