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Addiction Therapy

Break free from addiction and reclaim your life with expert therapy tailored to your needs.

Addiction happens when people get stuck in a pattern of repeating a compulsive negative behavior.

Most experts agree that there is a strong genetic component to addiction. In other words, there is a gene that gets flipped on like a light switch when a person encounters difficult, traumatic, or stressful events.

Addiction is increasingly common among teens.

When left untreated, addiction can grow to become out of control very quickly, and can negatively impact a your life in a number of ways. Addiction can come in many forms such as…

-Alcohol abuse

-Marijuana abuse

-Video games





…and much more.

While addiction can be pervasive, and often co-occurs with other issues like anxiety, depression, and trauma, it is also highly treatable with the help of an expert addiction therapist.

Reach out today to get started with addiction therapy.


What is addiction?

Addiction is a chronic disorder characterized by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli despite adverse consequences. It involves a complex interplay of genetic, environmental, and psychological factors.

​What are the common forms of addiction?

Addiction can manifest in various ways, including substance abuse (alcohol, marijuana), behavioral addictions (video games, gambling, sex), and compulsive behaviors (exercise, workaholism).

How do I know if I or my loved one has an addiction problem?

Signs of addiction may include loss of control over substance use or behavior, withdrawal symptoms, neglect of responsibilities, and continued use despite negative consequences. If you're concerned, seeking professional help is recommended.

Can addiction be treated?

Yes, addiction is highly treatable with the right support and intervention. Addiction therapy, including counseling and behavioral therapies, can help individuals address underlying issues, learn coping strategies, and develop healthier habits.

What does addiction therapy involve?

Addiction therapy typically involves individual or group counseling sessions where clients explore the root causes of their addictive behaviors, learn coping skills, and receive support from trained therapists. Treatment may also include medication-assisted therapy and support groups.

How long does addiction therapy take?

The duration of addiction therapy varies depending on individual needs, the severity of addiction, and treatment goals. Some individuals may benefit from short-term interventions, while others may require ongoing support for a longer period.

Is addiction therapy confidential?

Yes, confidentiality is a fundamental aspect of addiction therapy. Therapists adhere to strict confidentiality guidelines, and client information is kept confidential unless there is a risk of harm to oneself or others.

Can family members participate in addiction therapy?

Family therapy or involvement of family members in the therapy process can be beneficial in addressing family dynamics, improving communication, and providing support to both the individual with addiction and their loved ones.

How do I get started with addiction therapy?

To get started with addiction therapy, simply reach out to our counseling center to schedule an appointment. Our compassionate team will guide you through the process and provide the support you need on your journey to recovery.