Therapists for Addictions in 22454, including alcohol, sex, internet, drug, and gambling addictions.

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Catherine Turner, M.Div., LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

5700 W Grace St., Suite 108, Richmond, Virginia 23226

Addiction is often talked about in terms of a disease. Therefore, no real positive change is likely to occur without treatment. In my professional experience, most people develop an addiction as a means to cope with an entirely different problem. I believe addiction therapy then, is less about the problem behavior, and more about treating the original issue. For example, a person may drink or use drugs to numb the painful feelings of the abuse they encountered as a child. In addition to individual therapy sessions, I also offer substance abuse assessments for those than may be required to have one completed.

Christian Psychotherapy Services, Ph.D., LCSW, LPC, MD

Psychologists, Professional Counselors, Psychiatrists,

11838 Rock Landing Drive, Newport News, Virginia, Virginia 23606

Christian Psychotherapy Services provides addiction services through the ABIDE program developed to treat the Mind, Body and Spirit of each individual suffering from addiction. We specialize in Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Sexual Addiction, and other compulsive behaviors that interferes with an individuals ability to live a healthy, purpose driven life intended in God's plan. We can help you achieve that plan

Associated Counselors of Tidewater, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, CSOTP, LSATP

Licensed Psychotherapists

10 Basil Sawyer Drive, Ste. A, Hampton , Virginia 23666

At our office we have a Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Provider. She provides one on one counseling for substance abuse issues.

Athena Staik, Ph.D., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

12866 Harbor Drive, Woodbridge, Virginia 22192

Addiction patterns are repetitive behaviors or habits that are viewed as harmful and that we want to stop (or loved ones ask us to stop)—yet cannot. The primary goals of treatment are to help persons acknowledge and accept own addiction patterns as problematic, recognize the high costs and consequences, and accept complete responsibility for restoring key relationships harmed by the problem behaviors. Another key goal is the development of honesty and authentic relations, with self and others, as a means of restoring balance and harmony, and increasing understanding and knowledge of self. To do so, the process involves building awareness, practicing presence, self-acceptance and self-love.

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