Top addiction therapists in 92544: Hemet, CA.

Real help for hurts and habits in 92544, 92544: Hemet, CA. Internet, substance abuse, gambling, co-dependency, sex and pornography addictions.


Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
Addiction Counselor

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Temecula, California 92592 | 1-877-606-6161

While most treatment approaches to addiction include 12 step programs, rehabs, and now sober living houses, Grey Matters International, Inc. provides a wildly successful alternative to traditional models of addiction treatment----that keeps the brain in mind. That is, talking to the conscious brain while the primal brain is deciding things even before you are consciously aware? Well, that is the problem to solve in addiction. We have the solution utilizing a new cutting edge neuroscience-centered brain rebalancing system. Contact kevin@kevinflemingphd.com or call 877-606-6161.

Gerald (Jerry) Kamp, M.S. L.M.F.T.
Addiction Counselor

Gerald (Jerry) Kamp, M.S. L.M.F.T.

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

41689 Enterprise Circle North (Suite 116), Temecula, California 92590 | (951)301-3514

In my close to 30 years of Counseling, the majority of that time has dealt directly with some type of addiction, obsession, or some type of compulsive / impulsive substitution addiction. For years I've worked in In-patient, Out-Patient, Aftercare and Co- occurring C. D. and Alcohol Programs. I've done C.D. Assessments for the courts and a whole lot of individual C. D. counseling therapy. I've led 12 Step type groups and am well acquainted with A.A. and C.R. type groups and programs. From all of my experience I have developed expertise and ways to help people find and maintain freedom from addictions, Co-dependency, A.C.A. as well as their psychological issues.

John Kane, AMFT, APCC
Addiction Counselor

John Kane, AMFT, APCC

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

Moreno Valley, California 92557 |

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 Kreedman, Ph.D, LCSW
Addiction Counselor

Barbara Kreedman, Ph.D, LCSW

Licensed Psychotherapist

73-725 El Paseo, Suite 23-D, Palm Desert, California 92260 | 760-340-1114

I work very well with drug and alcohol addicted individuals. I am in favor of inpatient only to stablize the individual so that they are better able to be receptive to treatment. The more an individual is "medicated" the less the treatment is successful. People act our their hurt and addiction is one avenue that offers an immediate "numbness" to their internal pain. Understanding what they choose to not address is key to their ongoing recovery. They need to stay sober and gain better control over the unresolved "past issues" that create the need for escape. Gaining control over the hurt and helplessness of the past, as well as valuing the self creates a remarkable recovery.

Clint Newell, MA, LPCC
Addiction Counselor

Clint Newell, MA, LPCC

Licensed Therapist

72925 Fred Waring Dr., #201, Palm Desert, California 92260 | (760) 609-0808

I work with people in all stages of recovery from drugs, alcohol as well as sex addiction. It is common for many people to turn to drugs and/or alcohol as a way to cope with difficult life problems. However, using drugs and alcohol is only a temporary solution to dealing with problems. In the long run, substances usually make problems worse. For some people, substance abuse may even progress into addiction, which leaves people in a relentless cycle of using despite negative consequences. If you find yourself using drugs, alcohol or sex despite the consequences, then make an appointment today.

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.

The Center for Change, M.S., M.A., LMFT
Addiction Counselor

The Center for Change, M.S., M.A., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

400 S. Melrose Drive, Ste. 103, Vista, California 92081 | 760 806-4350

You cannot begin the work of releasing an addiction until you can acknowledge that you are addicted. Recognition of your own addictions requires inner work. It requires that you look clearly at the places where you lose power in your life, where you feel controlled by external circumstances. It requires going through your defenses. This approach applies to all addictions. In order to release your addiciion, it is necessary to enter your inadequacies, to recognize that they are real, an to bring them into the light of consciousness to heal. I will help you through this process so that you can find true happiness and fullfillment in your life.


92544 is a zip code located in Riverside County and part of Hemet, California. It has a land area of 135.731 square miles.  The population of 92544 is 44,734 people.