Drug Counseling

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Your drug use may have started out as a social activity or even as a treatment for a health issue. However your use of the drug may have escalated. Furthermore, it  may affect your ability to manage your day-to-day responsibilities. If this is the case, it is possible that you now have a problem. Fortunately, the compassionate team at Creative Care specializes in substance use disorders and offers drug counseling to help you recover and get your life back. To learn more, call us today.

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Many people struggling with substance use have one particular thing in common. Specifically, when they try to cut back on drug use or even quit outright, they start to feel withdrawal symptoms kick in. These make life miserable. Furthermore, it often leads to people believing that they’re weak or a lost cause. In reality, what these folks need is an outside perspective and a guiding hand. In other words, they would benefit greatly from an expert team offering a comprehensive drug counseling plan.

To start with, a comprehensive drug counseling plan will include individual and group counseling sessions utilizing a number of different methods. This depends on what is proving to be most effective for the client. For example, some clients have a better response to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), informed cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). On the other hand, others with more specific outstanding issues may benefit from attachment-based psychotherapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, or psychodynamic therapy. Comparatively, those with difficult histories will explore trauma therapy and EMDR. Of course, every client who comes through the door undergoes comprehensive psychological and diagnostic testing. Further modalities may include:

  • Couples therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Mindfulness interventions
  • Meditation
  • Activities groups

We personalize drug counseling at Creative Care and base it on individual needs. The dedicated care providers, including a consulting psychiatrist, psychotherapists, registered nurses, counselors, and other highly trained professionals, work as a team to create the ideal recovery plan. To learn more, call us today at 855-954-0762.