Addiction affects the individual physically, emotionally and spiritually, and families and loved ones often are severely impacted by addictive disorders. Because of our extensive range of addiction treatment services, we are able to treat individuals in the least restrictive level of care that is safe for them.
Individual Mental Health Counseling
Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, relationship struggles, or the general feeling that you are missing something in your life? Feeling stuck in an endless cycle of procrastination, fears about the uncertainty of the future, or guild, shame, and resentments from the past? If so, you are not along! Many people spend their entire lives in this mental and emotional agony and that doesn’t have to be you.
Individual Addiction Counseling
Personalized addiction counseling is designed to identify the challenges and goals specific to the individual, and to develop a comprehensive plan in order to achieve balanced and happy living. Our approach is self-empowering and client-focused, providing the support, encouragement, education and evidence-based tools to help you take control of your thoughts and behavior.
Dual Diagnosis (DeTURTM, EMDR)
A person with dual diagnosis has both a psychological challenge and an addiction problem. These conditions occur together frequently. About half of the people who have one of these conditions will have the other one at some point in their lives. The interactions of the two conditions can worsen and exacerbate on another.
Family & Concerned Significant Others Support
Many people have been stumped, lost, and saddened about how to address a loved one’s addiction or problematic behavior. Research has shown that significant others (anyone who has regular contact with the individual struggling with addiction) can play a positive and supportive role in getting a loved one into some form of treatment, and
Intensive Outpatient Support
Intensive Outpatient Support (IOS) services are designed to help individuals in the environments that are most triggering or challenging to their recovery and long-term goals. In early recovery, it can seem overwhelming to be around places and people that trigger the urge to engage in one’s past behavior. IOS provides guidance, prompting and reinforcement of new behaviors
Relationships can be challenging, even under the best of circumstances and within the healthiest partnerships. Couples therapy (marriage counseling and couples therapy relate to the same thing and can be used interchangeably), relates to working with an objective licensed therapist to assist in developing, improved communication, fostering forgiveness and reconciliation, cultivating intimacy, relating and…
Many clients who reach out to us are seeking moderation support with their substance or behavioral challenges. We work with a lot of people who may find it difficult to moderate their alcohol use, but do not want to be abstinent at this time. Others are struggling with problematic behaviors surrounding sex, eating, or technology addiction and require learning how to moderate…
Harm Reduction Counseling
We provide group workshops for both friends and family and individuals struggling with addiction. Group workshops are typically held once a month on a Saturday or Sunday for 3 hours. If you are unsure where to start in your recovery or how you can best support yourself and your struggling loved one, attending a group workshop will give you all the basic information needed to begin your journey.
3rd Party Assessments and Evaluations (Court Ordered Drug Counseling)
Alcohol and drug assessments are often required when an offense has occurred while the individual was under the influence of any mind-altering substance. Your attorney may suggest an assessment and evaluation prior to a court hearing to help in evaluating treatment options and to assist in the outcome of your case.
Online Group Session
Engaging with others in a recovery support group setting can be helpful in building confidence, establishing a sober community, and help one establish a sober support network. Group sessions can be a cost-effective option to supplement individual counseling and a great way to get connected with others who are on the same road to recovery.