Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPC
3300 Battleground Avenue Suite 303, Greensboro, North Carolina 27410
Addiction - Substance abuse - Treatment are all terms that may relate to you. What about recovery - a better lifestyle - happiness - fulfillment. You too can and will overcome "todays & tomorrows challenges". Together we can work to provide you with the mindset and tools that will allow you to be with your family and loved ones - not feel that "voice" luring you to abuse - and providing you with one of the most important tools "control". My offices are located in Greensboro and Winston Salem, NC. Call today to book your first appointment.
Carla MooreMcNeil, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Master Hypnotist
502 East Cornwallis Dr, Suite N, Greensboro, North Carolina 27405
When you think about addiction you may look to the normal list of alcohol, drugs and gambling. I work with those who find a high from shopping. If you have items in your closet with the tags still attached, hide the items you purchase from loved ones, spend more time and money than you have on items that you do not need and have packages delievered numerous times of the week then you may have a shopping addiction. The other spectrum is that you may not spend all your time shopping but when you do shop, you spend more money than you intended. I have helped numerous client's learn how to be "normal" shoppers. I can help you too.
Teresa Helms, Psy.D.
6706 Roberta Road, Harrisburg, North Carolina 28075
Do you use drugs or alcohol to numb pain, self-medicate, or fill or void in your life? Do you use alcohol and drugs to cope and forget about your problems? If so, you are not alone. You are strong enough to face whatever life throws your way, and we can do it together. We can work together to help you gain enough courage to work through the storms of life and emotional pain rather than turning to drugs and/or alcohol. We can form a partnership, a therapeutic alliance, to help guide you through the tough times in life. In a safe, compassionate environment, we can fully address life stressors and create healthy coping skills to help you cope with whatever storms you face in life.
Jonathan Gerard, DMin
208 Sunset Dr, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
I do not do addition counseling. It is outside my area of expertise. But I will say that I often see someone is a couple who denies being an alcoholic despite reporting behavior that surely sounds like an addiction. The way I approach this is to ask him to "prove to me" that he or she is not addicted by not drinking for a full week (or two). If they can do this, then I conclude that we are not dealing with an addiction, but rather with something else.
Blake Clemmons, MA, LPCA
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
2124 Crown Centre Dr. Suite 400, Charlotte, NC 28, Charlotte, North Carolina 28227
My aim as an addictions counselor is to offer a compassionate and non judgmental environment where my clients feel free to learn and grow and experience healing. My perspective is to provide those struggling with addictions effective coping tools and skills and instill hope that will help them eliminate their addiction, improve their relationships and live in the freedom of long term sobriety. These skills include distraction, self soothing, understanding triggers to use, creating an action plan, increasing ones support group, and challenging the negative core permissive beliefs that allow the addiction to continue.
Michael Rivest, Ph.D., D.S.T.
Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor
Winston Salem, North Carolina 27103
A simple definition for an addiction is: something you cannot stop on your own that is hurting you and those around you. Most of my clients are sexual addicts that are hooked on internet pornography/ masturbation, or sexually inappropriate relationships. I can help you not only stop the addition and help you to develop good healthy relationships with others. Counseling does not take forever and you can walk away from it liking yourself and being a better problem solver. www.SexCounselors.org
Lonnie Mullet, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
1905 JN Pease Pl, Suite 101, Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
My approach to the treatment of addictions is unorthodox. I begin with the assumption that addictions originate with a person's attempt at solving a problem. Initially the addiction is only a small part of the puzzle until it grows to cause serious side effects. Underneath the addiction lies the root causes (e.g. stress, relationship issues, career challenges) and addictions are the way people cope. At some point, the addiction dominates; however, treatment should spend a significant time focusing on the underlying factors as well as the addiction cycle.
Greg Preston, L.P.C.
LPC. Licensed Professional Counselor.
1945 J.N. Pease Place. Ste. 202, Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Greg Preston has over 20 years experience helping client's with various addictions. He has taught classes on substance abuse, chemical dependence, and other addictive tendencies. Greg has counseled thousands on how to have a better, freer life! Learn how to overcome your negative relationship with substances, or behaviors. This could include spending, work, exercise, food, sex, gambling, internet/video games, and more. Learn why you use, what you can do instead, and how to make change last.
Kimberly Leppert, MSW, LCSW, CSAT-C
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
1923 J N Pease Place Suite 104, Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Sex addiction differs from any other addiction. Overcoming it is not as simple as going "cold turkey". It is about understanding where it originated for you and about learning to have a meaningful relationship with "sex". Most sex addicts enter treatment due to the fatigue of leading a "double life" or due to being caught by their loved one(s). This "bottom" is a fantastic motivator to change. Don't lose sight of what it can mean to be the person you know you want to be. Myself and the staff at Healing Solutions Counseling Center can provide the supportive services you need to heal from the inside out.
Tina Lepage, Psy.D.
CEO of Group Psychology & Psychiatry Practice Serving the Triangle for Over 10 Years; Licensed Psychologist
LEPAGE ASSOCIATES SOLUTION-BASED PSYCHOLOGICAL & PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES, 5842 Fayetteville Road, Suite 106, Durham, North Carolina 27713
Addiction therapy is a sub-specialty area in psychology, and thus many therapists do not treat addiction. At Lepage Associates we have psychologists who specialize in addiction therapy. In addition, one of our psychologists also works as a research psychologist in the field of addiction, researching which therapeutic interventions are most effective in treating substance abuse. As an active international research scientist, she has authored numerous journal articles, scholarly papers, and book chapters on the assessment and treatment of substance abuse, trauma, risky sexual behaviors, and violence, and increasing motivation for self-care and self-improvement. CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), ....
Christy Cole, MA, LPCA
Professional Counseling Associate
18805 W. Catawba Ave. , Cornelius, North Carolina 28031
Addiction involves more than a physical dependency on a drug. Even upon completion of treatment, you are at high risk of relapse when you are reintroduced to the stressors of the outside world including psychological and social factors that have a powerful effect. If you seek support/recovery and are searching for a non judgmental environment, contact me.
Lindsay Patterson, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I have additional education in addiction counseling/treatment and my approach is warm, compassionate, and non-confrontational. If you think you have a substance use disorder or other addiction, my services may be of benefit to you. Outpatient therapy is often used in conjunction with other services such as 12-step meetings, intensive out-patient, etc. I welcome anyone who thinks they may have any form of addiction.
Paula Cherry, MA, LPC, LCAS
Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Clinical Addiction
6809 Fairview Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Addiction can be very destructive for individuals and families, children and adults. It knows no demographic boundaries and therefore anyone is at risk. It is my professional opinion that individuals who struggle with addiction should not be expected to change any differently than those individuals struggling with any other issue. That is, change is a process and doesn't come overnight. Therefore providing a non-judgmental, non-confrontational, and non-adversarial therapeutic environment is paramount to achieving stated goals since shame and guilt play a key role in the cycle of addiction. Clients should be held accountable for their actions, however not shamed by their clinician.