Addiction to drugs, drinking, sex, gambling, or other substances can lead to long-lasting changes in the brain that impair thoughts, impulse control, and other behaviors. Over time, those with an addiction typically need more of their desired substance to experience the intense pleasure (or high) they crave, which can increase the severity of addiction.
Oftentimes, codependency issues develop among those with an addiction and their loved ones. Family members may ignore their own wellbeing or even develop self-destructive and impulsive behaviors themselves. Harming loved ones can lead to additional guilt and shame, making it even harder to overcome addiction even when you’re truly ready to quit.
I believe in an integrative approach to treatment that combines the mind, body, and spirit–essentially, looking at the entire picture with clearer vision. I’ll work with you and your family one-on-one to address shame, guilt, and co-dependency issues that prevent you from reaching recovery, so you can:
- Understand negative behavioral and emotional patterns
- Work through addiction
- Develop positive habits
- Let go of shame, guilt, and suffering
- Treat yourself with love and compassion
- Build a healthier and stronger life
It’s time to feel so good about yourself that you no longer need to rely on substances. Take the first step toward overcoming addiction–book your free consultation now.