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Holistic Therapies aim to treat the whole person not just the symptoms of an illness!

Holistic Therapies

Holistic therapies offer a different approach to more traditional methods– usually involving the body, mind and spirit. This holistic approach may for some lead to feeling “more in control” of a situation.

It is often thought that relaxation can help reduce anxiety and stress, which can be brought on by many of the issues that arise due to a loved one’s drug or alcohol problems.

Holistic therapies provides some people with relief from symptoms such as:

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Pain

  • Anxiety

  • Panic Attacks

Each treatment has it’s own unique theory and practice.

Types of Therapy


  • Reiki Healing

  • Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) 

  • Reflexology

  • Crystal Therapies

  • Ear Candling


Who can access these therapies?


These therapies are available to anyone who has been affected by a loved one’s drug or alcohol problems and who has accessed services either through our Family Support Workers, Kinship & Family Support Worker or is a member of one of our support groups.

You must be over 18 to access this service.


How to Book an appointment


To book an appointment contact FASS on 0141 420 2050 or email and ask to be put on the waiting list for therapies or you can request a referral through our Family Support or Kinship Workers


All sessions will take place on a Monday and are held within FASS premises at West Street Centre, 123 West Street, Glasgow, G5 8BA.

Sessions will be booked in a block of  4 with the first session consisting of a consultation from the therapist to gauge your needs and to explain the different types of therapies available and for consent form to be completed and signed.

We believe that by giving a further 3 follow on appointments following the consultation session will ensure the optimum results from your chosen therapies.

To access this service please contact
FASS on 0141 420 2050 or