While you have probably been able to handle much of life on your own, if you are like most people, you probably could use some help now and then. Sometimes you cannot talk to family and friends, or worse, they are part of the problem! If you are strong enough to have come as far in life as you have then you are probably mature and insightful enough to know when you can handle a situation alone and when you need help. Counseling is one of the ways you can give yourself that support by learning new ways to identify triggers and move past negative patterns. Some of the patterns we work with include:
At the end of therapy, many individuals experience personal growth, renewed confidence and additional tools for their sobriety. New skills are obtained that help people avoid or end abusive relationships, relate better to family, friends and co-workers, and find new ways of maintaining positive, healthy relationships.