What is harm reduction?

Harm Reduction is a set of practical strategies aimed at reducing negative consequences associated with drug use. It’s an approach to working with substance use that uses a non-dogmatic and non-judgmental perspective. It accepts that substance users do not necessarily need to eliminate the consumption of substances in order to reduce the negative consequences that can come from using drugs and alcohol. In therapy, you will be able to identify and navigate through the feelings associated with your drug and alcohol use and learn how to manage your substance use by identifying what you want - and what you don’t want - from your relationship with it.

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