Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCADC, MAPC, NCACIP
Due to the sensitive nature of
, it is important to seek help from someone who understands.
Clients in my practice wrestle with a variety of addictions such as alcohol, drugs, gambling, pornography, sex, food, video games, etc. These issues have become unmanagable and have hindered my clients ability to function in everyday life. Common problems my clients face are lack of control, compulsive behaviors, strained relationships, hopelessness, self-hatred, stress, isolation, and despair. I provide a safe environment to help my clients acquire positive coping skills, new recovery paradigms, relationship with God, and community to manage addictive behaviors. Recovery is about treating the person, not just the