If you have repeatedly tried to stop your addiction but find yourself unable to stop, I have good news. There are several treatment approaches that may be able to help you. Counseling is an essential part of treatment for many people. Cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, and other therapy approaches can help people stay clean. Psychotherapy can also treat the other mental health conditions that often contribute to addiction.
My treatment aims to address both symptom and cause. It usually begins with psychotherapy, mainly therapeutic interviews to discover factors and reasons that led you to addiction. With these vital information, I then treat addiction and the underlying psychological issue at the same time. My treatment also includes helping you plan for ways to avoid trigger and helping you find healthier joys in life to replace addiction. Your intervention will be tailored specifically for you and your pace.