Top addiction therapists in 92371: Phelan, CA.

Real help for hurts and habits in 92371, 92371: Phelan, CA. Internet, substance abuse, gambling, co-dependency, sex and pornography addictions.


Andrea Teas, LCSW
Addiction Counselor

Andrea Teas, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

9565 Business Center Dr., Suite C,, Rancho Cucamonga, California 91737 | (951)268-8869

I am certified Masters Addiction Counselor. I take an environment and harm reduction approach with her clients. I am caring and understanding of addiction issues. I have experience in working with families and friends suffering from a loved ones addiction. I assist my clients in finding the core and underlying issue of their addiction. I look at the client's whole environment and how that plays into their addiction.

John Kane, AMFT, APCC
Addiction Counselor

John Kane, AMFT, APCC

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Fontana, California 92336 |

I specialize in working with internet, video game, cell phone, social media, and porn addictions. These process addictions have acquired a power over you that is difficult to break. I take a multi-faceted approach to helping you experience the change you desire. I use Motivational Interviewing to help you solidify your desire to change, I utilize abstinence based strategies and methods to help you establish and sustain sobriety, I help you learn how to replace these addictions with real relationships and interests that foster real relationships and I support you in identifying or establishing a natural support network that helps you to maintain and sustain the new changes in your life!

Barbara Jaurequi, MS, LMFT, MAC
Addiction Counselor

Barbara Jaurequi, MS, LMFT, MAC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

8300 Utica Ave., Suite 159, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, California 91730 | 9099446611

I have dedicated my career primarily to helping the addicted. I have over 23 years of recovery from my addictions so I understand addiction from both personal and professional perspectives. I can offer you an absolutely judgment-free environment. You will be treated with respect and dignity. Alcoholism, drug addiction, codependency or any other addiction, does not have to be your future. Through a combination of insight oriented therapy and behavioral changes, I can help you overcome your addiction, allowing you to enjoy a life of freedom from self-destructive behavior. Trust someone who's been there. My professional experience in this area of psychology is huge. I know this stuff!

John Quinlan, Psy.D.
Addiction Counselor

John Quinlan, Psy.D.

Psychologist (License # PSY23794)

8301 Elm Ave Suite 513, Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730 | 844-Trans4m (844-872-6746)

Few are aware that an addiction is a form of self-medicating where the addiction helps cover up deeper problems. This is especially true for a person experiencing major depression. The addiction serves to uplift a person out of the depression and into a state of pleasure. The problem is that the addiction serves as a temporary fix and becomes a problem in itself where chasing the high comes at an even greater cost than that experienced as depression. Suicidal thoughts, imprisonment, loss of income and financial problems, and poor health all come with the addiction. A person experiencing addiction must seek counseling for the addiction and for the root cause.

Verdant Oak Behavioral Health, Psy.D. and Ph.D.
Addiction Counselor

Verdant Oak Behavioral Health, Psy.D. and Ph.D.

Psychologist

405 N. Indian Hill Blvd, CLAREMONT, California 91711 | 323-345-1402

Struggles with addiction and substance abuse can often be accompanied by guilt and shame, and this guilt and shame are typically triggers for continued use/relapse. Use of a strengths-based approach to treating substance abuse can tap an individual's own strengths to gain insight and to increase coping skills. Motivational Interviewing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Interpersonal Therapy can also prove useful to address unmet needs, feeling "stuck" and challenging irrational thoughts that lead to continued use.

Marylee Nambu, M.A., LMFT
Addiction Counselor

Marylee Nambu, M.A., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

150 E Meda Ave., Glendora, California 91741 | 6264296550

Often, when addiction becomes an issue which impairs an individual's ability to live life fully, the substance abuse is only the symptom and there is a co-occurring disorder present. Perhaps some past pain or trauma has been left unresolved. When working with the newly sober client, I first take time to cultivate a collaborative and safe relationship in which we may begin to explore ways to manage the triggers which may cause relapse. Once this is managed, we may gently and respectfully begin to explore the deeper issues which drive the triggers. Collaboratively, we will work to resolve these issues such that, triggers either become powerless or non-existent.

Patricia Emerson, Ph.D., LMFT
Addiction Counselor

Patricia Emerson, Ph.D., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, #37970

Sierra Business Park 190 Sierra Court, Unit C-4, Palmdale, California 93550 | 661-703-3342

If you suspect that you or a loved one are addicted to any substance like alcohol, drugs, gambling or sex, your suspicions can raise some frightening, confusing thoughts or questions. What should I do? What can I do? Here I can answer your questions in privacy and confidence. What is addiction? Who is addicted? What can be done? Having knowledge gives you power rather than powerlessness with this disease. I can help you create a plan for sobriety and sanity. Call now 661-703-3342.

Thomas Luttrell, PhD
Addiction Counselor

Thomas Luttrell, PhD

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist Intern (AMFT)

1881 Commercenter East, Suite 232, San Bernardino, California 92408 | (909) 907-2256

Addictions make us feel good, filling unmet needs in our lives, and have destructive ends if not controlled. While you were just having fun, it becomes an attachment, or even a secret affair. When relationships get difficult, we know where to go to escape the pain, thus getting stuck. Why family therapy? The cycle of addiction almost always intertwines with relationship patterns that I've helped successfuly resolve through increasing emotional awareness and intimacy. Ask me about our multi-family support group for families with recovering members (free as of Nov. 2011). I'm supervised by Dr. Ian Chand, LMFT (MFC 21263) of CARE Counselors.

Kelly Duggan Shearer, MA., LMFT
Addiction Counselor

Kelly Duggan Shearer, MA., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Glendora, California 91740 | 626 841 9165

No one likes pain. No one likes to feel alone, or stressed, or scared. Wouldn't it make sense to do what it takes to give ourselves relief from our despair? Turning to drugs, alcohol, food, spending, tv...you name it, can be our best way to get relief from our pain. And it works...momentarily. Unfortunately, it can become much bigger than we planned. Sometimes, it can hurt those we love and get in the way of living the life we want. Finding out what is underneath that pain, and helping it to be soothed without our addiction can be hard...but it can set us free. If you are ready to reclaim your joy, begin with this first courageous step of reaching out for help.

John Warrington, Ph.D.
Addiction Counselor

John Warrington, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

931 Buena Vista St. Suite 307, Duarte, California 91010 | 626-548-6122

Addiction can ruin lives. Whether it is a substance (like alcohol of drugs) or a behavior (like eating or gambling) it stimulates that part of or brain that is the reward center and makes us feel pleasure. Humans, not surprisingly, like all animals, seek pleasure and avoid pain. We can get addicted to such a degree that we lose sight of the important things in our lives; our family, friend, job etc. Anything and everything can get side-lined by our addiction. Breaking free can be hard, it can involve many attempts and yet the rewards are enormous. I don't have the magic bullet but I can walk alongside you and help you on the path to recovery and sobriety.

Lauren Stevenson, Psy.D.
Addiction Counselor

Lauren Stevenson, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Arcadia, California 91006 |

I strongly believe that the first step in overcoming an addiction is to feel supported in a safe and comforting therapeutic environment. Without trust, it is nearly impossible to address the issues, including shame, that so often accompany substance abuse. My approach is to help my clients learn to identify the thoughts and beliefs (often negative thoughts about themselves and their lives) that lead them to turn to drugs or alcohol. Treatment helps the client unlearn old patterns of behavior and to learn new ways of coping with situations and thoughts that may have led them to use substances in the past.

Curtis Miller, MFT, Psy.D., D. Min., M.A., M.Div.
Addiction Counselor

Curtis Miller, MFT, Psy.D., D. Min., M.A., M.Div.

Marriage and Family Therapists, Psychotherapy

150 W Sierra Madre Blvd, Sierra Madre, California 91024 | 626-802-5493

We become addicted to certain behaviors when painful feelings about ourself cannot be recognized or expressed, and therefore unprocessed. Caught in these unrecognized feelings that never get understood, behaviors of accommodation take hold and keep us trapped. Therapy is a process of recognizing these emotional patterns leading to a personal empowerment to speak what one really desires and needs. This process breaks the addictive patterns.

Mark Baker, Ph.D.
Addiction Counselor

Mark Baker, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

650 Sierra Madre Villa, Suite 110, Pasadena, California 91107 | 626-351-9616 x107

There are many forms of addiction: Alcoholism & Chemical Dependency, Sexual Addictions, and Gambling are just a few. We believe there are root problems to every addiction that you can get to. Even if you don't consider yourself an "addict" you may have a problem in one of these areas. That can still be a very difficult thing to manage in your life on your own. We help people come to grips with addictions and problem behaviors that can get worse if left unaddressed. If you are struggling in this area don't try to go it alone. We can help.


92371 is a zip code located in San Bernardino County and part of Phelan, California. It has a land area of 139.721 square miles.  The population of 92371 is 16,763 people.