The Sinclair Method (TSM) is a treatment for alcohol use disorder (AUD) that uses an opiate blocker to reduce or eliminate a person's craving for alcohol. It's time to change the things we can no longer accept, using science and medicine to treat alcohol use disorder.

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About 10 percent of those using TSM become 100% abstinent

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Long-term success rate with the Sinclair Method

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Months for most TSM users to reach 'extinction'

How I Overcame Alcoholism

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THE SINCLAIR METHOD FOR MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS

We know you do your best every day to help your patients get healthy and stay healthy. It isn’t always easy to talk to your patients about their alcohol use, even though harmful alcohol use can significantly, adversely affect health. We want to help you and your patients change the conversation about harmful alcohol use.

For decades, alcohol misuse has traditionally been treated as a moral failing resulting in shame, stigma, and chronic treatment failure. As a medical professional, you understand the physical, medical harm alcohol abuse can cause and you also understand that medication-assisted treatment is a science-based option all patients deserve to be offered.

You do not have to be an addiction specialist to screen and treat your patients. Click below to be directed to our site designed specifically for medical professionals, where you can find information and resources to more effectively treat your patients who have been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder.