Addiction Counseling

Addiction can take many forms and can be experienced with both substances (drugs and alcohol, for example) and behaviors (such as gambling). Typically, addiction involves repeating an activity despite the problems or negative consequences it is causing in your life. Addiction can cause changes in the brain’s wiring that make it difficult to stop the drug or behavior. But the good news is, you don’t have to figure it out on your own. If you or someone you know is suffering from an addiction, contact one of our addiction counseling specialists today to get help.

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Addiction counseling is an approach to challenge the physical, emotional, and mental struggles of the disease in order to live a full life in recovery. I utilize an eclectic approach for addiction counseling involving motivational interviewing, DBT, CBT, and 12 - steps to help the individuals modify behaviors for recovery, how to cope with addictive thinking and behaviors, and develop intimate connection in relationships while in sobriety.

— Sarah Underbrink, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Plano, TX
 

I have seven years of experience of being in the field of substance use disorder and counseling those who are seeking their own unique path to recovery from substance use.

— Ashley McInerney, Clinical Social Worker in Bloomfield, CT

So called “experts” on “sexual addiction” erroneously take clients with paraphilic disorders into treatment. These paraphilic disorders, such as voyeuristic, exhibitionistic, frotteuristic , masochism, pedophilic, fetishistic, and nonconsensual behavior disorders are wrongly placed in “sexual addiction” treatment under the excuse that these behaviors often include sexual obsession. The “sex addiction” “expert” is then unable to adequately treat these, by definition, deviant behaviors.

— "Sex Addiction", Sexual Misbehavior Absolute Expert James Foley, Psychotherapist in New York, New York, NY
 

I am a Licensed Addiction Counselor with years of experience treating substance use disorders. I am passionate about recovery. Sobriety is a beautiful gift that anyone can give themselves. Together, we can work on changing your relationship with alcohol or other substances.

— Danielle Jones, Licensed Professional Counselor in Littleton, CO

We provide outpatient counseling services to individuals struggling with drug, alcohol, and gambling addictions as well as co-occurring disorders. We have significant experience in the field and are licensed as clinical addictions specialists.

— Coastal Therapy Center LLC, Addictions Counselor
 

I worked as a substance abuse counselor for almost 5 years, conducting intake assessments and running groups. I worked as a corporate trainer for several years and was a Speech major in college, so I am very comfortable teaching/training. I am particularly interested in getting trained as an EMDR therapist and increasing my knowledge of trauma treatments. I am also interested in learning more about couples therapy, & EFT.

— Ellen Recker, Psychotherapist in New York, NY

Want a new life? Engaging in recovery is one of the most life-changing endeavors you could ever initiate. I know it. I get it. I can help.

— Lorrie OBrien, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Enfield, CT
 

"Before it was the problem, it was the solution" -Earnie Larsen Ones relationship with substances or other behaviors that take us out of the moment are being used to decrease pain. Unfortunately, they end up creating more suffering. Together we will explore barriers to change you are seeking and releasing suffering need to have more of yourself. Some people choose a harm reduction approach and others choose a form of abstinence. This is your choose.

— Kayle Evans, Psychotherapist in Austin, TX

My professional experience has been working in a residential treatment center, PHP/IOP treatment facility and most recently at an Opioid Treatment center. I have worked with adults struggling with addiction and co-occurring mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, stress management, anger, self-image, self-worth and attachment.

— Denise Johnson, Addictions Counselor in Asheville, NC
 

Extensive professional and personal experience. Very extensive.

— Matt Anderson, Licensed Professional Counselor in Edmond, OK

Drug and alcohol addiction and families of addicts/alcoholics.

— Donn Yeager, Mental Health Counselor
 

I have worked in substance abuse for nearly eight years. I have a strong passion for helping individuals overcome the barriers to achieving substance use remission utilizing medication management and therapeutic techniques to improve mental health and reduce the risk for relapse.

— Kali Thurman, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Jacksonville, FL

Are you struggling with cutting down or quitting alcohol or marijuana? Addiction Counseling can help. I use Mindfulness, Cognitive and a Trauma-focused approach called EMDR to help you get to the bottom of what's been going on for you. Having a Therapist that has personal experience with addiction and treating addiction will help you to receive the support that you need in order to reach your goals. Call me for a free 15 minute consultation. I can't wait to hear from you!

— Jennifer Leupp, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Long Beach, CA