William Kelly, Ph.D., NCP, LPC
Psychotherapist/Professional CounselorReady for change? Let's Get Started
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.
Lisa Reed, MA, NCC, LPC, CAADC
Licensed Professional CounselorReady for change? Let's Get Started
900 6th Street and 342 South Richards Street, Saxton and Bedford, Pennsylvania 15522
People can have many addictions, from drugs and alcohol, to gambling, caffeine, sex and nicotene, etc. We can have addictive and controling personalities as well. I help people identify these traits in themselves through personality inventories, then identifying areas to make changes. Being empathetic, understanding, caring and patient, I believe I can help people overcome these addictions and live happy and normal lives. It requires the client to want to change, seek strength from others and maybe a higher power, and strong desire to make changes in their lives. I use mostly cognitive behavioral therapy, person centered, solution and realty therapies, give weekly assignments, etc.
Linda Shreve, LPC
Psychotherapist, MS, LPC, NCCReady for change? Let's Get Started
Morgantown Mall, 5000 Greenbag Road, E7, Morgantown, West Virginia 26501
Living with an addiction can be tough, but stopping an addiction can be even more difficult. I help individuals realize that getting help for addiction is possible. Recovery will focus on the “Disease Model” and individuals will learn how to recognize ways past experiences, as well as, how unhealthy behavior and thought patterns contribute to addictive behavior. Individuals will to learn to identify consequences of use and triggers for relapse. Individuals will identify reasons/benefits of maintaining sobriety and will learn how to work an intensive and successful recovery program. CBT, DBT, SFBT strategies will be strongly emphasized. Individuals will be encouraged to attend and be actively involved in local 12 step programs and will learn about...(view profile to read more)
John Neyman, MA., BCPC
Therapist-CounselorReady for change? Let's Get Started
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.
Pascual Chen, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical PsychologistReady for change? Let's Get Started
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.
Steven Hand, MA, CAC
Psychologist, Certified Addictions CounselorReady for change? Let's Get Started
304 Frankstown Rd., Altoona, Pennsylvania 16602
I am a Certified Addictions Counselor. I have been treating people with addictions for over 25 years. Although I respect the traditions and teachings of AA, I do not ordinarily use AA philosophy in my practice. Rather, I use Smart Recovery and Rational Recovery techniques. I believe that we all can learn new ways of thinking, feeling, and doing...and that includes engaging in addictive behaviors.