Top addiction therapists in 76704: Waco, TX.

Real help for hurts and habits in 76704, 76704: Waco, TX. Internet, substance abuse, gambling, co-dependency, sex and pornography addictions.


Wesley M. Eades, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT
Addiction Counselor

Wesley M. Eades, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT

Licensed Professional Counselor & Pastoral Psychotherapist

900 Austin Avenue, Suite 803, Waco, Texas 76701 | 254-498-7176

I am not an addiction "expert," but see addiction as a response to anxiety and/or depression. I believe that the issue of addiction is, to a large degree, a spiritual issue in that people turn towards addiction when life feels overwhelming or unbearable. I strongly encourage my clients to seek medical assessment when warranted. I also encourage my clients to participate in the various 12 step type groups who have a record of great success in helping people overcome addictive, self-destructive choices.

David Fitzpatrick, LCSW
Addiction Counselor

David Fitzpatrick, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

6600 Sanger Ave., Suite 30, Waco, Texas 76710 | 254-722-6247

I offer counseling for various addictive behaviors. Addictions may include alcohol, drugs, nicotine, pornography, gambling, eating, shopping, hoarding, or relationships (co-dependency. I help clients gain insight into possible causes of their addictive behaviors. Then, a major focus becomes replacing those behaviors with a more positive, healthy lifesyle. I recommend that the client develop a positive support system of people or groups that can enhance their recovery, such as a person abusing alcohol to maintain regular, involved participation in AA. Someone with a porn addiction may first need to put a filter on the computer, and also have a trusted person to be accountable to.

Cedar Crest Hospital, RTC
Addiction Counselor

Cedar Crest Hospital, RTC

Ceder Crest Hospital

3500 S. IH-35, Belton, Texas 76513 | 877-912-8274

If you've been addicted to alcohol or substances for a while, the chances are that you’re fully aware of the problems addiction has caused in your life. Maybe a spouse left you, you may not be able to see your children, and you might be resorting to things you’d never considered to feed your addiction. You know you want out, and that you want to reclaim the parts of your life addiction has taken away from you, but you may be ashamed to ask for help. While addiction is a chronic, debilitating condition, with the right types of treatments and therapies, you can learn the skills you need to beat the addiction and continue a life filled with happiness, sobriety, and freedom.


76704 is a zip code located in McLennan County and part of Waco, Texas. It has a land area of 5.174 square miles.  The population of 76704 is 8,007 people.