There are cases where weekly talk therapy sessions aren’t enough. Not all therapists are trained to recognize when extra help is necessary, nor do all therapists have the experience to give that extra help.
Watching someone you love struggle with a serious and dangerous addiction can feel suffocating. The weight of guilt, sorrow, and “if only” can be staggering.
Even when you find help, it doesn’t always work. No one can explain why. No one knows what else to do.
You’re out of options. Out of hope.
Yes, therapy works well for many people. But sometimes, the problem is bigger than individual coping skills, bigger than your love.
What do you do when weekly talk therapy sessions aren’t enough? What can you do?
Sometimes, you need more than talk.
Sometimes, you need a team to support you and an experienced guide to coordinate levels of care.
That’s what makes me and my approach unique; I help people make huge gains and improvements in their lives by coordinating care across multiple disciplines and even multiple facilities.
Not all therapists are trained to recognize when extra help is necessary, nor do all therapists have the experience to give that extra help.
I have the experience to recognize when a client of mine needs more than the “same ole, same ole”. I have clinical experience with the intertwining of mental health and substance abuse issues and I work to understand the distinctions and complexities of each unique situation – and how I can help my client (and their family) make actual progress based on real, tangible goals.
Helping families navigate overwhelming, complex situations is a lifestyle I’ve dedicated myself to. I’ve seen the impact I can make on entire families.
How can I help you?
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