A person may begin use of drugs and alcohol for different reasons, though addiction takes on a life of its own, controlling every aspect of a person’s life, and destroying what is most cherished. We see the pain addiction causes, sometimes by caring for someone who is struggling, or by struggling ourselves. The healing process takes time, and it takes time to regain the things that were cherished. It also takes time to learn how to keep these areas of life healthy in order to not lose them again. Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD must be addressed in congruence with recovery. If you have struggled with addiction, of if you have cared about someone struggling with addiction, there is hope.
I have been honored to work with people in recovery from addiction for 15 years, and I have seen people heal, and lives restored. I have seen families heal and people follow their dreams. Healing from addiction can be a rough road, but it is possible. If you or a person you care about, has experienced the pain from addiction, and are ready for outpatient counseling to enhance your healing and thriving journey, please reach out to me and I will be honored to work with you.
Please Note: If you have been court ordered to attend a Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program, I would not meet that requirement.