Top addiction therapists in 22430: Brooke, VA.

Real help for hurts and habits in 22430, 22430: Brooke, VA. Internet, substance abuse, gambling, co-dependency, sex and pornography addictions.


Addiction Counselor

Athena Staik, Ph.D., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

12866 Harbor Drive, Woodbridge, Virginia

Addiction patterns are repetitive behaviors or habits that are viewed as harmful and that we want to stop (or loved ones ask us to stop)—yet cannot. The primary goals of treatment are to help persons acknowledge and accept own addiction patterns as problematic, recognize the high costs and consequences, and accept complete responsibility for restoring key relationships harmed by the problem behaviors. Another key goal is the development of honesty and authentic relations, with self and others, as a means of restoring balance and harmony, and increasing understanding and knowledge of self. To do so, the process involves building awareness, practicing presence, self-acceptance and self-love.

Addiction Counselor

Robyn Brickel, M.A., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

300 North Washington Street; # 305, Alexandria, Virginia

One of Robyn's areas of specialty is working with people with a history of trauma, both large and small. Trauma can result from many causes, including abandonment, experiences of violence, witnessed or perceived violence, chronic neglect, and emotional, physical, or sexual abuse. Individuals who have experienced trauma may experience feeling anxious, panicky, or depressed, or develop relationship problems and alcohol and/or substance use problems. Robyn treats co-occurring disorders, as well as underlying causes. In treating trauma, Robyn emphasizes safety and boundaries and works at a pace that suits the client's needs. She believes in the fundamental importance of the mind-body connection in h....

Addiction Counselor

Marianne Clyde, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

20 Ashby Street, Warrenton, Virginia

Addictive behaviors are not about the chosen substance or behavior, they are related to underlying feelings of self worth, belonging, and perhaps physical, emotional or sexual abuse that lead to compensating behaviors that play out in a damaging, often life-threatening ways. I help clients find the source of the unhealthy beliefs and change them. Simply dealing with abstinence from a substance or behavior does not heal the wound underneath; finding and healing that is the most effective way to bring lasting change.

Addiction Counselor

Michelle Kelley, LCSW

Licensed Counselor

92 Main St., Suite 202-2, Warrenton, Virginia

If you or a loved one is struggling with an addiction then you know the chaos, confusion and pain it causes EVERYONE. Addiction is all too common these days. Denial is often a sign of a problem. If more than one person has come to you and expressed concern about a possible addiction, please reach out for help. Help exists in all different forms. Don't keep yourself isolated and don't stay in denial. Find a professional you like and can trust. The first step is often the hardest. Common addictions are alcohol, weed, heroin, food, exercise and even love. LOVE ADDICTION is real and you will need help in recovering from a love addiction.

Addiction Counselor

John Raymond, MA, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

129 Park St. NE Suite C., Vienna, Virginia

Many men are addicted to pornography. They can spend hours a day viewing imagines on computers. They may also have affairs that are causing havoc in their lives. I have worked with Everymans Battle workshops as a group counselor. I also facilitate several men's groups where men meet and help each other grow in their understanding of who God says the are. The start of the journey to healing starts with a call to someone. You don't have to be bound by this affliction-contact someone-reach out for help..

Addiction Counselor

Christina Schultz, MA

Resident in Counseling, Supervised by Thomas Lamp, LPC

New Directions Counseling, 150 S. Washington St Suite 303, Falls Church, VA, Falls Church, Virginia

For clients facing Process Addictions, I approach clients from person-centered, existential, and cognitive behavioral therapy perspectives. I view process addictions as having their origins in multiple areas to include behavioral addiction, emotional triggers, low self-concept, shame, and low stress tolerance. I will work with you on the physical, cognitive, emotional, and spiritual fronts and educate you on the cycle of addiction and shame. In addition to working through the underlying shame, unfinished business, unfinished grief, low self-concept, and low stress tolerance, I would support you to employ CBT tools and developing more life purpose and resilience to prevent relapse.

Addiction Counselor

Linda Ritchie, Ph.D.

Licensed Professional Counselor/Marriage & Family Therapist

3801 N Fairfax Drive Suite 61, Arlington, Virginia

Many people attempt to avoid painful issues by taking pills, powders, or liquids and then waiting for the desired effect - an alteration of their consciousness. There are more positive ways to alter consciousness without turning to alcohol, drugs, food, gambling, sex, television, work, or any other activity that when used to excess, has a destructive impact on your life. Learning to change your mood by healthier more active methods involves some effort and motivation on your part but recovery from addiction is possible. We have experienced substance abuse professionals to help you make the changes you want to make

Addiction Counselor

Philip Kolba, MA

Psychotherapist

Washington, District of Columbia

Addiction is a mental health condition and I treat addiction by a multi-pronged process predominately from a Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) model. I help my clients understand the reasons they use a substance or engage in an addictive behavior, teach them skills regulate their emotions and tolerance distress that might otherwise lead them to engage in their addiction, and address any underlying issues that contribute to their addiction. I also help clients with with concerns about their substance use or compulsive behavior to avoid developing addictions.


22430 is a zip code located in Stafford County and part of Brooke, Virginia.