Has an addiction become too difficult for you to break alone? Recovery is difficult and it’s common to feel powerless. But change and recovery are always possible, especially with the right therapy and support. Choosing to get help and take control of your life is the first step in recovery.
Remember that recovery is always a process. Whether with alcohol, drugs, gambling, love, the Internet, social media, identifying the problem and seeking help takes courage. You DO possess the ability to make a change.
Overcoming the physical use of an addictive substance or behavior is only the beginning. Recovery is a lifelong journey. Maintaining sobriety takes commitment and determination.
I specialize in the recovery of these following addictions:
- Drug and Alcohol Addiction, including High Functioning Alcoholism
- Codependency and Overfunctioners
- Love and Relationships
- Internet, including Social Media and Gaming
- Shopping and Compulsive Spending
For 17+ years, I’ve worked with individuals and families who have been struggling with addiction. No situation is hopeless. I will support you in finding the power within yourself to reach your goals. If you are tired of your addiction robbing you of your dignity, self worth and relationships, then you are ready to make changes in your life now.
I incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness and Solution Focused strategies when working with addiction. I am a certified Relapse Prevention Specialist trained in the Gorski-CENAPS Model and earned my Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist Certification from UNC.