What is Drug & Alcohol Counseling?
Drug counseling is a type of therapy intended to help you stop using and seeking drugs compulsively. This type of counseling is appropriate for quitting alcohol and street drugs as well as prescription drugs. The drug counseling, often used along with supplemental treatments, is designed to break the addictive process and to give the individual tools to prevent relapse.
Who is Drug & Alcohol Counseling For?
Whether you or a loved one is struggling with addiction, we know how destructive and hopeless this can be. We have years of experience working with individuals, families and couples desiring a more happy and joyous life, free from the turmoil and chaos caused by addiction. As a family member of an addict or alcoholic, it can be difficult to navigate the difference between “helping” and “enabling”, and what it means to really “love” your loved one. We know addicts and alcoholics really mean it when they say they are done, yet so many find themselves once again trapped in the vicious cycle of addiction. This is not a road to be walked alone.
To learn more about addiction counseling services please visit our partner:
Chemical Dependency Evaluations
Prime For Life / ACT
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
Personal Recovery Coaching
What is Prime For Life?
Prime For Life® provides a judgment-free way of understanding how alcohol and drug-related problems develop, what we can do to prevent them, and why sometimes we need help. If you are required to complete the Prime For Life course and you are looking for a small-group setting or individual setting to complete this course please reach out. We offer the course 1 weekend per month regularly and we are willing to offer it on an individual basis as needed.
How do I get started?
Your first step is to call us to schedule your initial appointment. You will be asked to provide some initial information over the telephone and fill out our patient consent form. You may then be scheduled for an initial session which provides an opportunity for us to build a rapport. In addition, we will be able to answer your questions regarding services, fees, confidentiality and what to expect in therapy.