Stop At Two is Colorado’s premier harm reduction alcohol program.
Have you ever wanted to reduce the amount of alcohol you consume? Like many people you may think that you are starting to drink too much but you don’t yet have a problem with alcohol. You may find yourself at business meetings, business dinners, golf outings or other social functions and realize that you are drinking too much. You may even wake up the next day wondering what you may have said or done. You may lose business deals or contracts because you may have had too much to drink. Are you usually the last person standing at the bar? Or at dinner parties when everyone else has switched to water or coffee, you’re still holding a glass of wine? These may be signs of AUD, or Alcohol User Disorder. AUD covers everything from the occasional binge drinker to the chronic daily drinker.
Stop At Two is Colorado's premier alcohol use reduction program. Using The Sinclair Method (TSM) and highly recommended psychotherapy services, Stop At Two is able to reduce your alcohol intake back to what would be considered normal amounts.Have you tried quitting cold turkey? This may have caused what’s known as the alcohol deprivation effect where once the honeymoon period of sobriety wears off, you’re left with constant physical cravings for alcohol. You can’t drive by a liquor store without wanting to stop. You avoid going to bars or hanging out with your friends because you know you can’t stop at just one or two drinks. Millions of people are swept up in an addiction where they no longer have control… the addiction is in control no matter how disciplined they are in other areas of their life.
Do you find yourself avoiding certain business situations where you might drink too much?
Do you just want to cut back?
Most of the information you are going to receive when you try to find help is going to steer you towards abstinence and twelve step programs. You may hear that you are an alcoholic. You will definitely hear that you need to stop drinking. Stop At Two believes that most people with alcohol use disorder do not want to stop drinking completely but don't know where else to turn for help. Using The Sinclair Method we are able to significantly reduce a person's cravings for alcohol, sometimes even to the point where the patient no longer drinks at all.
Nathaniel Moore, MDDr. Nathan Moore has two board certifications. He is Board-certified in Addiction Medicine and Board-certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Moore graduated from Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA in 1991 and then attended Duke University School of Medicine, obtaining his M.D. in 1995. Dr. Moore came to Colorado and completed his Read more
Dwight Duncan, PsyD, LP, LACDr. Duncan was born and spent most of his early life in California. He received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver in 1987. He is a Licensed Psychologist as well as a Licensed Addiction Counselor. He has had extensive training and experience throughout his professional career in, medical psychology, mindfulness, integrated behavioral healthcare and substance Read more