Therapists for Addictions in 03894, including alcohol, sex, internet, drug, and gambling addictions.

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James Foster, & Associates, LICSW

James Foster & Associates, COUNSELINGNH

540 Chestnut Street, Manchester, New Hampshire 03101

Addiction counseling is provided at James Foster & Associates. Our Mastered Licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (MLADAC) provides ongoing outpatient addiction counseling. LADAC Evaluations are provided to assess the client's needs. DUI Evaluations and recommendations are also provided. Clients with co-occurring diagnoses or multiple areas may be serviced at our office.

Basil Steele, LMHC, LCPC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

3948A Kaimuki Avenue, Portland, Maine 04106

I spent five years as the co-facilitator of an Intensive Outpatient Program at one of the best recovery centers in the country. I have extensive experience running relapse prevention, educational, affect regulation, and spirituality groups. Above all, I believe that people, given a safe, compassionate, non judging treatment resource will elect to change their behavior. My purpose is to assist people in their effort to narrow the discrepancy between thought and action until positive Thinking becomes Sober Action. A significant piece of the work I do is helping people learn to live with the emotions that arise when they are sober.

Cheryl Laurenza, LCMHC, LPC, NCC

Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor

155 Main St, Salem, New Hampshire 03079

I have helped those that have a dual diagnosis of some substance use and perhaps Depression, some use and how it has negatively impacted your life,relationships, job etc. I do not work with severe alcoholism or addictions as this is a specialty that you need to find a credentialed professional for. Let's talk and be real honest so we can work,together to help,lead you out of bondage or lead you to someone who can.

Carl Hindy, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist

120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060

I can refer you to LADAC, psychologists, social workers and others who treat substance abuse (drug and alcohol abuse) if that is what you are seeking. I do not provide these services per se, though of course these issues emerge in the course of individual therapy and marriage counseling. However, other behavioral "addictions" are addressed in my practice. So-called "internet addiction," "sexual addiction," "workaholism," "Facebook addiction," and so on. I put these in quotes because, intellectually, I debate the meaningfulness and utility of calling things "addictions." However, these are sources of problems in people's lives regardless of the labels, and can be challenging to change...

Stephen Price, D.Min.

Licensed Pastoral Psychotherapist

133 Grove Street, Peterborough, New Hampshire 03458

As creatures of habit and as human beings with stress and frustration and emotional pain we can easily get into a pattern of taking some brain/mood altering substance or behavior(such as cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, sex, over exercise) that makes us feel good for the moment and escape our problems. Particularly if addiction runs in the family we can become addicted and lose control. Addiction seems to take over and run our life. Denial is a major symptom of addiction where we sometimes think we have control and can stop when, in fact, we can’t. My approach to helping people deal with their addiction is to make sure they participate in a detox and rehabilitation program either as an inpatient

Grace Chen, PhD, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

300 Brickstone Square, Suite 201, Andover, Massachusetts 01810

Addiction is self-medicating the pain you do not want to face or deal with. The pain is usually from the trauma you have experienced in the past. Usually, people use 4 things to cope with the trauma: money, food, sex, and alcohol/substance abuse. As the result, people with addiction issues are often facing financial issues due to excessive spending, weight issues or eating disorders, sex addiction and alcohol/substance abuse issues. To battle the addiction means to face the past traumatic experiences and to find different ways to work through the pain. As your therapist, my role is to help you work through the past traumatic experiences and to find healthy ways to handle the pain.

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