Get help managing your addiction.
If you suffer from a drug, alcohol, or another type of addiction, you know exactly how powerful and devastating addiction can be. Even if you believe you’re managing the addiction on your own, in many cases, the addiction may actually be managing you. Addiction counseling can help you figure out why you might be using and work toward finding ways to create a more fulfilling life.
I am an addiction counselor in North Carolina who can support you during treatment and then create an individual plan for recovery, relapse prevention, and aftercare. During each addiction counseling session, we’ll explore your history, triggers, and how your addiction might be serving you. As I get to know you, we will find ways to replace unhealthy behaviors with healthier ones. I’ll also help you identify any potential triggers and create a long-term, person-centered plan that will focus on your goals regarding future use.
I know taking that first step and booking an addiction counseling session can be intimidating. But as your counselor, I’m here to collaborate with you and make you feel comfortable. I believe counseling is for everyone, so no matter where you are in your addiction journey, I’m here to earn your trust and help you move forward.
Not only am I a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, but I’m also a Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialist. For me, addiction counseling should be person-centered, and I look forward to getting to know you better. Contact me at ASCH Counseling and Development, PLLC to set up your first appointment or to learn more about me.
Common Questions About Addiction Counseling
An addiction of any type can leave you feeling powerless and discouraged about the future. If this sounds familiar, I recommend coming to me for addiction counseling. Here are a few common questions I have answered about my addiction counseling services.
How can addiction counseling help me?
The main goal of addiction counseling is to help you overcome your addiction. This can take time, so counseling can teach you strategies and skills for moving forward, avoiding triggers, and realizing that there is hope ahead.
What happens during addiction counseling sessions?
Can you work with me and my loved ones?
What qualifications do you have?
How do I schedule a counseling session?
At ASCH Counseling and Development, PLLC, I offer addiction counseling for people from throughout North Carolina, including Raleigh, Garner, Cary, Apex, Clayton, Holly Springs, Wake Forest, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Smithfield, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Dunn, Sanford, Henderson, and Wilson.