A Holistic Approach To Addiction Treatment
Are you ready to heal and willing to take the necessary step toward recovery?
I specialize in working with teens and young adults using a person-centered approach. An approach that is created to give you a step-by-step process unique to your needs and committed to delivering an evidence-based experience.
Let’s begin your counseling recovery today.
6 Benefits of Drug Addiction Counseling
1. Beyond a doubt, clinical research continues to show the immense benefit of creating and sustaining a healthy support system. Addiction counseling includes learning how to create healthy relationships. Together with your counselor, you can work on healing relationships and gaining the skills needed to build healthy relationships. The type of relationships that feel honest and truly supportive.
2. Substance abuse counseling provides you with clarity and direction. You may have noticed that the addiction began due to certain shifts in life. For some, it’s trauma while for others the addiction started in steps. Working with a counselor can provide you with direction and a new healthy perspective.
3. Relapse is a reality of life. I know that it’s not easy nor is it something that you want to take place. Relapse can be difficult for you and those around you. It can be a force that literally steers you away from the goals in front of you. One of the key benefits of counseling is that it provides you with a constructive space for healing, gaining effective coping skills, and creating a system for relapse prevention.
4. You have probably heard of coping skills. If so, great. Coping skills are the tools that heal wounds, address triggers, support to prevent relapse, and keep you moving forward. When it comes to addiction counseling, coping skills are vital. Together we can work on addressing the challenges you are experiencing by utilizing clinically effective coping skills.
5. Working with a counselor provides you with a stronger understanding of the habits, behaviors, people, and environment that lead to substance use. This can differ from person to person. You may notice that your addiction lowers when around certain people while it increases when you are experiencing certain thoughts or feelings. Together, we can reconstruct the way you are looking at life and create a recovery plan.
6. Trauma is unique to each individual. For some, trauma can be seen as abuse while for others it holds a different definition. My encouragement is to face the trauma and know that at the end of the road, you’ll reach a breakthrough. A place of healing and empowerment. You deserve to live your best life.