You’ve tried cutting back, but nothing seems to work
You can go for a while without using, but when you use again it’s more than you were planning
You use more than you would like
You realize substance use is affecting your life, but you continue to use anyway
You choose using over other activities
Sometimes you hide the amount or extent of your use
Your work is affected
Your relationship are affected
You are affected
Using drugs or alcohol can have negative effects that feel overwhelming, and you wonder if it’s even possible to experience life on the other side of substance use. Others may have tried helping or giving advice but that has only made you feel more isolated, because you know it’s not that easy. They don’t understand that when you use, there is at least one moment that feels good, even if it’s fleeting.
Recovery is possible.
Our therapists are trained in substance use issues and offer a non-judgmental ear to learn about your unique circumstances. Together, we will develop tools to help you gain control of your use and develop ways to experience positive feelings without having to have substances.
What kind of therapy helps with substance use issues?
We use many modalities of therapy for substance use: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Yoga, Mindfulness-Based Therapy
How can therapy help me with substance use issues?
With therapy, you can learn how to:
cope with your past
develop alternatives to substance use
understand and intercept your triggers
set new goals for your future
Together, we will create a new path to a fulfilling life free from dependency and fixation, where you will be in the driver’s seat once more to direct your own future. You are not alone, and there is hope.
If this resonates with you, the therapists below are equipped to help.