Pascual Chen, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
6200 Brooktree Rd. Suite 110, Wexford, Pennsylvania 15090
I use a cognitive behavioral therapy approach to working with people with addiction, which is a research and evidence based approach. I provide tools to help people identify and avoid their triggers and cope with their urges and cravings. I also help them feel better by teaching effective relaxation skills and coping skills. People who work with me also learn how to set better boundaries, learn problem solving skills, and live a life free from addiction. In the event that a higher level of care is needed, I provide direction and resources to help people through the process of living addiction free.
Cindy Kightlinger, CADC, LPC, LCSW
Christian Counseling-Mercy House of Meadville, Inc.
13180 Leslie Road, Ste. 2, Meadville, Pennsylvania 16335
This area is our signature...We offer any level of treatment needed to help clients achieve abstinence and sobriety. We support the 12-step approach, but at the same time understand underlying issues may also influence a relapse. Therefore we use the power of the group, outside speakers, education, relapse prevention training, and bringing the family or significant other into treatment. Our groups are powerful--we use the best and most effective protocols available-art, music, expressive, aroma, nutrition groups. Quite often a person will come into treatment unwillingly and say after the first group night they felt comfortable because the staff treated them with care and respect.
John Neyman, MA., BCPC
680 Lincoln Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15202
Dr. John Neyman works with those in addiction of any kind. If you prefer a group setting please let him know of that as well. Dr. John has been working with those who have addictions with drug and alcohol, eating disorders, porn, etc.. He is able to patiently walk beside you until you are set free. Do not be afraid to call him for a chat to discover his calming affects even on the phone.
New Life Counseling, M.A., LPCC-SUPV
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor - SUPV
4669 Fishcreek Rd., Stow, Ohio 44224
Addictions can be extremely difficult to overcome. Many times there is another diagnosis (anxiety, depression, etc) in addition to the addiction. Our counselors can help you learn ways to manage the underlying cause of the addiction and assist you through learning to change old habits into new habits. It is possible to overcome the addiction that controls your life. The journey to recovery is a very difficult one and is very hard to manage alone. Call today for an appointment to begin your new journey to a peace filled life.
Martha Flemming, M.A., LPCC-s, LICDC
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
Hudson, Ohio 44236
I am licensed as an Independent Chemical Dependency counselor in the State of Ohio. In addition to dealing with substance abuse and dependence, I have extensive experience in assessing and treating other addictive behaviors, such as eating compulsions, shopping/spending, pornography and sexual addiction, and codependency. There is freedom from addictive behaviors, and I help my clients to achieve that freedom through counseling and networking with resources in the community.
William Kelly, Ph.D., NCP, LPC
5725 Forward Ave, Suite 300, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
My approach to treating addiction is contingent on your abstinence. Once you are in a program so you are not using, my approach is to help you examine your need for the addiction and what purpose it serves in your life. This self-knowledge is helpful in understanding why you may feel controlled by your addiction, what it is defending against, and finding the willpower to remain abstinent.
Amy Gould, LPCC-S, NCC
Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
3659 S Green Road Suite 101, Beachwood, Ohio 44122
I provide treatment for many forms of addiction: drug and alcohol, relationship addiction, sexual addiction, gambling, online por, and other kinds of addictions. Addictions usually go hand-in-hand with other emotional and mental issues, and once an addiction has taken hold, appropriate treatment may be required, such as detox from heroin, alcohol, or prescription drugs. When the underlying issues are confronted and dealt with addictions and relapse are usually much less of a problem. If you are trying to run, but are finding yourself in legal trouble, trouble at work or in your relationships, it may be time to start talking about things. Visit www.amygould.com