I’ve had problems with alcohol for over 20 years. After learning about medication, I decided to give it a try…but I wasn’t really seeing the changes in my drinking that I expected. That’s when I decided to join Thrive and get more support. I can’t say enough about how much the program has helped me. Each week I hit new milestones and my drinking continues to decrease… I’m also having more alcohol-free days which felt impossible before. I’m feeling really good about where I’m at, and love being a part of this platform!
- J in Massachusetts
What Is Over-Drinking Costing You?
Physical. Do you feel exhausted, carry extra weight or worry about your health?
Financial. How much money are you spending each month on alcohol?
Emotional. Are you experiencing anxiety, depression or a lack of confidence?
Time. How much time are you spending drinking, thinking about drinking or being hungover?
Relationships. Do you say or do things to your loved ones that you later regret?
Goals. Are you putting off your deepest goals & desires?
Social. Do you feel like you need alcohol to have fun or just feel normal?
If you're experiencing any of these downsides of problem drinking, we get it...we were there too. But when you gain control and cut back, there are countless benefits you can experience.
Benefits of Getting Your Control Back
We're not here to tell you to never drink again, we're here to help you get your control back.
Develop Your Off Switch
- Think about & crave alcohol less
- Drink with control & in moderation
- Easier alcohol-free days
Improve Your Health
- Greater mental clarity & confidence
- Less difficulty with weight management
- Less anxiety & depression
Experience Deeper Relationships
- Have more energy for friends & family
- Be more present with loved ones
- Experience greater integrity with those you care about
Discover Greater Meaning in Life
- More free time for hobbies you love
- More creative energy to do what you enjoy
- Increased excitement & energy for life
How It Works
We help you gain control over alcohol through targeted use of the medication naltrexone, commonly referred to as The Sinclair Method. Once you start with medication, we'll guide you through the process of drink reduction, goal setting and habit change.
How much does naltrexone cost when I join Thrive?
What's included with the program?
Learn More About What's Included in Your Membership
What Is The Sinclair Method?
- A scientifically-proven protocol for unlearning problem-drinking that is shown to have a 78% success rate
- Uses an FDA-approved safe, non-addictive medication called naltrexone
- Over time, most people will experience more control over alcohol, fewer alcohol cravings and less interest in drinking
- Most people who use this method have a goal of moderate drinking, but abstinence is possible too
New to The Sinclair Method? Learn more about how it works to help you control alcohol.
Naltrexone Works Best When Combined With Support
According to the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, several studies have shown that naltrexone works best when combined with behavioral support for coping and habit change. That's why we guide and support you through this in the program, at your own pace.
How The Alcohol Freedom Program Helps You
Access to Daily Support
Answers to your questions are only a click away. Get support whenever you need it
Fits Into Your Schedule
Use the resources, guidance & support on your time, when it works best for you
You Set Your Goals
You decide your drink reduction goals, & we give you the resources to reach them
24/7 access to a judgment-free community of peers & coaches all rooting for your success
What Can I Expect When I Join?
Learn more about how the program can help you make sustainable changes in your drinking habits at your own pace.
When you join everything is accessible from your computer or mobile device
Learn More About the Program
Everything you'll need to succeed on The Sinclair Method is in one place. Learn more about the resources available to you.
Here's what you can expect to learn from the 30+ video courses inside the program