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The Sinclair Method (TSM) is a science-based protocol for treating alcohol use disorder. It involves using the medication naltrexone in a targeted dose. Over time, most people using this protocol will experience fewer alcohol cravings and less interest in drinking.
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Hi there! We are Katie Lain and Karen Dion – just two ladies on a mission to help people break free from the cycles of alcohol use disorder so that they can live a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life. 🤗 We're so glad you've found us!
Together we have created The Alcohol Freedom Program which is designed specifically for The Sinclair Method. Through our personal experiences with this method – and mentoring hundreds of others through this process – we created a self-paced and comprehensive program that can guide anyone through The Sinclair Method from start to finish.
We can’t wait to have you join us.
Katie and Karen
Katie Lain started on The Sinclair Method in 2017 after a near 10-year battle with alcohol. Right away she began documenting her success with the method on her YouTube channel, and has been a part of the Sinclair Method community ever since. She has been a TSM coach and mentor for over three years and is a life-long advocate of this life-saving method for getting free from AUD.
Karen Dion is a professional counselor and coach who found personal freedom from her own unhealthy drinking using TSM after many years of struggling with alcohol. She has spent the last three years coaching individuals on how to use TSM effectively, and her mission is to let the world know about this remarkably effective method and to empower people who are struggling with their drinking to make a permanent change in their relationship with alcohol.