Top addiction therapists in 60145: Kingston, IL.

Real help for hurts and habits in 60145, 60145: Kingston, IL. Internet, substance abuse, gambling, co-dependency, sex and pornography addictions.


Addiction Counselor

Margo Milano, LCPC, NCC, CFLE, EAP-S

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, Certified Family Life Educator

Addiction is more than a behavioral problem. Dysfunctional brain circuitry changes are associated with the disease of addiction, impacting all realms of life: physical, psychological, emotional, and social. In addition to medical care, counseling is critical for recovery, relapse prevention, and re-creation of personal balance. Counseling will assist in addressing the psychological and social factors associated with relapse. Recovery and balance must integrate effectively adapting to typical life stress, environmental or situational triggers, and social networks. Counseling can help with other problems that contribute to addiction such as family, work, depression, or grief.

Addiction Counselor

Debra K. Hirschberg, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

12N393 Waughon, Hampshire, Illinois

Even after sobriety, there are many confusing challenges that exist for individuals and families in recovery. With my experience of working in the field of addictions, I understand the process of recovery and how it affects family members. With my background in addictions treatment from both the prevention and treatment side of things I can sensitively walk along side you and your family as you embark on this new journey of wholeness and freedom

Addiction Counselor

Dr. Jessica Norman, PhD, LCPC

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501 6th Ave, Rochelle, Illinois

Release the chains of addiction that bind you! With counseling, we can help you find motivation in quitting your addiction, maintain sobriety and create new ways to enjoy life again. We treat all kinds of addictions: Alcohol, opiates (Oxycontin, vicodin, heroin, etc), gambling, internet sex, shopping and food. Not all additions require absolute abstinence. In the cases of non-opiate addictions, harm reduction therapy is our go to. Whereas Alcoholics Anonymous has ONLY 2% success rate, Harm Reduction Therapy takes a different approach - it recognizes that life time absence is impossible for 98% of people. Instead of banning everything, we reduce the harm done by those substances!

Addiction Counselor

Rebecca Esser, MA, NBCC, LPC.

Clinical Therapist

501 6th Ave. Suite 8, Rochelle, Illinois

Do the chains of addiction leave you feeling lonely and depressed? If so - there's a reason - and there's hope. Addiction is a disease in the brain, and it can happen to anyone. I work with clients to understand and change the disease of addiction. Clients will learn to identify their underlying issues, emotions, and triggers through harm reduction and motivational counseling. You'll develop new coping skills , learn the art of mindfulness and develop alternative ways of handling their thoughts, feelings and emotions, without slipping back into addiction.

Addiction Counselor

Pete Marcelo, LCSW, PhD

Clinical & School Psychologist / Clinical & School Social Worker

41W 444 Powers Road, Huntley, Illinois

Often people become addicted to drugs, alcohol, gambling, the internet, spending and/or sex to help them feel better or cope with life. These people sometimes do not recognize that they are trying to escape or "self-medicate" from their difficulties or their addiction is a symptom of depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, or ADHD for example. The first steps to successful treatment is admitting that you have an addiction problem and that you need help. It is not uncommon for me to see people who enter into therapy at the request of a loved one. Family or couples therapy may also be necessary to break the cycle of co-dependency.

Addiction Counselor

Thomas Heroldt, MA, LCPC, CADC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

333 N. Randall Road, Suite 20, St. Charles, Illinois

Addiction to any substance or behavior can have hugh consequences. Admitting that ones life is out of control is the first step to a successful recovery from any addiction. Learning new coping skills like mindfulness, emotional regulation, interpersonal effectiveness and distress tolerance will equip the client with life long skills that will allow them to live a more fulfilled life. Many times addicts are not running toward something they are running from something. Uncovering what that is might be another key to a solid recovery.

Addiction Counselor

Dan Blair, LMFT, LCPC, NCPC

Marriage Counselor

600 Dakota St., Crystal Lake, Illinois

Addictions are hard to accept. Is it a problem? Is it manageable? Hard questions and hard answers. I encourage you to not face it alone. Ultimately, an addiction has to be replaced by relationship, a connection to something bigger and better. If a substance (or a behavior) is starting to take more than it gives, options for recovery are not as scary as you might think.

Addiction Counselor

Michael Sherry, EdD, IABMCP

Clinical Psychologist

2615 Three Oaks Rd, #2A, Cary, Illinois

Signs of Addiction: Consuming a mind-altering substance that results in impairment in mental or physical functioning. Over-consumption of alcohol or non-prescribed drugs often results in relationship, occupational, educational, mood-related or legal problems TREATMENT: Abstinence training, drinking-management therapy, in-patient or out-patient therapy, 12 Step-oriented counseling. BENEFITS of treatment: Enhanced concentration, reduced moodiness, disappearing agitation and anger, vastly improved personal and work relationships, skyrocketing feeling of well-being and dramatic improvement in personal, academic and occupational performance.

Addiction Counselor

Kuhn Counseling Center, LPC, LCPC, PhD

Therapists of Kuhn Counseling Center, P.C.

20 N. Lincoln St., Batavia, Illinois

Lauren Cockrell, one of our therapist is a licensed CADC and has actively helped clients identify their addictions, evaluate underlying causes that feed into the urges to use, and work with the client to make positive changes in their life. She will also help to encourage clients on the path to sobriety and be there to support clients if they relapse.

Addiction Counselor

Angela Rene Brown, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Route 47 & W Fox Rd., Yorkville, Illinois

Are you suffering from a loved one's addiction to alcohol or drugs? Addictions are "cunning, baffling and powerful". It is possible to experience joy and have a sense of inner peace, even when a loved one has an addiction. The only person we really have control over is our self. You can learn how to relate with your loved one in a healthy way , how to take care of yourself so your own needs can be met and how to help the other family members cope.


60145 is a zip code located in DeKalb County and part of Kingston, Illinois. It has a land area of 35.845 square miles.  The population of 60145 is 2,627 people.